Dear TeeKay, Thanks for sharing . Each piece of info is helpful. I am still trying to piece together who belongs together and who belongs to who to determine parents and grandparents of my gr-gr-gr-grandfather Dr. John Washington Strong Brigman supposedly born 5-14-1813 in SC d. 3-9-1896. Buried Pleasant Grove Bapt. Ch., Richmond Co., NC. The dates are from tombstone inscription. The place of birth 1850 Marlboro SC census. I'll add the info you have passed on and see if it helps to connect any other clues or unconnected links that I have already. Part of what I am doing now is using some process of elimination to narrow down the possibles.Any additional info on Issac and his children is appreciated as this is the line I have been examining in hopes of discovering a connection.JWS Brigman's oldest son was named William. In that family burial plot there is, along with immediate family members of JWSB, an infant son of L. B. amd Teress Brigman ( J.C. Brigman b. 5-1887 d.1898 ) . I am trying to determine exactly who L.B. would be in order to perhaps connect JWSB to a brother , nephew, or grandson as the L.B. does not seem to be any of his sons. Any reference to L.B. in your research ?