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The Digman family of West Virginia : a personal glimpse

by Newton Lyon Poling and Virginia Smith Poling
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English
Mount Airy, Maryland : ElderSong Publications, c1997
vii, 241 p. : ill., maps, ports.
1879633329

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Includes index.

Corrections tipped in.

Charles Digman, son of William and Nancy (Anna) Dickmann, was born in 1780 in Maryland. He married Elizabeth Keller, daughter of George and Martha Keller, on 4 Nov 1806 in Monongalia County, Virginia. She was born about 1787 in Monongalia County, Virginia. They had thirteen children. Charles died 10 July 1855 in Barbour County, Virginia, and Elizabeth died 17 June 1857, also in Barbour County. Their descendants have lived in Virginia, West Virginia, Nebraska, Iowa, Wyoming, Ohio, and other areas throughout the United States.

Includes information on the Digman, Bennett, Coonts, Cross, Gainer, Hill, Holsberry, Lutz, Poling, Ramsey, Stalnaker, and other related families.

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