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Leonard B. Briggs and Mary Allen of Richmond NY

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Leonard B. Briggs of Richmond NY circa 1875.

Courtesy of Ann Briggs Brown.

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Mary Allen Briggs of Richmond NY circa 1855.

Courtesy of Ann Briggs Brown.

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Leonard B. Briggs of Richmond NY circa 1840.

Courtesy of Ann Briggs Brown.

The Family of Leonard B. Briggs and Mary Allen Briggs

 

 

 

birth place

death place

Leonard B. Briggs

husband

2 October 1817 - 11 July 1891

Richmond NY

Richmond NY

Mary Allen Briggs

wife

1 November 1821 - 19 November 1860

Unknown place

Richmond NY

 

marriage

Unknown date

 

 

Richmond L. Briggs

son

1843 - 1912

Richmond NY

Richmond NY

Lucy E. Briggs

daughter

1845 - 1919

Richmond NY

Richmond NY

Ira Thomas Briggs

son

1849 - 1893

Richmond NY

Richmond NY

Lurena Briggs

daughter

3 November 1854 - November 1945

Richmond NY

Springwater NY

Clara Briggs

daughter

1855 - 4 July 1894

Richmond NY

Livonia NY

 

 

 

 

The Parents of Leonard B. Briggs

Thomas Briggs and Mary Garlinghouse Briggs

The Parents of Mary Allen Briggs

Ira Allen I and Lucy Chubbuck Allen

Briggs Family Tree

Garlinghouse Family Tree

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Allen Family Tree

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Chubbuck Family Tree

The Obituary of Leonard B. Briggs

2 October 1817 - 11 July 1891

From the Livonia Gazette, 17 July 1891.

On Saturday, the 11th inst., the town of Richmond lost one of her oldest and most respected citizens in the person of Leonard B. Briggs.

Although his bereft relatives have been looking for his death for some weeks past, he was called away rather suddenly at the last.

Mr. Briggs was too well known in this vicinity to need any comments concerning his past career, either as a parent, neighbor or citizen. Of late he had been a great sufferer, but had borne all with Christian fortitude.

He leaves one brother, Mr. B. T. Briggs; two sons - R. L. and Ira T. Briggs, both of Richmond, and three daughters - Mrs. I. S. Purcell of Richmond, Mrs. George E. Withington of Springwater, and Mrs. Isaac Coykendall of Livonia, to mourn their deeply-felt loss.

The deceased was in his 73rd year, and had never known any other home than the one he was called from on Saturday to a land “where the wicked cease from troubling and the weary are at rest.”

The Obituary of Mary Allen Briggs

1 November 1821 - 19 November 1860

No obituary found.

The Burial of Leonard B. Briggs

Purcell Cemetery in Richmond NY

The Burial of Mary Allen Briggs

Purcell Cemetery in Richmond NY

Newspaper articles from FultonHistory.com

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