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Allen Park USA
Visited your website, and found it very interesting,
altho I don't believe my Biggs' are from the same family. Still a lot
of research to do. Thanks for a good job well done!
Visited your website - just starting to research
my husband's mother's family tree - their ancestors originated from
Portsmouth - we believe it was a James and Mary Biggs who went to the
Falkland Islands roundabout 1840-70.
St Catharines Canada
This is a
great site, if you get a chance please check out my Biggs site, it is
not much compared to yours but it has some interesting thing and you
can download info from it.
Great Job again Steve Fulton
You've done a wonderful job on the site, David!
What a wonderful fascinating website you
have put in such a lot of work
Wow a great site David!!!And I am on it!!
Kay Thomas Mahan
San Simon USA
My grandfather was John Milton Biggs buried in
Douglas, Arizona married to Nancy Poage I wondered if you knew of any
of the Biggs from Arizona? Thanks, Kay Mahan
Arlene Terry Bower
Your site is wonderful. As
you can see my maiden name is TERRY. I desc from Thos.#1 of Southold
LI, NY who mar. Marie Bigg d/o John and Sibella Biggof Maidenstone,
Kent. This info from his will pg 22 in Genealogical Gleanings in Eng.
by Henry F. Waters, A. M. - Vol II, Gene. Pub. Co. 1969 Will dated
8/17/1640 Do you have anything on this one?
Regards, Arlene Terry Bower
Thank you for
providing a most interesting link with the Greens and your family.
I enjoyed your site. Many thanks for
I don't think I am descended from the same Biggs, but I have only just
started looking into my Biggs history. I am interested to hear from
anyone linked to the Biggs in Gloucestershire. My Grandfather was
Richard George Biggs (1885-1951) born & died in Wales.
His father was Richard Ambrey Biggs born Bisley, Gloucester and worked
on the Railways (1848-1918)(have birth certificate).
His Father was Richard Biggs (Butcher in 1847 in Avening - Policeman in
1848) (have marriage certificate)
His Father in turn was also Richard Biggs and was a Farmer.
Many thanks for your link. I keep my family tree on
mar e biggs
this is great keep up the good work do you have
the biggs coat of arms?
Centerline United States of America
I found this site while looking for my Green
ancestors. Looks like my third great grandfather William Green (son of
Richard and Mary) is siblings with Elizabeth Green Biggs (1799-1899). I
am very excited, I would love to hear from other ancestors!
Richard Kenworthy William Biggs
I Hated history at school but it's much more
interesting when its your own. Great stuff. Will e-mail missing details
from my family.
Wasa Lake Canada
Great Site David!
We are descendants of Samuel Biggs/Ann Sweezy Elizabeth Biggs b1834 m
to John Mathews b1824. We went to Pembroke this past summer and found a
lot of information there.
Dennis Geoffery Biggs
Great Site though im not sure if my familly shares
My mother was Joan Biggs and was a descendant of Abraham and Eliza
Biggs who arrived in Australia in 1832. I got your
website from my nephew Greg Wright who I believe you have
already been in contact with. My sister and I spent hours
in the Tasmanian archives researching this side of our family as we had
not known anything about them as our mother was taken by her mother to
New Zealand as a small
child and lost touch with all her fathers side of the family
and the only stories we heard were all wrong about our ancestors. Greg
is doing a marvelous job of tracking down
all manner of information and it is proving very interesting
including all the long lost relatives we have. I don't know how many
times we are removed but greetings cousin.
Randall E. Biggs
I live in Indiana USA. Grandparents were from KY, and Tenn.
Randall E. Biggs
I live in Indiana USA. Grandparents were from KY, and Tenn.
DAVID EDISON BIGGS
I don't know if there is a connection with your lineage. My Father was
a Biggs and My mother also. Both were from Alabama.
I am looking for Biggs in a village called Lidlington Bedfordshire if
anyone could help
David Evan Biggs
Son of Evan Bazil Biggs, Son of Jason Neil Biggs - Laurel Mississippi
Brian R Biggs
Andrew Lyndon Biggs
Just surfing and came across your page.
Any info on Walter Leek Biggs, born about 1898, and living in Scotland
County, North Carolina?
hello david.. shelley here!!! me and me dad finally checked out your
tree thingy and it was great, so we will be very pleased with our final
outcome!! dad says thankyou for doing all this hard work for us on the
tree, and he was only in ottowa 8weeks ago (at the airport anyway!!)
speak to you soon.....
Jon Philip Biggs
Live in ChCh nz but from London/SE England 7 years ago
Very nice website. I just found out that my 3xgt. grandfather, Richard
Batterson was the illegitimate son of Richard Green
and Mary Batterson, born 1811 in Langford, Bedfordshire.
Richard Green was the son of John Green.
Are these any connections to your Greens?
Best wishes, Jenny (Edinburgh, Scotland)
Sarah Ann Biggs, daughter of Jonathan Andrew and Susannah Cox Biggs, b:
1827 is paternal gg grandmother. Married Daniel Campbell Dove in
Lauderdale Co, MS abt 1850. Brother, George Tulley and Jaonathan Andrew
also bred and trained race horses in Sumter Ala area.
Hi I have managed to trace my Biggs ancestors back to Stevenage,
Hertfordshire, ENGLAND. Have gone back to Matthie Biggs born 1660. If
anyone has a connection to the Biggs of Stevenage, Hertfordshire,
ENGLAND, I would be grateful for any info.
Glenys from Australia
Christopher and Ginger Biggs
Family originally from England - my gg grandfather Thomas BIGGS born in
1859 in Odiham, Hampshire. Before that family from Surrey in particular
Have looked through your site it is very impressive I have only just
started to trace my family. My mothers maiden name is Biggs and I have
traced the line back to the 1840's to a John biggs who was a licenced
Victualler in Leicester. I have a long way to before it looks anything
like yours. Many thanks for putting on the web for all to see. If you
are still working on it and any information I have gained so far is of
any help please contact me, I would be glad to help
I just wanted to say hi and that this is really a neat website I had no
idea there were this many Biggs' everywhere. We have a rather large
family here in Dallas, Tx. We are very close and most of us are fairly
Large, Stout, and strong =) Write me back if you would like
Jay Alan Biggs
Cool site! I am related to the Biggs family of Moncton, New Brunswick
My great great grandmother was Mini Elizabeth Biggs. In fact there is a
small cemetry in the city that belongs to the Biggs family. I don't
know if there is any relation to guys?
Any way, cool site!
My grandfather was a Biggs, he was killed in WWII shortly after my
mother was born. I am interseted in my heratige
My grandfather was a Biggs, he was killed in WWII shortly after my
mother was born. I am interseted in my heratige. I do not know of any
Biggs relatives here in Alabama.
I would like to find out more about my family, where
they come from? Any information would be greatly aprreciated.My
G/father George Biggs, South African,
is still alive.
Joan Biggs Hollingsworth
Have you or any one reading this have run across my BIGGS
lineage? (1880 Illinois Cenus) Wm. Green BIGGS Self M Male W 43 IL
Butcher DE OH
Mary C. BIGGS Wife M Female W 32 VA VA VA
Frank E. BIGGS Son S Male W 15 IL Works In Slaughter
House IL VA
Lemual A. BIGGS Son S Male W 14 IL At Home IL VA
John M. BIGGS Son S Male W 12 IL At Home IL VA
Nancy I. BIGGS Dau S Female W 8 IL IL VA
Albert BIGGS Son S Male W 6 IL IL VA
Martha A. BIGGS Dau S Female W 4 IL IL VA
William E. BIGGS Son S Male W 2 MO IL VA
Oliver P. BIGGS Son S Male W 1M IL IL VA
My grandfather is Frank Earl Biggs
I am amazed to find the existance of 'biggsworld.com'. I am very proud
of my surname and my family. It is comforting to think that we are all
part of a bigger family. Be proud to be called Biggs.
I was checking out your site in hopes of locating my father Philip
He and my mother (Myrtle Ann)were married in the 1970's and after their
divorce, he relocated to Saskatchewan.
If anyone has any info to help me locate him, it would be greatly
appreciated. Hopefully I'm on the right site.
Marcie Anne Biggs
MCINTOSH AND FREE SEARCH SITES
If anyone would like to have some free search sites for births, deaths,
marriages in Scotland, Canada or Usa please write to me at
i will send them to you, all have been scanned
I am a descendant of William Biggs (the brother of Abraham who married
Eliza Biggs who came to Tasmania Australia in 1833). William remained
at the Bromham Mills in Bromham Bedfordshire England. His son Jesse
came to Australia in the mid 1850s eventually moving his family to
Tasmania (where I was born and lived for the first 16 years of my
life). I have traced the connection to New Zealand where I regularly
communicate with the 'cousins' there. One of the Biggs there put me in
touch with your great web site. That has been a real find for me in my
family history research and has saved me so much time and effort. I am
going to get in touch with the web site founder to advise them of my
branch. Thanks again for the great work.
Ralph Henry Biggs
Congratulations on your achivements.
Robyn Cross emailed your web site to me.
I am a great grandson of William Biggs who came to New Zealand from
Family emigrated from England in the 1950's to Rhodesia &
Nyasaland (now Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi)
In England family moved from the West Country (Somerset) to
Nottinghamshire in the 1930's.
My parents (Carole and Brian Biggs) are both Born in England, l have 2
older brothers. but l am a first generation malawian.
From Texas here, enjoyed the web-site. I was in South Africa recently
and met some Biggs'. My great aunt has traced us back to England, in
the 1700's. Nice to know there are so many of us out there! Nice web
FRANCESCA AMY WOOLGAR
Is this the family tree of my family the Woolgars if so please email me
luv FrancescaP.S i want to know more about this.
Karen Ann Biggs
came across this site as i share my name with someone else on this
site, my dad has done a family tree for our biggs family and it could
have some matches!
just to say the biggs iod the best name ever!
Mother alice cherry
Father george william/his brothers Harold and Lawrence,sister ethel
I was born in Sheffield England My father who was George Biggs son of
William and Rosanna I believe her second name was Mcavoy he had a
brother Lawrence who was a army man emigrated to Sssssouth Africa many
years ago anyone know any connections
Great web site, I have just published my own site (see url above)
tracing my own family back to Cublington Bucks in early 1700,s. Thats
not far from Beds, so perhaps the families are linked somewhere?? I'd
be interested in hearing from anyone who can help me fill in the many
gaps I have.
Great site very intresting as i'm looking at starting my family tree
very interesting, good luck and happy Xmas 2003 & Happy 2004
Diane Green Blevins
I come from the line of William Green who went to the US in 1845. His
son Clark Samuel Green was my great grandfather.
Fred M. Biggs II
Found your site while doing a search of my name, very informative site,
thanx, oh and if it helps, my father fred marvin biggs was born in
just looking and found your site. I have traced my family back to 1700
in england, but am looking for information on a Walter Biggs who came
to Australia in 1848,he is one of nine children of samuel &
mary Biggs,any help anyone.
Hi, Charlotte Woolgar is my Great Great Grandmother from New Zealand.
Great to see information that goes back such a long way!
David Paul Biggs
I live north of Houston,Texas in the good ole U.S.ofA.
I would love to learn more about my ancesters AND other Biggs'
that are interested in our Family Tree. I have traced my family
line back to John Biggs, born in 1606 in S. Hampton, Hampshire,
Can you help me or can I help you!
Thanks, David Paul Biggs
David Paul Biggs
Hi again. John's dad was named Richard. He married Sarah Burn around
1610, in England. John sailed to Virginia on the "Encrease" in 1647.
Settled in Lower Norfolk, Virginia, America.
I'm just getting started in genealogy --- in fact, i work for a
genealogy company (hence the new-found interest and access to tons of
records). Ran across the biggsworld url on genealogy.com and the "from
1500" part really caught my attention. I'm hoping to fill in some holes
that I can't seem to find answers for. Just looking for the names at
present; then I'll begin hunting down records to support name and event
assertions. Wish me luck!
Philip Sydney Green
Hi all that read this message,
I have been interested in our Green family roots and over the past 15
years gained a wide sellection of family facts, data, information,
As I am a decendent of Benjamin Green who left for Australia in the
1850's, I am happy to share this with any other member of the greater
I live with my family in Eltham, a suburb of Melbourne with my contact
details are via e-mail or mobile 0403-811-818.
Good luck and good health to all,
12th March 2004.
Just had a look at your site, but i dont think our family is on there,
We originally come from Victoria Australia My Fathers Name is Peter
Biggs and my mothers is Susan Biggs (gambling) his parents are Ronald
& Yvonne with their children being Robert Peter Brenda Sandra
Im just trying to find out any information i can on our family and were
we are from.
i would like it if i could talk to someone about the origins of my last
Lorna M. Visvader
I'm searching for information on Burrell Well Biggs (Nevin Township,
Vigo County, Indiana, w/daughter Mary Elisabeth Biggs who married Henry
Smith in Fayette County, Illinois, USA in June 1846. She would have
been born abt 1817. Henry & Elisabeth are possibly my
JO-ANN GEORGINA BIGGS
Sara Diane Biggs
Sara Diane Biggs
Hi. My family hails from around Olive Hill, Kentucky, USA. My
grandparents also lived in North Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee. My
grandfather helped build the nuclear power plant there in Oak Ridge.
His name was Lawrence Kelly Biggs, Sr. Any information anyone has would
Just saying hi and good website from a fellow Biggs.
Awesome stuff. I was so excited to finally find something that my help
me break my logjam. I'm stuck on a William Biggs born cir 1794 married
to Mary Polly Jenkins in North Carolina. They had the following kids:
(only most of these I'm sure of).
I suspect that William's dad was William as well, and that is
where I'm stuck. Any clues would go such a HUGE long ways.
By the way, my Biggs decendency goes like this (ends up in
William (1794 Yancey Co. NC) (+Mary Polly Jenkins)
Duncan Asbury (+Clarissa
John Ceehorn (middle name = Calhoon while in MT) (+Emma Boudinas - Last
name spelled a bunch of ways, including Bodinas, Bodinus, etc.)
John Henry (Born in Spokane WA) (+Mary Geneva Dixon [related to Joseph
M. Dixon, Gov. of Montana])
Henry Glenn (+Louise Marie Plouhar, married in Salmon ID)
Mary Elizabeth Hilburt McCrary
my GGG grandfather was Joseph Biggs, he had a daughter Sarah
and a son Benjamin (ben), my GG Grandfather. Ben was born in
Beckington, Somerset, England in 1821. He married Caroline Hill in 1841
in Dilton, Wiltshire.
They had daughters Elizabeth (died young), Matilda, Jane and
Mary and sons Edwin, Frank, Frederick, Sidney, Jude,Geoge,
Jesse and Joseph (my G Grandfather). Joseph married Kate Emma Thompson
in Portsea, Hampshire and
they had a daughter Violet Mabel and 2 sons Henry Joseph and
Sidney Benjamin, my Grandfather.
Joseph was in the merchant navy and died when the ship
Drmmond Castle sunk off Ushant, Frace.
My Grandfather and his siblings were all born in Portsea.
I am particularly looking for more information on Joseph
senior, especially his wife as this may enable me to link
him to Ben.
Any information is very welcome on any of the above or links
to them,and I will be pleased to share further info that I have.
All the best, Alison.
Graham M Biggs MBE
I have only just found "Biggsworld". Biggs seems to be a not so common
name. There are plenty of "Briggs'" but not so many Biggs.
A most interesting website. Thanks to all who spent so much time on it.
I can see me spending too much time viewing the details. Brest wishes
to all Biggs.
Proud to be a biggs. :)
T. Scott Biggs
The Annual Maryland Biggs Family reunion will be August 8th. Come one,
a very interesting site my grandfather was Walter Rufus Biggs and his
birth certificate states he was born in the sub district of Barrow, I
had thought this was short for Barrow in Furness but could it be Barrow
bedfordshire his parents were Thomas and Sarah Biggs I would be
interested in hearing from anyone with any information
Can you help please?
I am searching for a link in my family tree and have found your tree
during my search. The “Risby” branch of your tree starts with an Arthur
& Edith? What information do you have concerning these people?
Do you know if they are from the Ipswich, Suffolk area? If they are I
might have some more information that could link our trees.
I have (to be confirmed) a Charles & Lucy Risby – with sons
Alfred, Arthur and David. Alfred was my great grandfather. I believe
Arthur Abraham Risby, born in 1864, was his brother. Arthur married an
Emily Bullard in about 1898. I have no record of their children at this
time. Could this Arthur be the Arthur in your tree?
wad up K-9
I am looking for an english connection to a J Biggs perhaps a Colonel
in the Colonial forces (Canada) circa 179?
I lived in the house 82 St Margaret's Terrace, London SE18 7RN from
1977-1995. The house was owned by a 'Ruby' Blackler who died in 1977
aged 82. Her nephew Norman Blackler sold the house to my mother Manjit
Ahluwalia in 1977. My mother a widow was the first woman in Britain to
obtain a mortage! Norman Blackler came from Welling, Kent. It was a
private sale. The 1901 census reveals that 'Ruby' then aged 5 real name
was Lily Blackler and she appears in your biggsworld family tree.
Interestingly, her siblings were of the building trade. One Owen
Blackler was a Carpenter at the Arsenal House, Woolwich. Now the Royal
Arsenal is a luxury housing development. My sister Pearlita Seth is
selling the house on St Margaret's Terrace. The memories of the
Blackler's are in the walls. There is no 80. The next door house is no.
78. no. 82 is a corner plot with two houses end of terrace. No. 80 had
a huge a bill board on the outside of the building. They knocked down
the St Magaret's church opposite the house in 1975. The old vicarage
still exists thouse on Vicarage Lane.
My Maternal Grandmother was a "Blackler" i will get more details and
post her details to see if she was related to the Lily Blacker details
posted on the 27th ultimo.
Power to the Biggs!How great are we?
i am starting my own family tree and i am stuck on my grand fathers
father his name was william and he had 2 sons jack and fred and a
daughter marjory he married marjorie maud but i am unsure of her
surname and help would be greatly appriciated thank. brilliant site by
the way shame it wasnt my biggs side
john arthur james
Iam the descendant of maurice edward, my uncles are kevin, leslie, ray.
My name is Emily Brunwin and i am 15, My dads name is Benjamin York
William Brunwin (born 1950) and his father's name was Herbert Jack
who is listed on your website.
Herbert Jack married a lady called Eva York, who is still alive,
aged ninety. They had two children, my aunt, Susanne Macdonald,who has
and my dad. My dad married my mum, Jacqueline Wesley (born 1952)and
they had me and my three brothers
Daniel (born 1978), William (born 1980) and Joseph (born 1992). We have
never met anyone with the surname of Brunwin, apart from imeadiate
relatives, and are quite interested to know if there are any
still around? Also, in which way is the Brunwin family tree connected
to the Biggs
family tree? If anyone could help us with our queries, we would greatly
appreciate you emailing us, thankyou, and welldone on the great
I AM LOOKING FOR MY UNCLE WILLIAM H BIGGS SOME WHERE IN LONDON
MANY THANKS JOSEPHINE BIGGS
I was interested to read on your Home page of a William Bigge from
Oxfrodshire, as this is where I am from and William is a common name in
So far I have traced back to my great,great,great grandfather
William Biggs b 1816 Andover
ary Jane b 1840 Oxford
John T b1842 Oxford
Charles b1844 Oxford
Elizabeth b 1846 Oxford
William Biggs b 1848 Oxford (my great great grandfather)
Ruth Caroline b 1850 Oxford
Jane b1851 Oxford
William Biggs b1848's children
William Harry Biggs b 1881 Peshawar, India ( my great granfather)
John T Biggs b 1892 Oxford
My grandfather was William Norman Louis Biggs, he was the son of
I've just found your site so I will be having a good look at all you've
I have traced back to Samuel Woolgar and a Theodosia. These may be
the same as in your tree. The dates seem to tie up. I have a child
born of these two in 1786 (Sarah), Ann in 1791 and Hannah in 1793.
Hannah is how we link. All these Woolgars come from around Steyning in
Sussex. Could you please let me know if these may be the same Samuel
Have just started on my husbands family tree. His family came from
Shropshire. Wonderful web site. Best Wishes Kathryn
hi im john from guernsey c.i
Dr. Melvin D. Biggs
I am a Vietnam Veteran...was a Baptist pastor for many years...I am now
a missionary to Southeast Asia. My father was a career military man and
died at the age of 52. I know very little about may family history.
Nikki K Biggs
I only know as far back as my great great grandfather who was named
John Biggs. He had several children and lived in West Virgina.
(Approximate dates of birth are in parenthesis.) The children's names
were Ocie (1898), Ogoldia(1900), Oneita (1904), Ozelier(1902), Osby
(1906), Omer(1908) , Overton (1910), and Mike (1912). I was told that
Mike's name began with an O also but that he changed it legally. If
anyone knows of anything regarding this family line, please let me
Lemuel "Lem" Brent Biggs
Hello cousins! I am descendant of Richard Biggs from St. Giles
In-The-Field, England to Jamestown, Virginia, USA August 1610.
DAVID EDISON BIGGS
I have never completed my family tree research. My mother and father
were both Biggs' and came from the Montgomery, Opp and Andalusia area.
I think the family settled in Virgina, after leaving Engaldn, I am told
Wales. Just wonder if there is a link.
Great job guys,we definitally need to start one in South Africa aswell.
Interested in the connection to the Turpin family from Devon.
My grandmother was Annie Turpin born in Brixham 1858.
My mother's maiden name was Biggs and strangely enough my grandparents
settled in Biggs, CA in the early 1950's (I believe).
Wow... This is fascinating stuff. I can't beleive I found so many other
Brunwins, I thought we were the only ones left. I have noticed that my
father isn't included in the family tree and that my grandmother is
still listed as living... she died 4 years ago. I also know that my
grandfather married again after divorcing my grandmother and possibly
had more children with the new wife. Please
contact me if you would like more information. Zoe.
Christopher Todd Biggs
Hi Ya'll from Nashville, Tennessee.
Here is what I have discovered about my family BIGGS so far
Jack Warren Biggs b 1922, Launceston, Tasmania. d 1989 Leslie George
Biggs b 1919, Launceston, Tasmania.
Their father; William Leslie Biggs b 1882 Launceston, Tasmania, d 1934
Married to Lillian Sophia Chisholm (maiden name Cole)b 1879 William had
5 siblings Elsie Mary, George Alexander, Edith Jane, Ernest Charles,
Their father; George Biggs b 1849 Tasmania.
Married in 1871 to Susannah Williams b 1853.
Sibling Fanny Agnes b 1844
Their father John Biggs
Mother Matilda Mcnamara ? Married in 1844 Launceston, Tasmania
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
I am a BIGGS! I haven't gotten back any further than Levi Biggs. He was
born in 1785 in Maryland but moved to Washington DC before getting
married and having children. I am looking for Levi's parents any help
would be greatly appreciated.
I dont feel like tigger anymore!
Hey, just trying to get some more info on name, if anyone has any
emblem that they can send me, that would be great.
John Harold Biggs
im kinda curious of my lineage. i really would like to know more about
my family. if yall could help i would aprecieate it greatly.
CHRIS LINCOLN(NEE) BIGGS
I WOULD BE INTERESTED TO HERE FROM ANYONE WITH THESE NAMES
IN YOUR FAMILY TREE.I HAVE ONLY JUST STARTED.DONT HAVE MUCH
INFO TO START WITH.FATHER FREDRICK.LEOPOLD BIGGS BORN PADDINGTON
LONDON.ABOUT 1885 MARRIED RHODA.LOUISE MILNE=2 SONS
FREDRICK.VICTOR.JAMES BIGGS BORN 1914=DIED 2000 AND HENRY LEOPOLD BIGGS
BORN IN THE 1920 TS.
Just curious as to the origins of my last name. Such as the common
location it hales from.
Ronald K. Sellman
My grand mother was Henrietta, Margaretta, Pennyslia, De Bro, De Monday
Biggs, b 4/8/1869 d 10/14/1939. Her father was John Trimble Biggs born
about 1836. She married my grandfather William Hillard Sellman 2/8/1887
They had 6 daughters and 2 sons,, my father being William Jennings
Sellman born 10/27/1896. I am looking for any lineage prior to my
grandmother. I beleive that she
was born in Maryland, possible Nebraska. Any help would be appreciated.
My late mother (Kathleen Simco) knew June Biggs through the Beds Family
They compared notes about our Barratt ancestry.
I've been delighted to discover the website (through another Barratt
yer, jus a bored Biggs , typin in random fings in google n look what
DAVID EDISON BIGGS
Any Biggs family members from Alabama please respond.
Hi good work here
hi just researching my family tree and biggs comes from my partners
side of the family. His grandad was called James Arthur Biggs, his
great grandad was Arthur James Biggs and was born in Southall England.
dont know if these Biggs will relate to yours in anyway but u never
know. Really good site !
Robert Wayne Biggs Jr.
Robert Wayne Biggs Jr.
If anyone knows a Robert Wayne Biggs Sr. please leave a message hear in
Well done for putting this together, so interesting to see
where we are from. I am from the Lanzon male and Edwards who didnt
seem to be around for that long. Didnt even know that 100 odd years
ago i was a bigg, would not be funny having a last name like
that now since the tallest member of my family is a towering
5 and half feet : ) Tim
Hi all just researching my fam history dont be a stranger now if you
want to say hi feel free we are all family
Hello Biggsys, I live in Hampshire, England with my wife and two
children. We have quite a large family my father, john, being the
eldest of four brothers being born to john william biggs and nancy
chiffinch. One of my uncles emigrated to australia in the 50's but
everyone else is in the UK. Hopefully we have a connection, if not
congratulations on an interesting website which has helped while away a
few hours on an otherwise very boring day!
Jimmy Ray Biggs
Born Tennessee USA 1958. Curious
Hi this is Lucie Biggs.im only 16,i've been trying to look up my family
history, but i can't seem to find it anywhere!Does anyone know of a
Gerald Biggs, my great-grandfather?or Stanley Biggs, my grandfather
Melissa (Biggs) Eager
Looking to see if we are family. My great grandfather is Robert Biggs.
Is your Robert from Indiana?
David Ian Charles Hitch
My Wifes family are the Biggs Family of Warren Ohio , originally West