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Webb/Riggins - Riggins/Webb Families, et al

Updated May 8, 2007

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Primarily consisting of Original Proprietors of New Haven, Haddam, Litchfield, Hartford, and other Puritan British Immigrants of the 17th Century. Grandfathers back to a fella named Folcwald, 0100 A.D., the father of Finn. He is mentioned in Historia Britonum, and also in Beowulf. Good Grief! Also royal grandfathers and grandmothers descended from grandfathers Charlemagne and William the Conqueror, which causes each of us a pause of thought. Really?? Yes, really. I am particular about the quality of my research, and we even have the a-ok of the Colonial Dames of the 17th Century AND the Daughters of the American Revolution. Big Time girls. So mind your manners; you got de royal blood. But in the true spirit of America, we also be mutts. What a great world, I tell'ya.

Look yourself up, kids of said families -- check out the "InterneTree" link at the left-hand bottom corner of this page, and if you would like a direct descendancy report let me know and I'll put it together for you.
Have fun!

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Leslie Webb Riggins
fiat_fiat_amen@hotmail.com

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