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Photo #28567

Last Name: Bigler

First Name : Armelia

Middle Name: Caroline

Subject's City: Nephi

Subject's State: UT

Subject's County: Juab

Subject's Country: United States

Date: 1901-1920

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Photographer's State: UT

Nee: Mangum

Type** : PRT

Comments: Armelia Caroline Bigler (Nee: Mangum) | Nephi UT United States | 1901-1920 | Comments: Armelia Caroline Mangum Bigler (1834-1916). Plural wife of Jacob G. Bigler, she moved to northern Utah after the Manifesto of 1890. She was the daughter of William Mangum and Sarah Ada Adair and was born in Pickens County Alabama. This is a very poor copy but the best I have. I am hoping someone with the original will contact me!

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