Obituary of Edith Barker Rigg
On top (Feb. 7, 1920 Democrat Message)
Mother and Babe Dead
It is a very sad condition in the home of Perry Riggs (Rigg), the carpenter, who has his family home in the house of Jim Davis on
The husband and two or three other young children are quite sick, but not considered very seriously so by the attending physician. Mr and Mrs Barker, the parents of Mrs. Riggs (Rigg), have been here from Hersman for several days assisting to care for the sick ones and the kind and sympathetic neighbors are bestowing attention to their wants and it is de- ( it ends here?)
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Obituary dtd. Feb 7, 1920 Democrat Message
Robert Verne Rigg, the infant son of Mr and Mrs Perry Rigg, was born Nov. 30, 1918 at
Mrs Edith Rigg, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Barker was born near
While a young girl, gave her heart to God and united with the Methodist church at
My grandfather, it doesn't mention Brown Co., so don't know how you want to treat this. He was the son of John B. Rigg, grandson of Joseph and Elizabeth Ingram Rigg. He was born October 10, 1887 Anthony, Harper Co, Kansas but married in Brown Co., and all of his children were born there. I also have his and Edith's marriage cert.
His Obit reads:
Perry A. Rigg, 68, of 805 Nickols (Nichols), a longtime resident of
Mr Rigg, a member of the Baptist Church, is survived by his wife, Bell, a daughter, Mrs Leon (Katherine) Jordan of 2201 North Taylor; three sons, James of 2045 Hoffman, Roy of 2243 North Taylor, and Perry A. Rigg, Jr., of Napa, Calif.; nine grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Funeral arrangements are under direction of Jewell Windle Funeral home.