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SeglerFamily.Com is about the members of the Segler - Seigler - Sigler Family who are descendants of George Seigler Sr., born in South Carolina in 1740.  George Sr. had three children:  George Jr., Judith and Priscilla.  George Jr. had many descendants about whom very little is known.  Judith Seigler married William James Free.  They have several descendants in our tree.  Priscilla Seigler Ogilvie had two sons, Minor and Robert, and two daughters, Mary and Catherine.  We know nothing about the families of Robert, Mary or Catherine.  However, we know that Minor married Rebecca and they had four sons and a daughter.  (Their daughter died very young and her name is not known.) The sons were Charles B., Edward C., Thomas F. and Silas K.   Charles B. had many descendants.  Edward's family remained very small.  But Thomas F. and Silas K. produced very large families...read on about them below:
This website is primarily about the children of Minor and Rebecca Seigler:  Charles B., Edward C., Thomas F. and Silas K. Seigler.  Minor passed away in 1838, the year their youngest, Silas K., was born.  Rebecca and her four sons were living in Crawford County, Georgia.  After Minor’s death, they all moved to Coweta County, Georgia.  Then her oldest son, Charles B., and his family moved to Coffee County, Alabama.  By 1860, Rebecca and her other three sons, Edward, Thomas F. and Silas K. had moved to Dale and Barbour Counties in Alabama.  Their primary place of residence was known as Barnes Cross Roads in Dale County, Alabama.  That is where the main part of our Segler-Seigler-Sigler heritage began.

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