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Edward Jefferson "Edd" Ribble
Birth: Oct. 2, 1839
Salem
Washington County
Indiana, USA
Death: Feb. 10, 1920
Foard County
Texas, USA

 
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 Parents:
  John R Rible Ribble (1810 - 1856)
  Susanna Hunter Ribble (1821 - 1912)
 
 Spouses:
  Mary Frances Susan Baker Ribble (1840 - 1871)
  Mary Elizabeth Holly Ribble (1858 - 1888)
 
 Children:
  Samuel Alexander Lockridge Ribble (1862 - 1957)*
  Edward Lee Ribble (1864 - 1953)*
  John Nelson Ribble (1866 - 1964)*
  Mary Susan Cordelia Ribble Thomas (1868 - 1957)*
  Charles Magnus Ribble (1869 - 1949)*
  William BYLA Ribble (1870 - 1875)*
  Sarah Ann Elizabeth Ribble Young (1871 - 1915)*
  Marshell Commodore Ribble (1871 - 1959)*
  James Franklin Ribble (1877 - 1978)*
  Mary Tennessee Ribble Ayers (1879 - 1937)*
  Thomas Richard Ribble (1881 - 1882)*
  Harve Washington Ribble (1883 - 1970)*
  Dora Virginia Ribble (1884 - 1884)*
  Lourena Ribble Owen (1885 - 1932)*
  Malinda May Ribble Da Mant (1888 - 1957)*
  Lucinda Ribble Howry (1888 - 1958)*
 
 Siblings:
  Edward Jefferson Ribble (1839 - 1920)
  Ellen Ribble (1841 - 1912)*
  Harvey Washington Ribble (1844 - 1900)*
  Elizabeth Ann Ribble Putman (1846 - 1925)*
  John W Ribble (1849 - 1870)*
  William Alexander Ribble (1851 - 1948)*
  Thomas Jefferson Ribble (1853 - 1941)*
  James M Ribble (1855 - 1875)*
  Jacob Cross (1859 - 1935)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Gooseneck Cemetery
Graham
Young County
Texas, USA
 
Created by: Dana Ribble
Record added: Dec 22, 2005
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Edward Jefferson Edd Ribble
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Edward Jefferson Edd Ribble
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Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Apr. 16, 2015

- Searchers of our Past
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