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Alberta Pauline "Bert" West Biggs
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Birth: Dec. 27, 1882
Caldwell County
Texas, USA
Death: Jul. 14, 1960
Caldwell County
Texas, USA

Alberta Pauline was born in Rockwaterhole, Caldwell County, Texas. Her parents were William Wallace and Emma Jane West. Her grandfather was Col. Theodore Lee, Confederate soldier and patriot. She married Quintus Dabney "Q.D." Biggs on January 2, 1901. They lived on their farm in the McNeil community until 1920 when they moved to Luling. Together they had four children: Loren Dabney "Chango" Biggs, Roy Lee Biggs, Aubrey Ray Biggs, and a baby daughter-born December 23, 1914 - died January 2,1915. 
Family links: 
  W. W. West (1847 - 1915)
  Emma Jane Lee West (1851 - 1887)
  Quintus Dabney Biggs (1880 - 1968)
  Loren Dabney Biggs (1902 - 1957)*
  Roy Lee Biggs (1903 - 1984)*
  Aubrey Ray Biggs (1912 - 1944)*
  Baby Biggs (1914 - 1915)*
  William Houston West (1873 - 1966)*
  Arthur Lee West (1876 - 1947)*
  Carrie Alta West Huff (1879 - 1903)*
  Alberta Pauline West Biggs (1882 - 1960)
  Melvin Bruce West (1887 - 1950)**
*Calculated relationship
McNeil Cemetery
Caldwell County
Texas, USA
Plot: H-26
Created by: Johnilee Biggs Osborn
Record added: Mar 31, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 25669420
Alberta Pauline Bert <i>West</i> Biggs
Added by: Johnilee Biggs Osborn
Alberta Pauline Bert <i>West</i> Biggs
Added by: Johnilee Biggs Osborn
Alberta Pauline Bert <i>West</i> Biggs
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