|Birth: ||Feb. 2, 1831|
Peterman (Monroe County)
|Death: ||Feb. 3, 1902|
Tully James was the son of Daniel Archibald and Elizabeth (Barnett) [Matthews] Biggs.
He married Mary Catherine Smith in Monroe Co., Alabama on August 30, 1866.
Tully and Mary Catherine's headstone reads: Together they are sleeping, from sorrow they are free.
His siblings were: John Winfrey, Charity Ann, Miles Monroe, Ethan, Effie, William, Margaret Jude, and Caroline Elizabeth.
Tully was a Private in the Alabama 17th Infantry Co. H, during the Civil War.
The picture is either a photo or a portrait of him in his Civil War uniform not too long before he died.
Daniel Archibald Biggs (1801 - 1881)
Mary Catherine Smith Biggs (1843 - 1899)*
Miles Monroe Biggs (1828 - 1910)*
Tully James Biggs (1831 - 1902)
Together they are sleeping, from sorrow they are free.
Crims Chapel Cemetery
Created by: Johnilee Biggs Osborn
Record added: Jul 18, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 39612023