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David Sigler
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Birth: Jun. 19, 1775
Red Hook
Dutchess County
New York, USA
Death: Jan. 13, 1832
Manorton
Columbia County
New York, USA

David Sigler (1775-1832), Son of Conrad Sigler (1740-?) and Magaretha Kellerhouse Sigler (1740-?). He was brother to Cathrina Sigler (1764 ?), George Sigler (1766 ?), Margaretha Sigler (1767 ?), Balthasar Sigler (1769 ?), Annatje Sigler (1772 ?) and Johannes (Hans) Sigler (1777 1858).
David married Susan Decker (1778-1856) on December 26, 1797 in Livingston, Columbia County. Father of Conrad Sigler (1799-1863), Samuel Sigler (1800-1854), William Sigler (1802-1889), John C Sigler (1805-1877), Elizabeth Sigler Moore (1807-?), Emmetje Sigler (1809-?), Henrich (Henry) Sigler (1811-1902), Jeremiah Sigler (1813-?), Garrett Sigler (1815-1843), Katy Sigler (1817-?) and Robert Sigler (1820-1881). 
 
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 Spouse:
  Susan Decker Sigler (1776 - 1856)*
 
 Children:
  Conrad Sigler (1799 - 1863)*
  Samuel Sigler (1800 - 1854)*
  John C Sigler (1805 - 1877)*
  Garret Sigler (1815 - 1843)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Saint John's Lutheran Church Cemetery
Manorton
Columbia County
New York, USA
 
Created by: Constance Moore Andrews
Record added: Nov 16, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44425741
David Sigler
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David Sigler
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David Sigler
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