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LT Morris Fontaine Briggs

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LT Morris Fontaine Briggs Veteran

Birth
Stafford County, Virginia, USA
Death
5 Jan 1918 (aged 28)
Galveston, Galveston County, Texas, USA
Burial
Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Texas, USA Add to Map
Plot
Section M - Family Estate II--Seaside Memorial Park
Memorial ID
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Morris Fontaine Briggs was the son of Thompson S. Briggs and Sarah "Sally" Rose Briggs. His father, Thompson Briggs was a well known cattle dealer of Stafford, Virginia. He died in January 1910 at age 58. His mother, Sally (Rose) Briggs was the daughter of Fontaine Rose of "Hampstead" in Stafford. She died in October 1910 Mrs. and Mrs. Briggs were buried in the family burying grounds near their home.

Morris was the brother of Leonard Rose Briggs.

Morris married Marie Crook on July 14, 1917 in Nueces County, Texas.

Lieutenant Morris F. Briggs, a soldier fighting for this county died in October 1918 of pneumonia.

Sources for bio include The Free Lance, Virginia dated January 04, 1910 and May 17, 1910 and Corpus Christi Times, Texas dated October 15, 1918

Contributor: 48524515
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Morris Fontaine Briggs was the son of Thompson S. Briggs and Sarah "Sally" Rose Briggs. His father, Thompson Briggs was a well known cattle dealer of Stafford, Virginia. He died in January 1910 at age 58. His mother, Sally (Rose) Briggs was the daughter of Fontaine Rose of "Hampstead" in Stafford. She died in October 1910 Mrs. and Mrs. Briggs were buried in the family burying grounds near their home.

Morris was the brother of Leonard Rose Briggs.

Morris married Marie Crook on July 14, 1917 in Nueces County, Texas.

Lieutenant Morris F. Briggs, a soldier fighting for this county died in October 1918 of pneumonia.

Sources for bio include The Free Lance, Virginia dated January 04, 1910 and May 17, 1910 and Corpus Christi Times, Texas dated October 15, 1918

Contributor: 48524515
pz - [email protected]


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