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Orrin Ruggles born Dec. 10, 1799

Sally Beardsley born Feb. 18, 1805

James Ruggles born Dec. 12, 1827

Archibald Ruggles born April 22, 1830

Hannah Ruggles born June 19, 1837

Marry L. Ruggles born Jan. 5, 1839

Mahala Ruggles born Nov. 8, 1840

James Lay born Feb. 22, 1837

Hannah Lay born June 19, 1837

Orrin E. Lay born Sept. 25, 1858

George L. Lay born May 9th 1863

William G. Lay born June 28, 1872

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Buried in King Hill Cemetery State Road

Henry B. Lay born at Springfield, Mass. June 22, 1808, died July 15, 1842.

James H. Lay 6 years old, died Nov. 24, 1842

Gilbert O. Lay, 4 yrs. Old, died Nov. 29, 1842

King Hill Cemetery – My father’s grandmother and Grandfather Nash


Orrin Ruggles died Aug. 21, 1880

Sally Ruggles died Mar. 11th, 1887

Mahala Ruggles died Feb. 13, 1841

Lafayette & Mary Wilson Squires were my mothers maternal grandparents

Orrin E. Lay died May 14, 1901

Hannah Lay died March 3, 1907

James Lay died Jan. 30, 1929

George L. Lay died Feb. 5, 1929

NOTE: Emily Wilson, my mother’s grandmas Squires mother buried Roseville.

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