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Marriage: Children:
  1. Wayne Morgan Lugg: Birth: 10 MAY 1852 in Farmington Hill, Farmington Twp., Tioga Co., PA. Death: 7 MAR 1911 in CA

  2. Ann Elizabeth Lugg: Birth: 27 JUN 1855. Death: 2 JUN 1856

  3. Morgan Seely Lugg: Birth: 15 MAR 1858. Death: 17 NOV 1872

  4. Charles H. Lugg: Birth: 30 NOV 1860 in Nelson, Tioga Co., PA. Death: 11 JAN 1955 in Albany, NY

  5. Cora Jane Lugg: Birth: DEC 1862 in PA. Death: 1941

  6. Anthony Waldo Lugg: Birth: 1866 in PA. Death: 5 DEC 1953

1. Title:   Temporarily unavailable
2. Title:   Census
Page:   1850 Farmington Twp., Tioga Co., PA
3. Title:   1897 History of Tioga County R. C. Brown Co.
4. Title:   Mansfield Advertizer
Page:   Feb 17, 1897

a. Note:   Brown's 1897 History of Tioga Co., Ch 61 "ANTHONY W. LUGG, eldest son of Charles and Mary A. Lugg, was born in Gloucestershire, England, August 25, 1825, and came to Tioga county, Pennsylvania, whit his parents in 1830, and again in 1833. In early manhood he engaged in farming, which he followed until thirty years of age. In October, 1855, he embarked in merchandising at Nelson, Tioga county, which he successfully continued there up to 1881. In 1877-78 he spent seven months in California for the benefit of his heath, and in 1881-82 six months in that State for the same purpose. From 1882 to 1886 he was engaged in farming on the old homestead in Farmington township, and in the spring of the latter year located at Knoxville, where he resided until his death, January 29, 1897. As senior member of the firm of A. W. Lugg & Sons, he followed general merchandising in that borough for more than ten years. On January 6, 1851, Mr. Lugg married Ann K. Seely, a daughter of Nathaniel and Lucy (Kelsey) Seely, of Osceola. Six children were the fruits of this union, four of whom survive; viz: Wayne, Charles H., Cora, wife of L. J. Johnson, and A. Waldo. In politics, Mr. Lugg was an advocate of prohibition. While a resident of Nelson township, he served twenty-two years as a justice of the peace, being elected five successive terms. For more than forty years Mr. Lugg was a member of the Presbyterian church. He was one of the substantial and respected citizens of Knoxville, a kind husband and a good father." * * * Tombstone, 2007 reading: "B at.Bisley, Glouster, Eng.-Came to Beechers Island 1830. Back to Eng. 1831, Returned to US 1833, lived on farm near Nelson til 1855, was merchant in Nelson, 1855, in Knoxville 1886, m. Ann K. 1851, d. Knoxville" is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.