Biffle Researchers

The vast majority of Biffle researchers are descended from Paul Biffle (Paulus Büffel) who emigrated from Contwig, in what is now Germany, in 1738. He and his family landed in Philadelphia and eventually ended up in Rowan Co., North Carolina. From there they spread to many southern states from Georgia to Texas, and eventually to all over the country.

Ira Biffle

Ira Biffle was a well-known pilot for both the Army Aircorps during WWI and the newly formed Air Mail Service. He taught Charles Lindburgh how to fly.

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