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Re: Information regarding slaves
Posted by: Betty Cabbinessss Date: October 03, 2000 at 11:45:02
In Reply to: Information regarding slaves by Frederick of 207

Frederick, I do not have any information about slaves, but I have some of the names you mentioned in my ancestry.
Sanders Walker Faver, b. Jan. 1, 1808, m. Caroline Amelia Davis Oct.28, 1834 Heard co., GA. he died Nov. 21, 1881 Heard Co., GA, she died Feb. 19, 1899 Heard co., GA.

Their children were listed:
John Tommis Faver b. 9-18-1836
Louisa Ann Faver b. 1838
William Allen/Andrew Faver b. 1842
Teressa Faver b.4-7-1845 (my g grandmother)
m. 3-1-1863 Heard Co., GA
d. 10-12-1928 Gregg Co., TX
mar. Isaac Newton D. Stephens
Mary Elizabeth Faver b. 1848
Harriet Isabella"Belle" Faver b. 1850
Lewis Davis Faver b. 1854
Isiah Irvin Faver b. 1856
Sanders Walkr Faver b. 1859
Cora Alice Faver b. aft. 1860
I did not have a Henry listed. The Tom you had could be John Tommis Faver and the Walker you had could have been Sanders Walker Faver. Just thought this might help.

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