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Re: "That Moving Clan" by Elizabeth Feemster
Posted by: tee key Date: November 13, 2000 at 08:21:27
In Reply to: Re: "That Moving Clan" by Elizabeth Feemster by Marionetta Smith of 265

I am not sure. I have not gotten past the Samuel Feemster on my GGgrandmothers (Sarah Agnes Feemster) death cert. that is listed as her father. She was born at the beginning of the Civil War, so that would put her father probably born about the 1830's or 1840's.
Since my GGGrandmother and her husband were married in 1880 at Bullocks Creek, and my GGrandmother Grandmother were born in Chester, I tend to think it was the Stay at Home clan...but who knows.

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