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Re: William G Fellers, b 1848, Location Ukn.
Posted by: Mary Jo Fellers Fraley Date: August 07, 1998 at 23:51:36
In Reply to: William G Fellers, b 1848, Location Ukn. by Chuck Coleman of 371

I may be able to help you find the answer to some of the questions you have. I am a grandaughter to the late Edward Fellers of Coryell County, TX. His grandfather was Henry G. Fellers, one of the first citizens of the Republic of Texas, and Red River County. I will have to search through many, many pages of materials to locate your William, and perhaps my dad, David Earl Fellers has some knowledge of William. I do know that most of the Fellers men in Texas dropped the "G" from their name after my ggrandfather, John G. Fellers. Bosque County is near Hill Co., where John and brother Abe lived in the 1800's, prior to moving to south Tx. There are quite a few Williams in the family in Gonzales Co., where John is buried. Again, I will research, and return to this site to report my findings.

Regards,
Mary Jo


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