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Re: New Ferebee Web Page
Posted by: H. Hansen (ID *****0223) Date: January 08, 2003 at 13:46:27
In Reply to: Re: New Ferebee Web Page by Teresa of 98

Thanks Teresa for the compliment on my web page, check back to it regularly since new data is being added.
Samuel Ferebee Bell b. 15 Sep. 1822, the first child of Tully Bell (20 May 1798 - 4 Nov. 1843) and Penelope Ferebee (10 Nov. 1799 - 19 Nov. 1867) who had 11 Children; Edwin C. b. 16 Dec. 1823, Sarah Jane b. 4 April 1825, Elizabeth F. b. 6 Mar. 1827, James M. b. 11 Nov.1828, Mary Ann b. 16 Nov. 1830, George F. b. 17 Nov.1832, Amelia b. 25 Mar. 1834 m. Joseph Wilson, Huldah F. b. 11 Nov. 1836, Frederick J. b. 28 May 1838, Lucretia V. b. 18 Apr. 1842. Samuel Ferebee Bell married Emelda Gray, and died 4 June 1861. Tully was the son (1 of 14 children) of Brickhouse Bell (2 Dec. 175 - 23 Feb. 1822) who married Jane Cartwright (9 Nov. 1764 - Nov. 1820). This data comes from "Family Record of Thomas de Fereby and Joseph Wilson of England" printed in 1915 by Tully Bell Wilson of Fairmont N.C. This booklet contains the infamous bogus English pedigree of John Ferebee the immigrant, the above information appears to be from family Bible records, but no source is given. The Tully Bell issue entry has an errata page inserted to amplify the original data. The N.C. material in this booklet appears reliable and the Ferebee entries conform to primary sources. E-mail me directly if you have any questions.

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