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Re: Micajah, Hasten,Harvey, Albert Johnson,
Posted by: Dennis Frasher Date: November 09, 1999 at 14:07:02
In Reply to: Re: Micajah, Hasten,Harvey, Albert Johnson, by DorisSpeck of 287

Thanks for the info. I too have Harry's book. MiCager is my gggg grandfather thru Hasten to Harvey to Albert to Galley to Brady to me Dennis. I to believe he was an orphan, but he had to have parents sometime, and maybe brothers, sisters, maybe. If you look in Harrys book, only one source, he so states that you may deduct who his parents might have been. Thru a couple other tips, I believe his father was the David in Harrys book, David's wife was possbily Barbara or Elizabeth, David's father was William. William had at least three children, David, James and Amy. Via e-mail from James side of family, David and his wife was killed by indians. Their was a William Frazer in Augusta Co during this period of time. He died in 1764. Same county Micajah and Susannah got married. This is only my theory, I'm spending a lot of time and energy to prove myself wrong. Give this a thought for awhile and try to prove me wrong. Give me something, give me anything.
Food for thought. Get back in touch thru this message board or to me directly at
Dennis Frasher from Wayne County West Virginia


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