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Re: William Fagan/Peninah Fruit N.C. marriage 1801?
Posted by: Larry Fagan Date: January 01, 2002 at 10:08:38
In Reply to: Re: William Fagan/Peninah Fruit N.C. marriage 1801? by Ken Fruit of 100

In the will of John Fruit of 1818, I find that it is according to my information that it does refer to the father of James Samuel Fruit (b: 13 Nov 1762--d: 9 Oct 1834), since John Fruit died 12 May 1824. I'm puzzled about the bequeathing of Sibella the sum of one dollar, since I have her death date in 1812, years before the will was made in Randolph County? Any info on Penneniah (Peninah) and William Fagan (Fegan) would be appreciated.


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