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Re: William Fagan/Peninah Fruit N.C. marriage 1801?
Posted by: Larry Fagan Date: March 14, 2002 at 17:21:29
In Reply to: Re: William Fagan/Peninah Fruit N.C. marriage 1801? by Penny Michaels of 100

Sybil Fruit was the wife of John Fruit born 1732-38 in Wales. Have no birth or death date for Sybil, the mother of my ancester Peninah who married my great great grandfather William Fagan. Could be a relative that you wrote of named Sibella, who married John Walker in 1801 but can't prove it. I'm loking for a connection for Fagans prior to William when he was born and raised in North Carolina. Am aware of later generations from William and they did in fact move to Virginia, Kentucky, and then to Illinois where my immediate family is from.


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