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Re: Fulcher-Younger-Stephenson-Garrett
Posted by: Tim Fulcher (ID *****4283) Date: October 25, 2005 at 01:12:51
In Reply to: Fulcher-Woodhouse-Younger-Garrett-Cook-- by sandra bailey of 832

I have a little info on Jefferson and Richard Fulcher, but before that is not well-documented, and I have a little info on the Garretts. I thought I had posted before on this, but recently came into possession of Fulcher history compiled by descendants of Richard and Jefferson in 1973, and I am looking for lines that seemed to have disappeared, like unnamed son of John who lived next door to Richard in Barren Co., KY, suspect George Fulcher married 1836, Jeff Kenton Fulcher married in 1876, b. in Barren, died in Logan Co. KY. Other Fulchers in Allen Co., KY. Most of Richard's grandchildren through Jefferson otherwise accounted for, additionally, daughter Susanna had son John Northern before she married Owen, daughter Elizabeth had 2 children with Allen Chambers, William T. probably had children and grandchildren, but multiple Williams make it hard to prove (possible Killinger). Kennon material from 1973 lists relatives named Fulcher in California, Colorado, Missouri, Iowa, Texas and Arizona, approxmately 200 other surnames from female Fulchers who married and had kids. I am currently corresponding with first, third, and fourth cousins, descendants of Garretts, Fulchers, and Stephensons, possible related descendants of Alversons and Youngers, looking for more, especially Richard's other children besides Jefferson, and to solve mystery of all the Fulchers around Amherst, VA and if and how they were related. Goochland, Caroline Co.s related, possibly others. First names John, Joseph, Richard, William, Thomas, James, George of interest. Family may have arrived in VA 1607, 1652, or 1711, possible waves of cousins, possibly Welsh. I also suspect Norfolk and Suffolk in England, just a hunch. Fires by Posey at New Kent and Civil War may have destroyed all proof except DNA. Curious to learn if anything new has turned up not easily found on Internet.

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