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Re: B. Cloyce Funderburk - AL
Posted by: Kimi Date: March 01, 2002 at 23:16:05
In Reply to: Re: B. Cloyce Funderburk - AL by Shirley Harper Swisher of 956

Well what I have is Henry Funderburgh, b 1790 d 1850 seems like in Texas.... married a Martha "Debbie" Wilson she was b. 1792. Married 12/28/1814

Henry's Father was Isaac Funderburgh b 1751 d 10/21/1835, and mother was Sarah McCarthy b 1763 d 9-23-1839..

Isaac was the second son of Anthony....

now.... Henry and Martha (Debbie) Funderburgh, had 10 children.... Benjamin b.1823, James b.1825, John b.1827, Hency C b.1829, Reece b.1831, Jasper b.1836, Thomas b.1838, William b.1842, David b.1846 & Martha b.1848

Henry was born in Edgefield County South Carolina and moved with his parents to Clark County Ga. around 1808 and moving again with Issac's family to Watauga County Alabama in 1817, then to Hopkins County Texas in 1838.

1850 Census in Texas show him being born in South Carolina, and name his children.

Now the tricky part.... it seems that Thomas, Henry's younger brother also married a Martha Wilson, hence (Debbie) was probably a nickname to distinguish her. Also a cousin Henry Funderburgh married a Pasty COnner in Clakr County Georgia... hope that helps...

****I am posting this almost directly word for word out of the Funderburk Book Castles and Conquest.... by Guy Funderburk.****

Thanks, hope it helps....

Kimi Funderburk

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