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George Marion Funderburk Jr.
Posted by: John Reeb (ID *****8179) Date: December 23, 2012 at 17:08:28
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Guy Funderburk wrote that Nathan Funderburk's son George Marion Funderburk's first son was also named George Marion Funderburk and on the page listing the children of George Marion Funderburk, George Marion Funderburk Jrs. name is followed with the letter "c" which I take as an abbreviation for circa, followed by 1848. I suppose he was referring to the birth date of this so called George Marion Funderburk Jr. However in the 1850 Census of Lancaster Dist. George M. Funderburk is shown as 31, Eliza as 30. The oldest child enumerated was not George Marion Funderburk but in that Census the first born child waw shown as simply by initials as A. L. His age was shown as 10 years. Further more I found that at no time in either 1850 or 1860, the name George M. or George Jr. listed. Guy Funderburk did not mention A. L. Funderburk as far as I can see, anyway. Yet Guy Funderburk does show George M. Funderburk Jr. as the father of John Robert Funderburk. Guy Funderburk mentioned some descendants by name who either he or they claimed to be descendants of John Robert Funderburk, son of George Marion Funderburk. Can someone please explain to me how did A. L. Funderburk become George Marion Funderburk Jr. My interest is in regards to Catharine Rape, the wife of David Funderburk. Any help will be appreciated. John V. Reeb.

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