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Re: Letitia McFann, PA 1860
Posted by: Richard Hughes (ID *****6676) Date: August 13, 2003 at 11:07:18
In Reply to: Letitia McFann, PA 1860 by Chuck Lawton of 106

There is a Daniel McFann in the 1790 U.S.census in Northumberland Co., PA. At that time, Northumberland Co. extended across the northern part of PA almost to the present day boundary Crawford Co.

We also find a David McFann buying provisions at Fort Franklin in Crawford Co. PA in 1797 and 1799. Instead of Letitia being a daughter of Thomas McFann, she could very well have been married to a son of David. She is certainly not the daughter of Daniel McFann who was here in 1790.

More research is required to clarify these relationships. I find it interesting that both Leticia and Martha McFann were both born in Ireland suggesting that they may have married into the McFann clan.

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