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DavoFlorida
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 91861241
davodump@gmail.com

Thank you!!
Added by DavoFlorida on May 28, 2016 2:09 PM
DavoFlorida
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 91861241
Thank you very much for your timely reply. Would you happen to have a copy of the newspaper article you can email to me please? I can't seem to find it that particular issue of the newspaper.

Thank you, David
Added by DavoFlorida on May 28, 2016 9:27 AM
DavoFlorida
Find A Grave Memorial# 91861241
Please tell me how you determined that "Sarah was married to Joshua Donegan/ Dunagen who died in Georgia on December 2, 1844, burial place unknown"?

Thank you David
Added by DavoFlorida on May 28, 2016 2:21 AM
Richard Wayne Baker
What ?
findagrave is NOT an ancestry site. It is for finding (A)(1) dead person only. Anything beyond that may sometimes may be *speculation.

*conjectural consideration of a matter, conjecture or surmise: a report based on speculation rather than fact.

Now, go tell the teacher.

Doc B. PhD MBA




Added by Richard Wayne Baker on Oct 24, 2015 12:33 PM
Karen Neal Morey
John McLaurin
My apologies but I mixed generations here with my suggestions. Satira Ringer Fuqua is the mother-in-law of John McLaurin here, not his wife. I believe all the other information I have added to this family is correct. Again, sorry for the extra trouble.

It will not let me correct the entry on john mclaurins page because it is listed as a calculated listing...i think you can remove it from Satira's page if you are the original contributor!

Thx Karen
Added by Karen Neal Morey on Sep 01, 2015 3:48 PM
Jrigdon
Fabius Fuqua
Jan,

I was looking at your page for him and I saw this part " "a Mr. Toney from Alabama"".

I don't know if you know it or not but Silas Fuqua's wife was Sally Taney or Toney born 18 Sep 1797 in Madison, Alabama (other sources claim that her last name was Young). I think your Mr Toney is probably a relative of her's. Sally would be Fabius's aunt by marriage and also the mother of Galba Fuqua that was killed at the Alamo.

Also don't know if you know it or not but the Fuqua brothers; Silas, Benjamin and Ephram Fuqua all came to Texas from Alabama, even though they were originally from Bedford Co, Virginia. They brought with them a letter of introduction to Stephen F Austin (yes, THE Stephen F Austin) from a mutual friend in Town of Tuscumbia, Alabama that was dated 3 Jan 1828. Also their brother, Jacob Fuqua, had died in Alabama in 1825 so he did not accompany them when they left Alabama.
Added by Jrigdon on Sep 01, 2015 3:46 PM
Jrigdon
RE: Benjamin Fuqua
Jan,

Send me your Ancestry user name and I'll send you and invitation to my FT there. You can copy what ever you want to from it. rrrr6789zz@zzgmail.com. Take out all of the Zees first.

I also found that has a lot of info on the early Fuquas in the US and it seems to very accurate.

Joe
Added by Jrigdon on Sep 01, 2015 1:42 PM
Jrigdon
RE: Benjamin Fuqua
Jan,

I am descended from Thomas, son of William, son of Ralph, son of Guilliaum. William was born in Goochland, Va and died in Bedford, Va. Thomas was born in Bedford and died in Jefferson Co, Ga before 12 March 1804. His daughter Clarissa was renamed Johnson after her mother married George Johnson in 1809. On 5 Oct 1815 Clarissa married Wright R Coleman in Jefferson Co, Ga and they were my GGG grand parents. Wright R Coleman was a JP, Post Master, and census taker in 1820 Ga for Laurens County and also a partner in the law firm of Fuqua and Coleman in Dublin, Ga in 1815. He died at sea in 1822 while returning to Ga from NY. The Fuqua being his brother in law, Henry C Fuqua, Clarissa's brother. There are still many Fuqua desendents and many, many Coleman desendants in Laurens County.

Joe
Added by Jrigdon on Sep 01, 2015 9:42 AM
Jrigdon
Benjamin Fuqua
Jan,

You said: "Benjamin Fuqua's nephew, Galba Fuqua and nephew by marriage, William King (Nancy King Fuqua's brother),"


William King was not a nephew by marriage. He was Benjamin's brother in law. Your description should say

"Benjamin Fuqua's nephew, Galba Fuqua, and brother in law, William King (Nancy King Fuqua's brother),"

Otherwise, NICE write up!

FYI Benjamin Fuqua was my 1rst cousin 6x removed.

Joe
Added by Jrigdon on Aug 31, 2015 6:20 PM
G.W. Hartley
Andrew potter
Jan

I believe i am his great great grandson my name is Gregory wayne hartley 68 yrs. My mother was born in sanatrium Texas IN 1921 named elece her father was Hugh potter he was half Choctaw I know very little about my mother's side of my ancestry I was told by a great uncle Joe potter we had a famous preacher and an admiral in our history thank you for keeping the history alive I am going to continue to find out more
Added by G.W. Hartley on Jul 31, 2015 2:21 PM
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