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Re: John Fitzg. Washington County 1784-1770
Posted by: M. M. Morrow Date: April 29, 2001 at 16:29:25
In Reply to: John Fitzg. Washington County 1784-1770 by Linda Gilliland of 1239

Linda, A couple of us are following the connected lines of FITZGERALD because of our direct BAGGETT and SHERROD lines. John FITZGERALD & Mary Ann COUCH, m. 1808, are my husband's g-g-g-grandparents.
Also, we have a unique puzzle that our g-grandmother Mary Amanda Angeline Fritzy Ellen MOORE, m. David Alexander MORROW in Hall Co. GA and claimed to be related (aunt?) to her daughter-in-law Belldone Hazeltine BAGGETT, b. 1868 in Springdale AR, m. 1887 to James Vernon MORROW in Asotin Co., Washigton Territory. It would appear that the Fritzy-Fitzgerald is the likely connection. Any tips appreciated!


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