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Re: Mahala Fuson of Knox Co. Ky 1800s
Posted by: Bonni Date: September 05, 1999 at 08:52:44
In Reply to: Mahala Fuson of Knox Co. Ky 1800s by George of 282

HI George,
I have this info in my file on the Fuson family, i am a fuson descendant. I found this in the History of Bell County. Would like to share info: Please contact me at

Bethanian (popularly known as Beth) Fuson lived just over the line in Whitley County, but part of his land was in Bell County. He was so much identified with the affairs of Bell County that it was thought prudent to include him in this history. He was a tall, fine looking man. In early years he would probably have been called a "dandy." He looked the part of a country dandy; but, in older years, he was a very thoughtful man and wise in the ways of men. He was a good farmer, owned his own land, and reared a large family. Some of his sons are still living: Mathew Fuson, Fate Fuson and E. Fuson. He was a very clever man in his day, entertaining many people who stopped at his house or visited him. He was a grandson of Thomas Fuson, the Kentucky pioneer who settled near Chenoa, Kentucky.

Bethanian Fuson, son of Mahala Fuson and grandson of Thomas Fuson, the Kentucky pioneer, married, first, Sidney Partin: (1) James Fuson, (2) Mary Fuson, (3) Sidney Fuson, (4) John Fuson, (5) Matthew Fuson, (6) Nan Fuson, (7) Amanda Fuson, (8) E. Fuson, (9) Fate Fuson. He married, second, Polly Malissa Partin: (10) Sarah Jane Fuson, (11) Mary Frances Fuson, (12) Malinda Fuson, (13) Hannah Fuson, (14) Billy Fuson, (15) Evan Fuson, (16) Ellen Fuson.


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