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FLETCHER
Posted by: Bobby Christall (ID *****3192) Date: November 04, 2010 at 10:01:34
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I am searching for information of JAMES FLETCHER who lived at Lumpking County, Georgia. Born abt 1785 in North Carolina, James Fletcher first appeared in the 1834 Lumpkin County, Georgia state census with 9 souls in the home. (seven would be his children and two be in laws)
In 1840 Federal Census of Lumpkin County, Georgia JAMES FLETCHER appears as male age 50-60 with wife age 40-50; two males 15-20 yrs of age and one male less than 5; two females 5-10; two females 10-15; two females 15-20 and one female 20-30
James Fletcher died on March 21, 1850 at Lumpkin County,Georgia. His wifes name was Susan Fletcher born in SC she died on March 14, 1857 having appeared in the 1850 census as 55 yr old widow with Polly Fletcher age 32 in home and daughter Lavinia Fletcher age 20 with son James Fletcher age 14.

This family matches DNA 66/67 with the line of Fletcher out of Brunswick Virginia 1733 and with the line of Henderson County, NC Fletcher's of John & Elizabeth Savage Fletcher.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Nadine Christall
Fletcher Family Researcher


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