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Re: Eckles families in the early 1800's
Posted by: Pat Fannin (ID *****8039) Date: February 18, 2009 at 16:51:17
In Reply to: Re: Eckles families in the early 1800's by ross smith of 279

Do you know anything about an Elizabeth Eckles who possibly married Bryan Fannin(g) of Amelia Co., Va. around 1720-1730.
One of her sons, Laughlin Fannin, ends up in Elbert Co., Ga. with some other Amelia Co., Va. families such as Hightowers & Eckles. Around 1767, Elizabeth's son, Bryan,Jr. died in Sussex Co., Va. and his brother Laughlin Fannin was mentioned there.


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