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I found a PALMER amongst FEAGINs

Posted: 28 Jun 2000 5:51AM GMT
Edited: 15 Aug 2002 6:14PM GMT
Please see individual 117 for a marriage to a PALMER. I included the first few generations to overlap with the first 5 that I have provided previously so that you can figure out the ancestry if you need to. Hope this helps!

John Feagin, Sr.
Columbia, MD


First Generation

1. Richardson Feagin Sr. was born in 1758 in Tyrelle County, NC and died on 27 Nov 1818 in Fayette District, Moore County, NC.

From "Lineage of Jefferson Ball Feagin."

Though Richardson Feagin was "an ardent patriot" he "could not fight because of extreme near sightedness". He was a 1776 Member of the Provincial Congress. (See Journal of the Provincial Congress at Halifax, NC, Vol. 10, page 521 of Colonial Records). He was Sheriff of Moore County, NC in 1785. He presented a bill for establishing a town named Feaginsville (now Carthage, NC).

Richardson Feagin signed his will on May 7, 1816, and it was probated in the Court of Ordinary, Jones County, Geargia, at the August term, 1818 as follows:

"Will of Richardson Feagin

In the name of God, Amen. I Richardson Feagin, Senior being of perfect and sound mind and memory do make ordain this no other to be my last will and testament that is first of all, I recommend my soul to God who gave it and my body to the earth from whence it came to be buried in a decent manner at the discretion of my executors hereafter named and touching such worldly goods and property wherwith it has pleased God to bless me in this life. I give and dispose of in the manner following to wit, in the first place, I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Martha Feagin, three negroes- Sidney, Moses, and Tom also my household furniture and all my live stock of every kind for her use during her natural life and to be disposed of as she sees fit at her decease among her children.I also give to the aforesaid Martha Feagin my whole landed possessions during her life except it is agreed on between her and the legatees and executors to sell either at public or private sale, then it is my wishthat the proceeds of such sale should be equally divided among the legatees. I also give to my son Henry Feagin one young bay mare, I also ordain appoint ______, Cornelias Dowd, Thomas Feagin, and Samuel Feagin executors to this my last will and testament. Signed sealed published pronounced in the presence of us who in his in Richardson Feagin the presence of each other have here unto set our names this 7th day of May 1816.

Jesse Sanders her
Sarah X Feagin mark"

Richardson married Martha Dowd, daughter of Owen (Oyen) Dowd and Judith Pye, on 3 Feb 1779 in Mecklenburg County, VA.

Children from this marriage were:

2 M i. Richardson Feagin Jr. , died after 1820 in Jones County, GA.

3 F ii. Sarah Feagin (Still Living.)

4 M iii. Daniel Feagin (Still Living.)

+ 5 M iv. George Feagin was born about 1780 in Jones County, GA and died in Covington County, AL.

+ 6 M v. Thomas Feagin was born in 1781 in Moore County, NC and died in 1838 in Crawford County, GA.

+ 7 M vi. Samuel Thomas Feagin was born on 8 Oct 1782 in Feaginsville (Carthage), Moore County, NC and died on 5 Mar 1848 in Bullock County, AL.

+ 8 M vii. Henry Samuel Feagin Sr. was born on 9 Aug 1795 in Feaginsville, NC and died on 4 Feb 1842 in Crawford County, GA.

Second Generation (Children)

5. George Feagin (Richardson Sr.1) was born about 1780 in Jones County, GA and died in Covington County, AL.

When George Feagin first moved to Alabama, he settled his family, (wife,four sons, and one daughter) about three or four miles northwest of thepresent town of Brooklyn. The settlement was at the junction of Bottleand Ard's Creeks. He established a store there in 1818 which was a fairlylarge place until the formation of Brooklyn came to be. Soon after it'sestablishment in 1820, he moved his family to Covington County when theformer community was abandoned. Covington County is on the Southeast sideof the Conecuh River, near present day Rose Hill. He and his sonsacquired large land holdings in this area, and were very prominent in theearly development of Rose Hill.

George Feagin's children were all born in Georgia, most in Jones County.His son's were: Thomas, b. 1808; Aaron, b. 1811; Richardson, b. 1815; andAndrew J., b. 1816; the daughter Martha, was b. between 1817. ThomasFeagin m. Ireny in the early 1830's. Their children were: Mary Ann, b.1837; Emily, b. 1839; Aaron, b. 1840; George, b. 1845; Susannah, b. 1847;and Margarett, b. 1849.

George married Campbell __________ about 1806 in Jones County, GA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 9 M i. Thomas T. Feagin was born in 1808 in Jones County, GA and died after 1856 in Covington County, AL.

+ 10 M ii. Aaron Feagin was born on 28 May 1811 in Jones County, GA and died on 22 Sep 1863 in Hortense, Polk County, TX.

+ 11 M iii. Richard Feagin was born on 2 Dec 1815 in Crawford County, GA and died on 21 Jun 1851 in Covington County, AL.

+ 12 M iv. Andrew Jackson Feagin was born on 4 Jul 1816 in Jones County, GA and died on 9 Feb 1881 in Polk County, TX.

13 F v. Martha Francis Feagin was born in 1817 in GA and died in Polk County, TX.

Martha married Archibald Turbeville.

6. Thomas Feagin (Richardson Sr.1) was born in 1781 in Moore County, NC and died in 1838 in Crawford County, GA.

Thomas Feagin once lived in Jones County, Georgia. The Cherokee Indians were removed from Georgia and he and his family traveled by ox cart to Crawford County. They were one of the earliest families to settle the area once the Indians were removed.

Thomas married Temperance Wilson, daughter of Samuel Wilson and Unknown, on 14 Aug 1835 in GA.

Pruett - p 172

Children from this marriage were:

14 M i. Richardson Feagin was born in 1815 and died on 21 Jun 1851 in Crawford County, GA.

15 M ii. George H. Feagin was born on 13 Apr 1818 in Crawford County, GA and died on 19 Dec 1864 in Crawford County, GA.

+ 16 M iii. Samuel Thomas Feagin was born on 1 Apr 1822 in Savannah, GA and died on 14 Jul 1884 in Sumter County, GA.

+ 17 F iv. Mary Temperance Feagin was born on 22 Feb 1824 in Crawford County, GA and died on 22 Sep 1868 in Crawford County, GA.

18 F v. Missouri E. Feagin was born in 1833.

Missouri married Ira Thomas Jordan.

7. Samuel Thomas Feagin (Richardson Sr.1) was born on 8 Oct 1782 in Feaginsville (Carthage), Moore County, NC and died on 5 Mar 1848 in Bullock County, AL.

Moved to Barbour Co AL, after the birth of Isaac Ball FEAGIN, in time for Isaac to attend schools in that county. "He was intellectually endowed and with ambition which tended toward literature, became self-educated and eventually taught school. during the War of 1812, Sheriff of Jones County, GA; County Commissioner; Justice of the Peace for many years. In 1832 he went to Barbour County, AL, and located in the township now known as Midway. he was compelled to leave his first crop and take refuge from the Indians in Lewisville, Barbour Co; AL (The Battle of Pea River completely vanquished the Indians). He was County Surveyor; instrumental in having the first post office established on July 11, 1838, on his plantation and became its first postmaster; and owned Feagin's Store on the star route from Clayton (County seat of Barbour) to Salem, Russell County, AL. The Feagins "were great peacemakers - arbitrators for their neighbors."

"In his library were about 100 books, as Washington (12), Nicholson's Encyclopaedia (12), Josephus (2), Plutarch (8), etc."

"Far ahead of his time, he selected cotton seed "from only the most prolific, healthy stalks" and people from miles around bought cotton seed from him"

Ref: Biographical Sketch

The History of Stewart County:

"Samuel Feagin was b. 1782 at Feaginsville (now Carthage) NC; named in honor of his own family. He was an early settler in Jones County, Georgia and there in 1813 m. Nancy Wadsworth b. abt. 1790; d. Oct 10, 1827; dau. of James Wadsworth, native of Warren County, GA.

Samuel Feagin had no opportunity for going to school but acquired an education by himself; became a school teacher and also a useful and influential citizen - was Sheriff of Jones county during War of 1812 and later - served as County Commissioner and Justice of the Peace for a number of years. He was a planter in Georgia and Alabama where he removed in 1836 settling in Bullock County near Midway. Indians were troublesome and he had to leave his first crop and flee to Louisville, Barbour County. Got Post Office at what is now Midway and became Postmaster. The P.O. was located in his store. Samuel Feagin d. in 1848 and his son Major James Feagin took over until Civil War. His estate was administered in Stewart County in 1857 by L. B. Morton. Samuel Feagin was the son of Richardson Feagin, who was b. NC; of Irish parentage. He was somewhat nearsighted and was refused as soldier of Revolutionary War. His parents gave material and several sons; maternal grandfather, James Wadsworth was probably virginian by birth and of English descent but spent las years in Jones County, a wealthy planter, too yound to enter Revolutionary War."

Samuel married Nancy Wadsworth, daughter of James Wadsworth III and Unknown, on 13 May 1813 in Jones County, GA1.

Children from this marriage were:

19 F i. Alice Feagin (Still Living.)

+ 20 M ii. James Madison Feagin Sr. was born on 27 Feb 1814 in Jones County, GA and died on 23 Nov 1899 in Bullock County, AL.

21 F iii. Sarah Feagin was born about 1815 and died in Jones County, GA.

Sarah married Lemuel B. Morton, son of Oliver H. Morton and Sarah Everette.

22 M iv. William J. Feagin was born about 1816.

23 F v. Martha A. Feagin was born about 1817.

Martha married Thomas C. Kendrick.

24 F vi. Louisa Feagin was born on 28 Mar 1818.

Louisa married James Madison Pruett, son of John Pruett and Unknown.

25 M vii. George W. Feagin was born on 2 Mar 1821 in GA and died on 27 Oct 1868 in Conecuh County, AL.

26 F viii. Georgia Feagin was born about 1823.

+ 27 M ix. Samuel Feagin was born about 1826 in Bullock County, AL and died after 1854 in Bullock County, AL.

28 M x. John Richard Feagin was born on 10 Oct 1827.

Samuel next married Mary Ball, daughter of Isaac Ball and Sarah Wheeler, on 27 May 1827 in Jones County, GA2.

Children from this marriage were:

29 F i. Nancy Feagin was born in 1829.

Nancy married __________ Shipp.

+ 30 M ii. Henry G. Feagin was born about 1830 in Jones County, GA and died after 1860 in TX.

+ 31 M iii. Isaac Ball Feagin was born on 17 Jul 1833 in Jones County, GA and died on 2 May 1900.

+ 32 M iv. James Madison Feagin was born on 14 Feb 1836 in Columbia, SC and died on 15 Dec 1914 in Milwood, TX.

+ 33 M v. Daniel Feagin was born in 1837 in Barbour County, AL and died after 1869 in Bullock County, AL.

8. Henry Samuel Feagin Sr. (Richardson Sr.1) was born on 9 Aug 1795 in Feaginsville, NC and died on 4 Feb 1842 in Crawford County, GA.

REPRINT of OFFICIAL REGISTER of LAND LOTTERY OF GEORGIA 1827 47th DAY'S DRAWING-April 30. JONES. page 146 Fortunate Drawers: Henry Fagin, Captains District: Gibsons

Henry married Missouri Baldwin Carr, daughter of Robert Carr and Lydia Williamson, on 30 Dec 1827 in Jones County, GA2.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 34 M i. George Mcintosh Troup Feagin was born on 23 Oct 1830 in Jones County, GA and died on 2 Feb 1901 in Cordele, Crisp County, GA.

35 M ii. Robert Carr Feagin was born on 14 Sep 1832 and died in Oct 1864.

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never married

+ 36 F iii. Martha Ann Feagin was born on 12 Jan 1837 and died in 1907 in Evergreen Cemetery, Perry, Houston County, GA.

+ 37 M iv. Thomas Richardson Feagin was born on 12 Jul 1838 in Crawford County, GA and died about 1863 in Civil War Battlefield.

+ 38 M v. Henry Samuel Feagin Jr. was born on 22 Jul 1840.

Third Generation (Grandchildren)

9. Thomas T. Feagin (George5, Richardson Sr.1) was born in 1808 in Jones County, GA and died after 1856 in Covington County, AL.

Thomas married Sarah Ann Priny about 1832 in Covington County, AL.

Children from this marriage were:

39 F i. Sarah Ann Feagin was born in 1834 in AL.

40 F ii. Martha Feagin was born in 18363.

41 F iii. Mary Ann Feagin was born in 1837 in AL4.

42 F iv. Emily Feagin was born in 1839 in Covington County, AL and died before 1870 in Covington County, AL.

Emily married Jacob Moody about 1858 in AL.

43 M v. Aaron Feagin was born on 13 Apr 1840 in Covington County, AL and died after 1879 in Tyler County, TX.

Aaron married Nancy J. Williams in 1860 in TX.

44 F vi. Hannah Feagin was born in 1846 in Covington County, AL.

45 F vii. Margaret Feagin was born in 1849 in AL.

46 M viii. George Feagin was born in 1850 in Covington County, AL.

47 M ix. W. E. Feagin was born about 1856 in AL.

10. Aaron Feagin (George5, Richardson Sr.1) was born on 28 May 1811 in Jones County, GA and died on 22 Sep 1863 in Hortense, Polk County, TX.

It was the 1850s, ... our young United States was on the move again. Thescent of opportunity hung thick in the air. The world was a very different place, an exciting place, more so than ever. Again, settlers had begun to pour in. All across the whole western half of the United States, they moved. With there tents and wagons, pots and pans, horsesand cattle, they lined every creek and roadside everywhere. There were more coming in, and moving out with every passing day, and no wonder.Shouts of California Gold, and tales of riches far beyond anyone's expectations filled every ear. Texas was opened, and ours. With it'svast lands, and endless opportunities, there was no wonder what a youngman and his family could accomplish there. And a pure shame, if theydidn't try. This itch was infectious, and the only scratch known to ayoung man, was to take advantage of it, ... and move.

One such family of Covington County, Alabama, were Aaron and Sarah Feagin. Others had done it, why couldn't they, and why shouldn't they. Sarah's father William Merrill and his family were already there. They,as well as other family members, sent word back home of their accomplishments, and pressed those still in Alabama to come, and jointhem in TEXAS. Though move they did, most of the family stayed in Alabama. Due to the large holdings of land and slaves the family hadacquired through the years, they must have thought him fool hardy to sellout and move to Texas.

But Aaron was a man of insight, he saw another change blowing in the country, that most didn't see. A movement of anti slavery coming. Although, he and his family kept a few slaves he sold most, beforel eaving. Because Sarah was again pregnant, they took ship, off the coast of Alabama, rather than have her endure the hardships of traveling by wagon. Once reaching Galveston Island, he bought a yoke of oxen and then headed north. They traveled through The Big Thicket, rightfully named, because it is for the most part, a pine forest that once covered a thirdof Texas. Upon reaching a place named Bear Creek by the Indians, he and his family meet up with the Merrill's and settled there. Wanting toquickly establish his family, he built a store and bought 2,820 acres of land from John Kirksey, a local settler, spending $10.000 in gold. Life prospered for Aaron and Sarah, they enjoyed life, they laughed, theycried, and they danced. Aaron loved to dance. Sarah would work all day and dance all night. Square dancing was all they knew. Like a lot ofother families, they built their lives in the wilderness, and succeeded in doing so, until the Civil War started and changed lives forever. Aaron joined like most men, and while fighting for Texas and his new homeland,was taken sick along with most of his Company. Returning home, he died a few days later, their youngest daughter haven taken the same illness and died, a few days afterward. Needing help with the farm and children,Sarah asked their daughter Suzanna, and son in law, John Handley to run the farm. A few years later, and life having never been the same, Sarah joined her husband in death. The youngest children were raised by the Handleys. The name of the old community of Bear Creek was later changed and named after Suzanna Feagin Handley's and John Handley's youngest daughter, Hortense Handley.

Written by: T. Clarence Porter

AARON FEAGIN Land Office: CAHABA Document Number: 31493Miscellaneous Document Number: Title Authority: CASH ENTRY SALESignature: Y Signature Date: 1837/08/15 Land Description Number: 1Aliquot Parts: W
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In 1839 Aaron married Sarah Ann Merrill (my gg-grandmother), theirchildren were; Suzanna M., b. 1841; William George, b. 1846; Mary E. b.1850; Henry Jackson, b. 1852; Aaron Pierce, b. 1854; James Columbus (myg-grandfather, b. 1855; Martha F., b. 1857; Uriah Gonzales, b. 1859;Sarah E., b. 1862. they moved to Texas in 1857. Aaron's (my gggf) brotherAndrew, his sister Martha, and Suzanne's husband, John Handley moved withthem. Martha was given three slaves by either or both brothers (Aaron andAndrew) after they got to Texas as a parting gift (These are the ones that Cathy Walker has spoken of, see the posted message from Cathy Walker). After coming to Texas, John Handley (Aaron Sarah's son in law)may have been obtained one or more of these slaves after Aaron died inSept. 22, 1863.

Written by T. Clarence Porter

Shortly after Aaron died, John Handley andSuzanna Matilda Feagin Handley moved in to help with the farm, the trading post, and the raising of the smaller children. The larger children got there inheritance when Sarah died on March 10, 1863, but the smaller ones got nothing. The reason I bring this up is, even though your name is Feagin, they could have been owned by John Handley before their release from slavery.

Aaron married Sarah Ann Merrill, daughter of Merrill __________ and Unknown, on 10 Oct 1839 in Covington County, AL.

Sarah was the first woman in the area to ride a horse astride instead of using a side saddle. She would use a side saddle onlly when she dressed up for special occasions.

Children from this marriage were:

48 F i. Suzanna Matilda Feagin was born on 22 Aug 1841 in Covington County, AL and died on 10 Mar 1863 in Covington County, AL.

Suzanna married John A. Handley, son of Irwin (Irving) Handley and Catherine __________5.

49 M ii. William George Feagin was born on 2 Jul 1846 in Covington County, AL.

William married M. C. Pearsons.

50 F iii. Mary E. Feagin was born on 3 Mar 1850 in Covington County, AL and died on 6 Mar 1918 in Polk County, TX.

Mary married John Keithly Butler on 21 Dec 1865 in Polk County, TX.

51 M iv. Henry Jackson Feagin was born on 6 May 1852 in Covington County, AL and died on 26 Dec 1872 in Polk County, TX.

Henry married Esther Roper in 1872 in TX.

52 M v. Aaron Pierce Feagin was born on 1 Jan 1853 in Conecuh County, AL and died on 4 Jul 1920 in Polk County, TX.

Aaron married Mary Elizabeth Rodgers on 14 Dec 1871 in Polk County, TX.

53 M vi. James C. Feagin was born on 21 Sep 1855 in Covington County, AL and died in 1927 in Houston, TX.

James Feagin was a lawyer who worked with the railroad. He often had to deal with the Choctaw Indians in Texas to negotiate railroad paths through their land, etc. He spoke fluent Choctaw and was much revered by that tribe. When he died, Choctaw Indians lined the tracks on both sides when his body was brought home.

James married Nancy Emily Josey, daughter of Josey __________ and Emily J. Beard, on 1 Jan 1880 in Polk County, TX.

54 F vii. Martha Francis Feagin was born on 31 Dec 1859 in Polk County, TX and died on 3 Oct 1863 in Polk County, TX.

55 M viii. Uriah Gonzales Feagin was born on 31 Dec 1859 in Polk County, TX.

Uriah married Amanda C. Lee.

56 F ix. Sarah Elizabeth Feagin was born on 24 Jan 1862 in Polk County, TX and died in Luftkin, TX.

Sarah married William Adams.

11. Richard Feagin (George5, Richardson Sr.1) was born on 2 Dec 1815 in Crawford County, GA and died on 21 Jun 1851 in Covington County, AL.

Land Records - Alabama

Patentee: RICHARDSON FEAGIN Land Office: CAHABA Document Number: 35089 Miscellaneous Document Number: Title Authority: CASH ENTRY SALE Signature: Y Signature Date: 1841/05/20 Land Description Number: 1 Aliquot Parts: E
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Richard married Mary Ann __________ in 1836 in Covington County, AL.

Children from this marriage were:

57 F i. Margarett Feagin was born in 1838.

58 M ii. Andrew Feagin was born in 1839.

59 F iii. Emily Feagin was born in 1841 in Covington County, AL.

60 F iv. Prudence Feagin was born in 1843.

61 M v. George W. Feagin was born in 1845.

George married Mary Norman Williams, daughter of Jeremiah Norman Williams and Mary Eliza Screws.

62 M vi. Thomas Feagin was born in 1847.

63 F vii. Martha Feagin was born in 1849.

12. Andrew Jackson Feagin (George5, Richardson Sr.1) was born on 4 Jul 1816 in Jones County, GA and died on 9 Feb 1881 in Polk County, TX.

The Feagin Graveyard

Contributed by Joan Hallford Hidle Lisa R. Franklin RN, 1996.

T.6N R.17E SEC.34: Feagin Graveyard is unmarked on the County map. It is located several Hun dred yards off County Road 43 at a place where you can see the beginning of an old dirt road o off of 43, in a kudzu patch. It is about a mile west of Rose Hill, AL.

How Did Rose Hill Get It's Name? (by:Gus Bryan)

The village of Rose Hill is located on the old Three Notch Trail just few miles southeast of the Conecuh River at the Junction of the Opp-Dozier road. Varied stories have been told as to how Rose Hill received it's name. One story is that Andrew Jackson gave the place a name as he passed through in 1818. Another story is that an old Negro woman by the name of Rose formerly lived on a hill near the present stores and people began referring to the place as Rose Hill because of this old Negro . Still another story is that a large Dorthy Perkuss (seven sisters) rose bush formerly stood near the site of Widow Colvin's old house and that the name originated because of this rose bush. Still another story is told d that Rose Hill was once called China Hill.

It is impossible to establish a date on which the pioneer settlers moved into Rose Hill community. It has been definitely established that white people were living in the area in the 182 0's. The pioneer settlers came from Georgia, South Carolina, and areas adjacent to the Rose Hill area. No doubt the Three-Notch Road which was blazed in 1818 was used by some of the first settlers. It is presumed that this trail was an old Indian trail probably used by the Indians for hundreds of years previous to 1818. One may travel this route from Columbus, GA. to Pensacola, Fla., without crossing a stream that cannot easily be forded. It is said that friendly Indian scouts guided Jackson over this trail. If this is true,Indians had undoubtedly used this trail earlier. The trail received its name from the method use d in marking it. Three notches were cut on trees or stakes to mark the trail. Another route established early in the history of the area was route crossing Conecuh River about five mile s northeast of Dozier (Bell Bridge, used before1905). This road led south and southeast over the road now known as Possum Trot through the present Rose Hill proper, thence to Searight where it crossed the river the second time. During the early history of the community, settlers traveled to Pensacola, Greenville, Troy, and later to Searight to carry on their annual, or less frequent, trading.

The Rose Hill area was covered with a thick growth of long leaf pine when the first settler moved into it. Large quantities of this timber were cut, rafted, and floated down the Conecuh River in the early history of the community.

ROSE HILL POST OFFICE

The Rose Hill post office was established on December 24, 1855, with Andrew J. Feagin as postmaster. On June 8, 1857, James T. Brady became postmaster, and he was followed by Jefferson C. Mitchell on November 3,1859. After Mitchell server one year, James T. Brady was again appointed the office on Nov.7, 1860, and he served until Oct.9, 1866, when the office was discontinued.

The Rose Hill post office was re-established on March 26, 186, with Elizabeth McLaughlin as postmaster. She served until Feb. 26, 1874, when it was again discontinued. Then on June 23rd , of that year (1874), it was re-established with James K. Thomas as postmaster. Thomas served until January 17, 1876, when he was replaced by William N.Brandon. He in turn was followed by John L. Stewart on May 29, 1878, and Henry Smith, April 24, 1893. On the 13th of June, 1894, the name was changed to Rose Hill and Alexander W. N. Carr became postmaster. Carr was followed by Murdock M. Grant on May 4, 1899; and Willie C. Grant who served from Oct. 19 . 1901 to Feb. 28, 1906 when the post office was discontinued.

PIONEERS OF ROSE HILL

Richard Feagin came to the community in the 1820's. He constructed a log house on the site Mw here Mrs. Mollie Colvin lived in 1950. The Countinghouse contained the original structures wit h additions. Richard Feagin and wife were buried near the site of the old Rose Hill School, which was located about two hundred yards west of the house in which he lived. In the 1820's Darling Dauphin settled near the site where Parker's home burned. Donald Jordan lives on this site today. James Dauphin, his son, and S.A. Dauphin, his grandson, lived in this vicinity during the years that proceeded the Civil War. This house was constructed d by one of the three Dauphins mentioned above, prior to 1850. Archibald Tubberville, a preacher, settled in the vicinity of Rose Hill school in the 1820's . Jesse Tubberville, his son, constructed a house about one and one half miles north of the pr present site of Bernice William's home about the year 1850. It is owned today by Arnold Merrill. Nothing remains of the Tubbervilles house at the present except a few old bricks.

Land Records - Alabama

Patentee: ANDREW FEAGIN Land Office: CAHABA Document Number: 33441 Miscellaneous Document Number: Title Authority: CASH ENTRY SALE Signature: Y Signature Date: 1838/07/28 Land Description Number: 1 Aliquot Parts: SENW Section Number: 28 Township: 6N Range: 17E Block Number: Base Line: ST STEPHENS Total Acres: 40.1600 Fractional Section: N Subsurface Rights Reserved: N Metes and Bounds Description: N Canceled Document: N Multiple Patentee(s): N Multiple Warantee(s): N Accession Number: AL1790__.084 Image Name: 00021199 Volume ID: 061

Andrew married Wineyford Taylor in 1839 in Clarke County, AL.

Children from this marriage were:

64 M i. David L. Feagin (Still Living.)

David married Unknown __________.

16. Samuel Thomas Feagin (Thomas6, Richardson Sr.1) was born on 1 Apr 1822 in Savannah, GA and died on 14 Jul 1884 in Sumter County, GA.

Samuel married Julia Victoria Morel about 1845 in GA.

Samuel next married Harriet A. Johnson on 3 Dec 1848 in Crawford County, GA.

Children from this marriage were:

65 M i. Charles Carroll Feagin was born on 22 Feb 1850 and died on 14 Feb 1914.

Charles married Mary Allen Johnson.

66 M ii. Samuel Thomas Feagin was born in 1854 and died in 1871.

67 M iii. Robert Garnett Feagin was born in 1855 and died in 1871.

Samuel next married Mary Ann Douglas on 2 Feb 1859 in Sumter County, GA.

Children from this marriage were:

68 M i. John Glenn Feagin was born on 17 Nov 1859 in Sumter County, GA and died on 5 Aug 1927 in Sumter County, GA.

John married Naomi Davidson about 1890 in Sumter County, GA.

69 F ii. Tallula Maude Feagin was born on 6 May 1861 in Sumter County, GA and died on 12 Dec 1868 in Sumter County, GA.

70 F iii. Fanny Missouri Feagin was born in 1863 and died in 1932.

71 M iv. Samuel Thomas Feagin was born on 3 Oct 1864 in Sumter County, GA and died on 15 Aug 1871 in Sumter County, GA.

72 F v. Leila Mary Feagin was born in 1865 and died in 1896.

73 M vi. Robert Douglas Feagin Sr. was born on 20 Jun 1879 in Sumter County, GA and died on 16 Nov 1950 in Macon, Bibb County, GA.

Robert married Jeanette Wright, daughter of Elisha Pope Swift Wright and Carrie Ellen Whipple, on 19 Jan 1909 in Macon, Bibb County, GA.

17. Mary Temperance Feagin (Thomas6, Richardson Sr.1) was born on 22 Feb 1824 in Crawford County, GA and died on 22 Sep 1868 in Crawford County, GA.

Mary married Ira Thomas Jordan on 5 Jan 1845 in Crawford County, GA.

Children from this marriage were:

74 F i. Lillie Jordan

75 F ii. Ida Lee Jordan

76 F iii. Nora Jordan

Nora married Lafayette Thornton.

77 M iv. Abry Gunn Jordan was born on 16 Feb 1848 in Society Hill, AL and died on 29 Apr 1931 in Woodland, GA.

Abry married Almira Cole Feagin, daughter of James Madison Feagin Sr. and Almira C. Cole, about 1875.

78 M v. Walter Joshuaway Jordan was born on 29 Nov 1851 in Society Hill, Macon County, AL and died on 6 Jun 1918 in Midway, Bullock County, AL.

Walter married Lilla Green Carlisle.

79 F vi. Mary Alice Jordan was born in 1857 and died on 21 Aug 1919.

Mary married Issac Cheney Thompson.

80 M vii. William Jordan was born on 8 Feb 1861.

20. James Madison Feagin Sr. (Samuel Thomas7, Richardson Sr.1) was born on 27 Feb 1814 in Jones County, GA and died on 23 Nov 1899 in Bullock County, AL.

Abstract from: Dictionary of Alabama History - Volume III, 1921.

"Born Jones County, Georgia. Son of Samuel and Nancy (Wadsworth) Feagin. Samuel was a native of Feaginsville, now Carthage, North Carolina. This was a village named in honor of the family. His mother was a native of Warren County, Georgia. He was the grandson of Richard Feagin, who was born in North Carolina of Irish parentage and in honor of James Wadsworth of English decent, a planter in Jones County, Georgia. Major Feagins father moved from North Carolina to Georgia when a young man, married his first wife who died in 1836 - settling in woods of Bullock County (now Midway). Post Master in his own store until death in 1848. fought against Indians in Alabama. Member of "Cowikee Spies" until 1838. Major conferred on him in 1838. commander of the 2nd Battalion of the 47th Regiment of Alabama Militia. After peace he resumed farming. He married in 1840, Almira C. Cole, daughter of Noah B. Cole, who was born in South Carolina, moved to Covington County where his daughter was born - later settling in Caddo Parrish in Louisianna."

From Memorial Record of Alabama, 1893:

"Major James M. Feagin, oldest of 8 children was reared on a farm and educated in the common schools until death of his mother in 1827. When he stopped school he came to Alabama with his family in 1836. Indian trouble began, a white man killed one of 15 Indians who go drunk at store (Uchee Creeks) came back and killed Mr. John Carter JP; Killed Mr. McKisich and wife. Settlers went to Irwinton (Eufaula) and Clayton for safety. A fort was built and Major Feagin made Sergeant of Company organized to fight Indians. Was mate Lieutenant and scout and pilot for U.S. Troops, 1836. Lt. of Cowihee spies in 1837 belonging to Col. Wilbor. Serve two years; at Three Notch in 1837 when several whites killed at Pea River. Title of Major given in 1838 election to Command 2nd Battalion, 47th Reg; Ala; Militia."

James married Almira C. Cole, daughter of Noah B. Cole and Weltha Taylor, on 11 Dec 1841 in AL.

Children from this marriage were:

81 M i. Samuel Jefferson Feagin was born in 1841 in Bullock County, AL and died on 19 Jul 1862 in Battle Cold Harbour, VA.

82 M ii. Noah Baxter Feagin was born on 7 Jul 1843 in Midway, Barbour County, AL and died after 1880 in Union Springs, AL.

MEMORIAL RECORDS OF ALABAMA, Vol. 2, pg. 261: NOAH B. FEAGIN, mbr. of Birmingham Bar, a native of Barbour co.,Ala. His father was JAMES M. FEAGIN and is a native of Jones Co., Georgia. Moved to Ala. in 1832 and settled near Midway. He was married to Almira Cole, daughter of Noah Cole. SAMUEL T. FEAGIN of N.C. was the grandfather of Noah B. Feagin.

Dictionary of Alabama History, Volume III - 1921:

b. 7 July 1843, Midway, Barbour County, Alabama. Son of Major and Mrs. (Almira) James Madison Feagin. Grandson of Samuel T. Feagin, a native of North Carolina who had nine great uncles in the Revolutionary War. Eight uncles fought in the Continental Army and the other uncle fought on the side of the British. Joined Co. B., 15th Alabama Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. Elnlisted as a private. Promoted to Captain. Fought at Manassas. Wounded 5 times. Served under Stonewall Jackson. Edited the Union Springs Times. Practiced law in 1871. Mayor of Anniston - 1886. Became a Judge. Married 9 February 1876 - Annie Martin Phillips.

Noah married Annie Martin Phillips, daughter of Cyrus Phillips and Elizabeth R. Martin, on 9 Feb 1876 in Midway, Barbour County, AL.

83 M iii. Beauregard Feagin was born in 1846 in Barbour County, AL and died in 1847 in Barbour County, AL.

84 F iv. Martha Eula Feagin was born on 2 Apr 1846 in Midway, AL.

Martha married Calvin W. Fenn.

85 F v. Lavinia G. Feagin was born in 1847.

Lavinia married James M. Kelley.

86 F vi. Weltha Minerva Feagin was born on 11 Aug 1848 and died on 5 Feb 1902 in East Lake, AL.

Weltha married W. H. Morton Dr.

87 F vii. Missouri Amerson Feagin was born in 1850.

Missouri married E. H. Tompkins.

88 M viii. James Madison Feagin Jr. was born on 23 Mar 1854 in Bullock County, AL and died on 27 Dec 1909 in Bullock County, AL.

89 F ix. Almira Cole Feagin was born on 8 Oct 1855 in Midway, AL and died on 31 Mar 1921 in Macon, Bibb County, GA.

Almira married Abry Gunn Jordan, son of Ira Thomas Jordan and Mary Temperance Feagin, about 1875.

90 F x. Mary A. Feagin was born on 14 Jan 1858 in Bullock County, AL and died on 11 May 1858 in Bullock County, AL.

91 F xi. Nancy Dixie Feagin was born about 1860 in AL.

Nancy married Gustavus A. Orum.

92 M xii. George Washington Feagin was born about 1862 in AL and died in Birmingham, AL.

George married Nora Bell Baker on 15 Apr 1896 in AL.

27. Samuel Feagin (Samuel Thomas7, Richardson Sr.1) was born about 1826 in Bullock County, AL and died after 1854 in Bullock County, AL.

Samuel married Julia Merrell about 1853 in AL.

Children from this marriage were:

93 M i. John Richard Feagin was born on 7 Jan 1854 in Bullock County, AL and died on 23 Sep 1854 in Bullock County, AL.

30. Henry G. Feagin (Samuel Thomas7, Richardson Sr.1) was born about 1830 in Jones County, GA and died after 1860 in TX.

From History of Stewart County:

"Henry G. Feagin, b. abt. 1830; Jones Co; GA; moved to Midway, AL; with his father when young. In 1850 at the age of 20, he was living in the 19th district near the John Grimes family. He soon m. Julia Grimes, dau. of John and Eliza. No record in Stewart County. Henry G. Feagin served as Sheriff of Stewart Co; 1866-1871 and lived a J. T. Patterson placein Lumpkin. His wife is said to be buried at Sardis Methodist Church with their son John Samuel. In his later years Henry Feagin went to Texas where some of his children settled and spent the remainder of his life there. When his wife's father John Grimes d. the property was divided between Julia and her brother. Henry G. and his brother-in-law operated a store near the home place. In the 1850 census Henry G. Feagin owned 42 slaves."

Randolph County, Georgia Civil War Records has this:

FEAGIN, Henry G. Elected 2nd Lieutenant at Company F, 1st Regiment, 1st Brigade, Georgia State Troops October 9, 1861. Mustered out April 1862. Elected 1st Lieutenant of Company A, 55th Regiment Georgia Infantry April 25, 1862. Absent without leave December 1862. Deserted at Tazewell, Tennessee in 1862. Dropped from rolls by order of Secretary of War on January 13, 1863.

Henry married Julia A. Grimes, daughter of John Grimes and Eliza Grimes, about 1850 in AL.

Children from this marriage were:

94 M i. Robert Feagin was born about 1852.

95 M ii. Joseph Feagin was born about 1853.

96 F iii. Mary Elizabeth Feagin was born about 1855.

Mary married T.D. Hightower.

97 F iv. Martha Feagin was born about 1857.

Martha married Wycliff Stokes.

98 F v. Jennie Feagin was born about 1859 in AL and died in Americus, Sumter County, GA.

Jennie married W.G. McLane.

99 M vi. John Samuel Feagin was born about 1860 in AL and died about 1860 in Sardis Methodis Church, Lumpkin, AL.

31. Isaac Ball Feagin (Samuel Thomas7, Richardson Sr.1) was born on 17 Jul 1833 in Jones County, GA and died on 2 May 1900.

He was Chief deputy Sheriff, 1854, Barbour County, AL. He was also a probate judge of Bullock County, AL. Democrat, Baptist, Royal Arch Mason; and Member of Ancient Order of United Workmen. Received his education in the old "Field Schools" of Barbour County, Alabama. Assumed the head of the family upon the death of his father, Samuel Feagin in 1847. In 1854 he was elected Deputy Sheriff of Barour County. After serving in this capacity, he entered the mercantile business at Midway. He was one of the originators of the "Midway Guards" during the Civil War. He served as 1st Lieutenant. He eventually entered the C.S.A. at Fort Mitchell where he was elected Captain. Near the close of 1862, he was promoted to Lt. Colonel. Wounded by bursting shell at the Battle of Sharpsburg. Lost right leg at Battle of Gettysburg and was captured. Spent 11 months in Federal prison - eventually exchanged. Colonel Feagin was elected Sheriff of Barbour County in 1866. He was a loyal Democrat, Baptist, Royal Arch Mason, Member of the Ancient Order of United Workmen.

OFFICIAL RECORDS OF THE WAR OF THE REBELLION: VOL. 9, PG. 606, PARA 2:

CAPTAIN ISAAC B. FEAGIN, Co. 'B', 15th Ala. Reg. commended for bravery by R.S.Ewell, Maj. Gen. from Headquarters, 3rd Div., near Somerset Virginia, on 4 Aug, 1862, for action at skirmish at Hundley's Corner, at battle of Gaines Mill and Malvern Hill and skirmish at Westover.

Vol.19, pg 806,shows: I.B.FEAGIN, Capt. of 15th Ala. Reg. under Col. James A. Walker...known as 'Trimbles Brigade.

pg. 972: CAPT. FEAGIN was seriously wounded in the battle, the only Reg. Commander of that Brigade who was not killed or wounded at Sharpsburg. Page 977-11 Oct. 1862 -commanded for gallantry at battle of Sharpsburg.

Vol. 27, pg. 392 sows: 8 Aug, 1863, ref. to battle of Gettysburg, Lt. Col. ISAAC B. FEAGIN, 'A most excellent and gallant officer, received a severe wound in the right knee, which caused him to lose his leg.'

DICTIONARY OF ALABAMA HISTORY, VOL. iii-1921:

FEAGIN, ISAAC BALL, public official. Born 17 Jul 1833, Jones Co., Georgia, died 2 May 1900. Son of SAMUEL -- MARY (BALL) FEAGIN,; grandson of Isaac Ball of Warren Co.,Georgia. Received his education in the old Field Schools of Barbour Co., Alabama. Assumed the head of the family in 1847 upon his father's (SAMUEL) death-he was 14 years old at the time. In 1854 he was elected Chief Deputy Sheriff of Barbour County. After serving in this capacity, he entered the mercantile business at Midway. He was one of the originator of the 'Midway Guards' during the Civil War. He served as 1st Lieutenant. He eventually entered the C.S. Army at Ft. Mitchell where he was elected Captain. Near the close of 1862, he was promoted to Lt.Col. Wounded by bursting shell at the battle of Sharpsburg. Lost right leg at battle of Gettsburg and was captured. Spent 11 months in Federal Prison eventually exchanged. Col.Feagin was elected sheriff of Barbour Co. in 1866 - was a democrat, Baptist, Royal Arch Mason, Mbr. of the Ancient Order of United Workmen. Married 17 Dec.1862 to Sallie Hall, daughter of Joel and Elvira (McKinney) Hall, former planter and slave owner of Warren Co, Georgia and a County Judge of that county. Granddaughter of Samuel Hall, whose father, a native of Ireland came to Georgia with General Oglethorpe. Their Children:

(1) Minnie Lee, deceased,a graduate of Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia. Married 12 Mar 1854 to Sterling Ranier; (2) Harriet Zenobia, married Ernest Lee Blue, a lawyer; (3) Jefferson Davis, superintendent, Kirby Lumber Co.; (4) Joel Daniel, member of the firm 'Feagin Brothers, Merchants', Union Springs, Alabama; (5)Lucy Harries, graduate of Hollins Institute, Virginia; (6) Arthur Henry, Civil Engineer; (7) Clarence, employed by the Government; (8) Isaac Ball, member of the firm 'Feagin Brother's Merchants'; married Maggie Lou Hanson of Union Springs, Ala. 6 Jan. 1904.

Isaac married Sarah Hall, daughter of Joel Hall and Elvira McKinney, on 17 Dec 1862 in AL.

Children from this marriage were:

100 F i. Harriet Zenobia Feagin was born about 1865.

Harriet married Ernest Lee Blue.

101 M ii. James Hall Feagin was born about 1866.

102 M iii. Jefferson Davis Feagin was born in 1867.

103 M iv. Joel Daniel Feagin was born in Feb 1874 in Macon, Bibb County, GA and died in 1910 in Union Springs, AL.

Joel married Mabel Livingston Lightner, daughter of John Mitchell Lightner and Laura Virginia Paulk, about 1898 in AL.

104 F v. Minnie Lee Feagin was born in 1874 and died in 1910.

Minnie married Sterling Price Ranier.

105 F vi. Lucy Harris Feagin was born about 1875.

She was head of Feagin School of Drama and Radio in New York City, NY.

106 M vii. Arthur Henry Feagin was born about 1876.

Arthur married Irene Peach.

107 M viii. Clarence Eugene Feagin was born about 1877.

Clarence married Margaret Ramsey Caldwell.

108 M ix. Isaac Ball Feagin Jr. was born about 1879.

Isaac married Maggie Lou Hanson.

32. James Madison Feagin (Samuel Thomas7, Richardson Sr.1) was born on 14 Feb 1836 in Columbia, SC and died on 15 Dec 1914 in Milwood, TX.

He is buried in Mt. Zion Cemetery between Old Fate and Rockwall. He was an educated man, and was heir to a large tract of land in Alabama. They were Methodist, and farmers. They moved to Texas in 1882.

James married Ella Miriam Statina Watkins on 20 Jan 1876 in Columbia, SC.

Children from this marriage were:

109 M i. Willie Harmon Feagin was born on 9 May 1879 in AL and died on 20 Aug 1936 in Farmersville, TX.

Willie married Ida Ann Dowell on 26 Dec 1899 in McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TX.

110 M ii. Robert Edward Feagin (Still Living.)

Robert married Maude Edna Copeland.

111 F iii. Marjorie Eula Mossella Feagin (Still Living.)

Marjorie married James Thad Edwards.

112 M iv. Hugh Feagin was born on 21 May 1886 in Millwood, TX and died on 20 Jun 1960 in Millwood, TX.

Hugh married Hassie Lee Cope in 1909.

113 M v. Herbert Feagin (Still Living.)

Herbert married Dollie Bates.

33. Daniel Feagin (Samuel Thomas7, Richardson Sr.1) was born in 1837 in Barbour County, AL and died after 1869 in Bullock County, AL.

Daniel married Zilpha Zenobia Danforth, daughter of William Danforth and Unknown, about 1860.

Children from this marriage were:

114 M i. William Francis Feagin was born on 26 Dec 1869 in Midway, Barbour County, AL and died after 1920.

WHO WAS WHO IN AMERICA WITH WORLD NOTABLES, Vol. 5, pg 227: FEAGIN, WILLIAM FRANCIS, educator, born Midway (Conecuh Co.),Ala. Dec 26, 1869, son of DANIEL FEAGIN and Zilpha Zenebia Danforth. He was married to Elizabeth Chapelle Stuart of Jonesboro, Georgia.

WILLIAM FRANCIS FEAGIN, Educator, State Warden General; grandson of GEORGE and Mary (Ball) Feagin, born Dec 26, 1869 at Midway, son of DANIEL and Zilpha Z. (Danforth) Feagin, and of William Danforth of Ball Co., Georgia. The Feagin's are of Irish orgin, locating first in North Carolina. The Danforth Family is Scotch and resided in Columbus, Georgia. Graduated in 1892 from Alabama Polytechnic Institute. He became President of the same school from 1897 to 1903. In 1915 he was appointed to fill the term of H. J. Willingham as Superintendent of Schools. On July 1, 1920, he became State Warden General. Married Feb. 10, 1897 at Jonesboro, Georgia to Elizabeth Chappell, daughter of William B. and Lavinia (Bennett) Stuart. Child: Frances

William married Elizabeth Chapelle Stuart, daughter of William B. Chapelle and Lavinia Bennett, on 10 Feb 1897 in Jonesboro, GA.

34. George Mcintosh Troup Feagin (Henry Samuel Sr.8, Richardson Sr.1) was born on 23 Oct 1830 in Jones County, GA and died on 2 Feb 1901 in Cordele, Crisp County, GA.

George McIntosh Troup Feagin served in the Georgia Legislature. He voted against secession. He is said to be named for two former Georgia Governors. He was a Methodist and is buried in Bonair, Houston County, Georgia.

George married Drupina Smith, daughter of Needham Smith and Ardella __________, on 17 Dec 1854 in GA.

Children from this marriage were:

115 M i. Henry Needham Feagin was born on 18 Sep 1855 in Houston County, GA.

Henry married Emma Banks on 19 Dec 1882 in Culloden, GA.

116 F ii. Mattie Feagin was born on 26 Feb 1857 in Houston County, GA and died on 2 Mar 1857 in Houston County, GA.

117 M iii. William Thomas Feagin Sr. was born on 8 Oct 1858 in Houston County, GA and died on 22 Mar 1937 in Atlanta, GA.

William married Lenora A. Palmer about 1882 in GA.

118 M iv. Robert Banks Feagin was born on 13 May 1860 in Houston County, GA and died on 29 Oct 1874 in Houston County, GA.

119 F v. Unnamed Feagin was born on 12 May 1863 and died on 12 May 1863.

120 F vi. Lena Feagin was born on 3 Apr 1866 in Houston County, GA and died on 8 Dec 1895 in Houston County, GA.

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father's home

father's home

Lena married James Roland Burgess on 18 Jan 1894 in Houston County, GA.

121 F vii. Mamie L. Feagin was born on 3 Aug 1869 in Houston County, GA and died on 3 Jan 1953 in Macon, Bibb County, GA.

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lived at 219 (now 953) High Street in Macon GA, next to the home of Sidney Lanier

Mamie married James Alston Harmon on 16 Dec 1896 in GA.

122 F viii. Alice Feagin was born on 3 Jun 1874 in Houston County, GA and died on 25 Apr 1960 in Atlanta, Fulton County, GA.

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Mother's DAR application says that Grandmother (Alice Feagin) was born in 1873.

was probably born at her parent's home in Bonaire, Houston Co, GA

Alice married Ulysses Virgil Whipple on 4 Jan 1893 in GA.

36. Martha Ann Feagin (Henry Samuel Sr.8, Richardson Sr.1) was born on 12 Jan 1837 and died in 1907 in Evergreen Cemetery, Perry, Houston County, GA.

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as recorded in a newspaper article recorded in Feagin.5

Martha married William Tharpe in 1855 in GA.

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as noted in a newspaper article recorded in Feagin.5

Children from this marriage were:

123 M i. Edward Tharpe was born on 7 Sep 1856.

124 M ii. __________ Tharpe was born on 7 Sep 1856.

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Is this Edward, who was still living at his mother's death in 1907?

125 M iii. James Robert Tharpe was born on 24 Aug 1857 in GA and died on 15 Dec 1858 in Warner Robbins Afb, GA.

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Tombstone in cemetary on Robins AFB behind base chapel #2 on Tenth St reads "Jim, son of Will Matt Tharp, died 15 Dec 1858" per Robins AFB Cemetaries by Richard E Maltais.

126 F iv. Willa Tharpe was born on 14 Oct 1859.

127 F v. Alma Tharpe was born on 4 Apr 1862 and died after 1907.

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was living in Madison at the time of the death of her mother in 1907 according to article recorded in Feagin.5

Alma married H. W. Baldwin.

128 M vi. William D. Tharpe was born in 1864 in GA and died after Feb 1907 in GA.

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lived in Ft. Valley

William was still living at the time of his mother's death in Feb 1907.

129 F vii. Georgia Virginia Tharpe was born in 1867 and died after 1907.

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Virginia or Valeria

Georgia was still living in Houston Co at the time of her mother's death in Feb 1907

Georgia married __________ Ramseur.

130 M viii. Thomas Edwin Tharpe was born in 1870.

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lived in Ft. Valley

131 M ix. Ernest Tharpe was born in 1873 and died after Feb 1907.

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Ernest was still living at the time of his mother's death in Feb 1907.

Ernest married Lucia Reddy.

37. Thomas Richardson Feagin (Henry Samuel Sr.8, Richardson Sr.1) was born on 12 Jul 1838 in Crawford County, GA and died about 1863 in Civil War Battlefield.

Died in Civil War and had one female child according to Mamie's notes. Also, "Cousin Tommie m. Bill Moore, lived Perry + Hawkinsville + several children."

Thomas married Sarah Louise Killen, daughter of John Killen and Margaret __________, about 1861 in GA.

Children from this marriage were:

132 F i. Tommie Feagin was born about 1862.

Tommie married William Moore.

38. Henry Samuel Feagin Jr. (Henry Samuel Sr.8, Richardson Sr.1) was born on 22 Jul 1840.

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was also know as Samuel Henry (from Feagin bible in my possession).

Henry married Jennie Dunklin.

Children from this marriage were:

133 M i. Harry Feagin (Still Living.)

134 M ii. Ned Feagin (Still Living.)

Ned married Lessie __________.

1 Dorothy STURGIS, Pruett Past Present with Feagin, Johnson Connections, (privately published, Macon GA). p178. Surety: 2
2 Jones County, Georgia Marriages 1811 -1850. Surety: 2
3 Conecuh County, Alabama - 1850 Census. Surety: 0
4 1860 Census of Barbour (Russell) County, Alabama #980. Surety: 0
5 Ronald Head, Genealogy as of 14 Nov 1999, (3613 Silver Lane
Montgomery, AL 36106). Surety: 2
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