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Fagley Fegley-L-request@rootsweb.com

Posted: 24 Dec 1999 4:55AM GMT
Edited: 14 Feb 2002 2:20AM GMT
There is a group studying various spellings
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Fagleys-Feagleys

Posted: 31 Aug 2000 5:27AM GMT
Edited: 30 Jun 2001 5:25PM GMT
Hermon, Our Fagleys were From Blair Co. Pa. -But my earliest ancestor was bn. 1811 in Dauphin Co. Pa. -George Fagley. They settled Later in Snyder Twsp- and Blair Co. Pa. -He had several Farms ,His son was george Lincoln Fagley . Do you see any families that started out in Dauphin Co.?The later generations lived in Grazierville Pa. -George lincoln wed Alice Wolfgang.Please contact me at my E-Mail anytime-Llewellyn Rinald

Fagley - Dauphin Co.

Karen Fyock (View posts)
Posted: 27 Jan 2001 2:46PM GMT
I am looking for Susan Fagley Beck's family in Dauphin County. She was born October 20, 1817, married in 1836 to David Beck. Any help?

Fagleys-1800s

Llewellyn D.Rinald (View posts)
Posted: 27 Jan 2001 5:09PM GMT
I am sorry -This grandfather I really know nothing about his background-He was wed first to an Elizabeth Beyer -But she must have died young -They had only one daughter -Then he Married Susan Miller-They lived their lives on farms in and around Grazierville Pa. ( near Tyrone -George did very well in Farming and had several farms in the Snyder Co. and Blair Co. area-I know that George was bn-1810-1811 -and supossedly in Dauphin C. Pa. There is a Fagleyville in that area that was named for the Family that owned the land -I have no idea if that was Georges family or not ( spelled Feagley -perhaps in earlier times)-Keep me posted -I come down from Georges son George Lincoln Fagley.-Llewellyn

Fagleys

Llewellyn D.Rinald (View posts)
Posted: 29 Jan 2001 10:34AM GMT
Have you checked for a marriage license -They would not have let a daughter wed without some form of Banns or at least a church record -Do you know what faith they were? check for Old churches in the region .-I will look also -Llewellyn

Fagley , George genealogy

Posted: 8 Jun 2001 12:58PM GMT
Edited: 29 Jun 2001 11:28PM GMT
I am descended from George Fagley of Little Rock, PA through his daughter Francis Fagley who married John Kleber. She was my great grandmother. She was born in PA, March 20, 1867. There is a chance her father's name had been spelled Jorge because it is noted as J. Fagley on her death certificate. We do not have her mother's maiden name. The 1880 census gives his wife as Mary A. 41, anc children as Joseph, Mary, John, Fannie (my Francis), Clarra, Alfred, and Marton. Francis said she was thirteen or fourteen when they moved from PA to Arkansas. That would place their move around 1880 or obviously a little earlier.

Does this mean anything to you. Do the children's names match any of your family given names? I am eager to learn her mother's name and from whom George descends.
Can you help me?
You may email me at selvidgegenehunter@hotmail.com. Thanks in advance.

Fagley , George genealogy

Posted: 8 Jun 2001 12:58PM GMT
Edited: 29 Jun 2001 11:28PM GMT
I am descended from George Fagley of Little Rock, PA through his daughter Francis Fagley who married John Kleber. She was my great grandmother. She was born in PA, March 20, 1867. There is a chance her father's name had been spelled Jorge because it is noted as J. Fagley on her death certificate. We do not have her mother's maiden name. The 1880 census gives his wife as Mary A. 41, anc children as Joseph, Mary, John, Fannie (my Francis), Clarra, Alfred, and Marton. Francis said she was thirteen or fourteen when they moved from PA to Arkansas. That would place their move around 1880 or obviously a little earlier.

Does this mean anything to you. Do the children's names match any of your family given names? I am eager to learn her mother's name and from whom George descends.
Can you help me?
You may email me at selvidgegenehunter@hotmail.com. Thanks in advance.
Posted: 8 Jun 2001 1:17PM GMT
Edited: 30 Jun 2001 5:25PM GMT
Darlene -This does not match any of our Fagleys that I know of -But let me keep your Info and as I look I will let you know if I find a connection -Our Earliest Fagley was bn. in 1811 and The son Is myGt.Grandfather ( his background ,I know well ) The only ither wife that I know of the earlier one is Elizabeth Beyers. -She died shortly after th of her Daughter.-Will keep you in mind!-Llewellyn

Re: Fagleys-1800s

Margaret (View posts)
Posted: 1 Jun 2005 3:08PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello, I have some information that might be helpful to you. There was a small town called Feagleyville. It is now known as Lancaster, PA. The exact location is N.Prince St and Clay St. I think there is a new stadium there. This was owned by John Feagley, and there was also a town church.
I hope this helps!

Margaret Feagley

Re: Fagley

Posted: 20 Nov 2007 7:53PM GMT
Classification: Query
Do you have any records of any Fagleys (Fegley, Voegeli) that migrated west to Clarion/Armstrong/Venango Counties in PA? My 3 great grandfather was John Fagley (born 1795/96) and his daughter, Sarah Fagley (1833 - 1898 - married to George Washington Conrad Wile) is my 2 great grandmother. When I found the record of Sarah's marriage to George at St. Paul's Reformed Church in Clarion Co. it had her maiden name spelled Voegeli. Any info would really be appreciated.
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