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Source for:   Margaret Catherine Fancher,   6 AUG 1835 - 1909         Index

Name source:    S55654
Page:   351

Text:   viii. MARGARET CATHERINE FANCHER KENNNER, b. August 6, 1835; d. 1909, Carroll County, Arkansas.


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Source for:   Henrietta Fancher,   23 JAN 1838 - ABT 1925         Index

Name source:    S55654
Page:   351

Text:   ix. HENRIETTA FANCHER DICKERSON, b. January 23, 1838;d. November 7, 1867, Carroll County, Arkansas.


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Source for:   Sarah Ann Daniels,   1807 - 1868         Index

Name source:    S2034
Page:   51, 52

Text:   79. Frey Bynum4 Fancher (Richard3, David2, Richard1), born in Stokes County, N. C., 12 Jan. 1791, died in Hill County, Texas, 2 Jam. 1876. He married, first, in Overton County, 17 Aug. 1817, Celia Matlock, daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Matlock, botn after 1794; and m., secondly, 9 Sept. 1829, Sarah Ann Daniels, Daughter of Bazil Daniels, of Tennessee, born in North Carolina in 1807, and died in 1868. Bynum and his bother Isaac were in Clark County, Ill., in 1830, according to records of land transfers. Bynum was a farmer and served as an officer in the Black Hawk War. Born in North Carolina he went to Overton County, Tenn., about 1806; to Coles County, Ill., about 1823; to Carroll County, Ark., about 1842 and to Texas about 1843. He is said to have been a friend of President Lincoln. He had fourteen children, nearly all probably born in Illinois, of which eleven were living in 1892.


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Source for:   George M. Dallas Fancher,   9 NOV 1846 - 9 SEP 1847         Index

Name source:    S55654
Page:   351 & 352

Text:   xi. GEORGE N. DALLAS FANCHER, b. November 9, 1846; d. September 9, 1847, Carroll County, Arkansas.


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Source for:   James Knox Polk Fancher,   13 OCT 1842 - 16 OCT 1924         Index

Name source:    S55654
Page:   351

Text:   x. JAMES POLK FANCHER (BLACK POLK), b. October13, 1842.

Name source:    S2034
Page:   97, 98

Text:   161. James Polk5 Fancher (James4, Richard3, Benjamin2, Richard1), born in Osage, Ark., 13 Oct 1842, died in Berryville, Ark., 16 Oct. 1924. He married in Boone County, Ark., 2 July 1869 Susan E. Crump, daughter of John Grey and Eliza (Watkins) Crum, born in Mt. Pleasant, Ky., 22 Feb. 1845; d. in Berryville 11 April 1884.
James Polk Fancher served as sergeant in Co. E. 1st Ark. Bat. Cavalry and Infantry, in the Confederate Army during the Civil War, enlisting in March 1861 and surrendered in June 1865. He was elected circuit clerk 1872-1876; was a representative in teh state legislature in 1885; United States Special Indian Deportation and Disbursing Agent 1888 and 1889; County Clerk 1892-1898 and county judge in 1920. He sought to secure compensation from the United States government for the survivors of the Mountain Meadow Massacre of 1857. Lawyer and member Masons, Knight Templar, I.O. O. F., K. of P., and W. O. W.
Children, born in Carroll County, Ark.:
i. Flemie F.,6 b. in Osage, 2 April 1870; d. Osage 2 July 1871.
ii. Joseph Smith, b. in Osage, 23 Nov. 1871; d. Little Rock, Ark., 15 May 1938; m. in Green Forest, Ark., 10 March 1903, Cliffie C. Ramsey; served as corporal in Co. K, 2nd Ark. Regiment, in Spanish War. Farmer. Employed by Maryland Gas and Oil Co., Little Rock. Eight children.
iii. Alice Barnes, b. in Carrollton, 27 April 1874; d. in Las Animas, Colo., 4 May 1933; m. (1) in 1891, John D. Arnette; m. (2) in 1918 Harold Smallwood. Five children by first husband.
iv. Grace, b. in Berryville, 10 Aug 1877; d. there 12 Aug. 1879.
v. Mary Gerthude, b. in Berryville, 21 Sept. 1880; m. in Green Forest, 25 Nov. 1903, William A. Spalding. Six children.
vi. James Polk (Twin), b. in Berryville, 8 June 1883; d. there 22 Sept. 1883.
vii. John knox (Twin, b. in Berryville, 8 June 1883; d. there 30 Sept., 1883


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Source for:   Flemie F. Fancher,   2 APR 1870 - 2 JUL 1871         Index

Name source:    S2034
Page:   97, 98

Text:   161. James Polk5 Fancher (James4, Richard3, Benjamin2, Richard1), born in Osage, Ark., 13 Oct 1842, died in Berryville, Ark., 16 Oct. 1924. He married in Boone County, Ark., 2 July 1869 Susan E. Crump, daughter of John Grey and Eliza (Watkins) Crum, born in Mt. Pleasant, Ky., 22 Feb. 1845; d. in Berryville 11 April 1884.
James Polk Fancher served as sergeant in Co. E. 1st Ark. Bat. Cavalry and Infantry, in the Confederate Army during the Civil War, enlisting in March 1861 and surrendered in June 1865. He was elected circuit clerk 1872-1876; was a representative in teh state legislature in 1885; United States Special Indian Deportation and Disbursing Agent 1888 and 1889; County Clerk 1892-1898 and county judge in 1920. He sought to secure compensation from the United States government for the survivors of the Mountain Meadow Massacre of 1857. Lawyer and member Masons, Knight Templar, I.O. O. F., K. of P., and W. O. W.
Children, born in Carroll County, Ark.:
i. Flemie F.,6 b. in Osage, 2 April 1870; d. Osage 2 July 1871.
ii. Joseph Smith, b. in Osage, 23 Nov. 1871; d. Little Rock, Ark., 15 May 1938; m. in Green Forest, Ark., 10 March 1903, Cliffie C. Ramsey; served as corporal in Co. K, 2nd Ark. Regiment, in Spanish War. Farmer. Employed by Maryland Gas and Oil Co., Little Rock. Eight children.
iii. Alice Barnes, b. in Carrollton, 27 April 1874; d. in Las Animas, Colo., 4 May 1933; m. (1) in 1891, John D. Arnette; m. (2) in 1918 Harold Smallwood. Five children by first husband.
iv. Grace, b. in Berryville, 10 Aug 1877; d. there 12 Aug. 1879.
v. Mary Gerthude, b. in Berryville, 21 Sept. 1880; m. in Green Forest, 25 Nov. 1903, William A. Spalding. Six children.
vi. James Polk (Twin), b. in Berryville, 8 June 1883; d. there 22 Sept. 1883.
vii. John knox (Twin, b. in Berryville, 8 June 1883; d. there 30 Sept., 1883