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Source for:   Thomas Fancher,   1745 - AFT 1815         Index

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Page:   xi. THOMAS FANCHER, b. 1745.

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Text:   4. THOMAS4 FANCHER (William1), born in Branford, Conn., in 1745, a twin of Lemuel Fancher, was living as late as 22 Aug. 1815 in Rich field, N. Y., where he was styled a farmer and yeoman. He married, in Northbury, Conn., 30 July 1765, OLIVE DUNBAR. He removed to Whitestown, N. Y., and was there for the census of 1790.
   
Thomas Fancher also served in the Revolution. Connecticut Public Records, vol. 1, p. 278, state Thomas Fancher was established enign in 17th Company, or Train Band, in the 10th Regiment, in May 1777. The same records, vol. 2, p. 532, state Thomas Fancher wasappointed Lieutenant in the Fifth Company, or Train Band, in the 28th Regiment of Conecticut, 13 April 1780. The Bureau of Pensions, Department of the Interior, at Washington, D. C., states Thomas Fancher of Plymouth, Conn., was a captain in the Revolution in June 1780, under an officer of the name of Richards. He was on a committee to look after the families of the soldiers in the field during the revolution. His name appears on a bronze tablet in the Kirkland Ave. Cemeter, Clinton, N. Y., erected in 1937 by the D. A. R.
   
Thomas Fancher was elected a deacon of the Congregational Church in Clinton, N. Y., and served from 1781 to 1797. The Congregational Church records of Plymouth state that previously he was chosen to assist in tuning the psalms 2 Aug. 1768 and chosen chorister there in 1776.
   
According to church records Thomas Fancher had a child die February 2, between January 1766 and January 11768, which may have been a twin of his son Adin.


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Source for:   Thankful Fancher,    -          Index

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Page:   349

Text:   xii. THANKFUL FANCHER, b. Unknown.


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Source for:   Ithiel Fancher,   29 MAR 1748 - ABT 1802         Index

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Page:   349

Text:   xiii. ITHIEL FANCHER, b. Unknown.

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Page:   11, 12

Text:   5. Ithiel3 Fancher (William1) was born in Northbury, now Plymouth, Conn., 291748 and died, probably, in Bisto., Conn., about 1802-1810. He married, first, in Northbury, 24 Nov. 1774, Mary Hull, who was born in 1755 and died in Northbury 22 Nov.. 1793. He married, secondly, MAMMARA (SPENCER) GAYLORD, daughter of Joseph and Mary (Jerome) Spencer and sidow of William Garylord (Bristol land records vol. 10, p. 552.) Hew was alive in Watertown, Conn., in 1790 and in Plymouth in February 1798.
   
Ithiel Fancher, with his brothers John and Thomas (Conn. Archives, Military Papers, 2nd series, vol. 11.) was in a military company organized in Waterbury 7 March 1775. With his brotherJohn was among the Minute Men and Volunteers who offered their services 4 July 1776; was of Captain Jotham Curtis Company from Plymouth; was in Capt. Robert Martin's Company, Col. Increase Moseley's Regiment, 9th Conn. Reg. of Militia, in 1778; was on duty on the Hudson river around Peekskill and Crown Point (Conn. Men in the Rev.); was in Capt. Hotham Curtis' Company,with brother John, 5 July 1779, in New Haven, to repel attack of General Tryon.
   
With his brother John was on the list of incorporators of Northbury, now Plymouth, in 1795. Was executor of last will of his brother John. He sold land in Plymouth in February 1798.
   
Ithiel, beomg imder age wjem jos fatjer died, had chosen his brother Hohn as his guardian.


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Source for:   Veal Fancher,   21 SEP 1751 - 11 MAY 1754         Index

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Page:   349 & 350

Text:   xiv. VEAL FANCHER, b. September 21, 1257, Northbury, Connecticut; d. May 11, 1754, Northbury, Connecticut.


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Source for:   Sarah,    -          Index

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Page:   350

Text:   7. DAVID FANCHER (DAVID FAUCHER1 (1)) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married SARAH FANCHER.