Source

Source for:   Glenda Fuller,    -          Index

Name source:    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005


Source

Source for:   Franklin Arellano,    -          Index

Name source:    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005

_FA1    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005


Source

Source for:   Jenny,    -          Index

Name source:    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005

Birth source:    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005


Source

Source for:   Ben Hosko,    -          Index

Name source:    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005


Source

Source for:   Sarah Jordan,    -          Index

Name source:    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005


Source

Source for:   Jacquelyn G. Oakley,    -          Index

Name source:    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005


Source

Source for:   Fitzgerald,    -          Index

Name source:    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005


Source

Source for:   Sean Fitzgerald,    -          Index

Name source:    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005


Source

Source for:   William SWANSON,   ABT 1875 -          Index

Name source:    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005

Birth source:    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005


Source

Source for:   Joe Carollo,    -          Index

Name source:    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005


Source

Source for:   Joann Camp,    -          Index

Name source:    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005


Source

Source for:   John Fancher,   1811 - 1895         Index

Name source:    S2465
Page:   87,181 & 182

Text:   John "Piney Alex" Fancher made at least two trips across the country from Missouri to the West. He moved to California in 1849, was in San Diego in I850 and Monterey County , in 1880. Mr. Fancher registered the first Cattle brand (Connected JF) in Tulare County, California, December 17, 1852. Fancher Creek in what is now Fresno County was named after him.
   
On another trip out west, Mr. Fancher and his son, James K. P. drove wagons and a large herd of cattle and horses across the New Mexicao Territory, now Arizona. They had started in 1857 from Missouri with the ill fated wagon train whichwas massacred at Mountain Meadows, Utah, but separated and took a more southerly route.
   
John Fancher was born about 1811 in Tennessee, probably Overton County and died about 1895. He married August 8, 1837 in Coles County, Illinois, to Ann Mariah Smith, Born 1822, Kentucky.

Name source:    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005

Name source:    S55654
Page:   351 & 354

Text:   21. i. JOHN FANCHER (PINEY6 ALEX), b. 1811, Overton County, Tennessee; d. 1895, California. He married ANN MARIAH SMITH FANCHER August 10, 1837 in Coles County, Illinois.

Birth source:    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005

Death source:    S50304

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005