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Source for:   Jane Lansden,   1849 - 1884         Index

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Text:   167. James Alexander Polk5 Fancher (Thomas Hampton,4 Richard3, Benjamin2, Richard1), Born in Overton County, Tenn., 26 Feb. 1841, died in Fancher's Mills Tenn., 13 June 1912. He married first, in Fancher's Mills in 1967, Jane Lansen, daughter of Rev. James K. and James (Simpson) Lansden, born in Jackson County, Tenn., in 1849 and died in Fancher's Mills in October 1884; married, secondly, in Fancher's Mills in October 1884, Lavina Trigg Lansden, sister of his first wife, born in Jackson County 5 March 1851 and died in Fancher's Mills 31 Dec. 1903.
James A. Fancher was educated at Cumberland Institute. He served in the Civil War as as private as private in Co. K, 16th Tennessee Regiment, and Co. F, Third U. S. Infantry, and was for a time in the prison at Rock Island, Ill. He was a Presbyterian and a Mason.


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Source for:   Lavina Trigg Lansden,   5 MAR 1851 - 31 DEC 1903         Index

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Text:   167. James Alexander Polk5 Fancher (Thomas Hampton,4 Richard3, Benjamin2, Richard1), Born in Overton County, Tenn., 26 Feb. 1841, died in Fancher's Mills Tenn., 13 June 1912. He married first, in Fancher's Mills in 1967, Jane Lansen, daughter of Rev. James K. and James (Simpson) Lansden, born in Jackson County, Tenn., in 1849 and died in Fancher's Mills in October 1884; married, secondly, in Fancher's Mills in October 1884, Lavina Trigg Lansden, sister of his first wife, born in Jackson County 5 March 1851 and died in Fancher's Mills 31 Dec. 1903.
James A. Fancher was educated at Cumberland Institute. He served in the Civil War as as private as private in Co. K, 16th Tennessee Regiment, and Co. F, Third U. S. Infantry, and was for a time in the prison at Rock Island, Ill. He was a Presbyterian and a Mason.


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Source for:   Nannie Irene Brown,   15 MAR 1870 -          Index

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Text:   168. Thomas Hampton5 Fancher (Thomas Hampton4, Richard3, David2, Richard1), born in Fancher's Mills, Tenn., 26 Nov. 1867, died in Sparta, Tenn., 15 March 1936. He married , in Newark, Tenn., 5 Feb. 1893, Nannie Irene Brown, daughter of Samuel and Rebecca (Henry) Brown, born in Newark 15 May 1870. He was a farmer and merchant, educated at Cumberland Institue and Doyle College and operated a tourist camp at Spart.
Children, six born in Fancher's Mills and last two in Sparta, Tenn.


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Source for:   John Fancher,   1786 - BEF 1860         Index

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Text:   John 4 Fancher (Isaac3, David2, Richard1), born in Tennessee 1786, died in Parrottsville, Tenn., before 1860. He married, probably, Nancy ----------, born in Tennessee in 1797. He served in the War of 1812, being in the Second Regiment, Mounted Gunmen (Brown's), East Tennesse Volunteers, and was discharged at Fort Williams because of disablity. Census records state he was born in 1793, but family records make him the oldest child in his family, born by 1786.


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Source for:   David Akon Fancher,   22 FEB 1822 -          Index

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Text:    169. David Akon5 Fancher (John4, Isaac3, David2, Richard1), born in Tennessee 22 Feb. 1822 was living in Parrottsville, Tenn., by the census of 1860. He married, first, Malinda ---------, born in Tennessee in 1827 and died in Cocke County about 1853; married, secondly, Nancy Fowler.


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Source for:   Isaac Payne Fancher,   1830 -          Index

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Text:   170. Isaac Payne5 Fancher (John4, Isaac3, David2, Richard1) was born in Cocke County, Tenn., in 1830; m. Lou Gregg, daughter of William Gregg ( the 1860 census calls the wife Margaret S., age 19, b. in Tenn.).


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Source for:   Malinda,   1827 - ABT 1853         Index

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Text:    169. David Akon5 Fancher (John4, Isaac3, David2, Richard1), born in Tennessee 22 Feb. 1822 was living in Parrottsville, Tenn., by the census of 1860. He married, first, Malinda ---------, born in Tennessee in 1827 and died in Cocke County about 1853; married, secondly, Nancy Fowler.