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Source for:   Nancy Fowler,    -          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:   Lou Gregg,   ABT 1841 -          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:   Ephraim Fancher,   9 SEP 1763 - AFT 1830         Index

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Text:   Ephraim3 Fancher (Richard2 Richard1), born in Roxbury, N. J., 9 Sept. 1763, died in Indiana after 1830. He married in New Jersy Margaret Nitzer, born berween 1760 and 1770 and died in Indiana after 1830. He bought land in sussex County, N. J., in 1794 and 1797. Ephraim Fancher lived near Canajoharie, N. Y., about 1800. Some time after marriage he moved to the Mohawk Valley, N. Y., near Canajoharie and in March 1807 went to Montrose, Pa. Ephraim and his sons Richare and David Subsequently moved to Indiana where Ephraim and his wife died.


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Source for:   John Fancher,   24 FEB 1786 - 11 SEP 1884         Index

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Text:   66. John4 Fancher (Ephraim3 Richard2, Richard1), born in Sussex County, N. J., 24 Feb. 1786, died in Montrose, Pa., 11 Sept. 1884. He married, in Bridgewater, Pa., 20 Sept. 1810, Phoebe Coon, born in Bramtrim, Pa., 7 Sept. 1793 and died in Bridgewater 24 April 1857. John Fancher was a Farmer. He served in the War of 1812, being in Capt. Frederick Bailey's Company, Lieut. Col. James Montgomery's Regiment, Pa. Militia, Discharged at Davisville, 22 Nov. 1814. With his father and Uncle Benjamin he went to Bridgewater in March 1807 and later became one of the early settlers of Montrose. At the age of 98 he was killed by accident when a ple of wood fell on him. He and his wife were Baptists.

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Text:   66. John4 Fancher (Ephraim3 Richard2, Richard1), born in Sussex County, N. J., 24 Feb. 1786, died in Montrose, Pa., 11 Sept. 1884. He married, in Bridgewater, Pa., 20 Sept. 1810, Phoebe Coon, born in Bramtrim, Pa., 7 Sept. 1793 and died in Bridgewater 24 April 1857. John Fancher was a Farmer. He served in the War of 1812, being in Capt. Frederick Bailey's Company, Lieut. Col. James Montgomery's Regiment, Pa. Militia, Discharged at Davisville, 22 Nov. 1814. With his father and Uncle Benjamin he went to Bridgewater in March 1807 and later became one of the early settlers of Montrose. At the age of 98 he was killed by accident when a ple of wood fell on him. He and his wife were Baptists.


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Source for:   Phoebe Coon,   7 SEP 1793 - 24 APR 1857         Index

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Text:   66. John4 Fancher (Ephraim3 Richard2, Richard1), born in Sussex County, N. J., 24 Feb. 1786, died in Montrose, Pa., 11 Sept. 1884. He married, in Bridgewater, Pa., 20 Sept. 1810, Phoebe Coon, born in Bramtrim, Pa., 7 Sept. 1793 and died in Bridgewater 24 April 1857. John Fancher was a Farmer. He served in the War of 1812, being in Capt. Frederick Bailey's Company, Lieut. Col. James Montgomery's Regiment, Pa. Militia, Discharged at Davisville, 22 Nov. 1814. With his father and Uncle Benjamin he went to Bridgewater in March 1807 and later became one of the early settlers of Montrose. At the age of 98 he was killed by accident when a ple of wood fell on him. He and his wife were Baptists.


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Source for:   Rufus Fancher,   29 AUG 1757 - 29 NOV 1831         Index

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Text:   Rufus was a farmer, or yeoman, by Broome County land records vol. 2, p. 108. Following the Revolution he probably went, with his father,to near Harpersfield, Delaware County, N. y. and settled. He was in Chenango, Toga County, 4 June 1804, according to record of land transfers (Broome Co. records vol. 1, p. 131.) and was living in Windsor, Broome County, 13 Dec. 1808. His home was burned about 1800 to 1805 and his army discharge papers destroyed.
   
Rufus lost all the fingers of one hand, and had a sore on one leg pronouced incurable, caused by the bite of a swine while in the Revolutionary service.
   
"Conecticut Men in the Revolution" gives his record as follow:Rufus Fancher was in Captain Wright's Company, Col. Philip Burr Bradley's Fifth Conn. Line Regiment (Lieut. Col. Matthew Mead of Norwalk Conn.,), Joined April 20, 1777, for three years. Discharged Apr. 20, 1780 Rendezvous--Danbury. Was on the Hudson at Peeksville; at Battle of Germantown; wintered at Valley Forg, 1777-78; wintered at Redding, Conn., (now Putnam Park) 1778-79; at the Battle of Monmouth and the Battle of Whit Plains; wintered at Morristown 1779-80. Recieved a pension. Was on the Conn. list in 1818, and residing in New York state. Was probably at Harpersfield, Montgomery Co. (now Delaware Co.) for 1790 census, with 1 male over 16. 1 male under 16 and 1 female. In 1800 census was probably in town of Chenango (Tioga Co.) with 1 male 10 and under 16; 1 Male 45 and over (other male records illegible). 1 female, 45 and over.
   
He enlisted in 1776 in company cmmanded by Abraham Bradley 3rd., in regiment commanded by Colonel Gay of the Continental line (Conn. troops). Served nine months, and discharged at or near White Plains N. Y. Enlisted 26 April 1777 at Litchfield, Conn., in the Continental Establishment under Capt. Joseph Allen Wright in Col. Bradley's Regiment in the brigae of general Huntington. Served full time and discharged at Morristown. N. J. -(Rec. from Conn. Rev. Records-Pension Records, Wash., D. C.; Plymouth, Conn., Ch. records; Delaware County Land Records.)