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Source for:   Grey Bynum Fancher,   12 JAN 1791 - 2 JAN 1876         Index

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Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005

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Text:   Children of RICHARD (2) and SARAH FANCHER are:
10. i. ALEXANDER3 FANCHER, b. 1795 Stokes County, North Carolina; d. 1840 Osage, Arkansas.
11. ii. ISSAC FANCHER, b. 1788, Stokes County, North Carolina; d. November 13, 1840, Coles County, Illinois.
12. iii. JAMES FANCHER, b. January 26, 1790, Stokes County, North Carolina; d. June 8, 1866, Osage, Arkansas.
13. iv. GREY BYNUM FANCHER, b. January 12, 1791, Stokes County, North Carolina; d. January 2, 1876, Hill County, Texas.
14. v. THOMAS HAMPTON FANCHER, b. January 24, 1799, Stokes County, NorthCarolina; d. April 5, 1884, Fancher's Mill, Tennessee.
vi. PATSEY FANCHER MILLER, b. 1786; d. 1840, Illinois; m. JOHN MILLER on August 21, 1804.
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Text:   13. GREY BYNUM FANCHER, b. January 12, 1791, Stokes County, North Carolina; d. January 2, 1876, Hill County, Texas. He married (1) CELIA MATLOCK FANCHER 1817 in Overton County, Tennessee. He married (2) SARAH ANN DANIELS FANCHER September, 1829.

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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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Text:   Children of RICHARD (2) and SARAH FANCHER are:
10. i. ALEXANDER3 FANCHER, b. 1795 Stokes County, North Carolina; d. 1840 Osage, Arkansas.
11. ii. ISSAC FANCHER, b. 1788, Stokes County, North Carolina; d. November 13, 1840, Coles County, Illinois.
12. iii. JAMES FANCHER, b. January 26, 1790, Stokes County, North Carolina; d. June 8, 1866, Osage, Arkansas.
13. iv. GREY BYNUM FANCHER, b. January 12, 1791, Stokes County, North Carolina; d. January 2, 1876, Hill County, Texas.
14. v. THOMAS HAMPTON FANCHER, b. January 24, 1799, Stokes County, NorthCarolina; d. April 5, 1884, Fancher's Mill, Tennessee.
vi. PATSEY FANCHER MILLER, b. 1786; d. 1840, Illinois; m. JOHN MILLER on August 21, 1804.

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Text:   Children of RICHARD (2) and SARAH FANCHER are:
10. i. ALEXANDER3 FANCHER, b. 1795 Stokes County, North Carolina; d. 1840 Osage, Arkansas.
11. ii. ISSAC FANCHER, b. 1788, Stokes County, North Carolina; d. November 13, 1840, Coles County, Illinois.
12. iii. JAMES FANCHER, b. January 26, 1790, Stokes County, North Carolina; d. June 8, 1866, Osage, Arkansas.
13. iv. GREY BYNUM FANCHER, b. January 12, 1791, Stokes County, North Carolina; d. January 2, 1876, Hill County, Texas.
14. v. THOMAS HAMPTON FANCHER, b. January 24, 1799, Stokes County, NorthCarolina; d. April 5, 1884, Fancher's Mill, Tennessee.
vi. PATSEY FANCHER MILLER, b. 1786; d. 1840, Illinois; m. JOHN MILLER on August 21, 1804.


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Source for:   Sara Fancher,   1826 -          Index

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Text:   iv. SARAH FANCHER, b. 1826, ?; d. Unknown.


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Source for:   Thomas Hampton Fancher,   24 JAN 1799 - 5 APR 1884         Index

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Text:   Date of Import: 18 Apr 2005

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Text:   14. THOMAS HAMPTON5 FANCHER, was born January 24, 1799 in Stokes County, North Carolina, and died April 5, 1884 in Fancher's Mill , Tennessee. He married (1) MARGARET OFFICER FANCHER 1820 Overton County, Tennessee. He married (2) SUSAN ANN OFFICER FANCHER February 16, 1840 in White County, Tennessee. He married (3) ELIZA HANNAH BRYAN February 16, 1854 in Sparta, Tennessee.

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Text:   81. Thomas Hampton4 Fancher (Richard3, David2, Richard1), born in Stokes County, N. C., 24 Jan. 1799, died in Fancher's Mills, White County, Tenn., 5 April 1884. He married, first, in Overton County, Tenn., after 1820, Margaret Officer, born after 1800; secondly, in White County, Tenn., 16 Feb. 1840, Susan Ann Officer, daughter of James and Nancy (Matlock) Officer, born in White County, Tenn., in 1818and died there 31 May 1850, being a cousin of his first wife; m., Thirdly, in sparta, 16 Feb. 1854, Eliza Hannah Bryan, daughter of William L. and Leah (Lewis) Bryan, b. in White County, and d. in Clarktown Springs, Tenn., Nov. 1884. He lived in Overton County until 1843, in Osage, Ark., until 1846 and White County, Tenn., until his death. Hew was a Mason, in Sparta, Tenn., lodge.
Thomas Hampton Fancher was tall and slender, a born fighter and uncompromising. He had only six months of schooling, his only fook for reading was the Bible, yet he became able to read, write and transact all his business. He was in law cases and carried three cases to the state supreme court. The Civil War left him with only an unfenced an unstocked farm and a mill , but after the war he made a good living. Fancher acquired a mill property ten miles west of Sparta, Tenn., in 1856 and rebuilt the mill. The mill was burned in 1858 and a miller, who had a mill four miles away, was set to the penitentiary for the burning, grain having been stolenfrom the mill and the property burned, all to discourage competition.The great 18 foot water wheel was saved and the mill was rebuilt.
On the death of Thomas Hampton Fancher, his son operated the mill until 1912, then it was conveyed to Thomas H. Fancher Jr., who was the owner until 1936 and in 1941 it came into the possession of the latter's son, James Donald Fancher. Thomas H. Fancher had a negro slave, John, who fought in the Union Army. Fancher was named for a silver smith, Thomas Hampton, whomhe greatly admired. Several children by his first wife died in infancey.

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