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A quest for enslaved ancestors : the extended family of Griffin Fountain of Virginia and North Carolina

by Barnetta McGhee White
Books/Monographs
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c2002
viii, 213 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, map, ports.

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Griffin Fountain was born in 1858 in Cluster Springs, Halifax County, Virginia. His parents were Robert Fountain (ca. 1814-1862) and Clara Carrington. He married Jane Woody, putative daughter of Buckley Walker and Mary Woody, 9 January 1878 in Person County, North Carolina. They had six children. He was born a slave but he died a freed man in 1919. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in North Carolina.

Bibliography: p. 207-211

Includes Crowder, McGhee, Hicks, Tatum, Nunnally, McMillan and related families.

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