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FitzSimmons family, ca. 1761-1988

Family of Richard Oscar and Margaret Ellen FitzSimmons
Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1990
on 1 microfilm reel : geneal. tables. ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript collection (photocopy, [14] leaves) loaned for filming by R. W. Fitzsimmons, Mishawaka, Indiana.

Fitzsimmons ancestral families of Richard Wayne Fitzsimmons. He was born in 1917 at Michawaka, St. Joseph County, Indiana, the son of Richard Oscar Fitzsimmons (1873-1941) and Margaret Ellen Gordon Fitzsimmons (1876-1954). He married Margaret Adelia Deal, daughter of Audubon Lincoln and Ruth Elizabeth Deal, at Elkhart, Indiana, in 1941. They have two sons, born 1947-1949 at Mihawaka. Record gives direct line of descent to Thomas FitzSimmons. He was born in 1761 in Cumberland County, Virginia. He was a Revolutionary War soldier in the 1st Virginia line. He married Mary (Polly) Radford, daughter of Richard and Ann Radford, in 1784 in Bedford County, Virginia. They had five children, ca. 1786-1794. He died in 1840 at New Winchester, Hendricks County, Indiana.

Includes "Family of Richard Oscar and Margaret Ellen FitzSimmons" / R. W. FitzSimmons, 1989.

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