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Fanning, Fannin, Fannon and Haven families : from court records, Bible records & other given sources

Bonnie S. Ball
Books/Monographs
English
Big Stone Gap, Virginia : B.S. Bell, 1986
55 leaves : ill., geneal. tables.

Notes

Photocopy of the original, 2006.

Includes bibliographic references.

Includes Sage, Glass, Duncan, Weatherly, Sproles, Betwell and other related families.

Includes manuscript additions.

Benoni Fanning (1681-1713) the only son of John Fanning and his wife, was born in Charles County, Maryland. He married Hannah, who later married John Philipps after his death. His legal heirs were John Fanning and James Fanning. John Fanning (d.1746) married Mary, the widow of Philip Tipett. They lived in St. Mary's County, Maryland. Includes Brian Fanning (d.1665) of Amelia County, Virginia and his descendants are located in Virginia, Washington, South Carolina and various other places.

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