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Looking for the descendants of John Fletcher of N.C. and V.A and limes...

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Looking for the descendants of John Fletcher of N.C. and V.A and limestone and madison county and northern alabama/tn.

Surnames: FLETCHER
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on 2004-08-27 22:49:07

kwan has been a Family Tree Circles member since Dec 1969. is researching the following names: FLETCHER.

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by KristiHurd on 2006-11-27 20:23:04

I'm also researching Fletchers from VA. I am trying to find any and all history on Laura or Lora Fletcher. She married Frank Hurd, he was from TN.

by dgriff85 on 2008-01-12 22:20:37

looking for information on Doctor Dudley L. Fletcher who was married to Mattie. Children were
cornie L.,William R.,Emmett Vasetine, and Mary C. Fletcher from Richmond Va. census of 1900.

by Jeremyfletcher on 2008-02-14 21:50:49

John Fletcher was my Greatgrandfather from V.A.

by deesun on 2010-01-11 23:39:28

I have family that lives in limestone county, which is northern al. athens, alabama and tn that are fletcher

by stewart7730 on 2010-08-02 20:35:28

Hi deesun, I am Danny Stewart. I too am interested in the Fletchers of Limestone County, AL. John Fletcher came into the Mississippi territory somewhere around 1805 to 1809. He died in Limestone County AL. JF had a daughter, Nancy who married my GGG Grandfather. The story is told that my GGG Granfather, Matthew Stewart came to the Mississippi territory with the Fletchers from Virginia. I have been trying to track this John Fletcher's movements from the time he left Virginia till he got to the Mississippi territory. My DNA is a perfect 32 loci match to a line of Stewarts I have identified from Virginia. These Stewarts were known to have handled several business transactions for a John Fletcher who owned property in Surry County, NC. I believe John Fletcher came into the Mississippi Territory by way of Surry County, NC and then traveled the French Broad river to the new MS territory. I believe Matthew's father is one of these Stewarts that were friends with John Fletcher. Can you add to my story?

by irishgirlgreen on 2011-04-30 11:41:01

What is the birth date or your Lora Fletcher? I have a great grandmother Lora Fletcher that I am researching also. She was a field worker in Kentucky/WV in the early 1920's. My grandmother was born in Feb. of 1920 when Lora was 19. No known father...that is my quest, I want to find out who my great grandfather is since grandma isn't talking...if she knows she's taking it to her grave.

by karenpress on 2011-06-30 10:19:48

I am researching the Fletchers from NC and Tenn. I have a gggrandfather who I have listed as (A B Fletcher) who was married to Louisa Duncan (yr 1865) he was born abt 1812 in NC, she was born abt 1843 in NC. I have hit a brick wall, I have been able to find nobility on other sides of my family but I can't seem to locate my ggggrandparents and it is so frustrating. I know there are a number of Fletchers out there but surely there is information on A B & Louisa besides marriage info. He was also married to Seanar Batter in 1842. I am not sure if they had children but A B had a son: James Claude, and 2 daughters with Louisa. If anyone out there can help to give me A B & Louisa's parents names or any info on who they could possibly be I would appreciate it. Thanks, Karen

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