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FANCHER FAMILY.
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William Fancher was born July 6, 1764, and was married in Pennsylvania, where he had a family of nine children, as follows; Henry, born January 25, 1786; Nancy, born May 5, 1790; Samuel, born February 16, 1892; William, born November 8, 1793; Amy, born in 1798; Polly, born April 25, 1800; Nehemiah, born May 7, 1804; David, born July 16, 1806; Rebecca, born October, 1809. The family came to Plain township, Franklin county, in an early day, and after their arrival, William, Henry, and Samuel, served in the war of 1812.

William Fancher, jr., was married, in 1815, to Selina Cook, by whom he had three children: David, born October 15, 1816; James, December 10, 1817; William, November 16, 1819. Mrs. Fancher died, and he married Eveline Brown, who was born April 22, 1825. Their children were: George, born October 26, 1847; Joseph, May 7, 1849; John, December 11, 1850; Mary Selina, September 26, 1852 (See Powell Family); Josephine, July 26, 1854; William C., March 13, 1856; Isaac, May 5, 1858; Samuel, September 15, 1860; Henry, September 13, 1862; Ulysses Grant, October 27, 1864; Lorenzo Dow, November 29, 1868.

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