Archiver > TNRUTHER > 2002-01 > 1010009335

From: "Terry Ceballos" <>
Subject: Re: [TNRUTHER] Roll Call
Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2002 16:08:55 -0600
References: <>

Possibly. My Mary Fagon was born about 1788. What info I have on Mary
comes from Judy Richie. "Her parents were John S. Fagan (b. abt. 1740,
possibly Co Meath Ireland) and Patricia Martha Lanier. In John's will he
named two daughters. Both were married, but it's not known whether they
married in Virginia or Tennessee. According to the Lanier Book by Louise
Ingersol, sisters Mary Kelley Fagan (b. ca 1799) and Sarah Jones Fagan (b.
ca 1795) were both born in Virginia. Mary and Sarah married REED brothers."
I believe that it was Mary who married my gggrandfather. They were in
Rutherford Co. TN in 1830, but I can't find them in 1840. Then in 1850
Jesse and Mary show up in Marshall Co KY. By 1865, they had moved to
Johnson Co. IL.

Terry Ceballos
"Oh, what a tangled mess you see,
If you take a peek at my family tree!"
----- Original Message -----
From: "M. H." <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, December 31, 2001 5:20 PM
Subject: Re: [TNRUTHER] Roll Call

> Could your Fagon/Fagan also have been spelled
> Feagan by some? I have an Elizabeth Feagan who
> md. Charles T. Harris of Wilson Co. TN and later
> Henry Co. TN, where they are both buried. Their
> daughter Amanda Margaret md 1) Adam A. HOPE who
> was killed in the Civil War and 2) Robert A.
> Carson. Adam's parents Elizabeth "Betsy" Puckett
> and David Beattie Hope were md. in Rutherford Co.
> in 1824. I know nothing at all about the Feagans
> and would appreciate any information on a link.
> --- Terry Ceballos <> wrote:
> > My surname: REED, FAGON/FAGAN
> > Time Frame: in the early 1800s to 1850.
> > Location in Rutherford Co: Unknown
> > Terry Ceballos
> __________________________________________________
> Do You Yahoo!?
> Send your FREE holiday greetings online!
> ==== TNRUTHER Mailing List ====
> IF you would like to announce your Rutherford County, TN family reunion
here, send Teresa an email at and put REUNION in the subject

This thread: