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 3 August 1998



Pat Hardison
31 May 1998

I need to correspond with anyone researching the FARMER family in Colleton County, South Carolina. My line seems to hit a brick wall at 1770 when one Aquilla FARMER was born there in South Carolina. I'm hoping to find anyone who is decended through the South Carolina arm of the FARMER family. I think there was just one family there before 1770 and any South Carolina research on the family should lead back to where I want to go.

Charlie Felder
10 Aug 1997

I am researching my Felder ancestors. My great-grandfather David B. Felder was in the Civil War and his place of residence was Walterboro, SC. He was captured and sent to Elmire, NY. After he returned home he was a member of the Zion Baptist Church in Walterboro. His wife was Caroline "Carrie" Frances also of Walteboro, SC. I have been unable to find David and his wife grave(sure could use all the help you could provide).
My grandfather was Joseph Artemus "Joe A." Felder. Joe and his 5 half brothers and sisters moved to Creston/Lone Star, SC when Joe was under 20 and the youngest child was around 3. The 5 other children were name Aultman after Joe mother remarried after David B. Felder died. If there are any Aultman and Frances that think they can help close some of the gaps I have in my data base I sure would appreciate their help. If you'd like addtional information, visit http://www.netside.com/~genealogy/orangeburgh.htm

Debbie J.
20 Sep 1997
Looking for information on Artemas A. and Jane A. Felder. I know of one daughter born in 1843 in Barnwell County with the name of Louisa M. Louisa married Molten Ritter of Colleton County in 1877 and then later Rev. B.G. Jones. Any information would be helpful. 
Delores Burris
2 Jul 1997
FENDER (Phendner)

I am searching for the immigrant parents of Mathew FENDER (PHENDNER) who came to Charleston, SC Oct. 1751 on the ship Ann. Would like the name of his wife who had a son John age 7 and Mathew age 10. They came with other German immigrants. I am a descendant of Mathew FENDER, his son David FENDER (b. Oct 21, 1766 Colleton District d. Nov. 14, 1886) and David's son Martin FENDER (b. Sept. 6, 1803 Edgefield, SC). Will share any information I have on the FENDERs. Also searching for information on the HIERS families. 

Carol Ficklin
3 Aug 1998

Looking for Jeremiah FICKLING, Jr. He was born abt 1730 in Colleton County, SC. His wife was Susannah YONGE--their sons--Francis, Thomas and Henry FICKLING.

Dale Grissom
16 Jun 1997

Interested in information on Henry FLETCHER who was in Colleton Co after the revolution. He may have been born in Marion District before the revolution. His wife was (by tradition) Martha LATTIMORE, daughter of Thomas LATTIMORE. 
Was Henry a son of William FLETCHER, b 1729 Accomac Co, VA? One of William's daughters, Elizabeth ( b 1750s Marion District), married Joseph MORRISON. She died in Colleton before 1800. Any information on the Henry FLETCHER would be appreciated. Henry may have died in Colleton or migrated to Bulloch Co, GA. 

Patricia Stoewe
23 Mar 1998

Searching for info on Samuel FORRESTER c.1815 m. Mary Ann Lowery. Issue: Agnes,Cecilia,Rebecca Ann,Mary Ann,Rosa,Samuel. Thanks for any assistance.

Shelba J. Fralix
10 Nov 1997

I would like to find out as much information as possible about the Fralix surname in colleton county.I am mainly interested in the Bancroft D. FRALIX line. He was my father. My name is Shelba J. FRALIX. I would like to go back as for as possible with this line. I would like to find out where they originated from and how and when they arrived in Colleton County.