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Family Sheet

Name: Benjamin Franklin Fawcett Note Born: 1810 at Bath County, , , Virginia Married: 10 Apr 1834 Died: 1868 at Lonoke County, , , Arkansas Other Spouses: Nancy Agnes Hawk
Father: Charles Fawcett Mother: Margaret Hodge
Name: Isabella Kinkead Born: Died:
Name: John Fawcett Born: 1836 at Gallia County, , , Ohio Died: at Murfreesboro, , , Tennessee
Name: Margaret Fawcett Born: 1838 at Gallia County, , , Ohio Died: at Mountain View, , , Arkansas Husband: James M. Kendrick
Name: Charles Fawcett Born: 1840 at Gallia County, , , Ohio Died: 1850
1). He was the third child of Charles and Margaret Hodge Fawcet. Born in Bath County, Virginia. His childhood was spent on his father s farm on Stuart Creek in Green Valley, Bath County, Virginia. He married Isabella Kinkead April 10, 1834 and moved to Gallia County, Ohio, where several Kinkead families lived. Isabella died in 1844 and Bejamine married Nancy Agnes Hawk in 1848. THey moved to Prairie County, Arkansas in 1852... to install a cotton gin for someone he knew..there is no proof, but he apparently knew someone living there for him to make such a long move from Ohio. He bought land in Prairie County, Arkansas and spent the rest of his life on his farm, which was made Lonoke County in 1873. Benjamin carried mail by horseback between Des Arc and austin, Arkansas.


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