Pamela Pearson Prokasy Ancestry

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The ancestry of Pamela Pearson Prokasy. Sources vary widely in quality, so use with care. We would appreciate your help in identifying errors, omissions, and/or new and improved sources. Names in upper case are her ancestors.

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  • ID: I12954
  • Name: James Berry Fondren 1
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: BET 1799 AND 1800 in Georgia, USA 2
  • Death: ABT 1870 in Bibb County, Alabama, USA
  • Note: James, a farmer, and his family were living in W. C. River, Bibb County, AL, at the time of the 1850 and 1860 censuses. He had remarried following the death of Cynthia and by then had had six additional children by his second wife.



    Marriage 1 Cynthia Digby b: ABT 1805 in South Carolina, USA
    • Married: ABT 1824 in Bibb County, Alabama, USA
    Children
    1. Has No Children John Washington Fondren b: BET 1824 AND 1825 in Bibb County, Alabama, USA
    2. Has No Children Sarah Martha Fondren b: JUL 1834 in Bibb County, Alabama, USA

    Sources:
    1. Author: Martha Barnett
      Title: "Descendants of William Digby"
      Publication: Name: 2002;
      Repository:
        Name: Prokasy Library

      Note:
      Source Medium: Manuscript

      Unpublished manuscript

      Page: p. 26
    2. Details: 1850 United States Federal Census > Alabama > Bibb > W C River

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