A comment on J.J. Finander in household of John N. Brown [Campbell Co., GA 1850] This is probably John J. Fernander who married Lovinia A. ______.Married probably early 1850s.Children: Nancy A.E. b. 1857 Lucy E. b. @ 1865 Andrew J. b. @ 1868 The following data from 1910 Douglas Co., GA Census: 17/18 Fernander, Andy J. 43 m1 15yr GA GA GA farmer Harriett R.34""7 chldren/3 livingGAGAGA William P.12GA Robert J.9GA Albert7GA Lovinia [mother] 84GAGAGA9 children/5 living widow Nancy A. [sister]55GAGAGAsingle Lucy L.[sister]47GAGAGAsingle I've made mention of the fact that Andy J. Fernander cared for his sisters, who never married.Much as Williford Brown cared for his sister, Mary A. Fernander.My thought is that these ladies may have been handicapped in some way.With this idea fresh in my mind, I stumbled onto a census record, Fayette Co., GA 1850 pg 10b as follows: 152/160 Williford, Charles70farmer1000NC Rebecca66GA Rebecca 30 GAInsane Robert 6GA There was an older son of this family listed just above them - as follows: 151/159 Williford, Wesley 25Wheelwright800GA Delila30GA Elizabeth 9 GA Charles W. 8 GA Josiah W. 6 GA Mary E. 4 GA Rebecca 2 GA My point is, a genetic weakness may have come from the Williford line into Brown/Fernander. For whatever reason, we see a number of ladies who never married and were dependent upon their parents/brothers through out their lives.