Re: Figgins, Feagin, Feagins, etc.
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I gather you might have fairly extensive research on the Feagan (any spelling) lines.
Perhaps you might have something on any of these in Fauquier Co, VA, USA1770-1800 time frame:
Edward who died 1780, wife Elizabeth.
Edward who died 1789 who may have been his son, was married to Darcus.
Edward who married Mary Polly Sinkler(Sinclair) 1759, still alive 1798 when Polly's father wrote his will in January.
Edward who may have been a son to Francis, or a brother.Francis paid tithable tax on him one year.
Edward Jr who may have been a son of John.The Jr may have been listed by a tax collector to distinguish between an older Edward and a younger Edward.
I am hoping you can help with these Edwards.Thank you.