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The Dan L Fedric Jr family Home Page

Updated September 5, 2000

Daniel Luther Fedric, Jr.

2839 Treasure Cove Lane

Jacksonville, Florida 32224

904-223-3344

DanL@MediaOne.net

John Fedric(Federick) fought Durning the American Revolution With General Marquis de Lafayette after the revolution he returned to France gathered his family returned to America and Settled in Person County North Carolina He had a Son John Fedric(Federick)Jr who had a son Radford Jones Fedric. John Jr died when R J was only about 6 years old and R J was apprenticed out to learn a trade in accordence with North Carolina law. At age 21 he left the people who was training him with a great knowledge in carpentry but a very used young man He made his way across the south makeing good money with his skills when he reached Alabama He married Emma Turnipseed and went into Mississippi with his New wife and 3 slaves which was a gift from his father-in-law.
He fought durning the Civil war for the South and was a Lt with the 5th Mississippi Cavery He died in 1891 Just outside Charleston Mississippi near Leverret Mississippi. He was my 2nd Great Grandfather.
I am Interrested in finding more info on the French Connection and About the Federicks in North Carolina.
Please, anyone who thinks we are kin Just drop me an a line Via EMail

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