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John Feaster (abt. 1783 - abt. 1839)

John Feaster
Born about in Edgefield District, South Carolina, United States of Americamap
Husband of — married about 1808 in South Carolinamap
Descendants descendants
Died about in Edgefield County, South Carolina, United States of Americamap
Profile last modified | Created 10 May 2014
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Biography

Seeking a Feaster surnamed male direct descendant of John Feaster's son Hiram or Lorenzo Feaster for Y DNA testing in the Feaster Y DNA Project to validate where the break occurs in this lineage as Jordan Ira Feaster's line is validated as haplogroup R-M269 via sons Andrew and Ira Feaster. Contrary to this is the test of the lineage of John Elbert Feaster which has a single participant who tests in haplogroup I-M223. This matches the Switzerland lineage of John Luther Feaster and Jake Feaster. A participant from Hiram or Lorenzo will come back either R or I haplogroup confirming which is correct for John and which line is the NPE branch. Please email or message me for more information. Thank you!



Sources

  • Probate/estate records, Edgefield County, SC, 1839. Box 11 Package 378. Sampson Cates, Admr. (attached)
  • His father's probate record, Edgefield Co., SC Box 37 pkt 1442. (attached)
  • US Federal Census - 1810 Edgefield County, SC (attached)
  • US Federal Census - 1820 Edgefield County, SC (attached)
  • US Federal Census - 1830 Edgefield County, SC
  • Deed, Edgefield County, SC-
Type: Land (bought)
Date: 13 NOV 1822
Place: Edgefield County, South Carolina
Note: Series Number: S213192 Volume: 0047
Page: 00095 Item: 02
Date: 1822/11/13
Description: SMITH, WILLIAM, PLAT FOR 10 ACRES ON MORES CREEK, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY AMOS W. SATCHER.
Names Indexed: SMITH, WILLIAM/SATCHER, AMOS W./MCCARTY, DENNIS/FEASTER, JOHN/
Locations: MOORE CREEK/SALUDA RIVER/EDGEFIELD DISTRICT
Type: PLAT/


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Feaster-326 and Feaster-163 appear to represent the same person because: Same person, please merge
posted by Lisa Franklin RN, BSN

Rejected matches › Johannes Feaster (1768-1848)

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