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William Flanagan (1800 - 1875)

William Flanagan
Born in South Carolinamap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married 12 May 1818 in Jones, Georgiamap
Descendants descendants
Died at about age 75 in Arkansasmap
Profile last modified | Created 24 Jun 2018
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William Flanagan was born in 1800 in South Carolina.

On 13 May 1818, William (18) married Charity Elmira Barron in Jones, Georgia[1].

William and Charity lived for a short while in Georgia but by the birth of their second child in 1822, had migrated to Alabama.

In 1840, the family appear on the Macon County state census. William recorded four males and two females living in the house.

Children of William Flanagan and Charity Barron:

Henry J B. 1818

Louisa Ann B. 1822

Martha A B. 1823

Russell B. 1825

William G B. 1832

Emmeline Charity B. 1833

Andrew B. 1842

Robert H B. 26 January 1845

James B. 1846

John Landers B. February 1851

William was recorded as head of household in 1866 in Mobile, Alabama. He stated there was one other male and two females living with him at the time[2].

William Flanagan died in 1875 in Arkansas.


  1. "Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950," database with images, FamilySearch ( : 7 February 2020), William Flanagin and Charity Barron, 13 May 1818; citing Marriage, Jones, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 454,228.
  2. "Alabama State Census, 1866," database, FamilySearch ( : 6 February 2020), Wm Flanagan, Mobile, Mobile, Alabama, United States; citing certificate , p. , Department of Archives and History, Montgomery; FHL microfilm .

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