The information written below was taken from the following source: http://www.merrell.net/dessamuelfleming.pdf
1. SAMUEL1 FLEMING was born Abt. 1720 in County Antrim, Ulster Provence, Ireland, and died Unknown in Jefferson County, Georgia.
He married (2) UNKNOWN. She died Unknown. Note: Wife is unknown. Apparently she died in Ireland or on the ship enroute to Savanah Georgia in 1768. He arrived in Savanah, Georgia in December 1768 from County Antrim, Ireland. This family settled in Queensborough, Jefferson County, Georgia, 20 Feb 1769.
It is believed that Samuel Fleming, Sr. came on the Ship "Prince George" from Belfast, Ireland to Savannah, Georgia which landed in December 1768, with five sons, James, Samuel, Jr, William, John, and Robert, and a sister. They are believed to have come from County Antrim, Provence of Ulster, Northern Ireland being Scotch-Irish. Their ancestors were of the group of Scotts who migrated to the Ulster Provence of Northern Ireland.
Note: This is not the same Samuel Fleming that was married to Alice Charlton d. 1806 in Maryland, as numerous online family trees erroneously indicate. The Maryland Samuel Fleming and wife Alice Charlton have separate, sourced profiles.
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On 28 Jan 2018 at 00:15 GMT Loretta Black wrote:
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On 9 Jan 2018 at 03:28 GMT Loretta Black wrote:
They are not ideal but they are there. As always I am trying to improve on them. http://www.flemmingfamily.org/the-early-flemmings.html “the pot calling the kettle black.” I guess we should detach both of yours? I would not. I could have found another source in the time that it took to write all of this down.:(. You too.
On 30 Mar 2017 at 19:29 GMT Sharon Casteel wrote:
Samuel is 20 degrees from AJ Jacobs, 28 degrees from Carol Keeling, 13 degrees from George Washington and 17 degrees from Queen Elizabeth II Windsor on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.