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Unknown
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George Fandhagain
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Elizabeth Richardson
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George O'Fandhagain
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Mary M. Snyder
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Joseph Adamson
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Polly Adamson
Father
Daniel Feagin
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Edward Feagin

IMMIGRANT SHIP
Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s about Edward Fagan.
Name: Edward Fagan
Year: 1712
Place: Virginia
Source Publication Code: 6264
Primary Immigrant: Fagan, Edward
Annotation: Names mostly of Irish origin, 1628-1878.

Also in nos. 6276 and 6280, O'Brien's The Irish in America, pp. 48-53 and Irish Settlers in America, pp. 163-168. Source Bibliography: O'BRIEN, MICHAEL J. "Grantees of Land in the Colony and State of Virginia, Copied from the County Records of Virginia." In The Journal of the American Irish Historical Society, vol. 13 (1913-1914), pp. 214-219. Page: 216

Will
The following is from a will found at the Clayton Library in Houston, Texas. The will below has exact punctuation, aprox. spacing, wording style, & all mispellings. The long spacing between Edward and Feagin is where he made his mark. The mark appears as an O with an F in its center. Reference: Prince William County Deed Book 1740-1741. The will is as follows:

TO ALL PEOPLE to whom these presents shall come I EDWARD FEGAN of Hamilton Parish in the County of Prince William send Greeting. Know ye that I the said EDWARD FEGAN for and in consideration of the natural love & paternail affection which I have and bear unto my well beloved Sons EDWARD, GEORGE, DANIEL, HENRY, WILLIAM & FRANCIS FEGAN of the same Parish & County and for divers other good causes have given and do give unto my said Sons EDWARD, GEORGE, DANIELL, HENRY, WILLIAM & FRANCIS all and singular my Lands, Goods, Chattles, Beasts, House hold stuff and Estate whatsoever either real or personal which I am in possession of or have any right unto of shall be in possession of at the time of my death to beequally divided among my said Sons To Have and To Hold all and Singular immediately from & after my decease unto my said Sons to be equally divided among their heirs to the only proper use & behoof of them my said Sons for ever.

In Witness whereof I have set my hand and Seale the XXVIIth day of April MDCCXLI : EDWARD FEGAN : in presence of us FRAS.WRIGHT : JNO. STRUMAN, CHARLES ONEALE : At a Court held for Prince William County April 27, 1741.

EDWARD FEGAN acknowledge this Deed to be his act and deed and it was thereupon addressed.

Land
Here is a land indenture of Edward Feagin. Notice he owned land at Bull Run (Manassas), site of the Civil War Battle.

The document dated June 22, 1741 is as follows: Prince William County Deed Book E. 170-1741 p On Margin "Delvd to PETER NOLAND p note"

THIS INDENTURE made the twelfth & thirteenth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred forty one Between ENOCH JUNIS & CATHERINE his Wife of the County of KING GEORGE of the one part and EDWARD FEAGAN of the County of Prince William Planter of the other part Witnesseth that said ENOCH JUNIS and CATHERINE his Wife for the sum of Fifty pounds Current money hath granted unto the said EDWARD FEAGAN in actual possession by Livery & Seisin by venture of Bargain & Sale & by force of the Statue of the transferring of uses into possesion & to his heirs forever one certain parcel of land of the Northwest Side of a Small Mountain called BULL RUN MOUNTAIN in the aforesaid County of Prince Willian & bounded begining at two marked Populars & three small hickorys standing on a small SPRING BRANCH issuing out of the GREAT BRANCH of the BROAD RUN of OCCOQUIN on the side of the said Mountain & extending thence along the side of the Mountain S.W. thence No. Wt. crossing the said GREAT BRANCH to a small white Oak standing in a poison feild thence No. E. to a red Oak standing near a branch of BULL RUN thence So. E.to the begining containing nine hundred & sixty acres of land be the same more or less To Have and To Hold the said Premises unto the said EDWARD FEAGAN & his heirs forever In Witness whereof the said ENOCH JUNIS & CATHERINE his Wife have set their hands and Seals in presence of

ANDREW DALTON ENOCH JUNIS JAMES HOOPER DANIEL FEAGAN CATHERINE JUNIS

At Court held for Prince William County on the 22d day of June 1741 These lease/Release & the Receipt thereon endorsed were proved by the Oaths of ANDREW DALTON, JAMES HOOPER & DANIEL FEAGAN the witnesses thereto & admitted to Record.