James Fancher (Son of David)

James Fancher was probably born about 1736 in Stamford, Connecticut, and died in Plymouth, Connecticut before January 6, 1814. Waterbury records give him as formerly of Stratford where his father had two children baptized and also owned property. He married in Northbury (Now Plymounth), March 18, 1762 to Mary Scott, born May 19, 1743, daughter of Obediah Scott and Mary Andruss. Children, born in Plymouth, Watertown, or Thomaston, Connecticut:

1. Sarah, born September 11, 1763 and died October 30 1763.

2. David, born October 7, 1765, Watertown.

3. Sarah, born October 11, 1767 and died April 24, 1783.

4. Sylvanus, born July 14, 1770; died in Hartford, Connecticut, June 6, 1846; married in Southbury, Connecticut, May 14,       1822 to Lumile D. Curtiss, who died in Southbury in 1838, aged 47 years. He was known as Dr. Fancher, having soon       after vaccination started in 1798, begun that practice, but died in Hartford

5. Mary, born May 23, 1773; married Amos Collins and moved to Camden, Oneida County, New York, before 1814.

6. James, born January 17, 1776. He may be the "James Fancher, age 78, laborer, born in Connecticut." given in the        1850 census of Pittsford, Vermont.

7. Cloe, born March 26, 1778; died in 1855; married in 1802 to Samuel Bartholomew, born October 21, 1762 and died in       Ripley, Ohio in 1842.

8. Hannah, baptized October 28, 1781.

9. Sarah, born July 8, 1783.

10. William, born August 18, 1785.

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