Edward "Neddy" Feagin

Male Bef 1746 - 1810  (~ 64 years)


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  • Name Edward "Neddy" Feagin 
    Born Bef 1746 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1810  Marlboro County, SC Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
      Edward Fagan listed 1 white poll

      1767, Jul 3 -- Deed Book 3 Page 131, Cumberland County, NC
      Thomas McClendon deeded James Caddell 150 acres located on both sides of McLendons Creek. Witnesses were William Seale, George Feagin Sr. and Edward Feagin.

      1768, Dec 22 -- Land Grant #857, Cumberland County, NC
      Edward Feagin received 300 acres located on Toms Creek of McLendons Creek. [Editor's Note: deeded 150 acres to John McLendon 1773; Francis Rasbury deeded remaining 150 acres to John Morrison 1773]

      1773, May 8 -- Land Grant #1230, Cumberland County, NC
      John McNeil received 150 acres located on Toms Creek and McClendons Creek adjoining Edward Feagin. John McNeil and John McClendon were chain carriers.

      1773, Jul 23 -- Deed Book 6 Page 180, Cumberland County, NC
      Edward Feagin (schoolmaster, of South Carolina) deeded John McClendon 150 acres located west of Toms Creek of McLendons Creek. Part of 300 acre patent to Edward Feagin 1768. William Bevill and Richardson Feagin were witnesses.
    Person ID I39745  Moore County Wallaces
    Last Modified 17 Jul 2020 

    Father George Feagin,   b. 1720,   d. Aft 1795  (Age 76 years) 
    Mother Elizabeth Richardson 
    Family ID F12844  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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  • Histories
    1767 Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
    1767 Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
    Includes some of the earliest land owners from present day Cumberland, Moore, Harnett, Lee and Hoke counties. Courtesy of NC Archives.