1170. WILLIAM H. H. FANCHER
When seven years old his father moved to Attala County, MS. In his 20th year he married Miss J. M. Ward, daughter of Rev. W. R. Ward. He entered the Confederate Army in 1861 abd was a prisoner at Camp Chase, OH. Ordained September 1872 in the Baptist Church at Shiloh White County, AR, he came back to Mississippi
and joined the Louisville Association. His wife died 20 February 1880. He later married again, wife unidentified.
341. WILLIAM F. or M. FANCHER
From a Biographical Sketch of Baptist Ministers of Mississippi: Rev.
William M./H. Fancher is listed as residing in Big Bend Post Office, LA, in 1870. He moved from Noxubee County, MS, to Attala County, MS, in 1857. His nephew thought he was a Cumberland Presbyterian at that time, but he soon united with Bear Creek Baptist Church and was ordained to preach. He preached at Bear Creek until 1862 when he moved to Louisiana.
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