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Her name and ancestry unknown, and identified only as Goodwife Fancy in records of New Haven, she died before 1652.1

She married William Fancy before 1643.1


William Fancy d. bef. 8 Mar 1677
  • Samuel Fancy2 d. bef. 1685
  • Joseph Fancy2 d. bef. 29 Jun 1682
This person was last edited on26 Oct 2020


  1. [S2341] Paul Buford Fancher and Alison C. Wallner, The Fancher Family Origins: William Fancy/Fanshaw: New Haven Colony 1643; Suffolk County, New York 1652 to 1677, With Notes Discrediting the Relationship of David Faucher, French Threadneedle Street Church, London, England, to the American Colonial Fancher Family, & Fanshawe: The Origin of the Fancher Surname in America, the Spellings of the Fancher Surname in the Original Colonial Documents Presented as Evidence of the Surname Origin (n.p.: s.p., 2003), 7, further cited as Fancher & Wallner, Fancher Family Origins.
  2. [S2341] Fancher & Wallner, Fancher Family Origins, 11.