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    Another William Fogleman Placed

    Many years ago I had the privilege of working with Frances Johnson, the wife of another Fogleman descendant. She was

    an outstanding researcher and we worked together for many years trying to prove the parentage of Samuel Fogleman,

    from whom we both her husband and I descend. Unfortunately, as the years passed, she was afflicted with macular

    degeneration which robbed her of the ability to do the genealogy she loved. At that time she sent me all of her

    Fogleman information. She passed away in 2009, but her legacy lives on in the records she sent to me.

    One such record is a page from an Indiana history book. After some searching I found the entire book on the internet as

    part of the Allan County Library collection. The book is written by John Vestal, and is titled History of Hendricks County,

    Indiana, her people, industries and institutions. It was published in Indianapolis, Indiana by B.F. Bowen & Co. The

    pages concerning our William are 387-388 and are as follows:

    Harrison Smith Barlow is a native of this county, having been born in Lincoln Township, about three miles southwest of

    Brownsburg, on October 15, 1860, the son of Harvey Rice and Sarah Jane (Smith) Barlow [Please note that Harrisons

    middle name of Smith does not appear on any of the following family group records.]

    On March 15, 1882, Mr. Barlow was united in marriage with Emma B. Fogleman, a native of North Carolina and the

    daughter of William and Elizabeth Ferguson Fogleman, her birth occurring in about 1865. Elizabeth Ferguson, her

    mother, was a daughter of Archibald and Sarah Ferguson. William Fogleman left his original home in North Carolina and

    removed to Missouri when Mrs. Barlow was a child of three years. They lived there some three years and then came

    eastward again, stopping in Indiana where they located in Hendricks county, in the town of Plainfield. Mr. Fogleman

    was a carpenter by trade, and both he and his wife died when Emma B. was fifteen years old, she being one of a family

    of three children. After the death of her parents she was taken into the home of Willian Hadley, a brother of Judge

    Hadley, and remained there until the time of her marriage.

    Mr. and Mrs. Barlow have had three children, one of whom, Charley Ambrose died when thirteen years of age. Gertie, a

    daughter, is the wife of Wilbur Lowder and they have two children, Herbert and Annis. Their home is about one mile

    north of that of the subject. The other child, Clara William, married Willis Pruitt and they live on a farm in Marion

    county, about seven miles northwest of the city of Indianapolis.

    Reading this record of Frances Johnsons, I began to wonder where this William Fogleman belonged. The census records

    gave him a birth of 1838 and his marriage record gave his middle inital. It came together with the white Fogleman

    booklet, which states that William Fogleman, son of Eli Fogleman and Ruth Hinshaw, was born 9 Feb 1838 and that he

    went west (Pg. 19)

    The Hendricks County history states that William had three children. But so far, only two have been located. Toomy

    Fogalman (1870 census) must have died before 1880, as well as the third child, since Elizabeth and Emma are the only

    two appearing in that census. The 1880 census names Elizabeth as a widow.

    Included in this newsletter is a chart of the Descendants of William H. Fogleman, as well as family group sheets for him

    and members of his posterity having children of their own.

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    In Memoriam- Gone But Not Fogotten Submitted By Judie Fogleman Lewis


    BURLINGTON (NC)- Earlie Mae Fogleman Clapp, 93, passed away Saturday, September 21, 2013 at White Oak Manor after 18 months of failing health. She was born in Guilford County to the late Early Lewis Fogleman and the late Norvie Leah Huffman Fogleman. Earlie was a homemaker. Survivors include her sisters, Nancy Brown, Ruth Straughn and husband Lynnwood and Ola Overman all of Burlington and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, son, James Lee Clapp; sisters, Lucy Moore, Alta Faye Loy and Eunice Simpson. A graveside service was held at 1 pm Saturday, September 28, 2013 at Lows Lutheran Church Cemetery. The family received friends from 79 pm on Friday at Lowe Funeral Home & Crematory and at other times at her sister, Nancy Browns home.

    MRS. JEANNINE JACKSON FOGLEMAN GRAHAM - Mrs. Jeannine Jackson Fogleman, 82, of Graham, died at the Hospice Home on Thursday, October 31, 2013, at 8:15 am. Jeannine was the wife of the late James Willard Fogleman and daughter of Walter Stevenson Jackson and Essie Virginia Dollar Jackson, both deceased. She retired from Virginia Business Magazine and was a member of the First Baptist Church of G raham. Survivors include a daughter, Sherri Fogleman Kolivoski and husband Stephen of Graham; devoted daughter-in-law, Gaylene Fogleman of Graham and Gay Ostrom of Graham; four grandchildren, Joshua D. Williams, Daniel B. Williams, Amanda F. Mann and husband Thomas and Kristy Whitesell; great-granddaughter, Aleighsha; sister, Janice Foulks and husband Wayne of Burlington; brother, Walter S. Jackson and wife Helen of Albuquerque, NM; sister-in-law, Cobina P. Fogleman of Carmel, Indiana; and brother-in-law, Ray Fogleman and wife Carol of Graham.

    She was preceded in death by a daughter, Lori Ann Fogleman and son, James W. "Jimmy" Fogleman Jr. The funeral service was conducted at the Rich & Thompson Chapel in Graham on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013, at 3 pm by the Rev. Jim Wall with the family who received friends from 2 to 3 pm prior to the service at the funeral home. Burial was held in Alamance Memorial Park.


    BURLINGTON (NC)- Mrs. Ola Christine Overman, 89, of 3627 Brick Church Road, Burlington, died at the Hospice Home on Wednesday, October 30, 2013 at 6:05 am.

    A native of Alamance County, she was

    the wife of the late Charles Allen Overman

    Sr. and the daughter of Early Lewis

    Fogleman and Norvie Leah Huffman

    Fogleman, both deceased. She was a

    member of Antioch Missionary Baptist


    Survivors include three daughters,

    Shirley Coble and husband Johnny, Dixie

    Sizemore and Faye Thaxton and husband

    Mike, three sons, Charlie Overman and

    wife Julia, Mack Overman and wife Brenda

    and George Overman of the home; two

    sisters, Ruth Straughn and Nancy Brown,

    25 grandchildren, 40 great-grandchildren;

    several great-great-grandchildren, and

    several nieces and nephews.

    She was preceded in death by three sons, Skeeter, Willie and Mark Overman, four sisters, Faye Loy, Lucy Moore, Mae Clapp and Eunice Simpson, and a grandson, Little Mark. The funeral service was conducted at the Rich & Thompson Chapel in Burlington on Friday, Novembver 1, 2013, at 2 pm by the Rev. Don Pegg with the family receiving friends from noon to 1:45 pm

    prior to the service at the funeral home. Burial followed in Antioch Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery. Other times they were received at the residence. TERRELL LEO LAMB GRAHAM - Mr. Terrell Leo Lamb, 91, of 1555 Dixon Lamb Lane, died Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013, at Alamance Regional Medical Center after two weeks of declining health. A native of Randolph County, he was the son of Marjorie Fogleman Lamb and James Orville Lamb and the husband of Vera Hadley Lamb, all dece ased. He owned and operated a dairy farm for 33 years. Lamb served in the U.S. Army during World War II in France and Germany with B Battery, 494th Armored Field Artillery, 12th Armored Division. In his later years he often spoke to high school history classes about his military service. He was instrumental in establishing the Community Health Center in Snow Camp and was a member of the Alamance County War Memorial committee. Mr. Lamb was a member of First United Methodist Church of Graham and the T.J. Whitehead Sunday School Class. Survivors include two daughters, Teresa L. Lindley (Joe) and Marjorie L. Totten (Steve), both of Graham; son, Terrell H. Lamb (Susan) of Raleigh; and six grandchildren, Lindsay, Brad and Abby Totten, Caroline Lindley and Elizabeth L. Poindexter (Matt) and Emily Lamb. He was predeceased by brothers, O.K. Lamb and Ted Lamb; and a sister, Sarah Haith. The funeral was conducted at 2 pm Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, at First United Methodist Church of Graham by the Rev. Kevin Baker. Burial followed at the South Fork Friends Church cemetery. The family received friends at McClure Funeral Service in Graham from 5 until 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, 2013 and at other times at the home of Teresa Lindley, 7720 Lindley Mill Road, Graham.

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