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Marriage: Children:
  1. MARGARET "PEGGY" FORMAN: Birth: 1748 in Virginia.

  2. EDWARD FORMAN: Birth: 1749 in Virginia. Death: 1818 in St. Martin Parish, Louisiana

Marriage: Children:
  1. ISHMAEL FORMAN: Birth: 1752 in Virginia. Death: 1832 in Louisiana

  2. MARIE MARY FORMAN: Birth: 1762 in North Carolina. Death: 1824 in St. Landry Parish, Louisiana

  3. GEORGE FORMAN: Birth: 11 MAY 1764 in Virginia. Death: 24 MAY 1835 in Jefferson County, Mississippi

  4. EPHREM JOSEPH FOREMAN: Birth: 1765 in Virginia. Death: 21 JUL 1854 in Jefferson County, Mississippi

  5. JANE "GUINNY" FORMAN: Birth: 1768 in Virginia. Death: ABT 1850


  7. CATHERINE FORMAN: Birth: 1775.

  8. JAMES F. FORMAN: Birth: 1779 in Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, Louisiana. Death: 27 JUN 1833 in Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, Louisiana

a. Note:   On 10-16-1779 after raids by so-called patriot, John Willing, into the British West Florida settlements of Natchez, Baton Rouge and Manchac, Edward Foreman and 18 others signed oaths of allegiance to the "United Independent States of North America" in the presence of Capt. Pickles who had captured the British armed vessel on Lake Ponchartrain. "We whose names or marks are here unto set and subscribed, being settlers and inhabitants on Lake Ponchartrain between the Bayou La Combe and River Tanchipaho, do hereby acknowledge ourselves to be natives as well as true and faithful subjects the the United Independent States of North America. An whereas on the tenth day of last month, William Pickles, captain of the navy of the said States, did arrive in this lake and made prize of the English armed sloop, West Florida, who had kept possession of the lake for near two years before, and the said William Pickles, Esquire, did on the twenty first of the same month, land some of his people, and take possession of this settlement and gave us all the protection against indians and others that his force would admit of. and suffered us to remain on our possessions till further orders; we, therefore, consider ourselves belonging to the said States, and are willing to remain there and enjoy our property and privileges unter them, the said United States. October 16, 1779 Signed by: Gerard Brandon, Alex McCollough, James Mosely, Mary Smith, Samuel Smith, James Farro, Abel Geffegon, EDWARD FOREMAN, Wm. Dakimore, Jacob Ambrose, Frederic Spell, Benj. Curtis, Wm. Fisher, Paul Pigg, Daniel Tuttle, Matt McCollough, Francis Fisher, John spell, Wm. Steel.
  August 18,1758 Noted in South Carolina Gazette as "Master of the Brig "Pretty Peggy" 1772 Entered British West Florida with McCollough Spell 1776 Granted 500 acres on the North Shore of Lake Ponchartrain 1790 Moved to Placquemine Brulee in Spanish Louisiana (now Acadia Parish) is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.