Note: nd on Bear Creek, Washington Twp, Clermont Co., Ohio. (Land Deed Book I8, pps 154-6) They had sold the land they inherited from their father in St Clair Twp, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania on 4 April 1812. Land Deed Book Q15, pp. 33 & 34 shows that Thomas and John sold their interest in this land to William on 20 December 1817 but on 5 April 1819 there is a deed in Book S17, pp. 351-355 showing John, William, Thomas & Anna selling part of this same land to Benjamin V Hunt.
Source - �b��i�"Clermont County, Ohio 1990 A Collection of Genealogical and Historical Writings, Volume Two" �/b��/i�- Thomas and Anna moved from Pennsylvania to Ohio in 1815. Upon the death of his father, Thomas Sr, Thomas and his two brothers, William and John, bought 400 acres of land from Presley and Nancy Neville, in Washington Township, Clermont County, Ohio. This tract of land was part of Military Warrant No. 20, Survey No. 659, granted to Brigadier General Daniel Morgan. And on Bear Creek, settled the brothers, John, Thomas and William. The facts of life and death of the brother, William, is unknown. He had died before 1833, as on legal papers of his brother, John, is identified as the sole remianing obligor of the three.
Clermont County Courthouse, Batavia, Ohio Land Deeds, Book I8, pps. 154-154 - records the purchase of 400 acres of land by brothers John Fletcher, Thomas Fletcher, and William Fletcher of Clermont County, Ohio from Presley and Nancy Neville on 8 July 1812.
Clermont County Courthouse, Batavia, Ohio Land Deeds, Book Q15, pp. 33 & 34 - John Fletcher & Thomas Fletcher sold their interest in some land purchased from the Nevilles on 18 Dec 1817 to their brother William Fletcher.
1800 U.S. Census - Pitt Twp, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, living with parents.
1810 U.S. Census - St. Clair Twp, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania. Living next door to father, Thomas and three doors down from wife, Anna's, family. John Fletcher is several names down on the list.
1820 U.S. Census - Elizabeth Twp, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
Note: On 8 July 1812, brothers John, Thomas and William bought la
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