I got this information from Orlyn Fellure-Tel: 740-441-9841.
Nicholas Fellure was married twice, his first wife was Anna or Ann Gunn. Their marriage produced nine children. Their third child was Louisa, who was born April 1, 1821 and married Israel Simpson. The date of the marriage is unknown. Louisa died in Lawrence County about 1910. Anna Gunn Fellure died on March 3, 1837. She died on the same date that her son Lewis was born. Anna was buried at Belle Vernon, Pa. and her gravestone stands in the churchyard of the Rehoboth Presbyterian Church there.
The spelling of my branch of the family is Falloure and lived mostly in the Wheeling, West Virginia area and are desendants of Brittan ( there are several spellings) Falloure. Brittan Falloure and Nicholas Fellure were brothers. Brittan and his mother are buried in the Peninsula Cemetery in Wheeling. Jean Baptiste Falleur (John B.) was born in Belgium and came to Pittsburgh to work in the glass making industry and drowned in the Allegheny River, Pittsburgh about 1911. John B. and his wife Mary had several sons Nicholas, Brittan and Lewis. James and Charles are also mentioned as children.
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Many of the Fellures are buried at the family cemetery in Gallia County, Ohio. Orlyn Fellure told me that they have family reuniion each year in early September as somewhere near Gallopolis, Ohio.