Joseph Faubion was born in Clay County, Missouri on September 7, 1842 to parents Moses and Nancy (Hightower) Faubion. Moses was first married to Patsy Holcomb, and after she died he married Nancy Hightower in 1841. According to the 1850 census Nancy was nineteen years younger than Moses and Joseph appears to have been their first child.
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