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Re: Head of United Kingdom Becher Family?
Posted by: Eileen Franchi Date: November 30, 2001 at 06:13:49
In Reply to: Re: Head of United Kingdom Becher Family? by Jim of 148

Hi Jim, Alistair has asked me to reply to you as I have found the following. There seems to be a most definate Fleming/Becher connection. First of all Flemming was one of the names of the English Protestant Settlers c 1590, brought over by Phane Becher. If you go to http:/www.alphalink.com.au/~datatree/wolfhis9.htm you can see an extract from The History of Bandon and the Principal Towns in the West Riding of County Cork by George Bennett Esq. B.L. in 1869, on page 5 of 10 you will see the list of names. Then in 1675, according to MLB's from County Cork, Mary Becher married Stephen Fleming, she appears to have been the daughter of Major Henry Becher and a Miss Noales, of Aughadown to the west of Skibereen, though the version of Burkes Irish Family Records that I have doesnt name them. Mary's brother Henry married Elizabeth Reede in 1670- could this be a version of Reeve I wonder? Hope this will help you in your searches. Eileen.


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