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Re: Fluke/Fluck Surname
Posted by: Lynn Sewell Date: January 24, 2001 at 20:12:09
In Reply to: Fluke/Fluck Surname by John Fluke of 160

John- Remember that the Mason-Dixon line was not drawn until after the Rev War. Yes, the same one we heard about int he Civil War. It was orgianally drawn to determinte the line between MD and PA. Many of the Germ Baptist went from MD and PA and did not know where they were.
Also if you look on the Young GenForum you will find that it once was spelled Jung. There are Fluke/Fluck and Youngs in the Steele family.


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