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Re: Fogel origin and meaning?
Posted by: Ann Richard (ID *****3344) Date: October 08, 2005 at 11:19:12
In Reply to: Re: Fogel origin and meaning? by Lee Fogel of 60

My line of Fogles are French.They came to America by way of
the Lousiana Coast in the 1720's on the German Pest Ship
Les Deux Freres.They settled north of New Orleans On the
Allemands Coast.Michael & his wife and two children were the first to arrive showed Michael to be 40 yrs. old, a native of Aldoff; Roman Catholic in religion, a cooper by profession.


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