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Re: Fouche family of Loudoun Co., Virginia
Posted by: Col.Roger B. Foushee Date: December 30, 2001 at 11:41:25
In Reply to: Re: Fouche family of Loudoun Co., Virginia by Pat ROSS Glisson of 214

Most Fouche folks stem from colonial Virginia and others
moved south, main1y to Georgia. It often is spelt Fouch.
In South Carolina the name is often Fooshe, Fooshee and Foshee. By Hugies, do you mean Huguenot, the French Protestants? If so, yes. One Hugh Fouche was in colonial Virginia by 1635 at the height of the religious wars in
France between the Huguenots and the Roman Catholic forces. Happy New Year. RBF


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