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Re: Fouche or Foutch
Posted by: Dorothy VanDyk Date: July 07, 1998 at 15:06:28
In Reply to: Re: Fouche or Foutch by Brenda Scott of 444

In reply to posting Fouche/Foutch by Karen
Bruce. Do you have a Susan in your family b ca
1810 in PA. My grgr grandmother Susan Fouche/
Foutch/Fouts mr Andrew Blake. My mother told
me we had some French in our ancestry so I am
leaning towards the Fouche/Foutch spelling. I
don't think Fouts is French. Anyway they lived
in Ohio and migrated into Iowa. Children were
Isaac, Nathaniel, Elizabeth, James Catherine,
Emma Elisha, Anna M. Jonathan Daniel and
Andrew Aaron ( my gr grandfather)


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