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Re: James Monroe Foutch
Posted by: Michael Foutch Date: January 16, 2001 at 21:00:00
In Reply to: Re: James Monroe Foutch by Lourene Criddle of 444

My GGG-grandfather was James (?) Foutch and he was born in 1828 and he is buried in the Foutch cemetery near Havana IL. One of his sons, maybe his first, was Samuel who married Clarice Wright. I am not sure but I have heard stories James' father may have been John Foutch? There is a John Foutch born around 1800 buried in the Foutch cemetery as well. Does any of this sound familiar? Thank you for your help.
-- Michael Foutch


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