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Re: Foutch Hunting
Posted by: Lourene Criddle Date: July 30, 1998 at 22:48:50
In Reply to: Re: Foutch Hunting by Teekeela A. Williams of 444

Teekeela: I have been researching this family
for about 20 years, and have never heard of a
connection with the families you mention. Most
of them are descendants of a Huguenot family
who came her in the 17th century, and in France
they were" Fouche". The "e" was dropped in all
families until abut 1825, at which time some of
those who spelled it "Fouch" added an "e".
Others added a "t" and made it "Foutch".
Lourene

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