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Re: I am a Fuggle to.
Posted by: Ashley James Fuggle Date: July 31, 2001 at 05:32:18
In Reply to: Re: I am a Fuggle to. by frank fuggle of 156

Hi Frank.
Yes Richard, Trudie and I are related.
It seems that Louis Octavious Augustus Fuggle born 1868 was by grate grandfarther from Tenterden, and he was divored and Re married, this was confirmed by my farther Ernest James Fuggle, brother of Louis Henry Fuggle ( Richard, Trudies dad).

This is how my tree looks so far.
Tony James Fuggle bn 1986
Ashley James Fuggle bn 1958
Ernest James Fuggle bn 1935
Lewis Octavious Augustus Fuggle bn 1900
Louis Octavious Augustus Fuggle bn 1868

My dad said that the name Fuggle means, To hunt wild birds. and that Fuggler is the hunter of wild birds.

My dad has told me were the family graveyard site is in Folkestone, and I am just off to take some pictures of the grave stones.

Keep up the good work.
Ashley



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