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The Fuggle family
Posted by: Mark Fuggle Date: August 07, 2001 at 05:16:22
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I have just come across the Fuggle geneology website and am amazed that none of my immediate family have written to it as it is very large. My name is Mark Fuggle and I live in west london. My grandfather was Alfed James Ticehurst Fuggle and his father was George James Fuggle. My first cousin is Professor Richard Fuggle and appears a lot if you search the internet for Fuggle. Between him and my Uncle Bill, they have got a family tree that goes back to the 16th Century. This is mainly based around Tenterden, Kent.
We pronounce Fuggle to rhyme with bugle and this always results in people spelling our name incorrectly. Our family communicates regularly using email and it would be interesting to find out how some of these other branches are related.


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