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Re: Origin of Fluty name
Posted by: ralph fluty (ID *****9298) Date: September 15, 2002 at 14:49:32
In Reply to: Re: Origin of Fluty name by Jerry Fluty of 196

Hi Jerry this John Fluty is not Doug Great.Great.Grandfather dougs grandfather was Thomas Fluty.a brother to William Fluty who is my grandfathe I thank this is John Franklin Fluty Rev.Roy Fluty grandfather I thank also is a brother to William and Thomas Fluty sons of Francis Fluty Jr.he is a son of Francis Sr.he is the son of John Fluty he was born in England in 1751.and Transported to the US in 1765.in 7ys.of slavery he hooked up with Daniel Boone and helped him fight the Indians in Boonesburro Ky.he went back to NC. and married Tabitha Welch in 1789.they had a son in 1790.Francis Sr.my name is Ralph Fluty my Dads name was James Fluty his Fathers name was William Fluty his Fathers name was francis Fluty Jr.how about you who was your Father. myEmail is rfluty20022002.yahoo.com


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