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Re: Fouke = Fouquet (foo-KAY) from France
Posted by: Darrin R. Fouke Date: January 20, 2001 at 17:45:40
In Reply to: Fouke = Fouquet (foo-KAY) from France by Felix Unger of 76

Hello Mr. Unger,

Curiously enough,2 of my great grandpa Fouke's sisters married Unger brothers!

I find your suppositions RE: Fouke origins to be very interesting. Our family seems to have "appeared" on the American scene in the mid to late 1700's.

I have researched a parallel Fouke family in the Netherlands who lived from the late 1700's to the late 1800's in some of the Frisian provinces. I have yet to prove any connection.


Darrin R. Fouke

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