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Re: middle names ...
Posted by: Robert Shively Date: October 06, 2001 at 13:38:23
In Reply to: middle names ... by Phil Fretz of 206

Phil:

We have no information on any middle names of members you inquired about. It is doubtful that any had middle names in that era, hence, the nicknames, example “Weaver” “Fuller” etc.
It wasn't until later that middle names became fashionable, many times taking an initial from the mothers maiden name.

According to the Fretz Family Histories (FFH), Joseph (1794– 1854) did not have a son named Isaac. However, he did have a son named Isaiah (1839-1864). Isaiah was a teacher. He enlisted in the Union army and advanced to the rank of Sgt. Major. During the engagement of troops at White Oak Swamp, he was severely wounded and died (FFH/Vol. I/Pg. 120).

Fretz Family Association
Mary Fretz Shively
8708 Easton Road
Ottsville, PA 18942
610 847-5361


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