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Re: Fulchers of Suffolk, England
Posted by: Patsy Bloss (ID *****8903) Date: October 06, 2002 at 11:48:42
In Reply to: Re: Fulchers of Suffolk, England by Victoria of 832

Hi Voctoria, Is Suffolk Co., England in the central part of England. Mary Janke sent me some information and here is part of what she sent me."England's Fulchers were for the most part residents of the central English counties of Leicester and Derbyshire. The Fulcher family seated in the county Derby, England wes entitled to bear arms. This fact is duly recorded by the Royal Heralds. Their motto, Juro Non Dona, means by right, not by gift. She goes on to say that Fulchers came to Virginia early. One Richard William Fulcher came from the British Isles, Wales in 1607 and settled in Jamestown. A Samuel fulshaw is on A ist of the names of the dead in Virginia since Apr. last. This list was compled Feb. 16, 1623. Most of our Fulchers settled in Va and NC. Thanks Patsy


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