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The Fudges of Madison Co., Iowa, Kentucky and Virginia : with collateral lines of Mann, Eskew, Young, Coffey, Blair, and others

by Patricia A. Roberts Monroe
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Trinity, Florida : Monroe's Heritage Pub., c2001
viii, 187 p. : ill., map, ports.

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Hans Fotsch was born in about 1710 probably in Hallau, Schaffhausen, Germany. He married Anna Meier 25 November 1734. They had six children. Anna died in about 1744. Hans emigrated in about 1744 and settled in Rockingham County, Virginia. He married Katrina Maggart in about 1755 and they had four children. He died in 1784. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, Kentucky and Iowa.

Includes index.

Includes Fodge, Breeding, Campbell, Carter, England, Farsons, Garmon, Hughart, Miller and related families.

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