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Fuqua, a fight for freedom : allied families ...

by Alya Dean (Smith) Irwin
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Houston, Texas : A.D.S. Irwin, c1974
xiv, 452 p. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., maps, ports.

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Sub-title: allied families: Alexander, Alford, Armistead, Bacon, Bagwell, Baker, Barksdale, Barnes, Bass, Bates, Bedford, Black, Blankenship, Booker, Bowman, Brown, Browder, Bryan, Campbell, Cartwright, Christian, Clark, Cunningham, Daniel, Dodson, Durham, Dupuy, Earnest, Eldridge, Ellis, Ewing, Eyre, Fitzgerald, Fleming, Ford, Gammon, Gill, Goode, Graham, Grigsby, Hancock, Harrison, Hartley, Hatcher, Hoad, Hornsby, Hudspeth, Humphreys, Irwin, Jackson, Jarnagin, Johnson, Johnston, Lawson, McGhee, Mann, Maxey, Moody, Morton, Oliphant, Palmer, Pamphlett, Povall, Preston, Pulliam, Read, Reeve, Sampson, Smith, Taylor, Terry, Thompson, Ward, Waring, West, Williams, Winton, Witt, Woodson, Word.

Bibliography: p. 405-410.

Includes index.

Guillaume Fouquet (b.ca.1667), a French Huguenot, immigrated (probably via England) to Henrico County, Virginia before 1687, at which time he married Jane Eyre. He died after August 1698. Their grand- dren changed the spelling of the surname to Fuqua. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, Illinois, Georgia, Alabama and elsewhere.

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