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  THE FANCHER FAMILY ORIGINS  

WILLIAM FANCY/FANSHAW
New Haven Colony 1643; Suffolk County, New York 1652 to 1677
With Notes Discrediting The Relationship Of David Faucher, French Threadneedle
Street Church, London, England, t
o The American Colonial Fancher Family.
 
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FANSHAWE      
The Origin of the Fancher Surname in America       
 The Spellings Of The Fancher Surname In The Original Colonial Documents    
 
Presented As Evidence Of The Surname Origin                       

                                                                           

 Paul Buford Fancher
Alison Courtot Wallner

Copyright 2003
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                                                                                                  Alison C. Wallner                                          

Copies of this book can be found in the LDS Library in Salt Lake City, 48 State Libraries, all of the genealogical and historical societies in the areas
where William Fancy and the Colonial Fanchers lived, the NEHGS, NYG&B, the DAR Library in Washington, D.C, and numerous other repositories. 

It is available on microfiche through all LDS History Centers
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Please note that there are no longer any hard bound copies of this work available for sale
. Instead, the complete text of this work (75 pages) is
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