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The Fuel Family in Scotland

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Re: The Fuel Family in Scotland

Juan Carlos R. Echeverry (View posts)
Posted: 1 Feb 2003 3:31AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Robert,
thanks a lot for your answer!
Since I'm white or at least I don't see any traces of black blood in it, I suppose I'm not the one with African Ancestry.
However, it is interesting to know how spread is a surname like this in Europe then, there is where my most ancestry come from.
You know, in Southamerica it is quite normal to find people with european ancestry, however, the most are spanish or portuguese due to the colony times from 1942.
The english ancestry aint that well spread there then there weren't much english over there.

My family tree seems to be very colored and among italian, spanish, indian and english or whatever ancestry I have I'm really pleased to know at last something more about my origins.

Thanks a lot and wish you have a nice time with your girlfriend. The Romo surname is another interesting thing to find out about. It seems to be original from spain but....who knows......

JC
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Robert Leon Fuel 13 Oct 2001 11:55PM GMT 
Juan Carlos R. Echeverry 31 Jan 2003 12:00PM GMT 
Robert L. Fuel 1 Feb 2003 4:07AM GMT 
Juan Carlos R. Echeverry 1 Feb 2003 10:31AM GMT 
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