Location: International Family
Fulham-Fullam family history site: FREE to all our long lost relatives. We do our best to protect our unique family history and our female and children from any bad people.
I've created a web site(s) called “Fulham Familysite media” to share pictures with friends and family. I'd like you to be a member of the site.
Contact me via this site which will redirect your inquiry to my e-mail address, . Our site is a private family history site and is "FREE" to all of our long lost international and generational cousins.
The privacy protects our present family members over 40 + internationally and our unique 800 years of family history since our Norman ancestors of England and Ireland in the 1200's. We only wish our family members to know there personal history and we wish to protect our family so our site is very private.
Our ancestors were Norwegian Vikings and their grandchildren were from Normandy prior to the Invasion of England in 1066 by Duke William the Conqueror. We were given Land in the ancient village of Fullanhamme in Middlesex hence our surname was le Blund de Foleham literally the "Blonde of Fulham" so of our kin-folk took the surname Whyte to show the Anglicized version of le Blund.
We took the surname from the ancient village, these are also are DNA Genetic family Follom, Follum Fullom Fullem surname spellings.
Do join us here and read of our family over the past 800 years, in good faith , our site is not a public site but strictly for our DNA Genetic relatives only. This is to protect our members and our family history for our children of tomorrow.
The intention of our site is to honour our forebears of yesterday and for grandmothers in a hundred years to tell their grandchildren of our unique family history. John Fulham, Liverpool, Merseyside, England.
- All of our forebears and to include all their descendants who claim Irish origin are descendant from the family who who held Land in Swords since John de Fulham was recorded as the resident in Swords in 1294 AD. We are an extremely rare family and are all generational extended family in England, Ireland, Canada, USA, Australia, New Zealand, and the Irish Colony of Argentina post 1870's.
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