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Fleming Genealogy & History

Fleming literally means "man from Flanders", and so Fleming family history began as Saxons; however, the name soon spread to Germany, England, Scotland, and Ireland'through both invasion and natural immigration. Because Flanders was the Mecca of textiles in Europe during medieval times, the name could also be taken as an occupational name for a "Flemish weaver". There are many famous members of Fleming genealogy, including Ian Lancaster Fleming, the writer of the James Bond novels; Sandford Fleming, who invented 24-hour standard time; and Alexander Fleming, who discovered penicillin, curing many serious diseases and saving an untold number of lives.

Fleming Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Elizabet Fleming-- --, 1911February 1,1999PA
B Frank Fleming-- --, 1923June 27,1995PA
Connie Fleming-- --, 1964June 21,2010TN
D Donald Fleming-- --, 1922September ,1981SC

Fleming Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Douglas Fleming-- --, 1913June 13,1989Middletown,IN
F Allen Fleming-- --, 1926February 14,2007Mesa,AZ
G Carol Fleming-- --, 1939October 1,2007Madrid,IA
H Dean Fleming-- --, 1948February 18,1995Des Moines,IA

Fleming Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Arthur FlemingDorothy SikesSeptember 12,1940Wake, NC
Eugene FlemingGeraldine GayAugust 28,1948Wake, NC
Fred FlemingKatherine BlandNovember 22,1934Wake, NC
George FlemingMary HoltDecember 7,1946Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Fleming

268th: Fields269th: Diaz
270th: Gregory271st: Norris
272nd: Rhodes273rd: Holt
274th: Mann275th: Caldwell
276th: Warner277th: Gomez

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