FLURRY is of British and/or Irish origin. Internet site: http://www.infokey.com/cgi-bin/getnamehttp://www.infokey.com/cgi-bin/getname The history of this ancient Somerset family traces its ancestry as a family of Norman origin before the year 1100 and appears first in the ancient records in Somerset. I recall that the FLURRY surname means Flower.Also I have noticed the Flower surname, in connection (down the line), with FLURRY.
My G-gdf. was EDWARD D. FLURRY, b. abt. 1838 in GA., who m. Martha A. (...?), b. abt. 1843, also from GA.They resided in Marion Co./ Guin, Alabama.Would anyone know of MARTHA A. (......SURNAME)???
THANKS, Mildred (Hunter) McGrane. Auckland, New Zealand (1701) RoseFire@ihug.co.nz