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Re: Meaning of the name Ayala
Posted by: Noel Ayala Date: January 06, 2000 at 12:04:04
In Reply to: Meaning of the name Ayala by MaryKathleen Ayala of 522

Ayala is my husband's surname. We live in Kansas. Raymond Gerard Ayala is my husband; his father is Ramon Ayala. According to these two: (1) yes the Ayala's have Aztec blood, (2) the first Ayala was in the Spanish court in Spain and the Ayalas were the representatives of the Spanish Court to the outside world -- thus, you have the reason why the Ayalas are all over the world. And the name of Ayala is very common -- as common as "Smith" or "Jones" in the USA. The above is all that I now know about the surname of Ayala. For further information please feel free to contact me and I will ask my husband and his father if they have any more information for you.


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