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Re: the name breese
Posted by: Jon Brees Date: August 08, 1999 at 14:15:19
In Reply to: the name breese by david breese of 636


From what I've seen, the name Brees (Breese, Breeze, Brice, etc.) were derived from the Welch term "ab Rees" meaning in this case "son of Rees". Breese/ze is apparently a familiar surname on the South Wales border.

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