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Re: Origin of Cailey Name
Posted by: Mary Smith (ID *****5470) Date: March 22, 2005 at 17:45:15
In Reply to: Re: Origin of Cailey Name by tracey fagundo of 32

Dear Tracey, I am not familiar with this line but would like to be! Peter Cailey, who also posts to this list, lives in England and may be able to help you out. My line of the Cailey's came to America in 1735 or so from, I am led to believe, the Isle of Mann (off the coast of England). They settled in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and then moved to Ross County, Ohio and on to Indiana and Illinois where I joined the family during the Truman Administration. It is a large family tree, if you are interested in a printout, I may be contacted at the address listed. Best regards, Mary

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