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Re: Origin(s) of The Filler Family Name
Posted by: Ray Filler Date: November 22, 2001 at 01:43:56
In Reply to: Origin(s) of The Filler Family Name by Stephen Charles Filler of 67

I believe the Filler name comes from France, namely deVillier and apparently connected to royalty. I am interested in building a family tree from the Fillers in and around Finchley, North London and would be grateful of any info available.


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