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Re: Gilland Name Origin
Posted by: cathy gilland Date: October 10, 2001 at 23:01:01
In Reply to: Gilland Name Origin by Luke Wallace of 47

my name is gilland. we are living in south france for centuries. Originally the name was gillan. My parents found a village named gillan in yougoslavia.
we all have a B in our blood group which means asian origins during grand invasions (attila or the tatars?) probably 5Th century.
thats all I can say. Excuse me for my bad english.
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