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Re: Gilland Name Origin
Posted by: Stephen Brown (ID *****1492) Date: April 12, 2009 at 06:38:43
In Reply to: Re: Gilland Name Origin by Jerilynn Condor of 47

My g2grandfather's name was originally spelled as Gililand, (William Gililand b. 1823) a name originating from Scotland. The name of his daughter Emma, my greatgrandmother, shows up in census records and such as Gilliand.


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