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Re: Gyle families in US
Posted by: John Gile Date: February 02, 2002 at 17:20:19
In Reply to: Re: Gyle families in US by Dee Reed of 25

Dee you posted to the GenForum regarding Gyle families over a year ago, and I
just saw it. Sorrry

Guiley is a good name in its own right and I would often come across it in my
census etc. searches. However, all my work is on descendants of Samuel Guile of
Haverhill, one of the 12 Founders in 1640. Name variations are Guile, Gile,
Guild, Gild, Gilde, Guiles, Guyles, Gyle, etc. All pronounce the "i" sound
hard, as in mile or child.

John Gile
Victoria, B.C.
Author of the Guile-Gile-Guiles Genealogy - 960 pgs. (pub.1997)
Copies available - only $69.50, includes shipping.
<jcgile@shaw.ca> Phone 250-477-8006 Fax (978)477-5927


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