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Re: Welcome
Posted by: Kenneth B. Guill Date: October 01, 1998 at 05:34:22
In Reply to: Welcome by diane gyle of 25

You are not alone. It is just the spellings are so wierd!! My family started off as GYLL, GILL and ended up GUILL. I have some information on a GYLL family from Maulden, Bedfordshire, England. Alexander GYLL born in 1603 immigrated to VA on the BONNY BESS, in 1623. He is thereafter listed in the VA records as Alexander GILL. I also have some info on a GYLL, GYLE, GILL family from Hertfordshire, England that goes back to the 1400's. And last but strangest of all: a JUELL family from Devon, aslo 1400's where the name is spelled all over the place from JOEL,JUELL,GILLE,GYLLE,etc.
I'll have to get the records put together but maybe it'll help.
Good luck, Kenn

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