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Re: frans kley 1950
Posted by: angie Date: October 16, 2000 at 16:26:46
In Reply to: frans kley 1950 by frans kley of 52

Hi Frans-it is entirely possible if we go back a couple centuries we are related. My Kley ancestors came from Westpreussen, Prussia (now Poland.) That area of Poland, I am told, was settled by people from Holland who were brought there to reclaim the marshland/wetland-they were called Haulaender, being from Holland? When I search internet for Kley, I frequently get ten Kley as a result. Did your family at one time use ten Kley? Greetings again, Angie


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