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Re: Origin of Loya family and surname
Posted by: Blas Loya,Jr. Date: December 17, 2001 at 13:29:14
In Reply to: Origin of Loya family and surname by Alex Loya of 544

Alex I first read your article on the Loya Family Surname around Oct-1999,and every time I read it I I'am just truly amazed at the historical value of the name.I am sure that all the Loya Families of South Texas,and all over the U.S.,that have read your article feel as proud as I do in knowing that the Loya Surname goes as far back as the Etruscan Civilization and is still very much alive today.
Hats off to you Mr.Alex Loya.


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