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Re: Country of Origin, Loyall
Posted by: Gary L. Wiese Date: April 30, 2001 at 06:40:05
In Reply to: Re: Country of Origin, Loyall by Carol Price of 55

Hi Carol,
I'm happy to hear that you are able to trace back to 1686 on your Loyall Family Tree. In looking at a time line of Huguenot migration to the Colonies I find that in 1654 there was a large scale Huguenot immigration to North America, and previous to that, in 1625, Huguenots settled along the James River in Virginia. From 1659 to 1671 the naturalization of non-British residents in the Colonies occurred.
I will be glad to recieve news of your progress back across the Ocean on your Loyall Ancestors, anytime. Gary L. Wiese


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