Have just discovered that "Seys" is claimed as a Welsh name from "Sais" - "the Saxon, which was given by the Welsh to such of their countrymen who had resided in England or had adopted English customs. Thus "Einon Sais" appears in the Gower where a fine pedigree of the Seys family is preserved in Stout Hall.
Can anyone clarify the origins quoted?
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