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Re: Seys
Posted by: j.seys (ID *****0711) Date: December 17, 2004 at 09:21:58
In Reply to: Seys by David Morgan of 118

Have read your request for info regarding the origin of SEYS. I believe that the SEYS in England/Wales is derived from 'Sais' meaning 'Englishman' or 'Stranger'. There are other origins in different countries in Europe.

Please could you tell me the location of Stout Hall. I have heard that there is an old building where the pedigree is preserved but have never managed to find out where!

Judith Seys

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