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Origin of Tooley surname
Posted by: Sharon Date: January 31, 2001 at 21:00:19
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I have been reading a article about the origin of the Tooley name. Read about Saint Olaf, the Danish King 1000ad his name translates to 'Tooley' in english. Does anyone know what the origin of the Tooley name is? And has anyone traced their Tooley line from America back to Europe....?
Just wondering....


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