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Re: Is the name French or Irish [both?]
Posted by: jack shinnick (ID *****9938) Date: February 17, 2009 at 17:06:37
In Reply to: Re: Is the name French or Irish [both?] by Glenn Tuley of 837

hI glenn
some time ago I read up on this name, it was said to be of ancient Irish origin, some variations; tooley-O'tooley, tully- tuly-toole-O'toole,can't recall others. Our Tooley ancesters date back to c 1300 England, not unusual.
Jack


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