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Re: Traylor Coat of Arms, NONE EXIST
Posted by: CAL (ID *****6174) Date: September 10, 2006 at 07:40:18
In Reply to: Re: Traylor Coat of Arms by Tamara Traylor of 896

Sorry about that crest business. It is BOGUS. That info came from Mr. Anjou, a scoundrel of the 1930's era. He compiled a TRAYLOR FAMILY HISTORY, and sent a bill for $5,000.

In England,the TRAYLOR name is first recorded in Essex, with birth of Nicholas, 1617. The Traylor family were poor, poor, poor. Even the name in old English has several meanings, on is "a person with trailing robes..."

The TRAYLOR name was not derived from TROUILLART, a French family that does exist, but not our gene pool, and we are not recorded in Lyon. Believe me, I researched it in Europe trying to prove, or disprove, the fantasy from Mr. Anjou.

In your Internet search window enter = ANJOU, GENEALOGY

Cal Traylor

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