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Re: Traylor / Traillour from France
Posted by: elizabeth (ID *****4398) Date: July 01, 2007 at 17:41:07
In Reply to: Re: Traylor / Traillour from France by Jim Trayler of 896

Actually, Traylor means "by the trail". We do have a family crest! My aunt has traced at least my family's history to around 1245 in France. I am in the process of getting it from her, and will post more when I have it. Another spelling of Traillour is Trouillart.

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