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From: Tony Evans <>
Subject: Re: [CI] Researching surnames LANGOLIS
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2011 11:08:27 +1200
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I have a few Langolis individuals in my tree. None associated to Galliene.
The earliest Abraham LANGOLIS 1778 Torteval, married Rachel BOURGAIZE 4
Jan 1826 at St Pierre du Bois.
Their Grandson, Harold LANGOLIS (1873) married my cousin Emily PENNEY.
On 20/09/2011 10:57 a.m., Mary Hobein wrote:
> We have corresponded before along with my cousin Nancy, who recently visited Guernsey. We didn't have a connection with Langlois, but perhaps there will be something with Gallienne.
> Mary Hobein ()
> Woodridge, IL, USA
>> Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2011 08:28:37 +1000
>> Subject: Re: [CI] Researching surnames
>> Hi Mary Hobein,
>> You are more than welcome to look in my tree on Tribal pages
>> http://dianefentontree.tribalpages.com You should be able to see anyone who
>> is dead, The Langlois and Galliene families seemed to have had close family
>> ties. If you find any connections and need help just let me know.
>> I don't have Le Hury, but I do have 4 Le Huray. They married into the family
>> If you have any connections to Mildred Le Huray b. 1921 Guernsey, d/o
>> William Henry Le Huray and Elizabeh Le Noury, I can put you onto her
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