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From: "Martyn Gleaden" <>
Subject: RE: CARNALLY Surnames
Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2000 19:57:12 +0100
In-Reply-To: <20000731.081809.-546305.0.infonut@juno.com>


Hi Jan

There are several variants of the CANALLY surname around
Wath-Upon-Dearne, West Melton, etc. Local Parish Registers show:
CARNALEY, CARNELEY, CARNILEY, CARNLEY, CARNELLEY, CARNELLY. All
these names have been used for members of the same family from 1600
to 1800. The most common modern variant of the name is CARNLEY
which has been in use more or less unchanged since the mid 1800s.

Good Hunting !!!

Martyn Gleaden
Wath & Dearne Valley Resources:
http://www.gleaden.plus.com/index.htm

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Subject: Surnames


The names I am researching in the Yorkshire area are:

CARNALLY from 1622 in Wath on Deane
from 1656 in West Melton

jan



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