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VALLELYK BeyerAnna Vellely (b. c 1900) to New York, 1916. One of 10 children. Catholic. 80-year old seeks information on mother last seen in 1927.
VALLELYM.GibsonVALLELY, Patrick. Moved to England (Felling area, County Durham). Trying to find birthplace.
VALLANCEYJanice WilsonVALLANCEY VALLACY ESTAMPES VALENCAY Family lived in Ireland from 1750 to c.1870. The first ones to settle in Ireland claimed to have been born in Flanders, and claimed descent from a French family named d'ESTAMPES De VALENCAY. Various members of the family, married women by the surnames of CALLAHAN, KELLY, and O'DONNELL.
VANCEC.EggieVANCE, Mary Co. Antrim. Married ___ WILKINSON. Daughter Nannie, married Hugh CARLETON.
VARRILLYB.O'DonnellVARRILLY. No further information given.
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Cloudy 1854 to PA
VENNJack FenaughtyFamily goes back as far as John Venn, felt maker of the Gloucester b. circa 1600.
VERNERG W VernerVERNER. Believed to have come to Canada, in the 1800's. They settled in Toronto.
VESEYA.WilkesVESEY. Family from Aughawerring, Co. Roscommon.
VOGANA.GrundleVOGAN. Armagh area. May be of German origin.
vonDerOSTEN-SACKENMimi71400 1920 DEU to NJ to NY,USA
VROVCloudy 1698 to GERMANY
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