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Re: Bonnyman/Bonniman
Posted by: Jim Lyons Date: June 23, 2001 at 06:13:32
In Reply to: Re: Bonnyman/Bonniman by Andrew Bonnyman of 37

I wonder how much information you have on Bonnyman in the UK? My Bonnyman ancestors hailed from the Enzie district of Banffshire and I've been able to trace them back to the early 1800's but no further.

One question; have you any information on the origin of the name? I've heard suggestions that it may have originated as BonneHomme from France but I suspect that's only a guess.

Jim Lyons

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