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Re: Origins of De, de, D' Anda; Anda name
Posted by: Javier de Anda Date: September 20, 2001 at 16:52:00
In Reply to: Re: Origins of De, de, D' Anda; Anda name by James Epperson of 187

Glad to hear from somebody!

I researched about the origins of the DeAndas in México and waht I found was that they firest established in such a region. Families of basque origin that carried a very long and extremely difficult to pronounce name that was shortened to the actual Anda, De Anda, D'Anda, de Anda, De Andar Andazola,etc.

Of course there is a chance we're related!

Greetings


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