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Re: A Leleux in England.....
Posted by: Jennie Leleux Date: December 13, 2000 at 07:00:29
In Reply to: A Leleux in England..... by Bruce Humphrey of 65

Hi! I am one of the current Leleuxs in England. There is only one 'line' of us as far as I know, so anyone English with the surname is related to me. There are some Leleus but as they do not have the 'x' they are not related (well, not recently anyway!) I was very interested to read your question. I may be able to help you with it and I would love to know what information you have. I only put in Leleux into the search engine as I am bored because I'm writing an essay! I didn't know people were interested in other Leleuxs - are you a decendant? Please write and tell me what you know. My Grandfather was very interested in the English family tree and had traced it back to around the time the Leleuxs came from France which was in the 1800s. Therefore, he might have some information on the Leleux you are looking for. Look forward to hearing from you, Love from Jennie Leleux


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