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Re: What is the origin of the Lemley name?
Posted by: Sondra (Lemley)Mills Date: March 29, 2001 at 17:38:20
In Reply to: Re: What is the origin of the Lemley name? by Cindy of 889

George Lemley, married Catherine Yoho. As far as I can find out, he was born in Germany and her in Alsac, Switzerland (or France).There son Jacob(C)? Lemley had a son Samuel and his son was Morris and his son was George Washington Lemley and my dad was Benjamin Lemley. To my understanding the Lemleys started in Italy then came to England,(my uncle told me we had relatives in England.). Then to Germany to a ship to Holland to Usa. In Italy the name was Lomly then Lumly to USA Lemley,


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