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Re: Who has oldest Rey lineage?
Posted by: Ruediger Rey Date: May 28, 2001 at 06:58:31
In Reply to: Who has oldest Rey lineage? by Ron Johnson of 135

Hello there.
Im from germany. My ancestors are from Cologne. The earliest records are from the "Officium Colonium", dated 1331 a.d.
There are tree lineages. the earliest direct lineage from Kerpen is about 1740, the earliest from Aachen is from about 1540.
Any more questions?


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