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Re: any Wildey's out there?
Posted by: Roland D. Wildey Date: August 15, 2001 at 16:45:12
In Reply to: Re: any Wildey's out there? by Roy Wilday of 123

Hi Roy:

The first documented Wildey in the Colonies was John in 1608 who was supposed to have been involved in the King Phillip War. More is document about Richard b.1635 d. 1690.
It has been documented that several Wildey's (Several spellings) were French Huguenot driven from France after the Edict of Nantes and spread throught England, Holland, Belgium and Switzerland.

Good luck on your research Roy


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