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History of the Welles family in England and Normandy

Albert Welles

History of the Welles family in England and Normandy

with the derivation from their progenitors of some of the descendants in the United States

by Albert Welles

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Published by A. Welles in New York .
Written in English


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Statementby Albert Welles.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 19248 (C)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination312 p.
Number of Pages312
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2965771M
LC Control Number84211183

2 Welles, Albert, History of the Welles Family in England and Normandy: With the Derivation From Their Progenit ors of, New York: Albert Welles (), , Google Books (Digital Library). 3 Wikipedia, "Henry Wells", (accessed 12/07/). History of the Buell Family in England: From the Remotest Times Ascertainable from Our Ancient Histories, and in America, from Town, Parish, Church and Family Records. Illustrated with Portraits and Coat Armorial: Compiled by: Albert Welles: Publisher: Society Library, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: Length 5/5(4).

The book, "History of the Welles Family in England and Normandy, With the Derivation from their Progenitors of some of the Descendants in the United States," by Albert Welles, New York, It is absolutely filled with genealogical and personal information about various Welles/Wells family members and allied family members. Notes on medieval occurrences of the surname in various counties; the text of The ancient family of Wyke of North Wyke, co Devon by the Rev.W. Wykes-Finch (); another account from Charles Worthy's Devonshire Wills () and further details with a History of North Wyke.

Get this from a library! History of the Welles family in England and Normandy: with the derivation from their progenitors of some of the descendants in the United States,. [Albert Welles]. Page 7 - Baux, or Bayeux, or de Vallibus) family of France, one of the most illustrious families known to history. The derivation is traced to the year , from which period they held the highest rank, personally and by royal intermarriages. It was founded in England after the Conquest, by Harold de Vaux (a near connection of William the Conqueror), and his three sons, Barons Hubert, Ranulph.


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[Albert Welles] -- Thomas Welles () immigrated from Essex County, England to Hartford, Connecticut inand served as secretary of state, deputy governor, and governor of the colony.

6 WELLES FAMILY. Everaux, or Euille (a spring, orwaters,) in Normandy,and originated also the root of Vernon, from Ver, a spring. Richard deWelles, or Euille, took the nameof Welles in England. Theoll r of Battle Abbey contains the name of this ancestor of the Welles family, " R.

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From Connecticut, ss Local Families and Histories New England Families, Vol. IV, Genealogies and Memorials, Pg. "The WELLS or WELLES family of America is descended from the family " de Welles " of Lincolnshire, England. The de Welles family, who were Barons by summons to parliament, originated in the Vaux or Baux, Bayeux, or De Vallibus family of France.

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WELLS FAMILY. The Wells, or Welles, family, in England; is of very ancient origin, clearly traceable back, it is claimed, to the time of the Nor­ man conquest.

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