is designed to help
research their LeValley ancestry. More specifically, it
useful preliminary information before one joins the LeValley e-mail
There are more LaValley families. They tend to be French-Canadian and Catholic. LeValley seems to be a distinctive Channel Islands spelling. (Unfortunately, few Channel Island records have been microfilmed, so it is very difficult to go back and check.) A LeValleyn family is recorded on the island of Guernsey as early as the 1200s. Few LeValleys remain in the Channel Islands today. They seem to have migrated, household by household, to various places in the United States and Canada. Most, if not all, of those immigrants were Protestants.
a separate list for LaValley research. It
spellings as LaVallee. You probably don't need to join it,
I will report to our list any misspellings of our name that end up over
there. For the LeVally spelling, stay
PLEASE FOLLOW THESE FOUR STEPS:
2. Please take the time to see if you can help us identify any of these Mystery LeValleys:
Having become informed and
done your duty, please join us on the LeValley e-mail list (if you have
not already done so). There you can post your own inquiries
get some help. Just send a message with the subject line
and the body containing only the word
and nothing else to LEVALLEY-Lfirstname.lastname@example.org
I encourage you to send us
all an introductory letter, so we get to know you, and know what you
looking for. Here is
indicate which part(s) of which family you are researching, and whether
you are doing pedigree or lineage work.
Pedigree--Tracing your 2 parents, 4 grandparents, 8 great-grandparents, and on back.
Lineage--Picking a common LeValley ancestor, and locating your distant cousins.
recognize any names in step
2, or if you have questions, please contact me:
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Tallahassee, FL 32310
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