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The origin of the name Levy is French ??

and the Coat of Arms has On a gold shield three black chevrons.

The family motto is Aide bieu au second Chretien Levis?


Spelling variations include: Levy, Levi, Leavy, Leavie, Leavey, Levie, Lvis, Lvi, Lvie, Le Vie, de Lvis, de Lvie, Lvis de and many more.

First found in Ile-de-France


Our first Levy to arrive in Nova Scotia was Richard Levy. He was a ship's Captain from Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, and a native of Gravesend, Kent, England. He met Jacob Isenor a merchant in Dartmouth and married his daughter MaryAnn Isenor.

Richard and MaryAnn were married at the Christ Church in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia in 1850. Levy's have been attending this Church since then. The headstones of William Henry Levy's family and Charles Freeman Levy's family and Audrey White are in the Christ Church cemetery.

since January 2003

This page was last updated on Friday, 27-Jan-2006 13:57:30 MST

This is the Hume family tartan.


Levy Researchers Info: CathyLee, David, Bob, Margaret, Marion, Wayne, Lily, Lauren

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