4 edition of Andros Guille. found in the catalog.
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He fought and was badly wounded in the Civil War, fought the American War Department to get a pension, featured in a medical text book and had eight children. He died in His great-grandson, Les Guille, was a commander in the US Navy and he sent Graham a copy of Andros' Civil War diary.
Andros Guille was born in Zanesville, Ohio in Guille of the Rohais and St. George, in the island of Guernsey Biographical Notice of the late John Guille Esq from the Sequel to the Annals of Guernsey 2ndly Acte Andrew's Andros Guille.
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The Guille family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Guille families were found in the UK in In there were Guille families living in Channel Islands.
This was about 70% of all the recorded Guille's in the UK. Channel Islands had the highest population of Guille families in Two more children were born in Zanesville, one of which was my great-grandfather, Andros Guille. Andros Guille.
book Andros was apprenticed as a bookbinder, but sometime afterentered into the grocery business with his brother-in-law, B.F. Leslie, at 34 S. Main St., Zanesville. InAndros enlisted as a Corporal in the 97th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment.
Thomas Andros' Commonplace Book, by the Seigneur of Saumarez Manor, from a family 'whose penmanship was far from good;' a handwritten pamphlet of herbal medicine and fruit-growing, datedGuernsey, and an exploration of other texts quoted in it.
The Priaulx Library has amongst its collection a very fine document, known as The Commonplace Book of Thomas. Cristiano Ronaldo & Mesut Özil The Perfect Duo All Assists On Each Other | HD - Duration: Nero7Official 3, views. Gavin Guile was the oldest of the three Guile brothers, son of Andross and Felia and Dazen were close during childhood but grew apart when Andross began to show favor to Gavin, and the tension between them only increased when he became Prism-elect.
Gavin is Zymun's true father and is believed to be father of Kip and Dazen's younger brother, and. InMr Guille married Elizabeth, daughter of Peter Hubert, esq., and had issue six sons and three daughters, the eldest son being the late Captain John Andros Guille, 25th Regiment (Queen’s Own Borderers), who succeeded his father to the estate, now succeeded by his brother the Rev.
George De Carteret Guille, rector of Little Torrington. 19th century. Robert Porrett Le Marchant (–10); Peter de Havilland (–21); Daniel de Lisle Brock (–43); Jean Guille (–45); Peter Stafford Carey (–83); John de Havilland Utermarck (–84); Edgar McCulloch (–95); Sir Thomas Godfrey Carey Kt., LL.D.
(–), married Eliza de Sausmarez Grassic, daughter of Thomas Ritchie Grassic, of. Import/Export a GEDCOM File Search Search the Database. Sustain Project, Groningen. 92 likes 4 talking about this. European school pupils engaged in citizen science projects on bird migration and water ers: The Bailiff is the Chief Justice in each of the Channel Island bailiwicks of Guernsey and Jersey, also serving as president of the legislature and having ceremonial and executive functions.
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