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Origin of Illa

Total Records: 12 
Origin of Illa, Meaning of Illa

Origin: The Bonilla are Castillians, and spread throughout Spain during the Reconquest. A branch established itself in Brazil in 1583. They proved their nobility at the Real Chancilleria de Hijosdalgo in Valladolid.
Surnames: Bonilla
Submitted by: Luiz Carlos Martins Bonilha
Origin of Illa, Meaning of Illa

Origin: Pamela Anne, Cynthia Diane, Anthony Charles or Barbara Esme Waterfall. Please contact me.
Surnames: Villaneuva
Submitted by: John Middleton
Origin of Illa, Meaning of Illa

Origin: Hester Millard b.1802,Gabriel Millard Jr b.1753, Gabriel Millard Sr.b 1709Johannes Millard b.1674/5, Ricardus Millarde de Wedmore, b.1646 Wedmore, Somerset County, England
Surnames: Millard
Submitted by: E.H. Gill
Origin of Illa, Meaning of Illa

Origin: The earliest records (1690s) realting to this Surname in Scotland can be traced to one family in Aberdeenshire and appear in the parishes of Kincardine O'Neil, Alford and Leochel-Cushnie. I have managed to link most of the 18th and 19th century Scottish records to this one family.
Surnames: CHILLAS
Submitted by: Roy Flett
Origin of Illa, Meaning of Illa

Origin: Any information of anyone with this name.
Surnames: Haillay
Submitted by: Walter_Jakeman
Origin of Illa, Meaning of Illa

Origin: James, b 6 Sep 1793, Frankfort, Waldo Co, Me. and Anna Bassett Couillard b 3 Oct 1793 Bucksport, Me. Their dau. Rachel mar Joseph Page. looking for info on Joseph Page, Rachel and Joseph Page's dau Anna Eliza Page, born Me. or Wi? Anna E. Page mar James N. Clough, location unknown.
Surnames: Couillard
Submitted by: Sharon B.
Origin of Illa, Meaning of Illa

Origin: It is a rare English Matronymic name -- that is, it comes from the name of the mother instead of the father. It is derived from the Germanic female given name Hildegard (Saxon or Norman in origin), comprised of Germanic elements hild = battle, strife + gard = fortress, strength. It is disputed as to whether this surname is Saxon or Norman derived, as the name was used by both, however, the Matronymic nature of the name suggests the former due to the patriarchal societal structure and culture of the Normans.
Surnames: Hilleard, Hilliard, Hillyard, Hillard
Submitted by: Ember Radford
Origin of Illa, Meaning of Illa

Origin: canadian
Surnames: monbrillant
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Origin of Illa, Meaning of Illa

Origin: italy
Surnames: villa
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Origin of Illa, Meaning of Illa

Origin: Villamizar, meaning "kingdom of wisdom". origin "kings of mother land"
Surnames: villamizar
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Origin of Illa, Meaning of Illa

Origin: italy
Surnames: cancilla
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Origin of Illa, Meaning of Illa

Origin: Italy
Surnames: santillan
Submitted by: vanessa

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