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Origin of Ille

Total Records: 41 
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: neville means new villa or town--french
Surnames: Neville
Submitted by: charles neville
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Originally irish, immigrated to Australia around the 1850's.
Surnames: Killen
Submitted by: Emma Killen
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Although the ancestry can be traced back to the Viking origins of Halfdan the Old, it would appear that the family name of Granville was not actually established until the year 1012; with the marriage of Mauger, the youngest son of The 3rd Duke of Normandy,( Richard the Fearless), to Germaine, heiress to Aubert, the second Earl of Corbeil.%0a%0aTwo generations later, the brothers Robert Fitzhamon and Richard de Granville followed the Conqueror (William the 7th Duke of Normandy) to England and established the family on land in North Cornwall and South Wales. The Buckinghamshire Granvilles are descended from Richard's son Gerard.
Surnames: Granville
Submitted by: Malcolm Granville
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Newvine - Name assumed by Pierre and Petronelli (Duperron) Villeneuve when they migrated to the USA about 1865 with a major portion of their children, some grown and married. Some of the children settled in St. Lawrence Co and Oswego County, NY Pierre and Petronelli Villneuve changed their name to Peter and Agnes Newvine and settled in Saginaw MI area.
Surnames: Newvine, Villeneuve
Submitted by: Oscar H. Kirkpatrick
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Name originated in Scotland. This is the descendants of Gillies of Scotland. Gillespie is a member of the Clan Chattan and also Clan McPherson
Surnames: Gillespie, Gillespy, Gillies
Submitted by: Ray Carpenter
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Those with the last name Hille may or may not be a derivative of Hillel or Hillelson...never the less the information I have, though minimal is that the Hillel is in the Bible in the book of Judges, Chapter 8, I believe. I believe the Hillelson (son of hillel) family came from Prussia. If anyone else can add to this information, please advise.
Surnames: Hille, Hillel, Hillelson
Submitted by: Rev. A. James Hillelson
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: The name Blue is a translation of the name MacGhilleghuirm and was originally Gorm meaning Blue in Gaelic. The name Blue may have been assumed because of skin color associated with a recessive gene.
Surnames: Blue, Gille-Ghorm, Mcguirman
Submitted by: Joseph E. Blue
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: A George Hillegass (circa 1746-1814), who was born in Sinsheim, Baden Germany and migrated with his parents to America. He was the son of Peter Hillegass who was descended from Hans Peter and Anna (Triegel) Hillegass of Sinsheim. George migrated to Fayette County, PA where we see the spelling 'Hillegass'. However around 1787 he moved to what is now Fleming County, KY. It was at that time that the spelling of his surname appeared as 'Hilligoss'. It is not clear why the spelling was changed. However to this day his descendants maintain that spelling.
Surnames: Hilligoss, Hillegass
Submitted by: Russell K. Hillegass, Jr.
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Origin: Saw Mill or Cotton Mill worker. Also, A Mill Shop keeper
Surnames: Miller
Submitted by: Jane Deaton
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Sixkiller of Cherokee descent
Surnames: Sixkiller
Submitted by: Nita
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Looking for information 0on the Rothmillers of New York, early 1900's. Great grandmother was Bertha Rothmiller, wife of Harry Reid, mother of Robert H. Reid.
Surnames: Rothmiller
Submitted by: Jennifer Reid
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: family name, british
Surnames: skillett
Submitted by: skillett
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: James Gillespie and Isobel Paterson of Lanarkshire, Scotland, with familes extending to Canada, England, Australia and US
Surnames: Gillespie
Submitted by: Jonathan Edwards
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Dillenschneider, Dillenschneider essentially from Alsace-Lorraine France
Surnames: Dillenschneider
Submitted by: Thibault Dillenschneider
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: I am descended from Richard Dilley, b. 1740, of Luzerne Co., Penn. through his son Jonathan, and his son Matthias. Looking for proof of parentage for Richard Dilley.
Surnames: Dilley
Submitted by: Douglas Dalton
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Millens in Missouri, from North Carolina & Kentucky
Surnames: MILLEN
Submitted by: Belinda
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: George Rigden Miller Ch 17 July 1831 Sandwich Kent.Parents George Miller and Mary Allen also a sister Mary Ann Ch 13 Sept 1829 Sandwich,Kent George Rigden Miller Marr 10 July 1855 Melbourne,Australia to Maria Ann Croke.
Surnames: Miller
Submitted by: Sylvia Rowe
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Peter Marr Elizabeth Rigden 14 July 1787 Canterbury,Kent,Eng. Child George Miller Ch abt 1800 Marr Mary Allen in Kent,Eng their Children: Mary Ann Ch 13 Sept 1829 Sandwich,Kent. George Rigden Miller Ch 17 July 1831 Sandwich,Kent.he marr Maria Anne Croke 10 July 1855 Melbourne, Australia.
Surnames: Miller
Submitted by: Sylvia Rowe
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Mary Ann Miller b:7 Apr. 1816 in PA. Possible link John H. Miller b:12 Oct. 1809, who married Isabella Yocum b: 23 Aug. 1814 in PA. Need more info on Mary Ann, who she was to the family.
Surnames: MILLER
Submitted by: Cheryl
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

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 Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: My name is Robert Bradley Somerville and I am looking for anyone who can help me locate info on my family's history. Apparently we were traced back to Scottland but I don't know how far back or when this search was conducted. My father is John Robert, born in Treherne, Manitoba in 1938 and his parents names were Jack and Isabelle (nee Mclean - possibly Maclean) and Jacks parents names were Ed and Eva (nee Bullard). If anyone can help with more info, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks
Surnames: Somerville
Submitted by: Brad
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: born 1956 Chester England.Resides Australia since 1976. Married, children boy and girl, Adriell and Jarrod.I have four other sisters Pearl,Kerry,Gail and the youngest Briggette.I have three nephews and three nieces they all live in England.The origin Birmingham i believe according to my farther Brian Willetts who died Feb 2001.He was one of five brothers only two remaining.My grandparents were Fred and Lettica Willetts of Saltney Chester.
Surnames: Willetts
Submitted by: Paul
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Researching the ancestry, descendents and collateral relatives of Katherine NILLES (b. 1847 Rhenish Prussia, d. 1922 Illinois), m. Sebastian BETH 1868
Surnames: Nilles
Submitted by: Janis Wilkens
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Surname originating from either Ireland or France
Surnames: Prendiville
Submitted by: sylvaine christie
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: The names Somerville and Sommerville appear to be merely variant spellings of the same name, and also to be of local origin. As a surname neither of these forms is at all common, yet a number of persons named Sommerville may be found in West Virginia. It will be noted that the immigrant ancestor of this family had a good number of sons, and there are Sommervilles also in the state whose direct relation to this line seems doubtful. As a name of a place, Somerville is best known in the United States in connection with a city of good size in Massachusetts, one of the suburbs of Boston.
Surnames: Somerville, Sommerville
Submitted by: History of West Virginia
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Gauthier dit Landreville is an origin name. "Dit", meaning sames as, is used like Tex being from Texas. These particular Gauthiers were from Landreville in France.
Surnames: Londraville,Londerville,Landerville,Landreville, Anderville, Gauthier, Gautier
Submitted by: Robert Londraville
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Scottland
Surnames: Tilley
Submitted by:
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: French
Surnames: Merville
Submitted by:
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Wydevill

English origin means town by the woods
Surnames: Wydevill, Woodville
Submitted by: glitz
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Butler

Irish & Norman origins "botte" means a vat or large trough used to contain wine.

Middle English origin "boteler" means servant in charge of the bottes.
Surnames: Boteler, Botiller
Submitted by: glitz
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Taylor

English origin means to cut
Surnames: Tayler, Tailour, Taylour, Tailleur, Tailor
Submitted by: glitz
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Willemsen - Changed to Willems and then Williams when my Great, Great Grandfather moved here from Scotland. He was actually Norwegian.
Surnames: Williams, Willemsen, Willems
Submitted by: Rachael Williams
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: KEEPER OF THE MILL
MILL KEEPER
Surnames: MILLERBERND
Submitted by: richard millerbernd
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Mandeville is latin meaning "From the grand city of".
Surnames: Mandeville
Submitted by: David
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: The origins of the name Darvill(e) must be found in France as the family was quite positively Huguenot.Those who fled to England joined the (French) Huguenot churches. Eventually they were absorbed by the Non-Roman Catholic Churches.
Surnames: Darvill, Darville
Submitted by: Anthony J. Bosschaert
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Brouillet dit Lavigueur
Surnames: Brouillette
Submitted by: Kelly Brouillette Willis
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: The name Melville originates from the village of Malleville le Gres in the Pays de Caux in Normandy: the list of "companions of Duke William" in his invasion of England in 1066 includes one Guillaume de Malleville. The family next appears in southern Scotland in the 12th century.
Surnames: Melville
Submitted by: Nigel Melville
Origin of Ille, Meaning of Ille

Origin: Further research has unearthed another etymological possibility behind the Hilleard surname!

It may be that 'Hilleard' is derived from Anglo-Saxon words 'hyll' and 'geard' - when adjoined meaning a dwelling or enclosure on a hill.
Surnames: Hilleard
Submitted by: Ember Radford

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