Geographic distribution of the historical origins of English [, Cornish] and Welsh surnames.

Geographic distribution of the historical origins of English [, Cornish] and Welsh surnames.

We're still Scottish - It may seem like there is no need for this, but I was once told, "You celebrate St. Patrick's Day, don't you?  Of course you do, your surname is Scott."  (Cheryland Jennifer)

We're still Scottish - It may seem like there is no need for this, but I was once told, "You celebrate St. Patrick's Day, don't you? Of course you do, your surname is Scott." (Cheryland Jennifer)

Clan Map of Ireland | Irish Origenes: Use Family Tree DNA to Discover Your Genetic Origins | Clans of Ireland | Irish Surnames Map

Clan Map of Ireland | Irish Origenes: Use Family Tree DNA to Discover Your Genetic Origins | Clans of Ireland | Irish Surnames Map

My ancestors left by 1624 ( Owen/Vaughan), however if the Davis family was from Wales, sometime before 1790. My surnames in Wales: Owen, Vaughan,Puleston, Pughe,Wynn, Morgan, Richard, Llwyd, Nannau, probably Davis. My husband's surnames: Thomas, Pritchard, Llewellyn (Lewellen), Humphrey

My ancestors left by 1624 ( Owen/Vaughan), however if the Davis family was from Wales, sometime before 1790. My surnames in Wales: Owen, Vaughan,Puleston, Pughe,Wynn, Morgan, Richard, Llwyd, Nannau, probably Davis. My husband's surnames: Thomas, Pritchard, Llewellyn (Lewellen), Humphrey

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