George Emery LYONS Sr. Genealogy

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William Lea George 1946-2009
William Lea George 1946-2009
William (Bill) Lea George
Son of Jesse William (Bill)
George & Beula Naomi Sloan
Lyons George
Husband of Evelyn Gail Myers
Photo taken in South Gate, Los
Angeles, California 7 March 1970 
 
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William Nelson Tice 1868-1937
William Nelson Tice 1868-1937
Son of Manson Tice and Diancey
Carpenter Tice
Husband of Isabelle McGrew
Dyson Tice 
 
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William Nelson Tice 1868-1937
William Nelson Tice 1868-1937
Son of Manson Tice and Diancey
Carpenter Tice
Husband of Isabelle McGrew
Dyson Tice 
 
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William Richard Staker
William Richard Staker
1840-1917
Son of Francis Staker and
Harriet Paige Staker
Husband of Ruth Haines Staker 
 
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William Richard Staker 1840-1917
William Richard Staker 1840-1917
Son of Francis Staker and
Harriet Paige Staker
Husband of Ruth Haines Staker 
 
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William Rooke Weakley 1836-1920
William Rooke Weakley 1836-1920
Son of Amelia Rooke and William Weakley
Husband of Emily Hales Duncan Weakley
Taken from wedding photo 1861 in
South Australia, Australia 
 
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Williams Coat of Arms
Williams Coat of Arms
This name derives from the personal
name "Wilhelm" composed of the
elements "wil", meaning "of strong
mind", and "helm", translating
literally as helmet, and in this
context meaning "protection".  
 
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Williamson Family Coat of Arms
Motto: Murus aeneus conscientia sana
Motto Translation: A sound conscience
is a wall of brass.
This famous and interesting surname is
a patronymic of William. William is
derived from the Norman form of an Old
French personal name composed of the
Germanic elements "wil", will, desire,
and "helm", helmet, protection.
Name Origin Research www.surnamedb.com
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Wing Family Coat of Arms
Wing Family Coat of Arms
This name is of English locational origin. It
is recorded as Wedwungum in the Anglo-Saxon
Chronicle, dated 966, as Withunga in the Domesday
Book of 1086 and as Weenge in the 1203 Assize Court
Rolls of Buckinghamshire, derives its name from the
Old English pre 7th Century, "Wiht(h)uningas" meaning
"dwellers at (ingas), the settlement (tun) of Wiht",
a byname from "wiht", a "creature". 
 
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Xenianaliz Holzknecht Andrew
Wife of Joshua David Andrew
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Yeoman Family Coat of Arms
Yeoman Family Coat of Arms
Recorded in the spellings of Yeoman,
Yeman, and Yeomans, this is a very
traditional English surname. It
derives from the Olde English pre 7th
Century word "geong" meaning "young",
plus "mann", meaning a worker.  
 

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