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Date Posted: Fri, Jan 19 2007, 14:28:30
Author: Lidia Dalbiak
In reply to: Dalbiac 's message, "Re: D'ALBIAC FAMILY" on Sun, Jul 02 2006, 7:35:45

Does anyone know whether a name Dalbiak come from name d'Albiac. I was told a long time ago, that it comes from a Spanish name of de Alba. I would be very grateful if you send an answer to my email

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[> [> [> Re: D'ALBIAC FAMILY -- Simon Melen, Tue, Jan 22 2008, 1:00:57

Are you still interested in the Dalbiac's. (without the apostrophe). So am I. I have quite a bit of information about Col. Philip Hugh Dalbiac and some of his daughters.


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