I'm proud to be a Dyer too. im from Oklahoma
i am from ma where my family have lived sence we came from england my grand pa always said we come from the brewsters. Never new what he ment but he had a old brewster family crest thing. I do know that cptn bradford married into the dyers.
Proud to learn we have such a cool motto.
I am from manchester england, but my father was from mayo, in ireland. The dyers from mayo spread the wings to all parts of the world in the 1950s.
Mary Elizabeth Dyer
Maiden name Dyer and I am curious as to where name originated. I was born Northern Ireland and my father was James Dyer born Belfast 1919.
Well its different to what I thought lol
Alison Louise Dyer
Well, I am trying to find the ancestry of my paternal
Grandmother. She appears to have no birth certificate.
I can remember her well though. She had white hair and a sallow
Complexion. I am trying to find out where the colouring
comes from. My father was also coloured, as am I and
Some of my children. It has been a family secret and our
ancestry has been kept hidden for far too long!
My father took the secret to his grave. I would love
To find out which country my grandmother came
From, as she entered Britain without a birth certicate,
This is almost impossible to trace! Can anyone help?
Anne Dyer Walker
My grandfather, Jerome Michael Dyer, was born in either Brooklyn or the
Bronx in the late 19th - early 20th century. He married Margaret Fitzmarten, with whom he lived in Baltimore. My father, also Jerome, grew up in Baltimore. A lot of the Dyer men are named Alex Aloysius.
No one on any of these sites seems connected with this line.
I'm from Trinidad, nice to meet you all.
Hi all, I'm a Dyer by marriage and I live in Gloucester, England.
I'm jamacain and my family is very pale and has very red hair Like I mean really red we don't even look jamacain some people even get us mixed up with another race and it frustrates me I just wanted to look up my last name (dyer) and they said it origins from Ireland so that keeps me not guessing so much :)
I am trying to find relatives of James Dyer born in 1891 Islington, he was a postman, he married Dorothy Gorman, he had two sons Peter born 1929 and Derek born 1933, after the divorce he lived in Dulwich and had other sons....
My grandparents moved over to Australia in the late 60's. Wilson and Norma Dyer. I've got two little boys called Ben and Will Dyer.
Getting a tattoo tomorrow that says * Terrere Nolo Timere Nescio* Its the Dyer Motto meaning *I wish not to intimidate and know not how to fear*
Hey everyone I was researching my surname and it goes back to the medieval times. Wow, now I need to research on my father side to see all of family with the last name of dyer goes back on his side.
Richie Dyer, Pants on Fire
From Cambridge UK, Now married to Tina Dyer, who is probably the worlds first German Dyer....very proud to carry the Name.
Im originally a Dyer. I was known as "one of them dyer girls" from where I'm from in Arkansas. Proud to be a Dyer!!
Greetings from Arizona.
Greetings from Australia. My great aunty has researched the Dyer family and believes our familys ansector arrived here as a convict from england for stealing a bee hive.
I'm from crowthorne in England, don't know any other Dyers apart from me and my dad. Anyone have any ancestors called Henry Dyer? For a few hundred years henry was the name of the first born son in my family, me my dad and my granddad (who was the second son in his family) are the only ones to not be called henry for a few hundred years, let me know if you have a long line of ancestors called henry, cos we could be related! interested to know if i'm related to any of the dyers about today
Hello my name is joshua dyer and im very posh and i live in scotland by hadrians wall my house number is 29 and it is huge bye dyers thank u all