Last name: Miles
© Copyright: Name Origin Research www.surnamedb.com 1980 - 2016
I'm from Algiers but i dn't know the origine of my name MILES
Hi, I would love to get in contact with any miles within england, I am currently looking into my family's history and would love to find out more. I was born in New Zealand. email@example.com
I am from Dillon SC and my grandfather is James Buster Miles If anyone has some history or related please post
I'm from England and as far as I know my family have always lived in England. In the West Midlands
I'm from Texas, originating in the Fort Worth Area. Now living in East Texas.
My mother was a June Miles. We have traced her fathers family back to the 1700's to Brinton Miles of the Philadelphia area. Brinton is a very Main Line Philadelphia name but we are not part of them. However , we were always told that we were Welsh. I know that we married into a lot of German.
Malenia Miles Payne
I am from Dalton, Georgia, My father is Lloyd Bruce Miles, (My grandfather is Christopher Columbus Miles- he is from the Knoxville, Tennessee area. He had a sister Mae Miles Babb, he married Ethel Pearl Anders.
Rose Miles Thiessen
I was told we werefrom Wales but as I've done years of research on my genealogy, I have found many of my family that landed in Pennsylvania were from England and married many germanic women(Wistar). Go down the line and I found we are related to bigod that was in the knights templar and some other notable families that aided in the Norman conquest many were Dukes or Marquees. Interesting.
Wow very interesting
My great grandfather came from England to Argentina. My grandfather, Edward Miles Knight, then moved to Mexico in wher he got married. My father stayed in Mexico, and now I live in Merida, Yucatan...
I'm from Bangor Maine. My Father is David Miles from Oldtown Maine and his Father is David Miles from Oldtown Maine.
This is my biological name. Adoption papers say I was born in 1941 in Ronoake County, Virginia. My mother had brothers and sisters but moved away after she put me up for adoption. I don't have her name.
Len (surname -Miles) Balasa
I was born 1951 in Chicago (Catholic Charities, St Vincent's) as Lawrence Miles and adopted (named Leonard) only several days afterwards in early February into the Balasa family. Always knew I was adopted. Found my biological mother (Laura) and one full sister (Laura) when I was 32. I was the oldest child. Also had six half siblings from a different father. My father's name was Charles Miles and was born sometime in 1917 and passed 1964. I never knew or met him. As the history states the surname "Miles" has some French Norman ancestory where the Norman side had Viking roots derived from the Northmen. The first Duke of Normandy was Rollo (Rolf) a Noble Norwegian Viking. William the Conquerer was the 7th Duke of Normandy and became king of England after the Battle of Hastings in 1066. It seems the ancestry of a surname usually claims its' last stop. So for nearly a thousand years the surname (Miles, Myles, Mills, etc.) has claimed English and or Irish roots.