Last name: Mills
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I always thought it was from like Spain and England lol
My grandpa told me that the Mills name is Dutch and English. I've also heard some Mills' are from Scotland too. But I'm not Spanish Though. My Mills' family has Mostly Black or Brown Hair (Dark hair). I have Brownish Blonde, I get that from another side of my family, (Irish).
Born in Evansville, Indiana & currently residing in Virginia Beach, VA. Most of the Mills' that I know of are living around Indiana or Illinois. I met another Mills here in VA Beach that said his whole family is from Canada and that is where the Mills name came from right after England.
From Ireland, black hair, blue eyes, light skin. Always thought the name was English so no surprise for me there. Just wanted to say hello to my fellow "grinders".
I was born in Orlando Florida and now live in Nashville Tennessee. I was told by my father that our family probably immigrated from England, but I'm light skinned with auburn hair and hazel eyes, so now I'm beginning to wonder if my ancestors were Scottish or Irish. I think I'll do some more research because now I'm intrigued.
Leonard J. Mills
I'm from India. The name is English. I think I got this surname because the English ruled India for 200 odd years. Most probably my ancestor married someone of Indian origin and the name passed down to generations.
Kevin C. Mills
If there are any Irish Mills"s out there would love to here from you. my grandfather on my father's side was Irish.the story i was told was his father had a dairy farm outside of dublin. when he died Samuel Mills (my grandfather) and his brother had a falling out. anyway Samuel Mills left for the US and his brother stayed to run the dairy farm. I know in my heart there is family still there and hopefully interested as I am in connecting with long lost family.
There was a Samuel Mills who owned land in Kildare (not far from Dublin) in the 1800's. The place was called 'Turnings'. Ring any bells? First names tended to get handed on down to sons.
Yep lots of us Mills's in Scotland mainly Dundee.
Hello, I'm Irish, born in Dublin, fair skinned, brown eyes. Long line of Mills's from Dublin. Not a traditional Irish name. Originated from English settlers in Ireland.
I grew up in the upper Ohio Valley, Martins Ferry, OH. Reading "BornFighting" by Sen. James Webb. Easy to read history of Scots-Irish before and after migrating to North America, mostly US. ,
Hi all you fellow "Mills's"! My grandad was named Thomas and was married to Lily Keane and emigrated from East Ham, London after WW1, ending up in Portland,OR. I had an uncle Thomas who was born in East Ham and another uncle, Robert and an auntie named Margaret; all (sad to say) deceased. I had a dishwater blonde hair that was red at birth and (used) to have a luxuriant reddish-brown (chestnut?) beard that is now as white as the newly-driven snow. I have a cousin named Linda which I have not kept in touch with (family politics). My email; email@example.com please contact me if you have anything to offer! Peace and love!
Hope Ashley Mills-Dundas
I would love to know who my Father was. He died in Greeley, Colorado when I was about a year old(1992?). He was Charles R. Mills 3rd.
Hope Ashley Mills-Dundas
I found my Fathers death certificate! Charles Richard Mills, 3rd. Died January 17, 1997. Birth place; Kansas City, Kansas; May 17, 1959. Parents; Charles R. Mills, Sr. and Virginia Rangel. I am White, Hispanic, Native with black hair, hazel eyes, and fair skin. My Mother is Eva Lucy Lucero; Greeley Colorado. I Hope A. Mills married November 19, 2011 to a Mr. David William Dundas; born April 12, 1975; Loveland Colorado. Any other information of my Dad would be greatly appreciated.