Last name: Wells
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Andrew R Wells
omg this is like finding a new family! I'm a wells from south east england - in east sussex :)
I am a Wells also. I am from west tennessee. my father and his family live in chicago area. my grandfather frank died in the mid nineties and he is from kentucky. i do not know anyone on the wells side to ask ant questions. any help??
wow, ok, i had no idea so many wells were around from the east :) name here is Buck (keith) wells, dad was Loren wells, grandad was Ad wells, and great grandad was Lee wells from somewhere in ILL. Lee settled in the powder river basin of wyoming in the late 1800's but so far thats all i know , at that time very little other than native americans were here.
Im a Wells for new Jersey USA. I had no idea there were so many of us!
i never knew there were so many wellsys in america cor mate im a born n bred east londoner and i took me mums maiden name cos me dad was a proper toby jug anyway me grandad was aproper wells and he was proper
Hail to "Wells" of every stripe and no matter where ye be located.
John Robertson Wells
South Ga. here !
I am a wells from California USA. mother was born here, but my grandfather was born in Oklahoma Usa.
I am a wells born and bred in Long Island Bahamas
I live in North Texas, US. Related to one of the fighters at the Alamo George Wells. A cousin has traced our lineage back to the UK with a very remote link to Longshanks.
Brady L Wells
I am from San Augustine, Texas and like to find out my history! I am 14. I was told I am descended from Zorobabel Wells.
Franklin D. Wells
Live in Idaho, family came from New York/Conn. area. Thomas Wells was first member of family in America. He was from Essex England.
I was born in Jamaica I have lived their for most of my life. I don't know my father or anyone on his side of the family.....growing up I never met anyone with my surname,it's good to finally see that I'm not alone. I now reside I Georgia, hopefully I'll get the chance to meet face to face with a "Wells".