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MX world : International Molyneux Family Association newsletter

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Mercyside, England : International Molyneux Family Association, c1994-
v. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.
Vol. 9 no. 2 (Nov 1994) -


Quarterly, published February, May, August, and November.

Some text is in French and Latin.

Subtitle varies: Newsletter of the International Molyneux Family Association; International Molyneux Family Association newsletter.

Editor: Betty Molyneux Brown.

Continues: International Molyneux Family Association newsletter.

Published: Mercyside, England; Bainbridge Island, Washington

International Molyneux Family Association (also known as IMFA) was founded by Wesley Luthor Jacob Mullenneix in August 1986. They held their first international reunion in 1988. Additional information is available on their Web site.

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Molyneux (and variant spellings) families who came from England, Flanders, France, Germany, Holland, Ireland, Normandy, Scotland, Switzerland, Wales, and possibly Spain. One early ancestor was Robert de Mouline (Meulin) in Normandy, the son of Peter and Heloise Molyneux Abelard. Some Molyneux families immigrated to America in the 1700s, and settled in Barbados and other parts of the West Indies, and in Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Virginia. During the 1800s, some settled in Ontario and Prince Edward Island (Canada), Australia, New Zealand, and in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. Later descendants also lived in the Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan (Canada), England, France, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, South Africa, Tasmania, United Kingdom, and in Alaska, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Louisiana, Michigan, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Washington D.C., and elsewhere.

Includes a cumulative index for the 1986-1996 issues.

Includes annual indexes.

Includes de Mallenaux, Malonex, Maulenenx, Mellenix, Meulin, Milinese, Milineux, Millenix, Millineaux, Millinix, Millinne, Millinx, Millyneaux, Milnix, Moleneux, Moleyns, Molin, Molinaei, Molinar, Molinary, Moline(s), Molineaux, Molineier, Moliner, Molineur, Molineus, Molineux, Molinew, Molinex(e), Molinier, Molino, Molins, Molleneau, Mollenoyux, Mollin, Mollinaux, Mollineaux, Mollineux, Mollinex, Mollinicks, Mollonee, Moloneux, Mollyman, Mollyneaux, Mollyner, Mollyneux, Mollynex, Molynaux, Molyneaud, Molyneaux, Molyneaux, Molyneux, Molynieux, Molyniux, Molyns, Molynux, Molyteur, Moulin(e), Mouleneux, Moulinex, Moulinars, Moulineaux, Moulineux, Moulynox, Mulanax, Mulenick, Mulin, Mulinex(t), Mulinick, Mulino(s), Mulins, Mulinus, Mulinx, Mullander, Mullanix, Mullenaux, Mullenax, Mullender, Mulleneaux, Mulleneoux, Mullengnase, Mullenioux, Mullenix, Mullenneix, Mullenner, Mullenor, Mulleneaux, Mullennix, Mullenx, Mullinass, Mullinax, Mullineaux, Mulliner, Mullineux, Mullinex, Mullinext, Mullingnace, Mullingnax, Mulliniced, Mullinick, Mullinicks, Mullinks, Mullinis(e), Mullinix, Mullinnecks, Mullinnex, Mullinnix, Mullinox, Mullins, Mullinx, Mulnix, Mullonex, Mullynex, Mullyneux, Mulneck(s), Mulnee, Mulner, Mulnick, Mulnix, Mulno, and other variant spellings.

Also includes Abelard, Dillon, Greene (an alias), Lake, Marlenee, Neil, Seel, de Villars, and many other related families.



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