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Replies: 16
Posted: 29 Jun 2001 1:30PM GMT
Edited: 24 Apr 2003 4:30PM GMT
Surnames: Daniel
Hello to all,
I don't know if you know the origin of the " OSLE ", but I can tell you that
they don't come from Spain. Indeed, I make researches on this patronymic since
5 years and I can tell you that they are original of Belgium.
Here is history, of the Belgian workers, specialized in the foundry of cannons,
have summers hired by " Jean Curtius " that was the biggest supplier of
munition for the King of Spain. 50 families left from the region of " Liège ",
in years 1620, in which the " Osle ". The first known is " Laurent Hosselet "
son of " Antoine Hosselet " that lived to Virelles in Belgium. It is necessary
to know that phonetically, " OSLE OSLET HOSLET HOSSELET OSSELET " pronounces
itself of the same way in French and in Spanish. If you are interested by my
explanations, say me. I will like to receive the information concerning
your family however, indeed I search for all carriers of the name. I am at
present with a picture of 157 inches of long on 78 inches of top.
A friendly salute of belgium
Daniel Dengis

Oups I forgot to tell you that my wife Dolores Urles is a downward of this
Laurent Oslet, his name to been crippled 3 times on the last
generation. Osle -> Usle - Usles -> Urles.
Please tell me if you understand the French and/or the Spanish, because I
must use a computer translator to write you in English.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
DanielDengis 29 Jun 2001 7:30PM GMT 
OOsle 5 Jan 2003 6:07AM GMT 
aosle 23 Jan 2003 11:26PM GMT 
OOsle 8 Feb 2003 8:16AM GMT 
aosle 10 Feb 2003 9:22AM GMT 
Daniel_Dengis 10 Feb 2003 9:11PM GMT 
aosle 11 Feb 2003 8:53AM GMT 
dhondtann 9 Mar 2004 3:06PM GMT 
Ducados 11 Mar 2004 2:22PM GMT 
Ann 15 Mar 2004 8:30AM GMT 
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