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== THE NILES FAMILY TREE  ==
== THE NILES FAMILY TREE  ==
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The Niles name can be traced back to England where the original spelling was "Nyle". William Nyle married Elizabeth Payne and had a son, John. John was born in 1537 in Dorset, England, and sometime after his birth they came to Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, where the name was changed to "Niles". John married Johane Paviot and the Niles' tree began in the United States.The professor of the United States of America is seen in a any comand that we do see, in the issues that we do foreseen in the topics of the respective attendants and as such, we are here in the dominion that we filter all issues that we do see here in the meaning of the respective representation that we do see here in the calculation of matters that we do obtain on issues that we collected on the different issues and matters that we obtained in the attendances of our services. Surrounded in the party, we came to see the different methodologies, that we do certain apostle with the coming necessary actions, that we encounter on the services that we fiter on the actions, that we see an enforcement with on the genera philosophy, that we do see here in the attendance ofthe respective traditional family.<br>
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The Niles name can be traced back to England, where the original spelling was "Nyle." William Nyle married Elizabeth Payne and had a son, John. John was born in 1537 in Dorset, England, and sometime after his birth they came to Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, where the name was changed to "Niles." John married Johane Paviot and the Niles' tree began in the United States.

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THE NILES FAMILY TREE

The Niles name can be traced back to England, where the original spelling was "Nyle." William Nyle married Elizabeth Payne and had a son, John. John was born in 1537 in Dorset, England, and sometime after his birth they came to Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, where the name was changed to "Niles." John married Johane Paviot and the Niles' tree began in the United States.

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