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Wells Family History & Genealogy

85,901 biographies and 216 photos with the Wells last name. Discover the family history, nationality, origin and common names of Wells family members.
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Wells Last Name History & Origin

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Updated Nov 09, 2022

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Spellings & Pronunciations

Weil Welles

Nationality & Ethnicity

Israel and Bohemia & Resh Gulat Ashkenazic[Ashina Royal Clan]

Famous People named Wells

Apekonit(Capt. Williamm Wells)

Early Wellses

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Wells Family Members

Surnames: Weixer - Welsch
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The average age of a Wells family member is 71.0 years old according to our database of 65,706 people with the last name Wells that have a birth and death date listed.

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Connie Karle commented on Dec 01, 2002
My grandfather, Oscar Jesse Lee Wells, did not like having such a long name, so he shortened to O.L. Wells. When they moved to Oklahoma, he spent all day handpainting his name on the mailbox. He was very meticulous and everything had to be done just right.
After he was finished, he stood back and admired his handiwork. There on the silver mailbox were bright white letters: O L WELLS
The next day when he went to get his mail, the school children had made a slight adjustment to his name. His mailbox now read: OIL WELLS.
Ronnie Wells commented on Mar 19, 2014
About my father: My Daddy was a grate men are my son was a grate man type of thing because how we feel and how we are God Has Made Plain for us and he has a healing My Dad passed away in 07 and i though good of him but not bad of him he was a great a men and i love him and i love him and i won't before bit i cannot forget God has made me and that was a blessing!!!!!!!!!!1



But i love ya dad.
Raul Wells commented on Mar 26, 2015
Looking for information on Wells family from Texan and Missouri. My dad Sam was born in Houston. His dad Sam was born in Hagensport, TX. His dad (S.M. in 1900 Census) was from Missouri and I don't have any data on him other than the 1900 U S Census.
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