|Subject:||Re: Isela (origin)|
|Author:||WillowBelle (Authenticated as WillowBelle)|
|Date:||February 5, 2010 at 12:10:04 AM|
|Reply to:||Isela (origin) by edenrowe|
I Googled the name and came up with a baby-naming site that said it's Scottish, a variant of Isla. Hmm.
Since I'm an avid genealogy researcher, I went to the messsage boards at Ancestry.com and did a search for "Isela". I got almost 100 hits, mostly for people of Mexican ancestry, a few Italian, including some born in the early 1900s. No indication of where the name came from, but it apparently has been in use for a while.
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