Surnames/tags: Vinal Vinall Vynehall
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The surname Vinal is an old Sussex name, from a physical place called "The Vyne Hall" near Lewes. During this time vines were grown throughout South England and as far North as Leicester. A family called Vynehall owned an estate from the 14th Century and in 1657 obtained a Grant of Arms depicting a black field and a gold chief charged with three wild lions []
The Vinal surname is the 377,828th most common name in the world; most prevalent in the U.S. and most dense in Spain []
Some "Vinal's" inhabited Maine and thus established "Vinalhaven, Maine"; the following link is "A Brief Historical Sketch of the town of Vinalhaven..." []
Vinalhaven, Maine today: https://www.townofvinalhaven.org/
Some Vinal's lived in Waldo and Knox Counties; Waldo County was erected July 3, 1827 and was taken from parts of Hancock, Lincoln and Kennebec Counties.
The town of Vinalhaven was added from Hancock County March 15, 1838.
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On 13 Sep 2018 at 00:22 GMT Carol (Farwell) Kelly wrote: