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Dye Genealogy & History

Dye is an English surname, and oddly enough has nothing to do with dyes. It comes from the personal name Dye, which comes from the Middle English name Dionisia, related to the Greek Dionysia, which means the divine one of Nysa, a mountain in what is now Afghanistan. Dye family history begins with Walter Dye, who was noted as a witness in the Court Rolls of the manor of Wakefield in 1316. Dye genealogy includes several noteworthy people, such as former Mississippi Lieutenant Governor Brad Dye; Marine Captain, film consultant, and actor Dale Dye; and prominent New Zealand microbiologist David Dye.

Dye Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Aaron Dye-- --, 1946September 3,2003MI
B Louise Dye-- --, 1918August 13,1999MD
C Mitchell Dye-- --, 1922December 25,2009GA
D Herbert Dye-- --, 1918February 16,2006NY

Dye Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Earl Dye-- --, 1899July ,1980Milton,PA
Faith Dye-- --, 1928October 30,2004Pasadena,TX
Gael Dye-- --, 1891February ,1974Lebanon,IN
H Lloyd Dye-- --, 1925August 10,2007Nottingham,MD

Dye Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Arthur DyeMary AmyFebruary 22,2001Harris, TX
David DyeJudith KlibbeMay 12,1979Wake, NC
Earl DyeNancy LittleAugust 18,1957Wake, NC
Rodney DyeKarla WebsterJune 12,1976Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Dye

1068th: Rossi1069th: Holley
1070th: Kay1071st: Courtney
1072nd: Kimball1073rd: Woodruff
1074th: Crow1075th: Luna
1076th: Post1077th: Gregg

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