Hi all, can I step in here with a question? We know the double I appears in the next generation after William the immigrant,who's named is noted phoentically as "Eyeoms". With the "Ij" spelling in his son Richard's line. Isn't the double vowel a reflection of Flemish or Walloon ancestry? Only the double L appears in Welsh, and anyone who has ever tried to pronounce Ll correctly knows how impossible Welsh really is to speak.