Re: Your Try Ancestors
Hello from England. It's good to see some of us made the right decision and went west.
My cousin has done some research into the family here in UK and I will have a look at how far back it goes.
There is a family "belief" that the name was originally French with an e, and that 1066 and the Norman Conquest brought it to England. Just how true that is I can't say. There is a churchyard inn Gloucestershire where a number of Trys are buried. (Just hope they're dead, eh!)
Anyhow I'll come back to you.