Pinglaux family page
Kenneth Desmond Pinglaux (1941-1982), son of Clarence Ernest and Elsie Marie Rabet
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Origins of surname
There are various theories for the origins of this French name. It may somehow be linked to pin, the French word for a pine tree. However, the variants shown below suggest that it is more likely to come from the Breton word pennglaon for a charcoal supplier. Separate the Breton words into penn = head, and glan = charcoal and we arrive at someone with black hair, which is a highly likely origin for a surname. Pengloan for wooly haired is not considered a possible origin. The English West Country name Pengelly may have a similar derivation.
- Le Penglau
Great War service
- Francis Marie Pinglaux (1899- ) (St B) son of Francois and Marie, Private, Wiltshire Regiment
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