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9: Wylle Coe-Tey - New Name (NP)
Wylie Coe-Tey is a 16th century English name. Per Appendix A of SENA, a pattern of double bynames in early modern English does not need further documentation
Wylie is a male primary name, and is documented in the compiled records of the Church of St. Mary's, Dymock between 1538-1600, as compiled by Mad ingen Briain meic Donnchada (Kathleen M. O'Brien) and linked below off of the Academy of St. Gabriel website.
[ medievalscotland.org ] Coe is an English family name, found in Sara L. Uckelman's "Dictionary of Tudor Names", also linked off of the Academy of St. Gabriel website, on page 222
Tey is an English family name, found in parish record from Sussex England dating to 1587. The name likely originated as a locative byname from the village of Great Tey, in Essex, England. A copy of the historical record is included as well.
FamilySearch Historical Record:Johanis Tey, Male, 20 Nov 1584, West Grinstead, Sussex, England. GS Film Number 001068512, Digital Folder Number 004428429 Image Number 00419