Brazzil Genealogy Lists
includes variant spellings - Brazil, Brazzel, Brazel, etc.
Welcome to the user created lists for the surname BRAZZIL. These lists have been created by the members of the BRAZZIL-L and BRAZZIL-D mailing lists. If you would like to contribute an item, please follow the directions on the individual pages.
I do NOT guarantee the validity of any of this information; it is meant only to help you in locating the information you need.
On pages that have alphabetical information I have sorted all the surname variants by FIRST names to take the emphasis off the spelling of the surname. Dates are format MM/DD/YYYY or MM/YYYY. In cases where I have found records to be in disagreement, I have used the following procedure: If the last name is spelled differently, it follows the other name immediately "Cowan (Cowen)". In cases where the name is completely different, I found them all to be female - probably previously married. If I know which name is maiden or married, I have put "(married Reed)" or "(nee Reed)". If there is no "married" or "nee", I don't know which is which.
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Links to other web sites with this surname:
Brazzle, Brazil, Brassell, Brasswell & Related Families
Breazeale Cemetery in Loudon Co, Tennessee
Following the Braswells in America - this book is now online
Our Family Genealogies - GA>IN>MO>KS
There several forum-type discussion boards set up at other web sites. You can post a question, offer information, or answer a post.
There are probably others that I missed
At GenForum:  | Brassel | Brazeal | Brazel | Brazell | Braziel | Brazile | Brazzell | Breazeale | Brezell

At Ancestry.comBrasel | Brasseal | Brassel | Brassell | Brasselle | Brassil | Brazeal | Brazeel | Brazel | Brazell
Brazelle | Braziel | Brazil | Brazile | Brazill | Brazille | Brazzeal | Brazzel | Brazzell | Brazzil | Breazeale
Breazzeal | Bressel

There is a Soundex Converter here
I have a list of spelling variations here, along with search information. Don't forget that many Brazzils (any spelling) can trace their roots back to the Braswells (Pronounced Bras-ul).
The BRAZZIL mailing list was created on 3/9/2000 and we are looking forward to meeting more 'cousins' and researchers as our list grows. If you would like to join the list send a blank email to which contains the word 'subscribe' in the subject line.
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