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Aynon Doyle

Roodepoort, South Africa

#1 Sep 10, 2008
Hi Aynon

Stunning pic wish I had the time to cultivate the talent to obtain the right composition for my photos that you seem to have. Came across this accidentally, thought I was the only Aynon in the world [in my family the name is handed down to the eldest son and thought it was unlikely that there would be any other families who would name their kids based on an Irish Freemason misinterpretation of who was the son of the builder of the Temple of Solomon. That being the case I would bet your surname is either Doyle like mine or our close cousins the Stevens or Allcocks). Just watched "Wanted" with Angelina Jolie and wondered what I would find if I googled my name. If you want to touch base visit my Blog at this link to find out more about me

http://blogs.24.com/ViewBlog.aspx...

or send an e-mail to adoyle@multichoice.co.za

:) Aynon

Since: Oct 07

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#2 Sep 19, 2008
Aynon Doyle wrote:
Hi Aynon
Stunning pic wish I had the time to cultivate the talent to obtain the right composition for my photos that you seem to have. Came across this accidentally, thought I was the only Aynon in the world [in my family the name is handed down to the eldest son and thought it was unlikely that there would be any other families who would name their kids based on an Irish Freemason misinterpretation of who was the son of the builder of the Temple of Solomon. That being the case I would bet your surname is either Doyle like mine or our close cousins the Stevens or Allcocks). Just watched "Wanted" with Angelina Jolie and wondered what I would find if I googled my name. If you want to touch base visit my Blog at this link to find out more about me
http://blogs.24.com/ViewBlog.aspx...
or send an e-mail to adoyle@multichoice.co.za
:) Aynon
Thank you for the comment.

I did not know about the Irish Freemason connection to the name Aynon.

My use of Aynon was simply a misspelled version of anon the abbreviation of anonymous. OED defines the word anon as:

Abbrev. of ANONYMOUS a. Hence as n., a person (esp. a writer or composer) whose name is unknown or not given.
1736 POPE Works IV. 235 A compleat Key to the What d'ye call it. Anon. By Griffin a Player, supervis'd by Mr. Th{emem}.
1815 Gentl. Mag. LXXXV. II. 539/2 Besides the great composers..the Author has drawn his materials from the following: Anon, Baillot, Borri,[etc.].
1902 J. M. BARRIE Little White Bird v. 55 She had sworn to hunt Mr. Anon down.
1947 Punch 5 Feb. 135 To-day I brought off a first-class scoop, An interview with Anon., The most prolific poet of us all.
1951 V. H. GALBRAITH Hist. Research in Med. Eng. 10 The medieval historians are dim figures. The vast majority would be classed in modern anthologies as Ďanoní.

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