where did the surname Sena originate?

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no i haven't. thank you very much for the suggestions, much appreciated!

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Some interesting info on the last name found here: http://names.mongabay.com/data/br/BRUMSEY.html

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Spanish. The u should be long, as in blue. Accent should be on the "-pel-". Can also be spelled Supelza.

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If you go to the LDS site, www.familysearch.org , you can search the last name Pedroia and find some individuals. You will see that the Pedroias in the U.S. Census results were born in Switzerland.

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If you go to the LDS site, www.familysearch.org , you can search the last name Pedroia and find some individuals. You will see that the Pedroias in the U.S. Census results were born in Switzerland.

Does anyone know the origin of Rouse ?

It dates back from the Norman culture in Britain. It was given to a red heads which was derived from French- Le rous(red head). Here you can find more info.