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Ciifiltsl) Surnames* AN ESSAY FAMILY NOMENCLATURE, HISTORICAL, ETYMOLOGICAL, AND HUMOROUS WITH SEVERAL ILLUSTRATIVE APPENDICES. BY MARK ANTONY LOWER, MA. €f)ivti iEtfition, iEnlargctJ. IN TWO VOLUMES.—VOL. I. LONDON: JOHN RUSSELL SMITH, 4, OLD COMPTON STREET, SOHO SQUARE. MDCCCXLIX.

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  • Page 9 and 10: CONTENTS OP VOL. I. Preface .... Ch
  • Page 11 and 12: ll^^T i^trfate* F the oft-quoted se
  • Page 13 and 14: PREFACE. IX That they should exhibi
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  • Page 21 and 22: PREFACE. XVll in the world, would p
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  • Page 31 and 32: PROPEU NAMES. 3 without motives and
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  • Page 37 and 38: PROPER NAMES. 9 Gens Cornelia were
  • Page 39 and 40: PROPER NAMES. 11 in Egyptj Henry th
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  • Page 43 and 44: SURNAMES. 15 tian^ and king of Pola
  • Page 45 and 46: SURNAMES. 17 Among the archives of
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  • Page 51 and 52: — HISTORY. 23 Esning, or the son
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    HISTORY. 29 We must not forget that

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    CHAPTER IV. HISTORY OF ENGLISH SURN

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    HISTORY. 33 variety in the baptisma

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    HISTORY. 35 Henry le Assedrumere (A

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    And Patrycke Pevysshe heerbeter, Wi

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    HISTORY. 39 On the remark of Tyrwhi

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    HISTORY. 41 This is particularly th

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    LOCAL. 43 the nature or situation o

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    LOCAL. 45 Savage^ Molineux^ and Dan

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    LOCAL. 47 ham de Kyngeston super Hu

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    LOCAL. 49 " It may also be prooued

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    LOCAL. 51 The following interesting

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    LOCAL. 53 Hanway, Hainault was so d

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    LOCAL. 55 Rhodes, from the island i

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    Eckington, Ernley, Echingham. Firle

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    LOCAL. 59 has its Norton, its Newto

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    LOCAL. 61 The singularly inelegant

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    LOCAL. 63 B. Back. In some places a

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    LOCAL. 65 Boroughs, Burg, Burke, Bo

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    LOCAL. 67 usurped the place of his

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    LOCAL. 69 Copp or Cap, a mound or b

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    LOCAL. 71 D. Dale, Dean, Dell. Near

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    LOCAL. 73 Garth, a yard^ a little c

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    LOCAL. 75 Holt, a grove^ or small f

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    LOCAL. 11 Hume, Home, a corner. Joh

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    LOCAL. 79 Mead, Meadow, Meadows, Me

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    Pine, a pit (Bailey). LOCAL. 81 Pin

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    LOCAL. 83 marily^ by a criminal who

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    LOCAL. 85 T. Temple. The preceptori

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    LOCAL. defence ; Halliwell says, ^

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    LOCAL. 89 merged^ so that we cannot

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    LOCAL. 91 were, most likely, first

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    LOCA.L. 93 of their names from tlie

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    LOCAL. 95 QUADRUPEDS. The Ox. Oxley

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    LOCAL. 97 Stonton, The Anglo-Saxon

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    OCCUPATIONS AND PURSUITS. 99 of the

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    OCCUPATIONS AND PURSUITS. 101 tryma

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    OCCUPATIONS AND PURSUITS. 103 tlie

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    OCCUPATIONS AND PURSUITS. 105 and D

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    OCCUPATIONS AND PURSUITS. 107 TJiwa

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    OCCUPATIONS AND PURSUITS. 109 (a na

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    OCCUPATIONS AND PURSUITS. Ill same

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    OCCUPATIONS AND PURSUITS. 113 As a

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    OCCUPATIONS AND PURSUITS. 115 embro

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    OCCUPATIONS AND PURSUITS. 117 Amble

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    OCCUPATIONS AND PURSUITS. 119 bow-s

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    OCCrPATIOXS AND PURSUITS. 121 mansl

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    CHAPTER VII. OF SURNAMES DERIVED FR

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    OFFICIAL. 125 Legatt (i. e. legate)

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    OFFICIAL. 127 latiner, one who unde

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    ornciAL. 129 His table dormant in h

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    OFFICIAL. 131 brought from Germany,

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    OFFICIAL. 133 The origin of the nam

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    DIGNITIES. 135 priestly descent—a

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    DIGNITIES. 137 "CrU^ COppof a jury

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    CHAPTER VIII. OF SURNAMES DEDUCED F

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    ! QUALITIES. 141 our Petits and Sma

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    QUALITIES. 143 French; denote a lig

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    QUALITIES. 145 (gaillard, Fr. gayla

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    QUALITIES. 14

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    CHAPTER IX. OF SURNAMES DERIVED FRO

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    FROM BAPTISMAL NAMES. 151 Rice, Sau

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    FROM BAPTISMAL NAMES. 153 Edolph (E

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    FROM BAPTISMAL NAMES. 155 Sewell (S

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    FROM BAPTISMAL NAMES. 157 and among

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    FROM BAPTISMAL NAMES. 159 legal doc

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    FROM BAPTISMAL NAMES. 161 less than

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    FROM BAPTISMAL NAMES. 163 derived "

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    FROM BAPTISMAL NAMES. 165 In Scotla

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    FROM BAPTISMAL NAMES. 167 Clappa, a

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    FROM BAPTISMAL NAMES. 169 From LuKE

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    FROM BAPTISMAL NAMES. 171 From Theo

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    FROM BAPTISMAL NAMES. 173 and a sti

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    CHAPTER X. OF SURNAMES DERIVED FROM

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    Todd J a fox (see p. 119). NATURAL

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    NATURAL OBJECTS. 179 a young heron.

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    ! NATURAL OBJECTS. 181 namej both o

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    NATURAL OBJECTS. 183 It is related

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    NATURAL OBJECTS. 185 Roser is an ob

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    NATURAL OBJECTS. 187 branches only.

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    NATURAL OBJECTS. 189 Lupa was the n

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    NATURAL OBJECTS. 191 prefix ' le/ a

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    HERALDRIC CHARGES. 193 several feat

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    HERALD RIC CHARGES. ]95 Valerio int

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    HERALDRIC CHARGES. 197 from tlie to

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    TRADERS SIGNS. 199 as the signs of

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    traders' signs. 201 And Harry haber

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    TRADERS SIGNS. 203 and for the sake

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    traders' signs. 205 calm considerat

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    traders' signs. 207 ing that name ;

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    traders' signs. 209 Sugar, Suet. Ot

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    traders' signs. 211 Had we not evid

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    SOCIAL RELATIONS. 213 law by the wi

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    SOCIAL RELATIONS. 215 known to tlie

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    PERIODS OF TIME. 217 matter of surp

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    PERIODS OF TIME. 219 and Last. Well

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    or CONTEMPT AND RIDICULE. 221 act o

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    or CONTEMPT AND RIDICULE. 223 thoug

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    OF CONTEMPT AND RIDICULE. 225 recor

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    OF CONTEMPT AND RIDICULE. 227 of a

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    THE VIRTUES, ETC. 229 lieu of the m

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    THE VIRTUES, ETC. 231 cularly remar

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    THE VIRTUES, ETC. 233 CO. Glouceste

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    THE VIRTUES, ETC. 235 " Sat. What V

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    CHAPTER XV. OF SURNAMES DERIVED FRO

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    FROM OATHS AND EXCLAMATIONS. 239 Go

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    SOBRIQUETS. 241 Others to some habi

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    SOBRiaUETS. 243 Killikilly and Bosp

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    PUNS. 245 Sophocles, whom no one wi

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    PUNS. 247 a friend that his attorne

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    PUNS. 249 XIII. Fogg and Mist were

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    PUNS. 251 adorns the University Lib

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    PUNS. 253 Philip, bishop of Lincoln

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    PUNS. 255 '^ Poor Mus when here a G

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    PUNS. 257 Some one having addressed

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    PUNS. 259 founder^ to Miss Link a l

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    PUNS. 261 mantic, but wholly inappr

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    PUNS. 263 as the magistrate might e

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