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English surnames

English surnames

dDttfiltsi) Surnames, AN

dDttfiltsi) Surnames, AN ESSAY ON FAMILY NOMENCLATURE, HISTORICAL, ETYMOLOGICAL, AND HUMOROUS; WITH SEVERAL ILLUSTRATIVE APPENDICES. BY MARK ANTONY LOWER, M.A. Cttfr* lEttttMT, lEntargetr. IN TWO VOLUMES.—YOL. II. LONDON JOHN RUSSELL SMITH, 4, OLD COMPTON STREET, SOHO SQUARE. MDCCCXLIX. :

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    48 ENGLISH SURNAMES. John Cradocke,

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    50 ENGLISH SURNAMES. From this tabl

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    52 ENGLISH SURNAMES. by Holinshed,

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    54 ENGLISH SURNAMES. names to other

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    56 ENGLISH SURNAMES. mutations to w

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    58 SCOTTISH FAMILY NAMES. SURNAMES

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    60 SCOTTISH FAMILY NAMES. and Grubs

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    62 SCOTTISH FAMILY NAMES. Amos, Pau

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    ! 64 SCOTTISH FAMILY NAMES. For mea

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    IRISH SURNAMES. names of distinguis

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    68 IRISH SURNAMES. who died in 971

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    70 IRISH SURNAMES. Besides these he

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    72 IRISH SURNAMES. But history show

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    76 IRISH SURNAMES. The practice of

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    78 NORMAN SURNAMES. Translation of

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    80 NORMAN SURNAMES. very common in

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    82 NORMAN SURNAMES. seeks his surna

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    84 NORMAN SURNAMES. of the cathedra

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    86 NORMAN SURNAMES. Verdier, Verder

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    88 NORMAN SURNAMES. The Rivieres, R

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    90 NORMAN SURNAMES. where, also the

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    92 NORMAN SURNAMES. If we pass from

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    94 NORMAN SURNAMES. may have some a

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    96 NORMAN SURNAMES. Another class o

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    98 NORMAN SURNAMES. beg that those

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    A CHAPTER OF REBUSES. " This for Re

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    REBUSES. Gilbert de Aquila, alias G

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    : REBUSES. 105 nitary from the same

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    REBUSES. 107 from the heraldric ach

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    REBUSES. 109 A hare upon a bottle,

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    REBUSES. Ill tion of the one formin

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    CANTING ARMS. 113 chevron, &c. betw

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    CANTING ARMS. 115 baronial times to

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    CANTING ARMS. 117 the case in the f

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    CANTING ARMS. 119 city of London. H

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    OF PUNNING FAMILY MOTTOES. OME fami

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    PUNNING FAMILY MOTTOES. 123 Pure fo

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    ANAGRAMS. 125 into different words,

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    ANAGRAMS. 127 " Dorothy, Vicountess

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    ANAGRAMS. 129 " Upon a sweet and mo

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    ANAGRAMS. 131 her hearers of her st

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    REMARKS ON INN SIGNS. " vestigia pr

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    INN SIGNS. 135 are used as surnames

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    INN SIGNS. 137 persona. Stowe tells

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    — INN SIGNS. 139 Arms. These are

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    INN SIGNS. 141 their way into the q

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    INN SIGNS. 143 Peacock. At St. Alba

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    INN SIGNS. 1!.~ Tabard, a herald's

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    INN SIGNS. 147 ' The Devil and Punc

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    INN SIGNS. 149 ale-house." But this

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    INN SIGNS. 151 The Cow-leech (a pro

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    INN SIGNS. 153 Low humour has given

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    CHRISTIAN NAMES. 155 is quite confi

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    CHRISTIAN NAMES. 157 applied at the

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    CHRISTIAN NAMES. 159 tigation, they

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    CHRISTIAN NAMES. 161 name to the Su

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    A LIST SIXTY OF THE MOST COMMON SUR

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    COMMON SURNAMES. 165 and moral qual

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    C|)e &oiI oi Battel Mht^ INTRODUCTI

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    INTRODUCTION. 169 In the foregoing

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    leland's copy. 171 The preference o

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    Gaunt et Garre, Maleberge et Marre,

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    Fitz-Maurice et St. More, Broth et

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    HOLINSHED S COPY, 177 Bertin, Brutz

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    HOLINSHED S COPY. 181 Olifant, Peke

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    JOHN FOXE S COPY. 183 S0J)H Soft'*

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    JOHN FOXE S COPY. 185 If The Archer

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    L. de Burgee, R. de Butuileyn, H. d

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    \V. de Percy, H. de Lacy, C. de Qui

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    : LATINIZED SURNAMES. 191 England a

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    De Bello marisco, De Bello faco, De

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    LATIN I ZEE ) SURNAMES. De la Mara,

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    Flavus, De Fossa nova, De Fluctibus

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    De Magna Villa, and de Mandavilla,

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    LATINIZED SURNAMES. Zt De Peccato,

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    De Sancto Audoeno, De Sancto Gelasi

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    gfoientra et Corngrmlia, VOL. I. P.

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    Abu ay, ii, 61. Abbey, i, 62. Abbot

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    Axe, i, 201. Ayer, ii, 143. Ay1ward

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    Boddv, i, 238. Bodicote, i, 205. Bo

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    Caiman, ii, 64. Cannon, i, 260. Can

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    Coventry, i, 56—ii, 63. Cow, i, 1

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    Dobbs, i, 170. Dobbie, i, 170. Dobb

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    Fellmonger, i, 109. Fells, i, 71. F

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    Glascote, i, 161. Glasgow, ii, 63.

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    Harvey, i, 154. Ilarvie, ii, 62. Ha

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    Ing, i, 58, 77. Inglis, i, 52. Ingr

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    Leicester, i, 49. Leifchild, i, 213

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    Markhara, ii, 75. Marklove, i, 173.

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    Noble, i, 143, 201— ii, 23, 59, 6

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    Pierpoint, ii, 54. Pierson, i, 169.

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    Richard, i, 151, 170. Richards, i,

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    Short, i, 140,248, 255, 261— ii,

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    Stubbin, i, 242. Stubbs, i, 170. St

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    Trueman, i, 144. Truly, i, 239. Tru

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    Wildrake, i, 178. Wilkins, i, 171,

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