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Surnames, their origin and their meaning

Many surnames are associated with the place/locality of where the family lived and in those cases the location is noted as the meaning.
Many surnames are associated with the occupation of the person given the name.

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Surname Origin Meaning
Allchin Saxon Anglo-Saxon Allwine
Allington Saxon Anglo-Saxon Ellendun = Elder-Tree Hill
Bacon Saxon Anglo-Saxon bacan, to bake, to dry by heat
Balder Saxon Anglo-Saxon Bealdhere / Baldhere = Bold Army
Balding Saxon Anglo-Saxon B(e)alding / B(e)ald's Son
Bates Saxon Anglo-Saxon Bate, contention
Baxter Saxon Anglo-Saxon Bagster, a baker
Beck Saxon Anglo-Saxon becc, a brook
Brentwood Saxon Anglo-Saxon burnt-wood
Briggs Saxon Anglo-Saxon brigg, a bridge
Brimmer Saxon Anglo-Saxon Bremman, Breme, or Brim, to extend, to amplify to the utmost limits
Callaway Saxon Anglo-Saxon Calwig wig, war, battle
Cape Saxon Anglo-Saxon Headland
Dod Saxon Anglo-Saxon Dod/Doda, Dodd/Dodda
Doggett Saxon Anglo-Saxon Dogod
Dollman Saxon Anglo-Saxon Dole + man
Dormand Saxon Anglo-Saxon Deormund - deor/deore, dear, beloved + mund, protection
Duguid Saxon Anglo-Saxon dugan, to be doughty; god, good
Smith Saxon Anglo-Saxon Smitan, to smite or strike
Clew Saxon Anglo-Saxon cleofian, to cleave, divide
Clews Saxon Anglo-Saxon cleofian, to cleave, divide
Clough Saxon Anglo-Saxon cleofian, to cleave, divide
Clougher Saxon Anglo-Saxon cleofian, to cleave, divide
Clowes Saxon Anglo-Saxon A cliff or cleft in a hill
Cluse Saxon Anglo-Saxon Clough, cleofian, to cleave, divide
Dumbell Saxon Anglo-Saxon Dumel or Domel
Duttson Saxon Anglo-Saxon Dudd's Son
Weller Saxon Anglo-Saxon hollow or gulf
Coortan Saxon Anglo-Saxon A band of soldiers
Hainsworth Saxon Anglo-Saxon haine, German and Saxon, a wood, and worth, a place inclosed, cultivated
Harold Saxon Anglo-Saxon Har, an army, and hold, love
Haynesworth Saxon Anglo-Saxon The farm or place in the forest or grove, from haine, German and Saxon, a wood, and worth, a place inclosed, cultivated
Haynsworth Saxon Anglo-Saxon The farm or place in the forest or grove, from haine, German and Saxon, a wood, and worth, a place inclosed, cultivated
Head Saxon Anglo-Saxon Hithe, a harbor, a shelter for boats
Cudd Saxon Anglo-Saxon Little Cuthbert
Cuddie Saxon Anglo-Saxon Little Cudd
Cuddy Saxon Anglo-Saxon Little Cudd
Dack Saxon Anglo-Saxon personal name Doecca
Hubbard Saxon Anglo-Saxon Hubert, bright form, fair hope
Humphrey Saxon Anglo-Saxon Humfred, that is, house-peace
Kercher Saxon Anglo-Saxon cark, a prison; carker, a jailor
Latton Saxon Anglo-Saxon town on the eminence or side of a hill
Lewthwaite Saxon Anglo-Saxon thwaite, a piece of ground cleared of wood, and lowe, a hill, law, a hill or eminence
Lord Saxon Anglo-Saxon ored, a governor, with the prefix of the letter L, le, denoting the person
Lowthwaite Saxon Anglo-Saxon thwaite, a piece of ground cleared of wood, and lowe, a hill, law, a hill or eminence

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