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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.

Surname Origin Meaning
Alfort Locality            Locality A village in France, two leagues from Paris
Alsop Locality            Locality Alsop, Co. Derby, England
Amaker Locality            Locality Amager, a small Danish island to the east of Copenhagen
Angus Locality            Locality A county of Scotland, sometimes called Forfarshire
Annan Locality            Locality A river and borough of Scotland
Annesley Locality            Locality a town in Nottinghamshire, England
Applegarth Locality            Locality The orchard, apple-garden
Appleton Locality            Locality The town abounding in apples
Arbuthnot Locality            Locality the land and barony of Arbuthnot in the Mearns, Scotland
Arlon Locality            Locality Arlon, a town in the Netherlands, thirteen miles east from Luxemburg
Armitage Locality            Locality Hermitage, the cell or habitation of a hermit, formerly a wilderness or solitary place
Artois Locality            Locality the province of Artois in the Netherlands
Arundel Locality            Locality the dale on the Arun
Ashburton Locality            Locality the town on the hill covered or surrounded with ash trees
Astor Locality            Locality Oster, a town in North Jutland
Athill Locality            Locality At the hill
Athow Locality            Locality At the hill
Attree Locality            Locality At the tree
Atwater Locality            Locality At the water
Atwell Locality            Locality At the well
Atwood Locality            Locality At the wood
Auchinleck Locality            Locality Ach, an elevation, a mound, or round hill, generally level at the top; and leac, a flat stone, a tombstone
Averill Locality            Locality Haverill is a town in Suffolk, England
Ayres Locality            Locality a river, town, and district of the same name in Scotland
Badgely Locality            Locality a town in Scotland
Barnet Locality            Locality A town in Hertfordshire, England
Barnum Locality            Locality Bearnham, the town in the wood or hill
Barringer Locality            Locality Beringer, a town in France
Barwick Locality            Locality aber, the mouth, and wick, a town or harbor
Basford Locality            Locality The shallow ford or way
Beach Locality            Locality The shore of the sea, lake, or river
Beckley Locality            Locality beck, a brook, and ley, field or meadow
Bedale Locality            Locality a town in England
Beers Locality            Locality bere, grain, barley; a fruitful place
Bellinger Locality            Locality Bellinger, a town in South Jutland
Bent Locality            Locality A plain, a moor, covered with the bent-grass
Bethune Locality            Locality capital of a county in Artois, Netherlands
Biggore Locality            Locality An ancient province of France
Birch Locality            Locality birch-tree
Birney Locality            Locality Burn-nigh, a village near the Burn or river
Birnie Locality            Locality Burn-nigh, a village near the Burn or river
Blackburn Locality            Locality The black brook or stream
Blackwood Locality            Locality the lands of Baron Dufferin and Claneboye, in Scotland, called Blackwood
Blasedale Locality            Locality A place in Lancashire, England
Bloss Locality            Locality Blois, the chief town of a territory in Orleans, France
Bolingbroke Locality            Locality The brook or bridge near the round hill.
Bonar Locality            Locality a chain of hills
Bordoel Locality            Locality A town in lower Saxony
Boswell Locality            Locality Bosch, a wood, and ville, a village
Bottesford Locality            Locality A town in England
Boughton Locality            Locality the bowing or bending hill
Boynton Locality            Locality Buvington, in the Wolds, in the East Riding of Yorkshire
Bradburn Locality            Locality The wide or broad brook
Bradford Locality            Locality broad ford
Brande Locality            Locality town in Denmark
Brandon Locality            Locality burnt town
Breck Locality            Locality broken
Breckenridge Locality            Locality broken, out of repair; and ridge
Briare Locality            Locality a town in the province of Orleans, France
Bridge Locality            Locality raised over rivers
Bridges Locality            Locality raised over rivers
Brienne Locality            Locality meeting-place of the Brians or nobles
Brighton Locality            Locality bright town
Brodie Locality            Locality a little ridge; a brow
Brodt Locality            Locality a town in Sclavonia
Bromfeld Locality            Locality The field abounding in broom
Bromley Locality            Locality brome or broom, and ley, a field or common
Brooks Locality            Locality small river
Brougham Locality            Locality Burgham. The village on a hill; a borough town
Broughton Locality            Locality A town on the hill
Brunner Locality            Locality a town of that name in Switzerland
Brux Locality            Locality A town in England
Buchan Locality            Locality A district of Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Buchanan Locality            Locality A parish in the shire of Sterling, Scotland
Buckbee Locality            Locality boc, a beech-tree, and by, a village
Buckley Locality            Locality Bullock-ley, the bullock-field or pasture
Buddington Locality            Locality The flourishing town
Bulkeley Locality            Locality Bullock-ley, the bullock-field or pasture
Bunnell Locality            Locality Bonhill, a parish in the county of Dumbarton, Scotland
Burd Locality            Locality A river in France
Burgos Locality            Locality A city of Spain, in Old Castile
Burgoyne Locality            Locality Bourgogne, now Burgundy, an old province of France
Burnside Locality            Locality Beside the brook or burn
Burton Locality            Locality the Bur-town, from the abundance of burs
Bushwell Locality            Locality Bushwild. From bush and well, wild, wold, a wood, a lawn, or plain
Butman Locality            Locality the man who lives at the butt or boundary
Cadwell Locality            Locality A village in South Wales; written Cydwell
Calderwood Locality            Locality The wood on the river Calder
Caldwell Locality            Locality Cold-well, a cold spring
Carden Locality            Locality the manor of Cawarden or Carden, near Chester, in England
Carmichael Locality            Locality The castle or stronghold of Michael, from caer, a castle or fortified place
Cary Locality            Locality the manor of Cary or Kari, as spelled in the Doomsday Book, in the parish of St. Giles, near Launceston, England
Caudell Locality            Locality cold spring
Caudle Locality            Locality cold spring
Caudwell Locality            Locality cold spring
Caxton Locality            Locality a small town in England
Cayly Locality            Locality Calais, a sea-port of France
Chadwick Locality            Locality Cyte signifies a cottage, and wick, a harbor, a sheltered place
Challener Locality            Locality Chaloner/Challoner a town in France
Challenor Locality            Locality Chaloner/Challoner a town in France
Challiner Locality            Locality Chaloner/Challoner a town in France
Challinor Locality            Locality Chaloner/Challoner a town in France
Challoner Locality            Locality a town in France
Chatsworth Locality            Locality cyte, a cottage, as above, and worth, a place or estate
Chedsey Locality            Locality Chertsey, a town in Surrey, England, near the Thames, Cerot's Island
Cheeseman Locality            Locality A dealer in cheese
Chesebrough Locality            Locality Chene, an oak
Chester Locality            Locality ceaster, a fortified place, a city, a castle or camp
Chesters Locality            Locality ceaster, a fortified place, a city, a castle or camp
Cilly Locality            Locality A town in Germany
Clauson Locality            Locality A town of Germany, near Pozen
Clavering Locality            Locality klaver, clover; and ing, a meadow, a pasture
Clay Locality            Locality A town of France in Seine. A lake on the isle of Lewis, Scotland
Clayton Locality            Locality clay hill
Cleveland Locality            Locality Cliff-lane
Cliff Locality            Locality A steep bank, a precipice
Clifford Locality            Locality The ford or way by the cliff
Clifton Locality            Locality the town on the cliff
Clum Locality            Locality A place in Germany, the ancient residence of the Knight of Clum
Coates Locality            Locality The side, the shore, coast, border
Cobb Locality            Locality A harbor
Cobern Locality            Locality high or united hill
Coborn Locality            Locality cock, a hillock, and burn, a brook
Coborne Locality            Locality cock, a hillock, and burn, a brook
Coburn Locality            Locality cock, a hillock, and burn, a brook
Cockbain Locality            Locality cock, a hillock, and burn, a brook
Cockburn Locality            Locality cock, a hillock, and burn, a brook
Coe Locality            Locality Co is an elevation, exalted
Coggeshall Locality            Locality Cog, a small boat, and shoal, a place where the water is shallow, and where fish abound
Cogswell Locality            Locality Cog, a small boat, and shoal, a place where the water is shallow, and where fish abound
Coit Locality            Locality A wood
Colby Locality            Locality Col, with or near, the by or town
Coldwell Locality            Locality Cold-well, a cold spring
Coldwells Locality            Locality Cold-well, a cold spring
Coleby Locality            Locality Colby Col, with or near, the by or town
Collamore Locality            Locality Coulommier, a town in France
Colton Locality            Locality Col, the neck of a hill, and ton, a town
Colven Locality            Locality Culwen, derived from Joannes De Culwen
Colvin Locality            Locality Culwen, derived from Joannes De Culwen
Coly Locality            Locality A little river in Devonshire, England
Comeyn Locality            Locality Cominges, a town in France, anciently called Lugdunum Convenarum, situated on a hill near the banks of the river Garonne
Conde Locality            Locality town of Conde, in the French part of Hainault
Conry Locality            Locality Gauir Conrigh, a high mountain near Tralee, County of Kerry, Ireland
Conyers Locality            Locality Coigniers, in Normandy
Cornwallis Locality            Locality A native of Cornwall
Cotes Locality            Locality Coates, The side, the shore, coast, border
Cotesworth Locality            Locality coit, a wood, and worth, a place or possession.
Couldray Locality            Locality The grove of hazels
Couldwell Locality            Locality Coldwell, Caldwell, Cold-well, a cold spring
Coulton Locality            Locality Colton, Col, the neck of a hill, and ton, a town
Courtenay Locality            Locality The court near the water
Covert Locality            Locality A sheltered place
Cowley Locality            Locality cow pasture
Craft Locality            Locality Croft, a small field near a dwelling
Crafter Locality            Locality Crofter, a small field near a dwelling
Croft Locality            Locality a small field near a dwelling
Crofter Locality            Locality a small field near a dwelling
Cromwell Locality            Locality From crom, crooked, and hal or hayle, low, level land bordering on the river or sea
Cross Locality            Locality A place with a cross
Crosswell Locality            Locality A cross erected near a well
Crowell Locality            Locality town in England
Cullen Locality            Locality Cullin, the place at the neck of the lake
Dalton Locality            Locality Dale-ton, the town in the dale
Danford Locality            Locality the way or ford of the Danes
Danforth Locality            Locality the way or ford of the Danes
Darby Locality            Locality doire, a forest, a woody, hilly country abounding in deer;
Dearden Locality            Locality Du-er-den, A thicket of wood in a valley
Denio Locality            Locality Denia, a city of Valencia, in Spain
Derby Locality            Locality the town or county abounding in deer
Devenish Locality            Locality deep water
Dewilde Locality            Locality Die Wilde, is a town of Poland
D'Oily Locality            Locality Oily, a place in France
Dorset Locality            Locality A county in England
Dudley Locality            Locality Dode-ley, the place of the dead, a burying-ground
Dunham Locality            Locality dun, a hill, and ham, a village
Duppa Locality            Locality D'Uphaugh, from the high or upper haw; haugh,a lowlying meadow, a green plot in a valley
Durban Locality            Locality D'Urbin, a province of Italy
Dutton Locality            Locality Dut-ton, i. e., Dutch-town
Dyke Locality            Locality ditch, bank, or entrenchment
Eastcote Locality            Locality East Cotage
Eberlee Locality            Locality Eabar, in the Gaelic, is a marshy place, a place where two or three streams meet
Edgecumbe Locality            Locality the manor in Devonshire, England.
Elmer Locality            Locality Hellan, in the Welsh, signifies the elms
Elphinstone Locality            Locality barony of Elphinstone, in Scotland
Elwy Locality            Locality A river in Wales
Ely Locality            Locality a city in Cambridgeshire, England
Emmet Locality            Locality Gaelic, the quick river
Esham Locality            Locality town in Worcestershire, England, formerly Eoves-ham
Estley Locality            Locality The East field or pasture
Eton Locality            Locality from Aw, water, and twyn, a small hill
Eure Locality            Locality the lordship of Eure, in Buckinghamshire, England
Evelyn Locality            Locality in the county of Salop, England
Everly Locality            Locality A place in Wiltshire, England
Ewell Locality            Locality A town in England
Eyre Locality            Locality district in Scotland
Fairholm Locality            Locality The fair island
Fales Locality            Locality Fale, a river of Cornwall, England
Falun Locality            Locality Fanning
Fanning Locality            Locality son of Fann
Farnham Locality            Locality a town in Surrey, England
Felton Locality            Locality A small town in England
Fenshaw Locality            Locality The shaw or grove in the fen
Ferrer Locality            Locality Ferrieres, a small town of Gastinois, France
Ferrers Locality            Locality Ferrieres, a small town of Gastinois, France
Fife Locality            Locality A shire or county of Scotland
Fifield Locality            Locality Lands held in fee or fief, for which the individual pays service or owes rent
Filey Locality            Locality a town in England
Filley Locality            Locality a town in England
Flanders Locality            Locality a County or Earldom of the Low Countries, or Netherlands
Flint Locality            Locality a market town of that name, near the sea, in Flintshire, Wales
Foote Locality            Locality A place at the bottom of a hill or mountain, the base
Fordham Locality            Locality a town in England
Fosdyke Locality            Locality The name of a canal, cut by the order of Henry VIII., from the great marsh near Lincoln, England, to the Trent. Fosse-dyke
Fotherby Locality            Locality The town of provisions, food and fodder
Fothergill Locality            Locality Fother and gill, a brook
Fotheringham Locality            Locality The house or town supplying food for man and beast
Fremont Locality            Locality Framont, a place in France, near Lorraine
Frothingham Locality            Locality A house or village situated near a strait or arm of the sea
Fulham Locality            Locality A village on the Thames, England
Fullerton Locality            Locality The town where the cloth is dressed
Fulsom Locality            Locality Foulsham, a town in England
Gano Locality            Locality Welsh, genau, an opening of a lake, river, dale or valley
Garnet Locality            Locality Garnedd, Welsh, a tumulus; an ancient place of Druid worship
Garrison Locality            Locality A place where troops are stationed
Garry Locality            Locality A town in Scotland
Gaston Locality            Locality Gastein, a town in Bavaria
Gates Locality            Locality Gate, in Scotland, means a road or way
Gavet Locality            Locality A town in Savoy or Dauphiny, an old province of France
Geddes Locality            Locality Gaeta, a town of Italy
Getty Locality            Locality Gaeta, a town of Italy
Gihon Locality            Locality Gien or Gihen, a town of France, in the province of Orleans
Gill Locality            Locality A valley or woody glen
Gillan Locality            Locality A town in Scotland
Girdwood Locality            Locality The green wood
Girvan Locality            Locality the river and town of Girvan in Ayrshire, Scotland
Glanville Locality            Locality A house or castle on the shore of a river or the sea
Glentworth Locality            Locality Glyn, a valley, and worth, a habitation, dwelling, or farm
Gliston Locality            Locality the shining hill, the mineral or mica hill
Gloucester Locality            Locality the city of Gloucester, England
Glouchester Locality            Locality the city of Gloucester, England
Goadby Locality            Locality the Danish word Gode, that is, good, fair, rich, fine, and by, the Danish for a town
Goring Locality            Locality A battle field
Goudy Locality            Locality Gouda, a town in the Netherlands, in South Holland
Grasse Locality            Locality a town in Piedmont, France
Greely Locality            Locality Greilly, in France
Green Locality            Locality The green hill
Greenough Locality            Locality The green hill
Grimsb Locality            Locality A borough in Lincolnshire, England
Gurney Locality            Locality the town of Gournay, in Normandy
Hadley Locality            Locality A town of Suffolk, and also of Essex, England
Haineau Locality            Locality Haineau, a city of Hesse Cassel, Germany
Hall Locality            Locality someone who lived in or worked in a hall or manor house
Halstead Locality            Locality Hals, the neck, a narrow tract of land, and sted, a place
Ham Locality            Locality A house, borough, or village
Hamlin Locality            Locality Ham, a house or village, and lin, a waterfall, a small lake or pond
Hampton Locality            Locality The town on the hill
Hanley Locality            Locality Hen or Han, old, and ley, a place, a common
Harding Locality            Locality Har, from here, an army, and ing, a meadow or common
Hargill Locality            Locality deer-brook
Harrington Locality            Locality Haver, Dutch, Haber, Teutonic, oats, ing, a field, and ton
Hartfield Locality            Locality deer field
Hartwell Locality            Locality The well or spring frequented by deer
Hasbrouck Locality            Locality the town of Hazebrouck, in the province of Artois, France
Hastings Locality            Locality The borough in Sussex, England
Hatch Locality            Locality A kind of door or floodgate
Hatfield Locality            Locality Hat, hot, Saxon, and field
Hathaway Locality            Locality Port Haethwy, in Wales
Hathorn Locality            Locality A dwelling near hawthorns
Hatton Locality            Locality A town in Warwickshire, England
Haugh Locality            Locality A little meadow lying in a valley
Hayden Locality            Locality Heyden, a town of Denmark
Haydyn Locality            Locality Heyden, a town of Denmark
Hazelrigg Locality            Locality hazel-ridge
Hazelwood Locality            Locality A wood where hazel-nuts grow
Hedges Locality            Locality A fence of thorn-bushes
Hedon Locality            Locality high town
Henley Locality            Locality Hen, old, and ley, a field or common
Herisson Locality            Locality a town by the name in France
Herndon Locality            Locality Herne, a cottage, and den, a valley
Hernshaw Locality            Locality hern, a kind of fowl, a hern, and shaw, a shady inclosure, a place where herns breed
Hersey Locality            Locality Herseaux, in the Netherlands
Heyden Locality            Locality a town in Westphalia
Hinckley Locality            Locality Hinckley, a town in Leicestershire, England
Hindon Locality            Locality Hen, old and town
Hinton Locality            Locality Hen, old and town
Hipwood Locality            Locality The wood where sweet-briars or roses grow
Hitchens Locality            Locality A town in Hertfordshire, England
Holland Locality            Locality a native of that country
Holme Locality            Locality Meadow lands near or surrounded by water, grassy plains
Holmes Locality            Locality Meadow lands near or surrounded by water, grassy plains
Holywell Locality            Locality A place of Flintshire, Wales
Hope Locality            Locality The side of a hill, or low ground between hills
Horton Locality            Locality Horr, a ravine and town
Hosford Locality            Locality Ouseford, in England
Houston Locality            Locality Parish in Renfrewshire, Scotland
Hubbell Locality            Locality Hubba, a Danish chief, and hill
Huddleston Locality            Locality a small parish by that name in the West Riding of Yorkshire
Huntley Locality            Locality the hunting field
Hutton Locality            Locality high town
Hyde Locality            Locality as much land as can be cultivated with one plow
Ilsley Locality            Locality Isles-ley, the place on the island.
Incledon Locality            Locality Ingleton, the beacon hill, the fire-hill, or hill of alarm
Ingham Locality            Locality The town on the low ground, meadow or pasture
Ingleby Locality            Locality Inglesby, the town of the English, or Angles
Ingoldsby Locality            Locality Inglesby, the town of the English, or Angles
Ipres Locality            Locality A town in the Netherlands
Ireton Locality            Locality a manor in County Derby, England.
Irvine Locality            Locality in Ayrshire, Scotland
Irving Locality            Locality in Ayrshire, Scotland
Isham Locality            Locality the town on the river Isis, in Northamptonshire, England
Islip Locality            Locality A village near Oxford, England
Ives Locality            Locality town named St. Ives, in the county of Huntingdon, England
Jemse Locality            Locality A town in Sweden
Joslin Locality            Locality Jocelin, a town in France
Josselyn Locality            Locality Jocelin, a town in France
Kay Locality            Locality In Cornish British, signifies a hedge, inclosure, a place of security, a fortified place
Kelsey Locality            Locality A town in Lincolnshire, England
Kelso Locality            Locality Town in Roxburghshire, Scotland
Kempenfelt Locality            Locality The camping or kemping field
Kendall Locality            Locality Town in Westmoreland, England
Kent Locality            Locality County in England
Kerswell Locality            Locality The well where water-cresses grow
Kettle Locality            Locality the parish of Kettle, in Fifeshire, Scotland
Kilburne Locality            Locality Village in Middlesex, England
Kilham Locality            Locality A town in England
Kinghorn Locality            Locality A borough in Fifeshire, Scotland
Kingston Locality            Locality The name of several towns in England
Kinloch Locality            Locality From lands in Fifeshire
Kirby Locality            Locality towns in England
Kirkaldy Locality            Locality a town in Fifeshire, Scotland
Kirkham Locality            Locality Kirk, a church, and ham, a village
Kirkpatrick Locality            Locality A parish in Dumfriesshire, Scotland
Krebs Locality            Locality A town in Upper Saxony, Germany
Kyle Locality            Locality District in Ayrshire, Scotland
Lacy Locality            Locality Derived from a place in France by that name. Sire De Lacy came into England with William the Conqueror.
Langton Locality            Locality The long hill or town
Lauder Locality            Locality A town in Berwickshire, Scotland
Laycock Locality            Locality A village on the banks of the Avon, in Wiltshire, England
Leby Locality            Locality A town in Denmark
Lechmere Locality            Locality Lech is a branch of the Rhine, mere, a lake
Legh Locality            Locality A town in England
Leicester Locality            Locality A borough town in England
Leigh Locality            Locality A town in England
Leland Locality            Locality Laland, an island in Denmark
Lester Locality            Locality A borough town in England
Leven Locality            Locality river in Lancashire, England
Lewes Locality            Locality town in Sussex, England
Leycester Locality            Locality A borough town in England
Lincoln Locality            Locality in England
Lindall Locality            Locality Lin, a brook, a lake, and dal, a dale
Lindfield Locality            Locality field of linden or lime-trees
Lindsay Locality            Locality Manor in the county of Essex, England
Lindsey Locality            Locality Manor in the county of Essex, England
Linn Locality            Locality A pool, pond, or lake
Linne Locality            Locality A pool, pond, or lake
Linton Locality            Locality Lin, a lake or pool, and ton, a town
Lippencot Locality            Locality Lippe, a German principality and town on the river Lippe. Cote, side or coast
Lismore Locality            Locality A parish in Argyleshire, Scotland
Livingstone Locality            Locality A barony in West Lothian, Scotland
Lonsdale Locality            Locality Town in Westmoreland, England
Loppe Locality            Locality An uneven or winding place, a bend
Lossie Locality            Locality A river of Scotland, in Elgin or Morayshire
Ludlow Locality            Locality Town in North Wales
Main Locality            Locality Magne, great, large, rich, powerful
Maitland Locality            Locality meadow land
Mansle Locality            Locality A town of France in the province of Angoumois
Massey Locality            Locality the town and lordship near Bayeux, in Normandy
Massie Locality            Locality the town and lordship of Massey, near Bayeux, in Normandy
Mayne Locality            Locality Magne, great, large, rich, powerful
Mead Locality            Locality meadow
Meadow Locality            Locality Land appropriated to the culture of grass
Melun Locality            Locality The town in France
Menteth Locality            Locality a district in Scotland so called, through which the river Teth runs
Merton Locality            Locality mere, a lake or marsh, and ton
Meyeul Locality            Locality a place in France
Middleditch Locality            Locality middle trench for draining wet land or guarding inclosures
Middleton Locality            Locality the middle town
Milbourne Locality            Locality Miln, a mill, and borne or bourne, a brook
Milford Locality            Locality ford by the mill
Milthorpe Locality            Locality mill, and thorpe, a village
Mixe Locality            Locality An ancient territory of France
Moffatt Locality            Locality the town of Moffat, in Dumfriesshire, Scotland
Monroe Locality            Locality Monadh Roe or Mont Roe, from the mount on the river Roe, in Ireland
Monteith Locality            Locality a district in Scotland so called, through which the river Teth runs
Moulton Locality            Locality A small town in Devonshire, England
Mundy Locality            Locality the Abbey of Mondaye, in the dukedom of Normandy
Munsel Locality            Locality Monsall, a dale of Derbyshire
Nairne Locality            Locality a shire, river, and town in Scotland
Nance Locality            Locality Nance or Nancy, a city of France
Needham Locality            Locality Needham, a market-town in Suffolk, England
Netherwood Locality            Locality The lower wood
Newton Locality            Locality new town
Nisbett Locality            Locality Lands in the shire of Berwick, Scotland.
Nogent Locality            Locality Town in the province of Champagne, France
Norbury Locality            Locality The north town or village
Norcutt Locality            Locality The north-cot
Norfolk Locality            Locality A county of England
Northam Locality            Locality The north house or village
Northcote Locality            Locality The north-cot
Northop Locality            Locality A place in England
Northumberland Locality            Locality A county of England
Norton Locality            Locality a town in Yorkshire, England
Norwich Locality            Locality the city and seaport of Norwich, in Norfolk, England
Nottingham Locality            Locality the borough town of Nottingham, in England
Nox Locality            Locality Cnoe, in the Gaelic, is a little hill, a hillock
Nugent Locality            Locality the town of Nogent, in the province of Champagne, France
Oakes Locality            Locality From a dwelling near the oak-trees.
Oakham Locality            Locality From the town of Oakham, in Rutlandshire, England
Oakley Locality            Locality The fields or pasture abounding in oaks
Ockham Locality            Locality a town in Surrey, England, so called from the abundance of oaks growing there
Ogilvie Locality            Locality the lands of Ogilvie, in Scotland
Ollendorff Locality            Locality Oldendorf in Germany
Olmstead Locality            Locality A place or town by the green oaks
Onslow Locality            Locality the manor of Onslow, in Shropshire, England
Orchard Locality            Locality An inclosure of fruit-trees
Ormiston Locality            Locality The town or village of elms
Orr Locality            Locality town of Orr, in Scotland
Orton Locality            Locality town of Orton, in Westmoreland, England
Otter Locality            Locality a low promontory jutting into the sea, a shoal.
Ouseley Locality            Locality the river Ouse, in England
Oxford Locality            Locality Oxford, in England
Pangbourn Locality            Locality A town in Birkshire, England
Paris Locality            Locality The metropolis of France
Parrett Locality            Locality From Peraidd, Welsh, the sweet or delicious river, now the Dee
Parsall Locality            Locality Park-hall
Parshall Locality            Locality Park-hall
Paxton Locality            Locality town of Paxton, in Berwickshire, Scotland
Payne Locality            Locality Payne, in Normandy
Pedin Locality            Locality Pedn, Cornish British, is a hill
Peebles Locality            Locality shire of Peebles, in Scotland
Peele Locality            Locality A tower, a castle, a spire, a steeple
Pelham Locality            Locality Pelham, in Hertfordshire, England
Pendleton Locality            Locality The summit of the hill
Peney Locality            Locality A town in Savoy
Pennington Locality            Locality the manor of Pennington, in Lancashire, England
Percey Locality            Locality family of Percy, of Northumberland, England
Percy Locality            Locality family of Percy, of Northumberland, England
Perrigo Locality            Locality Perigeau, a town in France
Perrott Locality            Locality From Peraidd, Welsh, the sweet or delicious river, now the Dee
Pevensey Locality            Locality village in Sussex, England
Pickering Locality            Locality A market town of north Yorkshire, England
Pickersgill Locality            Locality stream inhabited by pike or pickerel
Pierce Locality            Locality family of Percy, of Northumberland, England
Piercy Locality            Locality family of Percy, of Northumberland, England
Playfair Locality            Locality The play ground, a place where fairs were held
Pleasants Locality            Locality a suburb of the city of Edinburgh
Polley Locality            Locality Poilley, in the province of Orleans, France
Pollock Locality            Locality Pollock, in Renfrewshire, Scotland
Poole Locality            Locality A town in Dorsetshire, England
Poulton Locality            Locality the town of Poulton, in Lancashire, England
Pressley Locality            Locality shrubs, brushwood
Preston Locality            Locality town in Lancashire, England
Pringle Locality            Locality Prencyll, a hazel-wood, from pren, Welsh, a wood, and cyll or coll, hazel
Quin Locality            Locality Quin, a village in Clare county, Ireland
Radcliff Locality            Locality A place in Lancashire, England
Rainsford Locality            Locality Ravensford
Ramsey Locality            Locality Ram's Isle, a place in Huntingdonshire, England
Ranney Locality            Locality Renaix, Reinow, or Renais, a town of Switzerland
Rawdon Locality            Locality Royden, near Leeds, in Yorkshire, England
Reddenhurst Locality            Locality Reddon, Cornish British, fern, and hurst, Saxon, a wood or grove
Retz Locality            Locality A town in Moravia
Rhodes Locality            Locality island of Rhodes, in the Mediterranean Sea
Riddell Locality            Locality From lands in the county of Yorkshire, formerly called the Ryedales
Ripley Locality            Locality A market-town in west Yorkshire, England
Rochester Locality            Locality city in Kent, England
Rochfort Locality            Locality town of France
Romanno Locality            Locality lands in the county of Peebles, Scotland
Root Locality            Locality A place lying low
Rowe Locality            Locality A river that overflows its banks
Rowel Locality            Locality the river Rouel, in the Netherlands
Rowen Locality            Locality a tree, the mountain-ash
Rue Locality            Locality Reaux, in Hainault, Netherlands
Ruggles Locality            Locality A town of France
Rusbridge Locality            Locality town of Rousbrugge, in Germany
Russey Locality            Locality A town in Doubs, France
Rutherford Locality            Locality the lands of Rutherford on the river Tweed, in the parish of Maxton, Roxburgshire, Scotland
Rynders Locality            Locality A town in North Jutland
Safford Locality            Locality Seaford, a town of Sussex, England
Sandford Locality            Locality a place in Westmoreland, England
Scarret Locality            Locality Scear, a rocky cliff
Schadeck Locality            Locality lordship in Germany
Scroggs Locality            Locality Scrog, a stunted shrub, bush, or branch
Seaford Locality            Locality seaport town in Sussex, England
Seaforth Locality            Locality a projection of the sea on the east coast of Lewis, on the Long Island, Scotland
Seaton Locality            Locality a parish in Perthshire
Seix Locality            Locality A town in Arriege, France
Selby Locality            Locality A market-town in west Yorkshire, England
Selkirk Locality            Locality A borough town of Scotland. Cellkirk, a religious house
Seton Locality            Locality Lands in Haddingtonshire, Scotland
Severins Locality            Locality Mountains in Languedoc, France
Severn Locality            Locality A river rising in the mountain Plynlimmon, in Wales
Shaddock Locality            Locality lordship in Germany
Shelley Locality            Locality in Essex, Suffolk
Sheppy Locality            Locality an island in the county of Kent
Shiel Locality            Locality A river and loch or lake, in the south-west of Inverness-shire, Scotland
Shrewsbury Locality            Locality A town in Shropshire, England
Shuckburgh Locality            Locality A place in Warwickshire, England
Shurtliff Locality            Locality short cliff
Shute Locality            Locality the castle of Shute, in Normandy, France
Sikes Locality            Locality A small spring well
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