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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
Andarton British British an, the; dar, an oak, and ton, a hill
Arthur British British Ar (Latin vir), a man, and thor, strong
Breton British British A native of Britain
Warrender British British old British dour, water
Cornell British British a corner, a place shaped like a horn
Coventry British British the town of the convent
Glyn British British The woody vale
Goon British British Gun, a plain, a down or common
Gunn British British a plain, a down or common
Hazard British British ard, nature, and has, high
Cradock British British Caradoc, dearly beloved
Craig British British Rock or Crag
Cudney British British From Cud or Coit, a wood, and ey, water
Dagget British British dow, water--the water-gate

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