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 What is the origin of the last name Aitkenhead?

Answer According to the Surname Database, the name Aitkenhead is of Scottish origin. It combines the name "Aitken" (also spelled "Aiken"), a Scottish form of the name "Adam," with the word "head," which d... Read More »
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