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 What is the origin of the surname Jones?

Answer The surname Jones originates from Wales and is one of the most commonly used surnames in England. The name Jones has been used in England since the late part of the 13th century and was a result of... Read More »
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What is the origin of the surname Orr?

The surname Orr may come from one of two places. One is from the river and city Orr, which is in Scotland. The other source of the name Orr may be from the name "Or," which is a border or boundary.... Read More »
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What is the origin of the surname Coatez?

There is a record of a Sarah Coatez of Yorkshire, England, who was married in 1705. There are also records for people with the surname Coatez who immigrated to the United States from Mexico during ... Read More »
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What is the origin of the surname Coulby?

The surname "Coulby" is of English origin, and dates back over 1,000 years. According to the House of Names, the name "comes from having lived in Colby, a parish in the county of Norfolk."Source:Ho... Read More »
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What is the origin of the surname Mundell?

The surname Mundell has its origins in the Norman French language, according to genealogy website the Coat of Arms Store. Mundell is derived from the geographical French name de Mangeville from an ... Read More »
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