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 Where does the surname Mayo come from?

Answer The name Mayo, despite the fact that it is also applied to a county in Ireland, is actually a British name, dating to 11th century England, and even earlier in France.Norman OriginThe name Mayo is ... Read More »
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Where does the surname Christopher come from?

The surname Christopher predates Christianity, deriving from the the Greek "kristos," meaning leader. The Roman name Christopherus added on "pher," meaning follow. Held by the third-century saint o... Read More »
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Where does the surname whalen come from?

According to the House of Names website, the surname Whalen is Irish in origin and was first found in County Waterford. In its original Irish form, the name was spelled O Faeilain, derived from the... Read More »
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Where does the surname"Bailey"come from?

A common surname in California and Texas, Bailey is one of the top 100 most popular surnames in the United States.EnglandIn England, the Middle English surname Bailey was a name for a steward or of... Read More »
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Where does the surname Hensley come from?

According to the House of Names website, the surname Hensley is of Anglo-Saxon origin. Hensley has its roots on England's south coast in places situated in the county of Devon.LocationThe Coat of A... Read More »
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