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Astleford, Cecil Wyman Obit
Astleford, Cecil Wyman Obit
 
 
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Astleford, Cecil Wyman Obit
Astleford, Cecil Wyman Obit
 
 
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Astleford, Cecil Wyman US Border Crossings from Canada to US
Astleford, Cecil Wyman US Border Crossings from Canada to US
 
 
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Astleford, Thomas Hamilton and Maria Allis Marriage Record
Astleford, Thomas Hamilton and Maria Allis Marriage Record
 
 
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Astleford, Thomas Hamilton Death Record
Astleford, Thomas Hamilton Death Record
 
 
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Athey, Dale 1920
Athey, Dale 1920
 
 
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Athey, Dale 1930
Athey, Dale 1930
 
 
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Atkinson, George Wilbert World War I
Atkinson, George Wilbert World War I
 
 
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Atkinson, Mary Iva and Hughson Johnstone Marriage Record
Atkinson, Mary Iva and Hughson Johnstone Marriage Record
 
 
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Auchincloss, John.jpg
Auchincloss, John.jpg
 
 
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Auditheley Family Crest
Auditheley Family Crest
 
 
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Austin, Thirza F. 1910
Austin, Thirza F. 1910
 
 
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Austin, Thirza F. 1920
Austin, Thirza F. 1920
 
 
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Averill, Maria Ketchum
Averill, Maria Ketchum
 
 
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Averill, Maria Ketchum 1
Averill, Maria Ketchum 1
 
 
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Averill, Maria Ketchum 2
Averill, Maria Ketchum 2
 
 
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Aye, Jacob Grave Stone
Aye, Jacob Grave Stone
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Aye, William Swayze Family Stone
Aye, William Swayze Family Stone
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Babcock Family Crest
Babcock Family Crest
This interesting surname is of early medieval English origin, and is a diminutive of the baptismal name "Babb". The medieval female given name "Babb" is a pet form of Barbara, deriving from the Greek term "barbaros" meaning "foreigner", which was borne by an enormously popular but almost certainly non-existent saint, who according to legend was imprisoned in a tower and later put to death by her own father for refusing to recant her Christian beliefs. Babb may also be a nickname from the Middle English "bab(e)", baby. However, a more probable source is from the Olde English pre 7th Century personal name "Babba", of uncertain origin, found in several placenames, including Babbacombe in Devon, and Babington in Somerset. The suffix "-cock", applied to a young lad who strutted proudly like a cock, and soon became a generic term for a youth, and was attached with hypocoristic force to the short forms of many medieval given names. Alwinus Babb is noted in the 1198 Feet of Fines of Sussex. On July 26th 1649, the marriage of Elizabeth Babcock and Robert Holiday took place in Snaith, Yorkshire, and the marriage of Margaret Babcock and Thomas Thornley took place at Manchester Cathedral, Lancashire, on November 17th 1751. The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Edward Babcock, which was dated November 16th 1578, marriage to Janet Spencer, at Halifax, Yorkshire, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth 1, known as "Good Queen Bess", 1558 - 1603. Surnames became necessary when governments introduced personal taxation. In England this was known as Poll Tax. Throughout the centuries, surnames in every country have continued to "develop" often leading to astonishing variants of the original spelling. 
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Babcock, Alice 1921 Census of Canada - Samuel Thornton Lilley.jpg
Babcock, Alice 1921 Census of Canada - Samuel Thornton Lilley.jpg
 
 
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Babcock, Alice and Samuel Thornton Lilley Marriage Record.jpg
Babcock, Alice and Samuel Thornton Lilley Marriage Record.jpg
 
 
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Babcock, Almeda
Babcock, Almeda
 
 
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Babcock, Almeda and James Cassel Marriage Record
Babcock, Almeda and James Cassel Marriage Record
 
 
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Babcock, Bertha May Birth Record
Babcock, Bertha May Birth Record
 
 
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Babcock, Caroline Emma 1881 Canda Census
Babcock, Caroline Emma 1881 Canda Census
 
 
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Babcock, Caroline Emma Death Record
Babcock, Caroline Emma Death Record
 
 
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Babcock, Catherine Ann Marriage Record
Babcock, Catherine Ann Marriage Record
 
 
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Babcock, Darius Death Record
Babcock, Darius Death Record
 
 
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Babcock, Eliza 1881 Canadian Census
Babcock, Eliza 1881 Canadian Census
 
 
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Babcock, Eliza Snider Death Record
Babcock, Eliza Snider Death Record
 
 
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Babcock, Hattie Cecelia 1900 USA Census
Babcock, Hattie Cecelia 1900 USA Census
 
 
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Babcock, Hattie Cecelia and Abbott, John William
Babcock, Hattie Cecelia and Abbott, John William
 
 
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Babcock, Jacob S. Death Record
Babcock, Jacob S. Death Record
 
 
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Babcock, Jacob Stover Death Record.jpg
Babcock, Jacob Stover Death Record.jpg
 
 
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Babcock, Jesse Death Record
Babcock, Jesse Death Record
 
 
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Babcock, John Harvey Grave Stone
Babcock, John Harvey Grave Stone
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Babcock, John Prince
Babcock, John Prince
 
 
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Babcock, Kathleen Ann Birth Record Delayed
Babcock, Kathleen Ann Birth Record Delayed
 
 
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Babcock, Kathleen Ann Marriage Record
Babcock, Kathleen Ann Marriage Record
 
 
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Babcock, Lida Emily and Henry Loft Marriage Record
Babcock, Lida Emily and Henry Loft Marriage Record
 
 
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Babcock, Nora and William Delbert Shaw Marriage Record
Babcock, Nora and William Delbert Shaw Marriage Record
 
 
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Babcock, Norman James World War I 1
Babcock, Norman James World War I 1
 
 
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Babcock, Norman James World War I 2
Babcock, Norman James World War I 2
 
 
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Babcock, Permelia Ann Marriage Record
Babcock, Permelia Ann Marriage Record
 
 
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Babcock, Ray George
Babcock, Ray George
 
 
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Babcock, Sabra Ann 1881 Canadian Census
Babcock, Sabra Ann 1881 Canadian Census
 
 
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Babcock, Sabra Ann Jacob and Marenas Gilbert York Grave Stone
Babcock, Sabra Ann Jacob and Marenas Gilbert York Grave Stone
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Babcock, Sabra Ann Marriage Record William H. Cronk
Babcock, Sabra Ann Marriage Record William H. Cronk
 
 
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Babcock. Rachel Ella Death Notice
Babcock. Rachel Ella Death Notice
 
 
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Bache Family Crest
Bache Family Crest
This rare and interesting surname is a variant of Boik, which is of English and German origin and is a topographical name for someone who lived by a stream, deriving from the Middle High German "back" or the Middle English "bache". The surname dates back to the early 13th Century (see below). Further recordings include one Ralph de la Bache (1252), "The Rydeware Chartulary, Staffordshire", and William atte Bache (1327), "The Subsidy Rolls of Worcestershire". Variations in the idiom of the spelling include Bache, Beek, Baish, Boich, Baike, Boick. James, son of John and Elizabeth Baike, was christened at St. Matthew, Bethal Green, London, on July 24th 1749. One William Boik married Ann Bowers at St. Dunstan, Stepney, London, on September 30th 1786, and their son William was christened at Mary Whitechapel, Stepney, London, on May 17th 1797. The christening was recorded in London of Henry, son of Edward and Elizabeth Deboick, on July 7th 1872 at St. Leonard's, Shoreditch. The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Reinee de Backe, which was dated 1212, "The Curia Regis Rolls of Staffordshire", during the reign of King John, known as "Lackland", 1199 - 1216. Surnames became necessary when governments introduced personal taxation. In England this was known as Poll Tax. Throughout the centuries, surnames in every country have continued to "develop" often leading to astonishing variants of the original spelling. 
 

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