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Adgate, Asa 1830
Adgate, Asa 1830
 
 
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Adgate, Asa and Luther Adgate 1810
Adgate, Asa and Luther Adgate 1810
 
 
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Adgate, Daniel 1800
Adgate, Daniel 1800
 
 
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Adgate, Luther 1820
Adgate, Luther 1820
 
 
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Adgate, Luther 1830
Adgate, Luther 1830
 
 
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Adgate, Luther Grave Stone
Adgate, Luther Grave Stone
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Adgate, Martin 1820
Adgate, Martin 1820
 
 
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Adgate, Martin and Luther Adgate 1840
Adgate, Martin and Luther Adgate 1840
 
 
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Adgate, William Sr Grave Stone
Adgate, William Sr Grave Stone
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Aho, Hugo 1930
Aho, Hugo 1930
 
 
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Aiken, Jane Forfar
Aiken, Jane Forfar
 
 
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Aitchhison, Ruth Eliz Birth Record
Aitchhison, Ruth Eliz Birth Record
 
 
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Aitchison, Evelyn Beatrice Birth Record
Aitchison, Evelyn Beatrice Birth Record
 
 
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Aitchison, Ralph Fredrick Birth Record
Aitchison, Ralph Fredrick Birth Record
 
 
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Aitchison, Violet Mary Birth Record
Aitchison, Violet Mary Birth Record
 
 
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Alcock Family Crest
Alcock Family Crest
This is a very English name, coming from a diminutive of various male personal names beginning with "Al", particularly Alan, Albert, Alban and Alexander, with the popular medieval suffix "cock", from the Olde English pre 7th Century "cocc", Middle English (1200 - 1500) "cok", used here as a nickname from the bird. The application of the nickname could be for various reasons, it was most often used for a young lad who strutted around in a pert and aggressive manner, and as such soon became a generic name for young men, and was added to the short forms of many medieval names, such as Allcock, Hancock and Hiscock. The nickname may also have applied to an early riser or to a natural leader. The name can be spelt Allcock or Alcock. Recordings from London Church Registers include the marriage of John Alcock and Agnes White on October 4th 1545, at St. Mary Magdalene's, Old Fish Street, and the christening of Dorothie, daughter of Thomas Alcock, on June 16th 1550, at St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury. The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Alexander Alecoc, which was dated 1275, in the "Subsidy Rolls of Worcestershire", during the reign of King Edward 1, known as "The Hammer of the Scots", 1272 - 1307. 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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Allen, Alice Madora 1930
Allen, Alice Madora 1930
 
 
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Allen, Charlotte Ellen 1930
Allen, Charlotte Ellen 1930
 
 
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Allen, Claude Leroy.jpg
Allen, Claude Leroy.jpg
 
 
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Allen, George Albert Roy and Anna Ruth Digby Grave Stone
Allen, George Albert Roy and Anna Ruth Digby Grave Stone
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Allen, George Albert Roy Birth Record
Allen, George Albert Roy Birth Record
 
 
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Allen, Lewis Falley
Allen, Lewis Falley
 
 
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Allen, Stephen Edward World War I
Allen, Stephen Edward World War I
 
 
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Allen, Viva Lillian Birth Record
Allen, Viva Lillian Birth Record
 
 
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Allison, Agnes Helene and James Lawson McClure Marriage Record.jpg
Allison, Agnes Helene and James Lawson McClure Marriage Record.jpg
 
 
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Alsace Coat of Arms
Alsace Coat of Arms
Faust Name Meaning. German, Jewish (Ashkenazic), and French (Alsace-Lorraine): from Middle High German fust 'fist', presumably a nickname for a strong or pugnacious person or for someone with a club hand or other deformity of the hand. 
 
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Amen, John Harlon and Marion Cleveland Grave Stone
Amen, John Harlon and Marion Cleveland Grave Stone
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Ames Family Crest
Ames Family Crest
This interesting and long-established surname is of medieval English origin, and derives from the Old French given name (or nickname) "Amis", the oblique case of "Ami", Friend, ultimately from the Latin "amicus", a derivative of "amare", to love. The name was introduced into England after the Norman Conquest of 1066, and the forms "Amicia" (feminine) and "Amisius" (masculine) are recorded respectively in Documents relating to the Danelaw, Lincolnshire, dated 1189, and in the Curia Regis Rolls of Hertfordshire, dated 1211. One Rogerus filius (son of) Ami was noted in the Chartulary of Ramsey Abbey, Norfolk, circa 1250, and a Robert Amys appears in the 1273 Hundred Rolls of Cambridgeshire. On January 18th 1573, William, son of Richard Ames, was christened in Dunstable, Bedfordshire. Notable bearers of the name were William Ames (1576 - 1633), the Arminian minister at Rotterdam in 1613, and professor of theology, Franeker (1622), and Joseph Ames (1689 - 1759), bibliographer and antiquary, who became a fellow of the Royal Society in 1743. On May 11th 1637, Joane Ames, of Yarmouth, a widow, aged 50 yrs., with her three children Ruth, William and John, were listed in a register of those "desirous to passe for New England and there to inhabitt and remaine". The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Robert Amis, which was dated 1221, in "Medieval Records of Suffolk", during the reign of King Henry 111, known as "The Frenchman", 1216 - 1272. 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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Ames, Gladys John and Lyda Farrell US Departing Passenger and Crew Lists1952
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Ames, Gladys Wilhelmina Canada, Voters Lists 1974
Ames, Gladys Wilhelmina Canada, Voters Lists 1974
 
 
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Ames, Gladys Wilhelmina Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1913
Ames, Gladys Wilhelmina Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1913
 
 
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Ames, Harold Ernest Birth Record
Ames, Harold Ernest Birth Record
 
 
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Ames, John David Grave Stone
Ames, John David Grave Stone
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Ames, Lilly Pearl 1921 Census of Canada -
Ames, Lilly Pearl 1921 Census of Canada -
 
 
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Ames, Lilly Pearl and Alfred Ernest Harris Marriage Record
Ames, Lilly Pearl and Alfred Ernest Harris Marriage Record
 
 
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Ames, Madalyn Hester Smith Grave Stone
Ames, Madalyn Hester Smith Grave Stone
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Ames, Shirley Myrna and Clifford J Bates Grave Stone
Ames, Shirley Myrna and Clifford J Bates Grave Stone
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Amey, Carl Hartman Grave Stone
Amey, Carl Hartman Grave Stone
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Amey, Henry James 1901
Amey, Henry James 1901
 
 
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Amey, Maggie May Grave Stone
Amey, Maggie May Grave Stone
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Amey, Minnie A. Marriage Record
Amey, Minnie A. Marriage Record
 
 
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Amey, Phillip Hartman Grave Stone
Amey, Phillip Hartman Grave Stone
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Amyas Family Crest
Amyas Family Crest
Latin Meaning: ... In Latin the meaning of the name Amyas is: Loves God. French Meaning: The name Amyas is a French baby name. In French the meaning of the name Amyas is: From the Old French name derived from Latin 'amatus' meaning loved. 
 
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Ancestors and Descendants of Lieutenant Thomas Tracy of Norwich, Connecticut, 1660.pdf
Ancestors and Descendants of Lieutenant Thomas Tracy of Norwich, Connecticut, 1660.pdf
 
 
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Anderson, Herbert Norman World War I
Anderson, Herbert Norman World War I
 
 
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Anderson, Sarah Jane Death Record
Anderson, Sarah Jane Death Record
 
 
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Andrus, Mel Dec 25 1983
Andrus, Mel Dec 25 1983
 
 
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Anjou Family Crest
Anjou Family Crest
The name Anjou is a Shakespearean baby name. In Shakespearean the meaning of the name Anjou is: Henry VI, Part 1' Reignier, Duke of Anjou, and titular King of Naples. 
 
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Anson, Lawrence Percival Birth Record
Anson, Lawrence Percival Birth Record
 
 
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Appleby, Annie Alleen
Appleby, Annie Alleen
 
 

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