Stockton Tapestry

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Contents

Stockton Tapestry
Register
Data
Notebooks
Analysis
Bibliography
Graphics
YDNA
Stockton Links
Index

……………………..The Tapestry
Families Old Chester OldAugusta Germanna
New River SWVP Cumberland Carolina Cradle
The Smokies Old Kentucky

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Sources

Georgraphic distribution of the Stockton Surname in the 1810 US Census
Geographic Distribution of the Stockton Surname in Great Britain

Related

Stockton YDNA Project
Stockton in Chalkley's Chronicles

Variants

Common variants,

In the United States

Stockton
Stockdon
Typographic variants

common in original
documents

Similar in pronunciation

independendent Origin

Derivation

TypeDiscussion. Sources
HabitationalIn old English "Stocc" refers to a "tree trunk", while "Stoc" is a "dependent settlement". One or the other of these terms may have been combined with "tun" which referred to an enclosure or a settlement. Ancestry

Occurrence

The 1841 Census of England included entries for over 900 persons by the name of "Stockton". Almost all were located in England proper, with most found in Cheshire (32%).

Fewer than ten persons bearing this surname were recorded in Scotland, and fewer than ten persons were recorded in Wales.

Image:Stocktons in the 1810 US Census.jpg


The following summarizes information concerning Stockton linegages that have been examined in the Tapestry Area. Lines not represented in the Tapestry area are not considered here.

Old Chester

Old Augusta

New River

South West VA

Carolina Cradle

Old Kentucky

Savannah River

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