Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England


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Surnames

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ABBEE; ABBOTABBY, ABBEY or ABBEE; ABEY; ABELLABERNETHY; ABINGTON; ABORNE; ACRERLY, ACCORLEY or ACRELY; ACKLEY or ACLY; ACREMAN or AKERMAN; ACRES, often ACKERMANACTON; ACY or ACIE; ADAMSADDINGTONADDIS; ADEY; ADGATE; ADGER; ADKINSADVERD or ADFORD; AGER, AGAR, AUGER, EGER or EAGER; AGLIN; AGNEW; AINSWORTHAKERS; ALBEE or ALBY; ALBESON or ALLBERSON; ALBOROW, ALBOROUGH, ALBRO, ALDBURY, ALBROE or ALSBERRIEALCOCKALDBURG; ALDENALDERMAN; ALDISALDRIDGE or ALDRICH; ALEWORTH; ALEXANDERALFORDALGERALISET or ALLISET; ALLARD; ALLARE; ALLENALLERTONALLEY; ALLEYNEALLIN; ALLINGALLISALLISET or ALLESET; ALLISON; ALLOTT; ALLT or AULTALLY ‡ ALLYNALMY or ALMOND; ALSOP or ALSUPALSOB; ALVORDAMADOWN; AMAZEEN; AMBECK, AMBEEK or AMBEECKAMBLER; AMBROSE; AMBRY or AMBERY; AMEREDITH, MERRYDAY or MEREDITHAMESAMEY or AMEE; AMORY; AMOS; AMSBURY; AMSDEN; ANCHOR; ANDERSONANDREWANDREWS, ANDROWS (or ANDROS, sometimes), often ANDROSANDROS; ANGELL; ANGIERANNABLE, ANNIBLE or ANNIBALLANNIS; ANTHONYANTRAM; APPLEBY; APPLEGATE; APPLETONAPPLIN; ARBUCKLE; ARCHER or ARCHARDARDELL; AREY; ARIN; ARMITAGE or ARMATAGE; ARMS; ARMSBEE or ARMESBEY, sometimes, as in Baylies, AMSBURY; ARMSTRONGARNOLDARROWSMITH; ARTHUR; ARTSEL; ASH; ASHBURN or ASHBORN; ASHBYASHCRAFT; ASHDOWN; ASHFIELD; ASHLEY, sometimes ASHLYASHTON; ASHWOOD; ASLETT or ARSLEBY; ASPINWALL or ASPENALLASTWOODATCHINSON or ATCHISON; ATHEARN; ATHERSTON; ATHERTONATKINSATKINSON, ADKINSON or ATKESONATWATERATWELLATWOODAUBREY; AUDLEY; AUGER, AGAR or AUGURAUGUSTINEAULT, sometime writ. OLT; AUSTINAVERILL; AVERYAVISAVISTON or AVESSON; AWARDS; AWKLEY; AXEY; AXTELL; AYERS or AYERAYLET; AYRAULT or AYROULD; AYRES; AZELL

B

BAALAM; BABB; BABBAGE, BABBIDGE, sometimes BABRIDGEBABBIT; BABCOCKBABER; BABSON; BACHILER, BACHELOR, BACHELLER, BACHELDER, BATCHELOR, orBACKUS; BACONBADCOCKBADGER; BADLAM; BADMAN; BAGG; BAGLEY; BAGNALLBAILEYBAKERBALCH; BALCOM or BOLKCOM; BALDWINBALLBALLANTINEBALLARD, oft. writ. as sound. BallattBALLOU; BALSTONE or BAULSTONBAMBRIDGE, BANBRIDGE, BAINBRIDGE or BAINRICK; BAMPSTER; BANCROFTBAND; BANFIELD; BANGSBANKS; BANISTER, or BANNISTERBANSHOTT; BANT; BARBERBARCROFT; BARD; BARDEN; BARDING; BARDWELL; BAREFOOTEBARGE; BARGER; BARKERBARLOWBARNABYBARNARDBARNESBARNETT; BARNEYBARNUM or BARNAM; BARNELL; BARR; BARRETTBARRONBARROWS or BARROW; BARRY; BARSHAMBARSTOW, BAIRSTO or BERESTOBARTHOLOMEWBARTLETTBARTOLL; BARTONBARTRAM; BASCOMBASS; BASSAKER, BUSSAKER or BUSICOTBASSETT; BASSOM or BASSUMBASTARD; BASTAR; BATCHELOR, or BATCHELDER; BATEMAN; BATESBATSONBATT; BATTELLE or BATTLEBATTEN; BATTER; BATTING or BATTENS; BAXTERBAY or BAYES; BAYLEYBAYNLYBAYSEY; BAZICOTT; BEACH or BEECH; BEACHAM; BEACHEN; BEADLEBEAL or BEALSBEAMAN; BEAMOND or BEAMON; BEAMSLEYBEAN, BEANE or BEANES; BEARD; BEARDINGBEARSE, BEARCE or BIERCE; BEARSLEY, BEARDSLEY, BERDSLEY or BERSLEY(sound BARESLEY); BEAUCHAMP or BEACHUMBEAUMONT or BEMENT; BECKBECKET; BECKFORD or BICKFORD(more common in early days); BECKLEY; BECKWITHBEDELL, BEDLE or BEEDLE; BEDFORD; BEDIENT; BEDURTHA, BEDORTHA or BODURTHABEDWELL; BEEBE or BEEBY; BEECHER or BEACHERBEEDER, perhaps BEEDE; BEEFORD; BEERS or BEEREBEETFIELD or BITFIELD; BEHONEY; BEIGHTON; BELCHERBELCONGER; BELDEN or BELDINGBELKNAPBELLBELLAMYBELLEW or BELLOU; BELLFLOWER; BELLAMONT; BELLINGHAMBELLINGTON; BELLOWSBELVILLE; BEMIS; BENDALLBENDISH; BENEDICT; BENGILLEYBENHAM; BENJAMINBENMORE; BENNETTBENNING; BENSONBENT; BENTLEY; BENTONBERESFORD; BERKLEY; BERNARD; BERNON; BERRYBESBEDGE, BESBITCH or BEESBEECHBESSEY; BEST; BESWICK; BETSCOMBE or BETSHAM; BETTSBETTY; BEVANS or BEVENS; BEWETT, BUET or BUITTBUITT; BEXTER; BIBBLE; BICKNELL; BICKNOR or BICKNER; BIDDLEBIDFIELD, BEDFIELD or BETTFIELD; BIDGOOD or BETGOOD; BIGELOW, BAGULEY or BIGLOWBIGGS or BIGGBILL; BILLINGS or BILLINGBILLINGTON; BILLS or BILLESBINGHAM; BINGLEY; BINNEY; BINKS or BINCKS, sometimes BRINKSBINNS; BINSON; BIRCH; BIRCHARD, BURCHARD or BIRCHALL; BIRDBIRDEN; BIRDLEY; BIRDSALL; BIRDSEYE; BIRGE; BISBEE, or BISBY; BISCOE; BISCON; BISHOPBISS; BISSELLBITNER; BITTLESTONE, BIDLESTON or BIDDLESTONEBITTS; BIXBY; BLACHLEY; BLACKBLACKBURNE; BLACKFORD; BLACKLEACH; BLACKLEY, or BLAKESLEYBLACKMAN; BLACKMORE; BLACKWELLBLACKWOOD; BLAGDEN; BLAGGE; BLAGUE; BLAISDELL or BLASDALEBLAKEBLAKEMANBLAKESLEY; BLANCHARDBLAND; BLANDFORD; BLANDING; BLANEY; BLANTON, BLANTAINE or BLANDINGBLATCHFORD; BLATCHLEY; BLAXTONBLAYDEN; BLEASE; BLETHIN; BLETSO; BLIGH; BLIN; BLINMANBLISH or BLUSH; BLISSBLODGET or BLOGGET, sometimes BLOGHEADBLOIS or BLOYS; BLOMFIELD or BLUMFIELDBLOODBLOSSOM; BLOTTBLOWERS; BLUNT; BLUSH; BLY; BOADEN or BODENBOARDMAN; BOBBIT; BOCKFORD; BODE, BOOD or BOADE; BODERIT; BODFISH; BODINGHAM; BODKIN; BODMAN; BODWELLBOGGUST; BOGLE; BOHONION or BOHANNON; BOLCOM; BOLLARD; BOLLES; BOLT; BOLTON; BOLTWOODBONDBONDET; BONDFIELD or BONFIELD; BONHAM or BONUMBONNER; BONNEY; BONYTHON or BONIGHTON; BOOBYAR; BOOMER; BOOSY; BOOTFISH or BODFISHBOOTHBOOTMAN; BORDEN; BORDMANBOREL; BOREMAN or BORDMAN sometimesBORLAND; BOSTWICK or BOSTICK; BOSWAY; BOSWELL; BOSWORTHBOTHAM; BOTSFORD; BOUGHEY; BOUGHTWHORE or BOUGHTWHORET; BOULTER; BOULTON; BOUNDBOURDEN; BOURLE; BOURNEBOUTELL, BOUTWELL, BOUTELLE or BOWTELLBOUTINEAU; BOUTON; BOWD; BOWDEN, BOUDEN, or BOADEN; BOWDITCHBOWDOIN (so made from the sound of the old French BAUDOUIN)BOWE; BOWENBOWERS; BOWING; BOWKER or BOUKERBOWLAND; BOWLES; BOWMANBOWSTREETE; BOYDEN; BOYEN; BOYES, BOYS, BOYCE or BOIESBOYKETT or BOYKIM; BOYLE; BOYLESTON; BOYNTON or BOYINGTONBRABROOK or BRAYBROOK; BRACY or BRACIEBRACKENBURY; BRACKETTBRADBURYBRADBUTH; BRADDOCK; BRADE; BRADFIELD; BRADFORDBRADHURST; BRADING; BRADISHBRADLEY or BRADLEEBRADSHAWBRADSTREETBRAGDON; BRAGGBRAINARD or BRAINERD; BRAITON; BRAMAN or BRAYMAN; BRAME, BRAM or BREAM; BRAMHALL; BRANCHBRAND; BRANDISLY; BRANDON; BRANE; BRANKER; BRANSON; BRASIER; BRATCHER; BRATELER or BRATELY; BRATTLEBRAWNE; BRAYBRAYTON; BRAZEEL; BRAZIER; BREAD; BRECKBREDANE; BREDCAKE; BREED; BREEDEN, BRADING, BRADON or BREDINGBREME; BRENTONBRESSEY; BRETT; BRETTON; BREWERBREWSTERBRIARD; BRIARS; BRICE; BRICKET; BRICKNALL; BRIDGEBRIDGES; BRIDGHAMBRIDGEMAN; BRIEN or BRIAN; BRIERSLEY or BRIERS; BRIGDEN or BRIDGENBRIGGSBRIGHAMBRIGHTBRIGHTON; BRIGNALL; BRIMBLECOME; BRIMSDEN or BRIMSDELL; BRIMSMEAD, BROWNSMAYD, BRINSMEID, BRINSMEAD or BRINSMADEBRINKS; BRINLEY; BRINTNALL; BRISANTON; BRISCOEBRISENTONBRISTOW or BRISTOL; BRITTEL; BRITTERIDGE; BRITTON or BRITTANE; BROAD; BROADRIDGE; BROADWAY; BROCK; BROCKETTBROCKLEBANK; BROCKWAY; BRODBENT; BROMFIELDBROMLEY; BRONSDEN; BRONSON; BROOKHAVEN; BROOKING, BRUCKEN or BROOKEN; BROOKS or BROOKES, sometimes BROOKEBROOMAN; BROOME; BROUGH or BRUFF; BROUGHTONBROWNBROWNELL; BROWNING; BROWNSMAYD; BROWNSON, BRUNSON, or recently BRONSONBRUCE; BRUENBRUFF; BRUNDISH; BRUNETT; BRUNNING; BRUSH; BRUSTER; BRYANBRYANTBRYER or BRYARD; BUCKBUCKINGHAMBUCKLAND, sometimes BUCKLINE on recBUCKLEY; BUCKLINE; BUCKMAN; BUCKMINISTERBUCKMAN; BUCKNELL; BUCKNER; BUDD; BUDDINGTON, BODINGTON or BUDINGTON; BUDLEYBUDLONG; BUELLBUFFINGTON; BUFFUM; BUGBYBULGAR; BULFINCH; BULLFLOWER; BULKLEYBULLBULLARDBULLEN; BULLIER; BULLIS; BULLIVANTBULLOCK; BULLY; BUMPASS, more often BUMPAS, or BUMPUSBUMSTEAD; BUNCE; BUNDY; BUNKERBUNN or BUNNEBUNNILL; BURBANK; BURBEEN; BURCH; BURCHALL; BURCHAM; BURCHARD or BURCHER; BURCHSTED; BURDENBURDICK or BURDICT; BURDITT or BURDETT; BURDSALL; BURDSIEBURFEE; BURGES; BURGESS or BURGISS, sometimes BURGESBURKBY; BURKE; BURLEIGH; BURLINGHAM or BURLINGAME; BURLISSON; BURMAN; BURN; BURNAPBURNELL; BURNETT or BURNIT; BURNHAM, BURNAM or BURNUMBURNS; BURNYEAT; BURPH, possib. BURFEE; BURRBURRAGE; BURRILLBURRINGTON; BURRITTBURROWS, BOROUGHS, BOROWS or BURROUGHSBURSELL or BURSTALL; BURSLEY, BURSLEM or BURSLIN; BURTBURTONBURWELL; BUSBY; BUSHBUSHELL; BUSHNEALLBUSHROD; BUSKETBUSS, BUSSE, BUSSEY; BUSSAKER; BUSWELL, BUZZELL, BUSSELL or BUZWELL; BUTCHER; BUTLANDBUTLERBUTMAN; BUTT or BUTTS; BUTTELS; BUTTER or BUTTERS; BUTTERFIELDBUTTERWORTH; BUTTOLPHBUTTON; BUTTERICKBUTTRY or BUTTERY; BUXTON; BYAM; BYFIELDBYLES; BYLEY; BYNNS; BYRAM

C

CABELL; CAD or CADD; CADMAN; CADY or CADE; CADOGAN; CADWELLCAFFINGE, CAFFINCH, CAFFINS or CEFFINCH; CAHOON; CANE or CAYNE; CAKEBREAD; CALDWELLCALEF or CALFE; CALLCALLENDER; CALLOWAY or CALLOWE; CALLUM; CALVERLYCAMMOCK; CAMP; CAMPBELLCAMPERWELL; CAMPERFIELD or CANFIELD; CAMPION; CAMPLIN; CANADA; CANDE, CAMBEE or KEMBEE; CANE or CANNE; CANFIELD; CANN; CANNEY; CANNONCANTERBURY; CAPENCAPRON; CARD; CARDERCARLTON; CARLILE; CARMAN; CARNES; CARNEY; CARPENTERCARRCARRE; CARRIER; CARRINGTONCARROLL; CARTERCARTHEW; CARTHRICK or CARTRACKCARTWRIGHT; CARVEATH; CARVERCARWITHEN, CORWITHEN, CURWITHIN, KERWITHY or CARWITHIE; CARYCASECASELEY or CASLEYCASEY; CASH; CASKIN; CASMAN; CASMORE or CHASMORE; CASS; CASSELL or CASSILEY; CASTINE or CAUSTINECASTLE; CASWELL, CASEWELL or CASSELL; CATCHAM; CATE; CATER; CATES; CATLIN or CATLINGCATTELL; CAULKINS, CALKINS, CALKIN or CAWKINCAVE; CAWDALL; CAWLY; CAYME; CENTER; CHADBOURNE; CHADDOCK; CHADWELLCHADWICK; CHAFFEE, CHAFFY or CHAFFINCHALCROFT; CHALICE, CHALLIS or CHELLIS; CHALKER; CHALKLEY or CHAULKLEY, in Col. Rec; CHALKWELL; CHAMBERLAIN, oft. CHAMBERLINCHABERS; CHAMPERNOON; CHAMPION; CHAMPLINCHAMPNEY; CHANDLERCHANTEREL or CANTRELJOHN; CHAPINCHAPLEMAN; CHAPLIN or CHAPLAINCHAPMANCHAPPELLCHARD; CHARLES; CHARLETT; CHASECHASMORE or CHASMER; CHATFIELD; CHATTERTON; CHATWELL; CHAUNCYCHEATER; CHECKETT; CHECKLEYCHEDSEY or CHIDSEY; CHEEVERCHELLIS; CHELSON; CHENERIE; CHENEYCHEREY; CHERRALL; CHESEBROUGH, CHEESBROUGH, CHESSBRUCK or CHEESBROOKCHESHOLME, CHISHOLM or CHESEHOLMCHESLEY; CHESTERCHEVALIER; CHICHESTER; CHICK; CHICKERINGCHILD or CHILDSCHILLINGWORTH, CHILLINGSWORTH, sometimes SHILLINGSWORTH; CHILSON or CHILSTONE; CHILSONCHINERY; CHINN, CHINE or CHING; CHIPMAN; CHIPPERFIELDCHITTENDENCHOATECHRISTISON; CHRISTOPHERSCHRISTOPHERSON; CHUBB; CHUBBUCK; CHURCHCHURCHILL, CHURCHALL or CHURCHELLCHURCHMAN; CHURCHWOOD; CHUTECHUZ; CLAGHORN, or, as the Col. rec. spells CLEAGUEHORNE; CLANFIELD; CLAPCLAPHAM; CLARKCLARK; CLAUKLIN; CLAWSONCLAY; CLAYDON; CLAYS; CLAYTON; CLEAR; CLEAVELANDCLEMENT, CLEMENS, CLEMENTS or CLEMENCECLESSON; CLEVERLYCLEVERTON; CLEVES or CLEAVESCLIFFORD; CLIFT; CLIFTON; CLISBY, CLEESBY or CLESBY; CLOADE; CLOATHER; CLOSE; CLOUGHCLOUTMAN; CLOYES or CLOYCECLUFF; CLUGSTONE; CLUTTERBUCK; COACHMAN; COALBORNE; COATES; COBBCOBBETTCOBBLE; COBHAM; COBLEICH; COBURN; COCHRAN; COCK; COCKERILL; COCKERUM; COCKSHOT; CODDINGTONCODMANCODMORE; CODNER; COECOFFINCOGGAN, COGAN or COGGINCOGGESHALL or COXSALLCOGSWELL; COIT or COYTECOKER; COLBRON, COLBORNE or COLBURNCOLBY; COLCORDCOLDAM, COLDOM or COLDHAM; COLE, COALE or COALESCOLEMANCOLEYCOLFAX, or COLEFOX; COLLAMORE, COLLEMORE or CULLIMORE; COLLANE; COLLAR or COLLER; COLLICOTT or COLLACOTCOLLIER; COLLINSCOLLISHAW or COWLISHAWECOLLOHANE; COLMAN; COLSON; COLT or COULTCOLTMAN or COULTMAN; COLTON; COLVER or CULVER; COLWELL or COLEWAY; COLY, COLIE or COLEY, sometimes COLE; COMBERBACH; COMBS, COMBE, COOMES, COOMBE or COOMBSCOMBY or COMBEE; COMEE or COMY; COMER; COMPTON; COMSTOCKCONANTCONCKLIN; CONDY, COUNDY or CANDY; CONECONEYCONIGRAVE; CONLEY or CONNELLY; CONNEBALL; CONNELL; CONNER; CONNOWAY; CONSTABLE; CONVERS or CONVERSECOOK or COOKECOOKERY; COOLEDGE or COOLIDGECOOLEY, sometimes COLEY; COOMBS; COOPERCOPE; COPELANDCOPIE; COPLEY; COPPCORBEE or CORBY; CORBESSON; CORBETT; CORBIN or CORBYN; CORLESS or CORLISSCORLET; CORNELL; CORNELLY; CORNEY or CURNEY; CORNHILL or CORNING; CORNING; CORNISHCORNWELL; CORRINGTON; CORSE; CORWIN; CORY, COREE, COUREE or COREYCOSIN, COZENS or COUSINSCOSMORE; COSSER; COSTIN or COSTING; COTHILL; COTTA, COTTY or COTTEY; COTTER; COTTERILL, COTTEREL or COTTRELL; COTTLECOTTONCOTTRELL; COUCH; COUNTER; COUNTS; COURSER; COURTEOUS; COUSSENS; COVE; COVELL; COVENTRY; COVEY; COVINGTON; COWDALL; COWDRYCOWELL; COWEN; COWLAND; COWLES; COWLEY; COWPER; COWLISHAW; COX, COCK or COXECOY; COYTEMORECRABB; CRABTREE; CRACKBONE; CRACKSTONE or CRAXTONCRADDING; CRAFORD or CRAFFORD; CRAFTSCRAGG; CRAGGAN; CRAM; CRAMPTONCRAMWELL; CRANBERRY; CRANCH; CRANDALL; CRANECRANFIELD; CRANIVER; CRANSTON; CRANWELL; CRARY; CRAW; CRAWLEY; CRAYFOOT; CREHORECRESEY or CRESSEY; CRIBB; CRITCHLEY, CRUTCHLEY or CROYCHLEY; CRICK or CREEK; CRIPPIN; CRIPS; CRISP or CRISPE; CRITCHET; CROADECROAKHAM, CROWKHAM or CROCUM; CROCKERCROCKETT; CROFOOT; CROFTCROMPTON; CROMWELL; CROOKER; CROSBYCROSCUM; CROSSCROSSING; CROSSMAN; CROSSTHWAYTE or CROSWAITCROSWELL; CROUTCH, CROWCH, or CROUCH; CROWCROWELL; CROWFOOT; CROWNE; CROWTHERCRUFTS; CRUMB or CROMB; CRUTTEDEN; CUDDINGTON; CUDWORTHCULLEN ‡ * CULLICK CULLIMORE; CULLIVER; CULVERCUMBY or CUMBEE; CUMMINGS, COMINGS, CUMMENS or with single m, with, or withoutCUNDY; CUNLIFF, CUNLITH or CUNDLIEF; CUNNINGHAM; CURNEY or CORNEY; CURRIER; CURTIS, CURTICE, CURTISE or CURTIZECURWIN or CORWINCUSHINGCUSHMANCUTHBERTSONCUTLERCUTT (or CUTTS in modern days)CUTTERCUTTINGCUTTRISS

D

DADE, DAVY, DADY or DAWDY, and even DANDY; DAFFORNE or DAFFERNDAGAN; DAGGETT or DOGGETT, as on rec. at Watertown, but DOGHEAD, or; DAILLE'; DAKIN, DAKYNGS or DAKINGDALE; DALISSON or DALISON; DALKIN; DALTON or DOLTON; DAME, DAMME or DAMDAMERILL; DAMON, DAMMAN, DAMAN or DAMING; DANADAND; DANDY; DANEDANFORTHDANIEL or DANIELSDANTS or DANKS; DARKE; DARLEY; DARLING; DARMAN; DARRELL; DARROW or DARRAH; DARTDARVALL, DARVILL or DARVELL; DASSETT; DAVENPORTDAVID; DAVIDS; DAVIEDAVIS, or DAVIESDAVISON; DAWDY; DAWESDAWSE; DAWSON; DAWSTIN; DAYDAYNES, DEANS or DAINES; DAYTON; DEACON; DEALE; DEANDEAR or DEARE; DEARBORNDEARING or DEERING; DEATH; DECKANE; DECKER; DECROW; DEINS; DELAND; DELANO, early DELANOYE, DELAUNY, or DELANOYDELL or DILLDEMING, DEMON or DEMENTDEMENT; DENBOW; DENGAYNE or DINGHAMDENHAM; DENISON, DENYSONDENLO; DENMAN; DENMARK; DENNETT; DENNISDENSLOW; DENT; DENTONDERBYDERING or DEERING; DERMIT; DESBOROUGHDESCHAMPS; DEUCE; DEVELL, DEVEL, DAVOLL or DEVILLDEVILL; DEVENISH or DAVENISH; DEVEREUX, DEVORIX or DEVEROE; DEVOTIONDEW or DUE; DEWER; DEWERSON; DEWEYDEWHURST; DEWING, sometimes DEWEN; DEWOLF; DEXTERDIBBLE, DEEBLE or DEBLEDIBBS; DICER; DICK; DICKARSON; DICKENS; DICKERMAN; DICKINSONDICKSONDIKE, DYKE or DIKES; DILL; DILLINGHAM; DIMAN, DYMOND, DIAMOND, DYAMONT or DIMONDDIMMOCK, DIMUCK or DIMICK; DINELY or DYNELEY; DINGHAMDINGLEY; DINNY; DINSDALE; DISBROW, DISBOROW or DESBROUGH; DISCO; DISER; DISPAW; DIVENDIXDIXER; DIXEY; DIXON; DIXWELLDOANEDOBER; DOBSON; DODD, sometimes DOD; DODGEDODSONDOE; DOGGETT; DOLACK; DOLBEARE; DOLBERY; DOLEDOLHAFF or DOLHERT; DOLIBER, DELLABER or DALLIBER; DOMMETT; DONN; DONNELL, DENNELL or DUNNELL; DOOLITTLEDORCHESTERDORITCH; DORLAND, DORLAN, DARLAN or DURLAND; DORMAN; DORR; DORSET; DORYFALL or DORIFIELD; DOTEY, DOTY, DOTE or DOTENDOUBLEDAY; DOUGHTYDOUGLASS ROBERT DOUSE; DOVE; DOWDOWD, DOUDE, DOWDE or DOWDY; DOWDEN; DOWELL; DOWNAMDOWNE, DOWNS or DOWNES; DOWNER; DOWNINGDOWNTONDOWSEDOXY; DOYLE; DRAKEDRAKELEY; DRAPERDRAWWATER; DRAYTON; DRECKAN; DRESSER; DREWDRINKER; DRISCOLL; DRIVERDROWNEDRUMER; DRUMMOND; DRURY; DUCKWORTH; DUDBRIDGE; DUDY; DUDLEY HUGHDUDSONDUGALL or DOUGALL; DUMBLETON; DUMMERDUNBAR; DUNCAN; DUNEN or DUNNIN; DUNFORD; DUNGIN; DUNHAMDUNK or DUNCK; DUNKIN; DUNNDUNNELL; DUNNING; DUNNY; DUNSTERDUNTON; DURAND; DURANT; DURDALL; DURELL; DUREN; DURFEE; DURGIN, DURGY or DIRGEY; DURHAM; DURREN, DURRIN or DURRUM; DUSTIN or DUSTONDUTCH; DUTCHFIELD or DITCHFIELD; DUTTONDUTY; DWELLEY; DWIGHTDWINELL, DUENNELL or DUNNELL; DYAMONTDYER

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EAGER; EAMES or EMMESEARLEEARLY; EARTHY; EAST; EASTMANEASTONEASTOW; EASTY or ESTYEASTWICK, ESTICK or ESTWICK; EATONEBENATHA; EBORNE, EBBORNE or EBURNE; ECCLES, ECLES, ECKLES or ECKELS; EDDYEDENDEN, EDDINGTON sometimesEDES, EADS, EADES or EEDS; EDGARTON; EDGE; EDGECOMBEDGERLY; EDLIN or EDLING; EDMASTER; EDMONSON; EDMUNDS, EDMONDS or EDMANDSEDSALL or EDSELL; EDSON; EDWARDSEELLS, ELLS, EELS or EALESEGER or EAGER; EGGINGTON; EGGLESTONEGLETON; EGLIN; EGLINTON; EGRON; EIRE; ELA; ELBRIDGEELCOCK; ELDER; ELDERKIN; ELDERTON; ELDRED; ELDRIDGEELFORD; ELGARR; ELIOT or ELLIOTELISTONE or ELLISTON; ELITHORP or ELITHROP; ELKINS or ELKING; ELLEN; ELLERYELLET or ELLIT; ELLICOT; ELLINGHAM; ELLINGWOOD; ELLINS or ELLINGS; ELLISELLISON or ELISSON; ELLMES; ELLSWORTHELMER or ELLMER; ELSE or ELZIE; ELSON, ELSEN or ELSING; ELTHANELTON; ELWELL; ELYEMBLIN; EMERSONEMERY or EMORYEMMONSEMRY or EMERY; ENDICOTTENDILL; ENGLAND; ENGLE; ENGLISH or ENGLESENO, EANNO, ENNO or ENNOE; ENOS; ENOW; ENSDELL; ENSIGNENSOME; ENSWORTH, ENDSWORTH or ENISWORTH; EPES or EPPESERRINGTON; ERWIN; ESSET; ESTABROOK or EASTERBROOK; ESTEN; ESTESESTOW; ESTWICK, ESTWICH or ESTICK; ETHEREDGE; ETHERINGTON; EUSTIS; EVANCE; EVANSEVARTSEVE; EVELETHEVERDEN; EVERED; EVERELL; EVEREST; EVERETTEVERILLEVERTON; EWE; EWELL; EWEREWILL; EWINGTON; EWSTEAD; EXELL or EXILE; EYER; EYNSWORTH; EYMANS; EYRE, EIRE, often EYERSEYTON

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FABENS, FABIN or FABINS; FABER or FEBAR; FACE; FAIRBANKSFAIRCHILD; FAIRFIELDFAIRMAN; FAIRWEATHER or FAYERWEATHER; FALCONER; FALDOE; FALES, spelled VALES, sometimes in col. rec; FALL; FALLAND; FALLOWAY or FALLOWELLFANE; FANEUILFANNING; FAREWELL; FARGO; FARLEYFARMAN; FARMERFARNHAM, FARNAM or FARNUMFARNSWORTHFARR BENJAMIN FARRABAS; FARRAND; FARRARFARRELL; FARRINGTONFARROWFARWELL; FASSELL or FASSETT; FAULKNERFAUNCE; FAVOR or FEWER; FAWER or FOWERFAWNE; FAXON, FAXSON or FACKSON; FAYFEAKE; FEARING; FELCHFELLOWS; FELMINGHAM or FILLINGHAM; FELT; FELTONFENNFENNER; FENTON; FENWICKFERGOOSE; FERGUSON or FERGINSON; FERMAN; FERMASE, FERMACE, or FORMAIS; FERNALD; FERNESIDE, FERNISIDE or FARNYSEEDE; FERNAM; FERNES; FERNISFERRIS; FERRY; FERSON or FURSON; FESSENDEN; FEVERYEAR; FIELDFIELDER; FIENNESFIFIELD; FILCHER; FILER or FYLER or FYLERFILIN or FILEEN; FILLEBROWN; FILLEY; FINCHFINNEY; FIRMIN, FERMAN or FIRMANFISH; FISHERFISKEFITCHFITCHEW; FITTS; FITZRANDLE, FITTSRENDOLFE or FITTSRANDOLFE; FLACKFLAGGFLANDERS; FLATMAN; FLAVELL; FLEA; FLEMING; FLETCHERFLINDERS; FLINTFLOOD or FLOYDFLOWER or FLOWERS; FLOYD; FOBESFOGG; FOKAR; FOLGERFOLLANSBEE; FOLLEN; FOLLET; FOLSOMFONES; FOOTE or FOOTFOOTMAN; FOP; FORBAS; FORBES; FORBUSH or FORBUSH; FORCE; FORD or FOORDEFORDHAM; FORMAN or FURMAN; FORREST; FORRETT; FORSYTHFORT; FORTUNE; FORWARD; FOSDICK; FOSKETT; FOSS; FOSSAKER, FOSSECAR, FOSSEKER or FOSSIKER; FOSTER, or sometimes FORSTERFOULFOOT; FOUNTAINFOWKES or FOOKS or FOOKS; FOWLEFOWLER or FOWLARFOWNELL; FOXFOXALL; FOXCRAFT or FOXCROFTFOXERY; FOXWELL; FOYFRAILE; FRAME; FRANKLINFRANKS; FRARYFRAZER; FREAKE; FREATHY; FREEBORNE or FREEBOURNE; FREEBY; FREELOVEFREEMANFREEZE or FRIEZE; FRENCHFRIARD; FRIBBENS; FRIEND; FRIESE; FRINK; FRISBIE; FRISH; FRISSELL or FRIZELLFROGLIE; FROSTFROTHINGHAMFROW or FRO; FRYEFRYER or FRIERFUGILL; FULHAM; FULLERFULLFORD; FURBER; FURBUSH; FURGESON; FURNELL; FUSSELL

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GAFFINGSLEY; GAFFORD; GAGEGAGER; GAINES or GAYNES; GALEGALL; GALLARD; GALLISON; GALLOP or GALLUPGALLY; GALPINGALSEY; GALT; GALUSHA; GAMLYN, GAMLYNE, GAMLIN, GAMLIEN or GAMBLIN; GAMMON; GANNETTGANSON; GAPPAD; GARDE, GARD or GARRARD; GARDEN; GARDINERGARDNERGARFIELDGARFORD; GARLAND; GARLICK; GAR; GARNERGARNETT; GARNSEY; GARRETT, GARRAD or GARRARDGARRETSON; GARRISON or GARRESEN; GARROLD; GARVEN; GASCOYNE, GASKIN or GASKELL; GATCHELL or GETCHELLGATESGATLINE or GATTLIFFE; GATSELL; GATTERY; GAUNT; GAYGAYERGAYLORD, GAYLOR, GAYLER, GALLARD or GALLERDGAZEAU; GEACH; GEARING, GERRIN or JERRINJERRIN; GEARS, GEER or GEERSGEERSGEARY; GEDNEY or GIDNEYGEE; GEER; GENDALL; GENERY or CHENERIEGENNOR; GEORGEGERAERD, GARRIARD, GERIARD, GERAERDI (or other variation); GERRISHGERRY; GESBIE or GESBRO; GETCHELL; GETRYELL; GIBB; GIBBARD or GIBBERTGIBBONS or GIBBINS; GIBBSGIBSONGIDDINGS; GIFFORD; GILBERTGILDERSLEEVEGILE, GUILE, GYLES or GILES; GILFORDGILLGILLAM; GILLETT or JELLETTGILLIGANGILLINGHAM; GILLOW; GILLOWAY; GILMANGILPIN; GILSONGILVEN; GINGELL, GINGLE, GENGILL or GINGEN; GIRDLER; GIRLING; GISBORNE; GISHOP; GRITTINGS; GIVAN; GLADING; GLANFIELD; GLASSGLAZIER; GLEASON; GLEN; GLIDDEN; GLIDEGLOVERGOADBY; GOAD or GOARD; GOBAN; GOBLEGODDARDGODFREYGODING or GODDINGGODMAN; GODSOE; GODSON; GODWIN; GOE; GOFFEGOLD; GOLDER; GOLDHAM; GOLDING; GOLDSMITH; GOLDSTONEGOLDTHWAIT; GOLDWYER; GOLIKO; GOLT or GAULT; GOOCH; GOOD; GOODALEGOODE or GOOD; GOODENHOUSE; GOODENOW, GOODNOW or GOODENOUGHGOODFELLOW; GOODHEART; GOODHUEGOODINGGOODMAN; GOODRICHGOODRIDGEGOODSELL; GOODSPEEDGOODING, GOODWIN or GOODWYNGOODWRIGHT; GOODYEAR; GOOGE; GOOKINGOOLE; GOOSE; GORDON; GOREGOREN or GORING; GORGES; GORHAM, GORUM or GORAMGORNELL; GORNOCK; GORTONGOSIER; GOSMER; GOSNALL; GOSNOLDGOSS; GOTOBED; GOTT; GOUGE or GOUCH; GOULD or GOLDGOULDEN or GOLDEN; GOULDER; GOURDING; GOVE or GOAVEGOWING or GOWENGOYT; GOZZARD; GRAFFORT; GRAFTON; GRAHAMGRAME; GRANGER; GRANNIS; GRANTGRANTHAM; GRATH; GRAVESGRAYGRAYGOOSE; GRAZILLIER; GRELE or GREELEY; GREENGREENFIELDGREENHILL; GREENLAND; GREENLEAFGREENMAN or GRINMAN; GREENOUGHGREENSLAD, GREENLY, GREENSLATE or GREENSLEDGE; GREENSMITH; GREENWAY, GRINAWAY, GRINOWAY or GRINNOWAYGREENWOODGREET; GREGORY; GRENNELL; GRICE or GRISE; GRIDLEYGRIFFIN or GRIFFINGGRIFFITH; GRIGGSGRIGSON or GREGSONGRIHME or GRIHMES; GRIMES; GRIMSTONE or GRIMSTED; GRINNELL; GRISWOLDGROOM; GROSSEGROSVENOR; GROTH, if such a name be possib. or misprint. for GROWTH or GRATH; GROUTGROVE; GROVERGROVES; GROW; GRUBB; GRUMAN, GRUMMAN or GROWMANGRUMWELL; GRUNDY; GUERNSEY; GUILD; GUILE; GULL; GULLIFORD, GULLIFER or GULLIVERGULLY; GULTHORP; GUNLITHE; GUNNGUNNISON or GULLISON; GUNTER; GUPPIE, GUPPY or GUPPEY; GURLEYGURNALL; GURNEY; GUSTIN; GUTCH; GUTTERIDGE; GUTTERSON; GUY; GWIN; GYLES

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HABBERFIELD; HACK; HACKER; HACKERBERRY; HACKETT; HACKFORDHACKLINTON or HACKLETON; HACKWELL; HADAWAY; HADBORNE; HADDEN or HADDON; HADLEY; HADLOCK; HADWELLHAFFELL or HAFFIELD; HAFFUT; HAGAR or AGAR; HAGBORNE or HACKBORNEHAGGETT; HAILSTONE; HAIMES; HAINES; HAKES; HALBRIDGE, HALBICH, HOLBRIDGE or HOLBICH; HALEHALEY; HALFORD; HALLHALLAMHALLECK; HALLET, sometimes HOLLET; HALLOWELL, HOLLOWAY, HALLAWAY or HALLOWAY, the name isHALSALL, HANSELL or HALSEY; HALSTEEDHALWORTHY; HAM; HAMANS; HAMBLENHAMBLETON; HAMDEN; HAMES; HAMILTON or HAMBLETONHAMLET; HAMLIN; HAMMANTHAMMATT, HAMOT or HAMMETT; HAMMER; HAMMERSTON; HAMMONDHAMPTON; HAMUCK; HANBURY; HANCOCKHANCOX; HAND; HANDEN; HANDFORTH; HANDS; HANFORD or HANDFORDHANKFORD or HANCFORD; HANMER or HANMORE; HANNADOWN; HANNAH; HANNIFORD or HANNIFALLHANNUM; HANSCOM, HUNSCOM or HANSCOMBE; HANSE or HAUNCE; HANSETT, HANDSETT, HANCHET, HANSHUT, or HANSHETHANSON; HANWELL; HAPGOODHARBERT or HERBERT; HARBOUR; HARCHER; HARCUTT, HARKER or HARKETT; HARD; HARDEN or HARDIN; HARDIER; HARDING or HARDENHARDMANHARDY or HARDIEHARE; HARES; HARGER, HARDGER or HARDYEAR; HARKER; HARKWOOD; HARLAKENDEN; HARLOCK; HARLOWHARLS; HARMAN, HARMON or HERMAN; HARMER; HARNDALE, HORNDEL or HARNDELHARNETT; HARNSON; HARPER; HARRADEN, HARRADIN or HARRENDINE; HARRIMANHARRINGTONHARRISHARRISONHARROD; HARTHARTFORD; HARTLEY; HARTSHORN; HARTUB or HARTOPP; HARTWAYHARTWELL; HARVARD; HARVEYHARWOOD or HARWARDHASELTINE; HASEMAN; HASEY; HASKELL or HASCALLHASKETT; HASKINS or HARSKINS; HASSARD; HASSELL; HASTINGSHATCHHATHAWAY or HADAWAY; HATCHETT; HATHERLYHATHORNE or HAWTHORNE; HATLEYHATSELL; HATWELL; HAUGH; HAUGHTON; HAVEN or HAVENSHAVILAND; HAWESHAWKE, more com. HAWKESHAWKESHURST or HAUXHURST, as he wrote it, or HAWXHURST, as; HAWKESWORTH, often HAUXWORTH; HAWKINSHAWLEYHAWTHORN; HAXIE or HAUKSIE; HAYHAYDEN or HAYDONHAYESHAYFIELD; HAYMAN or HEYMAN; HAYNES or HAINESHAYNOR; HAYWARDHAYWOODHAZARD; HAZEL; HAZELBERRY; HAZELTINE or HAZELTON; HAZENHAZLEWOOD; HEAD; HEALD; HEALEY, HALEY, sometimes on rec. HALE, or HEALE, and HELEHEARDHEARSEY; HEATE or HITTE; HEATHHEATHFIELD or HITHFIELD; HEATONHEDGE; HEDGER; HEDGES; HEDLEY; HEFERMANHEIFOR; HELDRED; HELE; HELMAN; HELME; HELSON; HEMAN; HEMMENWAY or HEMINGWAY; HEMPSTEADHENBURY; HENCHMAN or HINCHMANHENDER; HENDERSON; HENDRICK; HENDY, HANDY or HENDEE; HENFIELD; HENING or HENNEN; HENLEY or HANLEY; HENRICKSON; HENRYHENRYSON; HENSHAW, HINSHAW or HINSHEW; HENSHER or HEINSHER; HEPBURN, HEYPBOURNE, HEBORNE or HEPBOURNE; HERBERT; HERENDEAN, HERNTON or HERNDONHEARNDALE; HERMAN; HERMAYES; HEROD; HERRICKHERRIMAN; HERRING; HERRINGBORNE; HERSEYHESSELDEN; HETHERSAY or HITHERSEA; HETT; HEWESHEWETT; HEWINS, HUEN or HEWENS; HEWLET; HEWSTED; HEYLER or HILER; HEYWOOD; HIBBERT, HIBBARD or HEBARDHIBBINS or HIBBENS; HIBBS; HICHBORN; HICKOCKS, HICOCK or HICKOXHICKSHICKENS; HICKSON; HIDDEN; HIDE; HIGBY; HIGDEN; HIGGINBOTTOM; HIGGINSHIGGINSONHIGLEY; HILAND; HILDRETH, sometimes HILDRICKHILL or HILLSHILLIARDHILLIER, HELYER or HILLER; HILTONHINCKLEY or HINKLEYHINCKES, HINKS or HINCKS; HINCKSON or HINKSMAN; HINDS; HINE; HINMANHINSDALE, HENSDELL or HINDSELL, sometimes ENSDELLHINTON; HIPDECH or HIPDITCH; HIRST; HISKETT; HITCHBORN; HITCHCOCKHITCHEN, HITCHINGS or HICHEN; HOADLY, HOADLEY or HODLEYHOAG; HOARHOBARTHOBBSHOBBYHOBSON; HOCKADAY; HOCKING; HODDY; HODGDON; HODGKIN or HODGKINSHODGESHODGKINSON; HODGMAN; HODSDON, HODSDEN or HODSDIN; HODSON, HODGSON or HODSHONHOGG; HOGGRIDGE or HOGGERIDGE; HOLBEECH, HOLBICH, HOLBIDGE or HOLBRIDGE; HOLBROOKHOLCOMBHOLDEN or HOULDENHOLDER; HOLDRIDGE or HOLDRED; HOLDSWORTH; HOLGRAVE or HALGRAVEHOLLAND or HOLLON; HOLLARDHOLLEY; HOLLIDAY; HOLLIDGE; HOLLIMAN or HOLYMAN; HOLLINGSHEAD; HOLLINGWORTHHOLLIS; HOLLISTERHOLLOWAY or HOLWAY; HOLLY; HOLMANHOLMES or HOMESHOLMSTEAD; HOLSEY; HOLTHOLTON or HOLTENHOLYOKE, sometimes HOLLIOCKEHOMAN; HOME; HOMER; HOMES; HOMWOOD; HONET; HOOD; HOOKEHOOKERHOOLE; HOOPERHOPEWELL; HOPKINSHOPKINSON; HOPPER; HOPPIN; HOPSONHORD; HORN or HORNE; HORNDEN or HORNDALL; HORNER or HAWNER, in Col. Rec; HORNETT; HORRELLHORSLEY; HORT; HORTMAN; HORTON; HORWOOD; HOSFORDHOSIER; HOSKINS; HOSMERHOSSOM or HOSSUM; HOTCHKISS; HOUCHIN, HOUTCHIN, HOWCHEN or HOWCHENESHOUGH or HAUGHHOUGHTON; HOUNSLOW; HOUSEHOUSING; HOUSLEY; HOVEYHOWARDHOWD; HOWEHOWELLHOWEN, HOWING or HOWYN; HOWES; HOWKINS; HOWLANDHOWLETT; HOWMAN; HOYLE; HOYTHUATT; HUBBARDHUBBELL; HUBBS or HUBS; HUCKINS; HUCKLEY; HUDD; HUDDLESTONEHUDDY; HUDSONHUDSHON; HUESTED or HUSTEDHUET or HUITHUFF; HUGGINS; HUGHES; HUGHSON; HULBERT, sometimes HURLBUT, or HULBURDHULLHULLING or HULLINE; HULTON; HUMBER; HUME; HUMFREYHUMMERSTON; HUMPHREY, UMPHRYS or HUMPHRIESHUNGERFORD; HUNKING; HUNKINGS; HUNLOCK or HUNLOKEHUNN; HUNNIWELL, HUNNUEL, HONYWELL or HUNNEWELL; HUNTHUNTER; HUNTINGHUNTINGTONHUNTLEYHUNTON; HUNTRESS; HURD; HURLBUT or HURLBERTHURNDELL; HURRY; HURRYMAN; HURSTHUSE; HUSSEY or HUZZEYHUSTING; HUTCHINS or HUTCHINGS; HUTCHINSONHUTHWITHUTLEY; HUTTON; HUXLY; HUXSTABLE; HYATT; HYDE or HIDESHYLAND

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IBROOK; IDEIGGLEDEN, IGLEDEN or EGGLEDEN; ILES or HILLS; ILSLEYINCE; INDICUTT or INDICOTT; INES, INNES, IYANS or IRONSINGALL or INGALLS; INGASON; INGERSOLL or INKERSALLINGHAM; INGLES or INGLISHINGLISH; INGOLDSBY; INGRAM or INGRAHAM; INGS, or as giv. in Geneal. Reg. II. 253, INGGS; INMANIRELAND; IRESON; IRISHIRONS; ISAAC or ISAACS; ISBELL; ISLIN; ISSAM; IVESIVEY; IVORY; IYANS

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JACKLIN, JACKLENE, JACKLYN or JACKLING; JACKMAN; JACKSONJACOB or JACOBSJAFFREY; JAGGERJAMESJAMESONJANES or JEANES; JANSEN or JANSON; JAQUESJAQUITH; JARRATT; JARVIS; JAY; JECOCKES or JECOXE; JEFFORD; JEFFREY, JEFFRIES or JEFFERYJEFTS or JEFFSJEGGLES, JEGLIS or JIGGLES; JELLETT; JELLICOE; JEMPSON, GIMSON or JEMSON; JENKINS or JENKINJENKSJENNER, GINNER or JENNERS; JENNESS; JENNINGSJENNISONJENNY; JEPSON or JEPHSONJERMON; JERNELL; JESS, JESSE, JOSE or JOYCEJOYCE; JESSON; JESSOP; JEWELLJEWETTJOCELYN; JOHNS; JOHNSONJOHONNOTJONESJORDAN, JOURDAINE or JOURDANJOSEJOSSELYN, JOCELYN, JOSTLIN or JOSLINJOYJOYCE or JOICE; JOYLIFFE; JOYNES; JUDDJUDKIN or JUDKINS; JUDSONJUELL; JUNKINS; JUPE; JUPP

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KATES; KATHERICK; KEAIS; KEATS; KEAYNEKEBY; KEDALL, KEDELL or KEEDELL; KEDEN; KEELER; KEELEY or KEILEY; KEEN or KEANKEENY, KENY or KEENEY; KEEP; KEESE; KERT; KEETCH; KEISAR; KEITHKELLEN, KILLIN or KELLING; KELLOGGKELLOND; KELLYKELSEY; KELSON; KEMBLE; KEMPEKEMPSTER; KEMPTHORNE; KEMPTONKEN; KENDALLKENNARD; KENNEDY; KENNET; KENNICUT; KENNISTON or KINISTON; KENNY or KENNEYKENRICK, KENERICK, oft. KENDRICK; KENTKERLEY, CARSLEY or CARLSLYKESKEYS; KETCHAM; KETTLEKEY; KEYES; KEYSAN or KEZAN; KEYSER, KEAZER or KEASURKIBBY, KIBBE or KIBBEE; KIDBYKIDD; KIDDER; KILBOURN or KILBORNEKILBYKILCUP; KILHAM, KILLAM, KILLUM, KELHAM or KEELUM; KILTON; KIMBALL, sometimes KEMBALLKIMBERLY; KIME; KIMWRIGHT; KINCAID; KIND; KINGKINGMANKINGSBURYKINGSLEY or KINSLEYKINGSNOTH or KINGSWORTH; KINGSMILL; KINNICUT; KINSMAN or KINGSMAN; KIPPEN; KIRBYKIRGE; KIRK; KIRKEETE, KIRKEET or CARKEET; KIRKHAM; KIRKMAN; KIRTLAND or KERTLAND, now commonly KIRKLANDKIRTSHAW; KISKEYES or KESKEYS; KITCHELL; KITCHENKITCHERELL, KETCHERWELL, KETCHERING or KECHERELL, sometimes; KITTREDGE; KNAPPKNEELANDKNELL, KNEALE or KNILL; KNIGHT or KNIGHTSKNOCKER; KNOLLYS; KNOTT; KNOWERKNOWLESKNOWLTONKNOX; KOLDOM; KOSTLO; KOWDALE

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LACOCK; LACY; LADD; LAHORNELAIGHTON or LEIGHTON; LAKELAKEMAN; LAKINLAMBLAMBERT; LAMBERTONLAMBSHEAD; LAMPHEAR; LAMPREY, LAMPHREY, LAMPER or LAMPRELL; LAMSONLANCASTER or LANKASTER; LANCLON; LAND; LANDDIER; LANDER; LANDFEAR or LAMPHEAR; LANDON; LANELANESON; LANFEAR; LANG; LANGBURY; LANGDEN; LANGDONLANGER; LANGFORD; LANGHORNE or LONGEIORNE; LANGLEY; LANGMEAD; LANGSTAFFLANGTON, LANCKTON or LANKTON; LANGWORTH; LAPHAM; LAPTHORNE; LARAN; LARGE; LARGIN; LARKHAMLARKIN; LARRABEELARY; LASKIN; LATCOME; LATHAMLATHROP; LATTIMORE or LATIMER; LATTING, LETTEN or LETTIN; LAUGHTON; LAURENSON; LAURIE; LAVENUKE; LAVERICKLAVERS; LAW; LAWES; LAWRENCELAWSONLAWTON; LAYLAYLAND; LAYTON; LAZELLLEA; LEACHLEADBETTER; LEADERLEAGER, LEGARE or LEGER; LEAMAN; LEAR or LEARE; LEARNED, LARNED or LARNET, sometimes LARNIT, and LERNETLEATHERS; LEAVENWORTH; LEAVER; LEAVITTLE BLONDE; LECHFORD; LECK, LECKE or LEEKE; LEDDRA; LEELEEDS; LEEKLEES; LEETE; LEETHLEFFINGWELL, sometimes in old rec. read LEPPINGWELL, or LAPPINGWELL; LEGAT or LEGGETT; LEGAREE; LEGGE; LEGROVE; LEIGH; LEIGHTON; LEISTER or LISTER; LELANDLELLOCK; LEMON, LEAMOND or LEMONDLENOX; LENTHALL; LENTON; LEONARDLEONARDS; LEONARDSONLESTER; LETHERLAND or LITHERLAND; LETHERMORE; LETTIS or LETTICE; LEVENS or LEAVENSLEVER or LEVAR; LEVERETTLEVERICH, LEVERAGE, LOVERIDGE or LEVERIDGE; LEVETT; LEWISTON; LEWISLEY; LIBBEY; LIDGETT; LIGHT; LIGHTFOOT; LILFORD or LILFORT; LILLYLINCOLNLINDELL, LYNDALL or LINDALELINDON or LYNDON; LINDSAY or LINSEY; LINES, LOINES or LINELING; LINN; LINNELL or LYNNELL, oft. print. LINNETT or LYNNETT; LINSLEY; LINTON; LIPPET or LIPPITLIPPENCOT; LISCOME or LISCOM; LISLE; LISTER; LISTON; LITCHFIELDLITTLE; LITTLEFIELDLITTLEHALE; LIVEENLIVERMORE; LIVINGSTON; LLOYDLOBDELL or LOBDEN; LOCKELOCKHART; LOCKWOODLOFT; LOGEE; LOGYN or LOGAN; LOHUN; LOKER; LOLLENDINE; LOMBARD, LUMBORT or LUMBARTLOMMAKS; LONDON; LONGLONGBOTTOMLONGDON; LONGFELLOW; LONGHORN; LONGLEYLOOK; LOOKER or LUKER; LOOMAN or LOOMER; LOOMIS, LOOMAS, LOOMYS, LOMES, LOMASE, LOOMAX, LUMAXLOPER; LORDLORINGLORPHELIN; LOTHROP, LATHROP, LOTHORP or LOWTHROP, LAWTHROPLOUD or LOWD; LOUDER; LOVE; LOVEJOY; LOVELAND, LOVEMAN or LOVENAMLOVELLLOVERING; LOVETT; LOVEWELLLOW or LOWE; LOWDENLOWDER or LOUDER; LOWELL, ancient. writ. LOWLELOWGIE or LOUGEE; LUCAR; LUCAS; LUCE or LUCY; LUCKIS or LUCKIN; LUDDENLUDDINGTON; LUDECAS or LEUDECOES; LUDKINLUDLOWLUDWELL; LUFKIN; LUGG or LUGGE; LUIN; LUKE; LULL; LUM; LUMBARD, or LUMBART; LUMUS; LUMPKIN; LUNDLUNDALT; LUNERUS; LUNT; LUPTONLUSCOMB; LUSHER; LUSON or LEUSON; LUTHER; LUX; LUXFORDLYALL, LYSLE, LISLE, LIOLL or LOYAL; LYDE; LYE; LYFORDLYMANLYNDELYNN or LYME; LYONLYSCUM or LISCOMLYTHERLAND, LETHERLAND or LITHERLAND

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MABER; MACCALLOM or MAKCALLOM; MACCANE; MACCARTY; MACARTER, MAKARTA, MAGARTA or MECARTA; MAC CLARY or MCCLARYMACCOOME or MACOMB; MACCULLOCK or MCCULLOCK; MACDANIEL or MACDANIEL; MACDOWALL; MACE; MACGINNIS; MACK; MACKANEER; MACKAY; MACKDOWEL; MACKINTOSH; MACKLATHLIN, MACLOTHLIN, MACKLATHIN or MEGLATHLINMACLOUD; MACKMALLEN, MACMILLON or MACKMILLION; MACKMAN; MACOMBER or MACUMBER; MACOONE, MACKOON or MACOUNE; MACTAIN; MACRANNEY; MACKRENEL; MACREST; MACUMMORE; MACWORTHMACY; MADDOCKS, MADDOCK, MATTOCKS or MADDOX; MADERMADIVER; MAGOON, MAGOUN, McGOWN, or MAKOON; MAGSON; MAGVARLOW, MACVARLO or MACFARLO; MAHOONE; MAINE or MAYENMAJOR; MAKEPEACE; MAKREST; MALBON; MALINE or MELLEN; MALINS; MALLARD; MALLORYMALONE or MALOON; MALTBY; MANCHESTER; MANLY; MANNMANNERINGMANNINGMANSFIELDMANSIR, MANSER or MANSUR; MANSON; MANTONMANWARING; MAPES; MARBLE; MARCHMARCHANT; MARDEN; MARE; MARGERUM or MARGORUM; MARGESON; MARGIN; MARINERMARION; MARK or MARKS; MARKHAMMARLO, MORLEY or MARLOW; MARRETTMARRIOTT; MARSHMARSHALLMARSHCROFT, MASHCROFT or MASCROFT; MARSHFIELDMARSTONMARTINMARTYN; MARTUGAL; MARVINMASCALL, MASCOL or MASKELLMASONMASSEY; MASSILOWAY; MASSON; MASTERSMASTERSON; MATHERMATSONMATTHEWSMATTHEWSON; MATTOCKS; MATTOONMAUDE; MAUDSLEYMAULE or MAULD; MAURY; MAVERICKMAWER; MAWNEY; MAWRY, MOURIE, MOREY or MOWRY; MAXCY; MAXFIELDMAXSON, MAXON or MAGGSON; MAXWELL; MAYMAYBEE; MAYER; MAYFIELD; MAYHEWMAYNARDMAYNE, or MAYEN; MAYOMAYSANT; MAZURE or MAZURYE; MCDONALD; MCDOUGALL; MCEWEN or MEKEUNE, MCCUNE, or MECUNEMEACHAM; MEADE, MEADES or MEDEMEADER; MEADOWS; MEAKINS or MEEKINSMEANE or MEANS; MEARSMEASURE or MASUER; MECARTER or MACARTY; MECOCK, MEACOCK, MAYCOCK or MECOKE; MEDBURY; MEECH; MEEK; MEEKER, MECAR or MEAKER; MEER or MEERS; MEGAPOLENSIS; MEGDANIEL; MEIGGSMELBY; MELCHER; MELLEN, MELIN, MELLING, or other varMELLOWS or MELLHOUSE; MELVILLE; MELVIN; MELYNE, MELYENE or MALINEMENDAM, MENDALL or MENDON; MENDLOVE; MENTOR; MEPHAM, MAPHAM or MIPHAM; MERCER; MERCHANT or MARCHANTMEEREDITH; MERIAMMERING; MERLAN; MERRELLS; MERRICKMERRILL, or MERRILLS; MERRIFIELD; MERRIMANMERRITT; MERROW or MERO; MERRYMERREYFIELD; MERWIN; MESSER; MESSINGERMETCALF, frequently MEDCALF, in early recMETHUPMEW; MICO; MIDDLEBROOK; MIDDLECOTT; MIDDLETON; MIGHILLMILBURNE; MILBURY or MILLBURY; MILDMAY; MILESMILK or MILKE; MILLARD; MILLERMILLERD, MILLARD or MILWARD; MILLETMILLING; MILLINGTON; MILLSMILNER; MILOM; MILTON GEORGE MILWARD; MINARD; MINGAY; MINGO; MINOR or MINERMINORD; MINOTMINTER; MIRABLE; MIRIAM; MIRICK or MYRICKMITCHELLMITCHELSON, oftener MICHELSON or MITCHENSON (as the vulgarMITTEN; MIX or MEEKSMIXER, oft. call. MixterMODESLY; MOGER; MOHONAS; MOISES; MOKUM; MOLT; MONK; MONTAGUE or MONTAGUEMOODIEMOONE; MOORCOCK or MORECOCK; MOORE or MOREMOORES; MORE; MOREHOUSE or MOOREHOUSE; MORFIELD or MOORFIELDMORELL; MOREY; MORGANMORLEYMORRALL; MORRILMORRISMORRISON; MORSEMORTIMER, MORTIMORE or MALTIMOREMORTONMOSELEY; MOSESMOSIER or MOSHIER; MOSMAN; MOSSMOTT; MOULD; MOULDER; MOULTHROP or MOULTROPMOULTONMOUNTAIN; MOUNTFORT, MUNFORD or MUMFORDMOUNTJOY; MOUSALLMOUSSETT; MOWER; MOWRY; MOXONMOYSE; MUDDLE or MUDDLES; MUDGE; MUDGET; MULFORD; MULLIGAN, MULLEGIN or MULLEKINMULLERY; MULLINER; MULLINS or MOLINES; MUMFORDMUN or MUNN; MUNDAY or MONDAY; MUNDEN; MUNGERMUNJOY or MUNGY; MUNNINGS or MULLINGSMUNROE or MONROEMUNSON or MONSON; MUNT or MOUNT; MURDOCK; MURPHY; MURRYMUSGROVE; MUSHAMORE; MUSSELWHITE; MUSSEEY or MUZZEY; MUSSILLOWAY; MUSTE; MYCALLMYGATE, MYGATT, sometimes MAYGOTT or MEGGOTT; MYLAM or MILOM; MYLESMYRICK

N

NALY; NANEY or NANNY; NARRAMORE; NASHNASON; NAYLOR; NAZITER; NEALNEAVE; NEEDHAMNEFF; NEGUS, NEGOS or NEGOOSNEIGHBORS or NABORS; NELSONNEST; NETHERLAND; NETTLETON; NEVERS; NEVINSON; NEWBERRYNEWBY; NEWCOMB or NEWCOMBE; NEWCOMEN; NEWELLNEWGATE or NEWDIGATENEWGROVE; NEWHALLNEWLAND; NEWMANNEWMARCH; NEWPORT; NEWTONNICHOLET; NICHOLSNICHOLSON; NICK or NECKNICKERSON; NICKISON; NICHOLSON; NIGHTINGALE; NILESNIMS; NIXON or NICKSON; NOAKES or NOAKE; NOBLENOCK; NODDLE; NORCROSSNORCUT or NORCOTT; NORDENNORMAN; NORRISNORTH; NORTHAM; NORTHCUT; NORTHENDNORTHEY; NORTHROP, NORTHRUP, NORTROP or NORTHUP; NORTONNORWICH; NORWOOD; NOSEWORTHY; NOTTNOWELLNOYES, NOYCE or NOISENUDD; NUNNNURSE; NUTBROWNE; NUTENUTT; NUTTER; NUTTING; NYE

O

OAKESOAKLEY; OAKMAN; OATES; OBBINSON; OBER; OCKINGTON or OKINGTON; ODELL or ODLE; ODERIC; ODIORNEODLIN, ODLYN, original. AUDLEY, or AUDLIN; OFFITTOFFLEY; OFIELD; OGDEN; OGLEBY; OKEY; OLCOTTOLD; OLDAGE, OLDIGE, OLDRIDGE or OLDERIGE; OLDEN; OLDFIELDS; OLDHAMOLIN; OLIVEROLMSTEADOLNEYOLT; OLVERTON; ONGE; ONION; ONTHANK; ORCHARD; ORCUTTORDWAY; ORMES; ORMSBY, ORMSBEEORNE; ORRIS, ORIS or ORRICE; ORTONORVIS; OSBORN, OSBOURN or OSBURNOSGOODOSIER or OSYER; OSLANDOTIS or OTTISOTLEY; OTWAY; OVELL; OVERMAN; OVERTON; OVIAT or OVIETTOWDIE; OWEN; OXENBRIDGEOXMAN

P

PABODIE; PACEY or PACYE; PACKARD; PACKERPADDLEFORD, PADELFORD, sometimes PADDLEFOOT; PADDOCK; PADDYPADNER; PAFFLYN; PAGEPAIGE; PAINEPAINTERPALFREY, PALFERY, PALFRY or PALFRAY; PALGRAVEPALMERPALMERLY; PALMESPALMETER; PANNLY; PANTON; PANTRY or PANTREE; PAPILLIANS or PALILLON; PARD; PARDEEPARDON; PARENTS; PARISPARISH; PARKE or PARKSPARKSPARKERPARKHURST; PARKINSON; PARKMANPARMELLEE; PARMENTER, often in old rec. PARMITERPARNELL; PARRPARRPARROTT, PAROTE or PARRETT; PARRY; PARSONSPARTHRIDGEPARUM; PARY, PARRY; PASCO; PASMORE, PASMER, or PASMEREPASSAM, PASSANT or PASSON; PATCHPATCHIN or PATCHING; PATEFIELD or PEATFIELD; PATERSHALL, PATTERSHALL or PADDESHALL; PATIE; PATRICK; PATTENPATTERSON or PATTISONPAUL; PAYBODY; PAYNE; PAYSONPAYTON; PEABODY, PAYBODY or PABODIEPRAYPEAKE; PEAKEN; PEALE; PEAPES; PEARCE; PEARD; PEARSHALLPEARSONPEASEPEASLEE; PEAT; PECKPECKERPECKHAM, OR PECKUM; PECKIT; PEDINGTON; PEDRICK; PEEK; PELHAMPELL; PETTLET, OR PELLATE; PELTONPEMBER; PERMBERTON; PEMBROKE; PENDALLPENDLETON; PENFIELD; PENGILLY; PENHALLOWPENINGTON; PENLEY; PENNPENN; PENNELL; PENNIMANPENNINGTON; PENNY; PENOYER or PENNYERPENTICUS; PENTLAND; PENWELL or PENEWELL; PEPPERPEPPERELLPEPYS; PERCIVAL, PASSEVIL, PASSAVIL or PARCYFULL, and in Col. Rec; PERCY, PEERCE, PIERCY or PERCIE; PERHAM, PERRUM or PERAMPERAM; PERIGOPERIT; PERKINSPERLEY; PERMET; PERRIMANPERRIN, PERRAN or PERING; PERRY or PURYPERSON; PERWIDGE or PERWYDGE; PESTER or PESTOR; PETCOCK; PETERSPETERSON; PETTIFORD, PETFORD or PITTFORD; PETTELL; PETTIBONE; PETTENGELL or PATTINGGELLPETTES or PETTIT; PETTS; PETTY or PETTEE; PETYGOOD or PETGOOD; PEVERLY; PHELPSPHENIX; PHESE or PHESEY; PHILBRICK or PHILBROOK, sometimes FILBRICKPHILLIPSPHILPOT; PHINNEY, FINNEY or FENNYEPHIPPEN, FITZPEN, FIPPEN, FIPPENNY, or PHIPPENNEYPHIPSPICKARD; PICKE; PICKERAM or PICKRAM; PICKERINGPICKES; PICKETPICKLES; PICKMAN, oft. writ. PITMAN, as soundPICKTON; PICKWORTHPID; PIDDELL; PIDCOCK or PIDCOKE; PIDGE; PIERCE, PEARSE, PEARS, PEIRSE or PEARCEPIERPONTPIERSON, PEARSON, PORSUNE or PERSONPIGG, PIDGE or PIGGE; PIGDEN; PIGGOT; PIGHOGG; PIGROM; PIKEPILE; PILLING or PILLEN; PILSBURY; PIMORE; PINCKNEYPINDAR, PINDER, PYNDER or PINTER; PINGRY, PINGREW, PINGREE or PENGRY; PINTON; PINKHAM; PINNEY, PYNNYPINSON, PINCHIN, or PINCIN; PIPERPIPON; PITCHER; PITHOUSE; PITKINPITMAN, oft. PITNAMPITNEY; PITTPITT; PITTEE, PITTY or PITTEY; PITTICE; PITTSPITTUMS or PITTOMS; PIXLEY; PLACE, sometimes PLAISEPLAISTED or PLAYSTEAD; PLANE or PLAIN; PLASTOW; PLATTPLATTS; PLAYES; PLIMPTON; PLOTT; PLUMBE or PLUMPLUMLY; PLUMMERPLYMPTON, PLIMPTONPOCHER; POCOCK; POD; POLE; POLLARDPOLLEN or POLAND; POLLY or POLLEY; POMEROY, POMROY, PUMMEY or PUMRYPOMFRET; PONDPONDER; PONTON or PONTINGPONTUS; POOLE, POOL or POLEPOOR or POOREPOPEPORTAGE; PORTERPORTIS or PORTOUS; PORTMORT, PORMONT, PURMONT or PERMONTPOSTPOSTER; POTTERPOTTS; POTUM (if this be a possible name); POULTERPOUND; POUT or POAT; POW; POWELLPOWERPOWES; POWNING or POUNDING; POWSLAND, POWSLEY, POWLAND, POWLLEN, POUSLAND, POUSLIN; PRANCE; PRATTPREBLE; PRENCEPRENTICEPRESBURY; PRESCOTTPRESSIE; PRESTONPRETIOUS or PRETIOS; PRICERICHARD or PRITCHARDPRIDE; PRIESTPRIME; PRIMIDAYS; PRINCEPRINDLE; PRINGLE; PRINGRYDAYS, or PRIMIDAYES, as giv. in Geneal. Reg. IX. 87, or; PRIOR or PRYORPROCTORPROSSER; PROUSE; PROUTPROUTY; PROVENDER; PRUDDENPUDEATER; PUDINGTON or PUDDINGTON; PUDNEY; PUFFER or POFFERPULLMAN; PULSIFER; PUNCHARD; PUNDERSN or PONDERSONPURCHAS or PURKASPURDY; PURLPE; PURRINGTON; PURRYER; PURY; PUTNAM or PUTMANPYGAN, PYGON, PIGGIN or PIGGON; PYNCHON or PINCHEONPYNE

Q

QUARLESQUELCH; QUELVES; QUICK; QUIDDINGTON; QUILTER; QUIMBY or QUINBYQUINCYQUING or QUIN; QUOITMORE

R

RABBEY or RABBE; RABUN or RABONE; RADDEN; RAGLANDRAINES or RAYNES; RICHARD; RAINSBORROW; RAINSFORD, oft. RANSFORDRAM; RAMACKE; RAMSDELL or RAMSDEN; RAMSDEN; RAMSEY; RANCE; RANDRANDALLRANDOLPH; RANGER; RANKIN; RANNEYRANSOM; RAPER; RASHLEY; RASOR; RATCHELL or RACHELL; RATCLIFF or RATLIFFERATHBON; RATSTOCK; RAVENSCROFT; RAVENSDALE; RAWBORNE; RAWLINS, RAWLINGS or ROLLINSRAWLINSON; RAWSONRAY or REAREA; RAYMOND, perhaps oft. RAYMENTRAYN or RAYNES; RAYNER or REYNERRAYNGER; REA; READ or REEDREADER; REAPE; RECORD; REDDING, RIDDAN or READINGREDDOCK; REDFIELD or REDFIN; REDFORD; REDIAT, RIDIAT or RADYATE; REDINGTON; REDKNAP or REDNAPEREDMAN; REDWAY, REDWEY, READAWAY or REDDAWAY; REEVE or REEVESREGION; REITH; RELPH, RALPH or RELFRELF; REMICK; REMIGTON or RIMMINGTONRENDALL; REVELLREW; REX; REYNER; REYNOLDS, RENOLD or RENOLDSRHODES, ROADS or RHOADSRICERICH; RICHARDSRICHARDSON, RICHASON or RICHESON often in old recRICHBELL or RIZBELL; RICHELLS, RITCHELL or RICHAL; RICHMOND; RICHARD or RICKER or RICKETRICKETSON; RICKMAN; RIDDAN or RIDDAINE; RIDERRIDGDALE or RIGDALE; RIDGE; RIDGEWAY or RIDGAWAY; RIDLAND; RIDLEY; RIFF; RIGBY; RIGGSRIGHT; RIGMAN; RILEY; RINDGE; RINGRIPLEY; RISCRRAFT; RISDEN; RISHWORTHRISING; RISLEY, RISLA, RYSLEY, RIZLEY or RISSLY; RIST; RITH or RIETH; RIXROACH; ROANES or ROBERT; ROATH; ROBBINSROBERTSROBERTSON; ROBIE or ROBYROBINSONROCK; ROCKETTROCKWELLROCKWOOD; RODGERS; RODMANROE; ROGERSROISE or ROYCEROLESTONE, ROWLSTONE or ROULSTONE; ROLFEROLLO; ROLLOCK; ROMANRONALLS; ROODROOD; ROOKER; ROOKMAN; ROOME or ROMEROME; ROOTROOTROOTEN or ROWTON; ROPERROPES; ROSEROSS; ROSSETER or ROCHESTERROSWELL or ROSEWELLROTHERFORD, RUDDERFORD or RUTHERFORD; ROUNDY, ROUNDEE or ROUNDAY; ROUS, ROUSE or ROWSEROWSEROWDEN; ROWEROWELL; ROWLAND; ROWLARDSONROWLE; ROWLEYROWTON; ROY; ROYAL or RYALLROYCE; ROYLE; RUCKRUCK; RUDDRUDDOCK or RUDDYK; RUELRUEL; RUGGRUGGRUGGLESRUM; RUMBALL; RUMRILL, RUMERELL or RUMMERELL; RUMSEY or RUMSIE; RUNDLE; RUNDLET, RUNLET or RANLETRUSCO, RESKIE, RESKOE or RESCUE; RUSH; RUSHMORE; RUSS; RUSSELLRUST; RUTH; RUTHERFORD, or RUDDERFORD; RUTTERRUTTY; RYALL; RYDEAT; RYLAND

S

SABINSABLE or SABLES; SACKETSADD; SADLER; SAFFERY; SAFFIN or SAFFYNSAFFORD; SAGE; SALE, SEALE or SAILESALISBURY; SALLOWS; SALLS; SALLY or SALLEESALMON, SALMONDS or SAMMON; SALTERSALTONSTALLSAMFIELD; SAMPSONSAMS or SAMMESSAMUEL; SAMWAYS, SAMWAYES, SAMOIS or SAMWIS; SANBORN, ancient. SAMBORNESANBROOKE; SANDERBANT; SANDON or SANDERS; SANDS or SANDES; SANDY or SANDIE, sometims SAND; SANDYS; SANFORD, oft. SAMFORD, or SANDFORDSANGERSANKEYS; SARSOM; SARGENT, SEARGEANT, SARGEANT, SERGENT or SERJENTSATCHELL, SATCHWELL, or SETCHELL; SATTERLY or SHATTERLY; SAULE; SAUNDERSSAUNDERSONSAVAGESAVIL, SAVEL, SAVILS or SAVALLSSAVORY, SAVORIE or SAVARYSAWDY; SAWIN; SAWKYN; SAWTELL, SARTELL, SATTELL. or SAUTELLSAWYERSAXTON or SEXTONSAYER, SAYERS or SAYRESAYLE or SAYLES; SAYWARD or SAYWORD; SAYWELL; SCADDING; SCADLOCKSCALES; SCAMMON, SCAMMAN or SCAMMOND; SCAMP; SCANT; SCARBOROUGH or SCARBARROWSCARLET; SCATE; SCATHE; SCHRICK; SCILIAN; SCOFIELD, SCOVIL, SCOVEL, SCHOFEL or SKOFIELDSCOLLEY or SCHOLLEY; SCOON or SCONE; SCOTCHFORD; SCOTTSCOTTOW or SCOTTAWAYSCOVIL, SCOVALL, SCOVEL or SCOVELLSCRANTON; SCRIBNER or SCRIVENER; SCRIPTURE; SCRIVEN, SCREVEN, SCRIEVEN or SCRIVINESCROOP; SCRUGGSSCUDDER; SCULLARD or SKULLARD; SEABORN; SEABROOK; SEABURYSEAGER, SEEGER or SEGER; SEAILES; SEALE; SEALIS or SELLICE(asSEAMAN; SEARCH; SEARLESEARS; SEVERSEAVERNS, SEAVERN or SEABORN; SEAVY; SEBBORN, SIBBORNE, SEBORNE or SEABORN; SECCOMBSEDGWICKSEDLEY; SEELEYSEKER or SECKER; SELDEN or SELDON; SELLAN or SELLEN; SELLOCK, SELLICK, SILIECK or SELLECKSELMAN; SEMOND; SENDALL; SENDEN; SENNOT; SENSION, SENTION, SENCHION or ST. JOHNSENTER; SESSIONS; SEVER; SEVERANCE, oft. writ. SEVERNS, as soundSEWALL or SEWELL, or SEAWELLSEWARD; SEXTON; SEYLESEYMOR, SEIMOR, SEAMOR or SEAMER; SHACKFORD or SCACKFORTH; SHADDUCK or CHADDOCK; SHAFLINSHAKESPEAR; SHALER, SHALLOR, SHALIER, SHAILER, SHAYLER or SHALLER; SHANNON; SHAPLEIGH, spell. sometimes as sound. SHARPLEY, more oft. SHAPLEYSHARPSHARSWOOD; SHATSWELL, SHOTSWELL, SATCHELL or SATCHELLS; SHATTON; SHATTUCKSHAVELIN; SHAWSHAWSON; SHEAFFESHEARER; SHEARMAN; SHEARS or SHEERES; SHEATHER; SHEDSHEDER; SHEFFIELDSHELDON or SHELDENSHELLEY; SHELSTONE; SHELTON; SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD or SHEPHERDSHEPARDSON; SHEPLEY or SHIPLEY; SHEPWAY or SHIPWAY; SHERBURNESHERIN; SHERLOCK; SHERMANSHERRITT, SHARRATT, SHEROTT or SHERROT; SHERWIN; SHERWINGTON or SHERRINGTON; SHERWOOD; SHESTELL or SHESTEN; SHETHER, SHEATHER or SHEDAR; SHILLINGSWORTHSHINE; SHIPLEY; SHIPMAN; SHIPPEN; SHIPPEY, SHEPPY or SHIPPIESHIPWAY; SHOOTER; SHORE; SHOREBORNE; SHORTSHORTHOSE, SHORTHUS or SHORTUS; SHORTRIDGE or SHORTRIGGS; SHOTTEN or SHATTON; SHOVESHREVE or SHERIVE; SHRIMPTONSHURD; SHERTLIFF, SHIRTLEY or SHETLE; SHUTESHUTER or SHOOTER; SIBBORNE; SIBLEY, SEBLEY or SYBLEYSICKLERDAM; SIDALL; SIGOURNEY, SIGOURNAY, SEGOURNE or SIGOURNIESIGSWORTH; SIKES, SYCKES or SYKESSIKY; SILL, SYLL or SCILLSILLIIAM; SILLIS; SILLIVANT or SELEVANTSILSBEE, oft. SILSBY; SILVER; SILVERWOOD; SILVESTER, or more, properly, SYLVESTERSIMMONS, SYMONS, SIMONES or SYMONDSONSIMPKINS; SIMSON, SYMSON or SIMPSON; SINCLAIR, ST. CLAIR, or SINKLERSINGLETARY or SINGLETERY; SINNET, SENNOT or SENNITT; SISSONSIVERNS; SKATE; SKEATH; SKEEL; SKEETH; SKELLING; SKELTONSKERRY; SKIDMORE or SKIDMERSKIFF; SKILLING, SKILLIN or SKILLINGS; SKILLINGER or STILLINGER; SKINNERSKIPPER or SKEPPAR; SKOULING; SKULLARD; SLACK; SLADE; SLAPUM; SLATER; SLAUGHTER; SLAWSONSLEEPER; SLEY or SLYE; SLINNINGS; SLOCUM or SLOCOME; SLOMAN, SLUMAN or SLOWMAN; SLOPER; SLOUGH, SLOW or SLOFFSLOWE; SMALL; SMALLEY; SMALLIDGE or SMALLEDGE; STUART; SMEAD, SMEED or SMEDSMEDSMEDLEY, SMEADLY or SMEEDLY; SMIKING; SMITHSNAWSELL; SNELL; SNELLING; SNOOKESNOWSNUFFENE; SOLART or SALART; SOLEY or SOLLY; SOLLENDEN or SALINDINE; SOMERBYSOMERS; SOMES; SOPER; SOULE, SOLE or SOULSOUTH; SOUTHCOATE or SOUTHCOT; SOUTHER, SOUTER or SOWTHER; SOUTHMEAD or SOUTHMAYDSOUTHWELL; SOUTHWICKSOUTHWORTHSOWDEN; SOWELL; SPARHAWK or SPARROWHAWKSPARK or SPARKS; SPARRELL; SPARROW; SPAULDING, SPAULDEN, SPOLDEN, SPARLDEN or SPALDENSPAULE, SPOWELL or SPAUL; SPEARSPENCER or SPENSERSPENNING or SPINNING, in earliest rec. SPINAGE; SPERRYSPICER; SPRICK or SPECK; SPIGHT; SPINKE, or SPINK; SPINNEY; SPOFFORD or SPAFFORD; SPOORE; SPOONERSPOWELL; SPRAGUESPRINGSPRINGFIELD; SPROAT; SPURR; SPYERS; SQUIRE or SQUIERSTRACKHOUSE; STACY, STACE, STACIE or STACEYSTAFFORD; STAGPOLE; STAINESSTAINWOOD, or STAINEWOOD; STAIRES; STAILLION; STAMFORD; STANBURY, STANBERRY or STANBOROUGH; STANCLIFFE; STANDISHSTANDLAKE; STANDY; STANFORD; STANHOPE, STANAPE or STANUP; STANIELL, STANIARD or STONIARD; STANIFORD or STANIFORTH; STANLEY, or STANDLEYSTANNARD or STANARD; STANNION; STANTLEY; STANTONSTANWOOD or STANINWOODSTANYAN, STANNYAN, STANIAN or STANION; STAPLES or STAPLESTAPLETON; STAR or STARRSTARBOARD or STARBIRD; STARBUCKSTARKE or START; STARKEY; STARKWEATHERSTARLING or STERLING; START; STAWERS; STEARNSSTEBBINS, STEBBIN or STEBBING, in early rec. oft. STIBBIN, STEBBONSSTEDMAN, ancient. STUDMANSTEDWELL, STUDWELL or STEADWELL; STEELESTEERE; STENT, or STINTSTEPHENS; STEPHENSON; STEPNEYSTERRY; STERTT, perhaps STERITT; STETSON, STITSON, STUDSON, STEDSON or STUTSONSTEVENSSTEVENSON; STEWART or STEWARD, oft. STUARTSTICKNEY or STICKNEESTILEMAN or STYLEMANSTILES or STYLESROBERTSTILLMAN; STILLWELL or STILWELL; STILSON; STIMPSON or STIMSONSTINT; STIRK; STOCKBRIDGESTOCKER; STOCKIN, STOCKEN or STOCKINGSTOCKMAN; STOCKTON; STOCKWELL; STODDARDSTODDERSTOKES; STONARD, STONNARD or STONHARD; STONESTONHILL; STORERSTORES, in mod. times STORRS; STORKE; STORYSTOTT; STOUGHTONSTOVER or STOVARD; STOWSTOWELL; STOWERS or STOWERSTRAIGHT or STRAITE; STRAINE or STRAINER; STRANGE; STRANGUAGE or STRANGEWAYS; STRATTONSTREAME, STREME or STERTE; STREETSTREETER; STRETCHER; STRETTONSTRICKLAND or STICKLAND; STRIKER; STRONGSTROUD; STUART; STUBBS; STUCKEY, once only writ. STOCKEYSTUDLEY; STUKELEY; STURGIS or STURGES; STURTEVANT or STURDEVANTSTUTCH; STYCHE; SUCKLING or SUCKLIN; SUMERTON; SUMMERS; SUMNERSUNDERLAND, SUNDERLINE or SYNDERLANDSUSSELL; SUTHERLAND; SUTLIFFE; SUTTONSWADDON; SWADOCK; SWAIN, SWAYNE or SWAINE, sometimes SWEYENSWALLOW; SWAN or SWANNSWARTON; SWASEY, SWAZEY, SWAYSYSWATMAN; SWELUS; SWEET, SWAITE or SWEETESWEETMAN, SWETMAN or SWETNAM; SWEETSER or SWITZER; SWETLAND or SWEETLAND; SWETTSWIFTSWILLAWAY or SWILIOWAY; SWINERTON, SWIMERTON or SWANNERTON; SWYNDEN or SWINDEN; SYSLIE; SYKES; SYLVESTER; SYMMESSYMONDS

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TAFFE; TAINER or TAINNER; TAINTOR, TAYNTOR or TAINTERTALBOTTALBY or TOLBY; TALCOTT, TAILCOAT, TAYLCOAT, or other varTALLEY, TOLLEY or TAULLEY; TALMADGE or TALMAGE; TALMAN or TALLMANTANKERSLY; TANNER; TAPLEY; TAPP; TAPPAN, TAPIN, TAPPIN, TOPPING, TOPAN or TAPPINGTAPPER; TARBELL, TARBOLE or TARBALLTARBOX; TARE; TARLTONTARNE, TERNEY or TARNEY; TARR; TARTTASKER or TASKET; TATENHAM; TATMAN or TOTMAN; TAUNTON; TAWLEY; TAY or TOYTAYLOR, TAYLOUR or TAILERTEAD, TEED or TEDTEDTEAKE; TEFFE; TELL; TEMPLAR, TEMPLE or TEMPLERTENCH; TENNEY or TENNYTEREBERRY; TERHAM or TURHAM; TERRILL or TURRALL; TERRYTETHERLY; TEW; TEWKSBURY, TEWXBERRY, TUKSBERY or TUXBURY; THACHER or THATCHERTHARPE; THASK; THAXTERTHAYERTHEALE, THELE, THEELE or THALETHING; THISTLE or THISSELL; THOM; THOMASTHOMPSON, TOMSON, THOMSON or TOMPSONTHORNCOMB; THORNDIKE; THORNDONTHORNE; THORNELL; THORNICOAST; THORNTONTHORPE; THRALLTHRASHER or THRESHER; THREENEEDLES; THROCKMORTON or THROGMORTON; THROOP; THROPP; THROWTHURBER; THURLO, THURLA, THURRELL, THORLA or THORLEYTHURSTON or THIRSTONTHURTON; THWAITSTHWING; TIBBALSTIBBETS, TYBBOT or TEBBETSTICHENOR; TICKNALL; TICKNOR, or anciently, TICKNER; TIDD; TIDMARSH; TIFF, TIFT or TEFFE; TIFFANYTIFFT; TILDENTILESTONE or TILSTON; TILL or TYLLS; TILLEYTILLINGHASTTILLOTSON; TILLMAN; TILSON; TILTONTIMBERLAKE; TIMMINS; TINGLEY or TINGLE; TINKERTINKHAM; TINNEY; TIPPETT; TIPPING or TIPPEN; TIRRELL, TURREL, TYRRELL, TERRALL or THURRILLTISDALE; TITCOMB or TITCOMETITE; TITERTON, TITTERTON or TYTTERTON; TITUSTOBEY; TODD; TOE; TOKER or TOKERS; TOLLTOLMAN; TOMLINSON; TOMLYNS, THOMLINS or TOMLINSTOMPKINSTOMPSON; TONGUE; TONY; TOOGOOD, TOWGOOD or TWOGOOD; TOOKEY or TUKEY; TOOLLY, TOLLY or TOOLEY; TOOTHACKER, TOOTHACRE or TOOTHAKER; TOPLIFFETOPPAN, or TOPPING; TORREY or TORIETOTENHAMTOTMAN; TOUCHWILL; TOUNG or TONG; TOURTELLOT or TOURTELOT; TOUSLAND, TOUSLEY, TOWSE or TOUSEY; TOUTE; TOUTONTOWER or TOWERS; TOWLE, TOWEL, TOALE, TOLE, TOLL, TOULE or TOWELL; TOWNETOWNSENDTOWSLY; TOWSON; TOY; TOZER, TOSIER or TOZIER; TRACEYTRAFTON; TRAIN; TRAPPTRARICE; TRASKTRAUL, THRALL or TRALL; TRAVELL; TRAVERS or TRAVISTREADWAY, TREDWAY or TREADAWAYTREADWELL; TREATTREBY, TREBIE or TRIBBY; TREE; TREFETHEN; TREFREY, TREFREY, TURFREY or TURFREE; TRELAWNEY; TRENTHAM or TRENTUMTRARICE, TRERICE, TRERISE. TREYRICE, TREREISE or TREROICE; TRESCOTT; TRESLER or TRUSLER; TRESWELL; TREVETT, TREVY or TRIVITT; TREVORE or TREVOURTREWORGYE, TRUEWORGIE or TREWORTHY; TRIANS; TRICK; TRICKEY or TRICKETTEPHRAIM; TRILL; TRIMMINGS; TRINER; TRIPPTRISTRAM or TRUSTRUM; TROOP; TROTMAN; TROTTTROTTER; TROUT; TROW; TROWBRIDGETRUANT or TROUANT; TRUETRUESDALE, TRUSDELL, TREWSDALE TREUSDALE or TRUESDALL; TRULL; TRUMANTRUMBULL, TRUMBALL, TRUMBOLL, TRUMBLE, TRUMBELL or TRUMMELLTRUSTRUM; TRY or TRAY; TUBBS; TUCKE or TEWKTUCKERTUCKERMAN; TUCKEY; TUDORTUELLS; TUFTSTULLER; TULLYTUPPER; TURBAT or TUEBUTT; TURBEFIEELD; TURELLTURFRY or TURFREEE; TURNERTURNEY; TURPIN; TURVILLTUTTLE, TUTTEL, or TUTHILLTWELVES, TUELLS or TWELLS; TWIDE; TWINING; TWISDWDEN, TWISDALE or TWISDALLTWITCHELL, TUCHILL or TWITCHWELL; TWOMBLY or TWAMBLY; TYBBOT; TYDD; TYLEY or TYLEE; TYLERTYNGTYRRELL; TYSON

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UFFORD, UFFOOTE, or UFFIT; UMPHERVILE, UMBERFIELD, HEMPEHREVILLE, UMFREVILLE; UNDERHILLUNTHANK; UPDIKE; UPHAMUPSHALL or UPSALLUPSON, by vulgar spell. UPSUM, conform. to sound; UPTON; URANN, URAN or URIN; URING or YOURING; USHERUSSELLUSSELTON; UTTING; UTTLEY; UXLEY

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VALE, VAIL or VAYL; VALENTINE; VALLACK; VANDENBOSK; VANEVANGOODENHAUSEN; VARLEET, VARLETH or VARLETTVARNEYVARNUM; VASSALLVAUGHN, VAHAN or VAHENVAULSTONE or VALSTON; VEAZEY, VESEY, VEESIE or VEAZIE; VENN; VENNERVENTRIS, VENTERUS or VENETROOS; VERDEN; VERE, VEARE or VIERVIER; VERGOOSE; VERIN, VEREN or VERINGVEREMAES or VERMAYESVERNON; VERYVICARS, VICKERS or VICARY; VIGERS or VIGARS; VINAL; VINCENTVINE; VINES; VINING; VINSONVINTON; VOXEN; VOBEZ; VODEN, VOEDEN, VORDEN or VOUDENVORE or VOAR; VOSE; VOWLES, VOULS or VOWELLS; VYALL, VIOL or VIALL

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WACOMBE or WACKHAM; WADDELL or WODEL; WADDOCK; WADEWADFIELD; WADLILOVE; WADLAND or WADLEN; WADLEIGHT, WADLEY, WADELY, WADLAW, WADLEE or WADLOW; WADOM, WADAMS or WADOMS; WADSWORTHWAINWRIGHTWAITE, WAIT or WAIGHTWAKE; WAKEFIELDWAKEHAM or WAKCOME; WAKELY, WAKLEE or WAKELINWAKELING; WAKEMAN or WAKMANWALCOT, WALLCOT, WALCUT or WALCOTT; WALDENWALDRO; WALDRON, WALDREN, WALDERNE or WALRONDWALES; WALLFORDWALKELY; WALKERWALKLEY; WALKUP; WALL; WALLACE; WALLEN, WALLING or WALINEWALLER; WALLEYWILLINGFORD or WALLINSFORD; WALLINGTON; WALLIS or WALLACEWALSALL or WALSHALL; WALSBY or WALSBEE; WALSINGHAM; WALSTON or WALSTONEWALTER or WALTERS; WALTERSWALTHAM; WALTONWALVER; WALWIN; WALWORTH; WAMPAS; WANDELL; WANNERTONWANTON; WAPLES, WHAPPLES or WHAPLES; WARDWARDALL, WARDHALL, WERDALL, WARDEL, WOODEL, or WARDELLWAREWARFIELD; WARHAMWARNERWARRWARRENWARRINER or WARRENERWARWICK or WARRICK; WASHBURN or WASHBORNEWASS or WASSE; WASSON or WASON; WASTALL, WESTALL. or WASSTOLL; WATERBURYWATERHOUSE, oft. WATERUS; WATERMANWATERSWATHEN or WATHIN; WATKINS; WATSONWATTLES or WATTLLS; WATTSWAUGH; WAYWAYMOUTH; WEADEN; WEAREWEATHERHEAD or WITHEREHEAD; WEATHERS; WAVERWEBBWEBBERWEBSTERWEDGEWOOD; WEEBON; WEEDWEEDEN; WEEDER; WEEKSWEIGHT; WEIGHTMAN or WIGHTMAN; WEILLUST, or WILLUST, JOST, or JOIST; WEIMOUTH; WELLY; WELCHWELCOMEWELD or WELDEWELDEN; WELLER; WELLES or WELLSWELLINGTON or WILLINGTONWELLMANWELLOW; WELSH; WELSTEED or WELSTEAD; WELTON; WENBOURNE, WINBORN or WENBANE; WENDALL; WENSLEY, WINSLYE or WINSLEYWENTOM; WENTWORTHWERMALL or WORMALL; WSESCOTT, WASCOTT, WESTCOATT or WESTCOTTWESSON; WESTWESTALL, WESTELL or WESTOLLWESTBROOK; WESTCAR; WESTEAD or WESSTEAD; WESTERHOUSEN; WESTGATE; WESTLEY; WESTMORELAND; WESTONWESTOVERWESTWOOD; WETHERBEE; WETHERELL, WETHERILL, WITHERELL, WETHEREL, and oft. inWETHERIDGE; WETMORE; WEYBORNE; WEYMOUTHWHALE; WHALEY; WALLEYWHARFF; WHARTONWHATELY; WHEATE; WHEATELY or WHEATLEY; WHEATONWHEDON; WHEELERWHEELOCK; WHEELWRIGHTWHELDEN, WHELDING or WHELDON; WHELPHLEY; WHELYER; WHETCOMBE; WHETNELL; WHETSTONEWHICHALLS; WHIDDEN; WHIPPLEWHIPPO; WHISTON; WHITACRE, WHITTACRE or WHITAKER; WHITCHER; WHITCOMB or WHETCUMBEWHITEWHITEHAIRE, or WHITHEIRE; WHITEHAND; WHITEHEADWHITEHOUSE; WHITFIELD; WHITFORD; WHITHAMWHITINGWHITLOCKWHITMANWHITMARSHWHITMOREWHITNELL; WHITNEYWHITON, WHITTON, WHITTUN or WHITTENWHITRED, WHITTEREDD. WHITTRIDGE, or WHITRIG; WHITTEMORE, WITAMORE or WHITAMOREWHITTIER or WHITYEAREWHITTINGHAMWHITTINGTON; WHITTLESEY; WHITTRIDGE; WHITWAY; WHITWELL; WIBORN; WICKENDON or WICKINGTONWICKHAM, WIKEHAM, WICKUM, WICUM or WICOMWICOM; WICKSWICKWIRE; WIDGER; WIFFE or WIFE; WIGGINWIGGLESWORTHWIGHTWIGHTMANWIGLEY; WIGNALL; WIK; WILBORE, WILDBOARE, WILBUR, WILBOR, WILLBORE or WILDBOREWILBORNEWILBY; WILCOCKS or WILCOXWILCOCKSON, WILLCOXSON or WILCOKSONWILCOME or WELOME; WILCOT; WILD, WYLDE, WILDES or WILDEWILDERWILDGOOSE; WILEY; WILFORD; WILKES or WILKS; WILKEY or WILKIE; WILKINSWILKINSONWILLARD or WILLERDWILLETWILLEYWILLIAMSWILLIAMSONWILLISWILLISTON or WILLINGSTONE; WILLIX; WILLMAN; WILLOUGHBYWILLSWILMARTIN; WILMORE; WILMONT or WILMARTH, or WILMOUTHWILSHIRE; WILSONWILTERTOWN, WOLTERTON or WINTERTON; WILTON; WINBOURNE or WENBORN; WINCHWINCHCOMBE; WINCHELL or WINSHALL; WINCHESTERWINCOL, WINCALL or WINKLEWINDALL; WINDIAT; WINDOW; WINDS, WENDES, WINES or WYNES; WINGWINGATE or WINGETWINNWINNOCK; WINSHIP, WINSHOPE or WINDSHIPWINSLEAD, WENSLAD or WINSLEED; WINSLEY; WINSLOWWINSOR or WINSORWINSTON or WENSTONE; WINSWORTH; WINTERWINTERTON; WINTHROPWINUS; WISEWISEMAN; WISWALLWITCHFIELDWITHAM; WITHERDEN or WYTHERDEN; WITHERIDGE or WYTHERIDGE; WITHERS; WITHIE; WITHINGTONWITHMAN; WITTWITTEN; WITTER; WITTOMS; WIXAM or WICKSON; WODELL; WOLCOTT, WALCOTT or WOOLCOTWOLFALL or WOOLFALL; WOLFE, or WOOLFE; WOLLEY; WOLLOND or WOOLLEN; WOLSEY; WOLTENWOOD, or WOODSWOODBRIDGEWOODBURY, sometimes WOODBURYWOODCOCKWOODDAM, WOODAM or WOODHAM; WOODDY, WOODDEY, WOODIE, WODY or WOODYWOODEN, WOODING, WOODIN or WOODDEN; WOODFIELD; WOODDFORDWOODHOUSE, WOODIS, WOODICE or WOODOWESWOODHULL, WOODHILL or WODHULL, sometimes WOODHALL; WOODLAND; WOODLEY; WOODMANWOODMANSEYWOODROP; WOODROW; WOODRUFF, WOODROW, WOODROFFE or WOODROOFEWOODWARDWOODWELL; WOODWORTHWOOLCOT; WOOLLEN or WOOLEN; WOOLER; WOOLERY or WOOLSWORTH; WOOLEY or WOOLLY, sometimes WOLLEY; WOOLRIDGE or WOOLRYCHWOOLSON; WOORY, WOOREY or WOORIE; WOOSTER, WOSTER or WORSTERWOOTERS or WOUTERS; WORCESTER or WORSTERWORDENWORKES; WORMALL, WORMAHILL, WORMELL or WORMWELL; WORMELY or WORMELEY; WORMSTALL; WORMSTED; WORMWOOD; WORNUM; WORRALL; WORSLEY; WORTHWORTHEN; WORTHINGTONWORTHLIKE; WORWOOD or WORWARD; WOTTEN; WRAY; WRIFORD; WRIGHTWROTHAM or WROTHOM; WYARD; WYATT, WIAT or WYATWYBORNE, WIBORNE, WEYBORNE, WIBURN or WYBURN; WYER or WIERWYETH, WITHE, WYTH or WIETH; WYLEY, WEYLEY, WILLEY, WYLIE or WILEY; WYLLIS; WYMAN or WEYMANWYTHERDEN

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YALEYARDLEY; YATESYEALES; YELINGS; YELL or YEAL; YEO or YOW; YEOMANS; YESCUTT; YORK or YORKEYOUDALL; YOUNGYOUNGLOVE; YOUNGMANYOUNGS or YONGS

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ZECHARIAH; ZULLESH

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