4 edition of Yorkshire Surnames found in the catalog.
by G. R. Bks.
Written in English
|Statement||George Redmonds. No.2, Huddersfield and District.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
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It is derived from the word hermitage and was probably originally given to someone who came from near a hermitage, or a place of learning, or an extinct place bearing the name.
Early Yorkshire examples of the surname include: Willelmus del Ermytache () and John de Armitage (Sheffield, ). Dictionary of Yorkshire surnames.
[George Redmonds] -- From Abba, a Northern variant of 'Abbey', first recorded into 'Yoward', meaning a 'ewe herd', which first appears inthis comprehensive dictionary of Yorkshire Surnames contains.
It was called the ‘town brook’ in early documents and the surname originated in that valley: Adam Bythebroke, Rastrick; John Bythebroke, Huddersfield; John Bithebrooke, Rastrick. There were already four taxpayers called ‘Brook’ in the town in and more than 20 in a subsidy roll of Yorkshire Surname List.
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Last Updated 28 April Total surname submissions: Aa-Alz Ama-Az Baa-Bar Bas-Bem Ben-Bln Blo-Boz Bra-Bri Bro-Bru Bua-Byz Caa-Caz Cea-Clu Coa. rows Yorkshire. There were places in the county of Yorkshire in Domesday Book. The Total column shows the total number of people in that county or town with this surname.
For example, there were people called ATHA in Yorkshire at the time of the census. The Frequency column shows the percentage of people in this county or town with this surname.
For example, a frequency of in Yorkshire means that % of the people in Yorkshire on. A list of the most common surnames in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire has been released. Published by Sofeminine, it shows names and how common they are in.
Genealogy: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hey, David. Yorkshire surnames and the hearth tax returns of York: Borthwick Institute of Historical Research, University of York, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David Hey; George Redmonds; Borthwick Institute of Historical Research.
Search United Kingdom England Yorkshire Yorkshire. Here you'll find record collections, history, and genealogy resources to help you trace your Yorkshire ancestors. Collections. Data Collections.
Data Collections; Sorted by Yorkshire West Yorkshire, England, Select Rate Books, Accounts and Censuses, –West Yorkshire. The Dictionary of Yorkshire Surnames is the product of a lifetime devoted to Yorkshire studies. It is both readable and reliable -- a model for future work.
We need a George Redmonds for every county.5/5(7). Henry Braugham Guppy compiled a thorough study of British surnames in his book Homes of Family Names in Great Britain. Therefore, the names listed at that time, before modern mobility and communications, give a solid indication of the regionalism of British names.
In Yorkshire, a number of names could be found in two or. A list of books relating to Yorkshire has been produced by the members of the Yorksgen mailing list. The following books can be read or downloaded from the Genuki site: A transcription of the book " Yorkshire Folk talk" dealing with the Eastern half of Yorkshire, written by the Rev.
Morris in Transcribed by Colin Hinson. George Redmonds has 17 books on Goodreads with ratings. George Redmonds’s most popular book is Surnames, Dna, and Family History.
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Domesday Surnames The Domesday Book was compiled on the orders of William the Conquerer to catalogue the ownership and value of land in the newly conquered territories of England.
It was completed in These Yorkshire parish records, including baptisms, marriages and burials, will help you trace your ancestors back to the s.
Many records are free. Yorkshire Baptisms Yorkshire Marriages Yorkshire Burials FreeReg – Search parish registers for the UK Yorkshire Bishops Transcripts Bishop’s transcripts were abbreviated copies of the parish records. George Redmonds, who has died a was the leading authority on the origins of English (especially Yorkshire) surnames and a prolific writer on Yorkshire.
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