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Family History Resources Anglo-Latin Surnames Origins & Meanings

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Many surnames are associated with the place/locality of where the family lived and in those cases the location is noted as the meaning.
Many surnames are associated with the occupation of the person given the name.

Surname Origin Meaning
Capon Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Cock
Capper Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Cap-Maker
Caster Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Roman Station
Casterton Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin the Farm or Estate By The Roman Camp
Castle Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Dweller at the Castle
Castleman Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Castle-Warder
Cayser Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Kaiser, Caesar, Emperor
Cayzer Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Kaiser, Caesar, Emperor
Cecil Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin caecus, blind
Chalfont Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Cold Fount
Chesher Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Cheshire = Chestershire
Cheshire Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Chestershire
Chessher Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Cheshire = Chestershire
Chesshire Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Cheshire = Chestershire
Chesterton Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Farmstead or Manor at the Roman Camp
Cheston Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Farmstead or Manor at the Roman Camp
Corney Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Little Cornelius
Corneys Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Little Cornelius
Corns Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Little Cornelius
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