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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
Andarton British             British an, the; dar, an oak, and ton, a hill
Arthur British             British Ar (Latin vir), a man, and thor, strong
Breton British             British A native of Britain
Cornell British             British a corner, a place shaped like a horn
Coventry British             British the town of the convent
Cradock British             British Caradoc, dearly beloved
Craig British             British Rock or Crag
Cudney British             British From Cud or Coit, a wood, and ey, water
Dagget British             British dow, water--the water-gate
Glyn British             British The woody vale
Goon British             British Gun, a plain, a down or common
Gunn British             British a plain, a down or common
Hazard British             British ard, nature, and has, high
Warrender British             British old British dour, water

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