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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
Cabbell French              French Cabel
Cabel French              French Cabel
Cabell French              French Cabeau
Cable French              French Cabeau
Cad Gaelic-Welsh        Gaelic-Welsh War
Cadbury English             English burh, a fortified place
Cadby Scandinavian        Scandinavian Cada's settlement, farm
Cadd Welsh               Welsh War
Caddick Caddock
Caddie Scottish            Scottish younger brother
Caddock Welsh               Welsh cadoc, cattwg, &c -cad, battle, war + awg, keenness
Caddow English             English Jack-daw
Caddy Scottish            Scottish younger brother
Cade barrel or cask
Cadell Welsh               Welsh Warlike
Cader Welsh               Welsh A keep, fortress, or strong-hold
Cadick Welsh               Welsh cadoc, cattwg, &c -cad, battle, war + awg, keenness
Cadle Welsh               Welsh Warlike
Cadman English             English Anglican personal name Cadmon, Cedmon
Cadogan Welsh               Welsh cad, battle, and gwg, fierce
Cadwallader Welsh               Welsh cad, battle, and gwaladr, a leader
Cadwallider Welsh               Welsh cad, battle, and gwaladr, a leader
Cadwell Locality            Locality A village in South Wales; written Cydwell
Cady Gaelic              Gaelic Ca-dia, the house of God
Caesar Latin               Latin caesariatus, long-haired
Caeth Welsh               Welsh A captive
Caffan Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Bald
Caffery Celtic              Celtic MacGafraidh
Caffin Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Bald
Caffrey Celtic              Celtic MacGafraidh
Caffrie Celtic              Celtic MacGafraidh
Caffyn Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Bald
Cahill Celtic              Celtic Descendant of Cathal = Warrior
Caig Keig
Cain Gaelic-Welsh        Gaelic-Welsh Chaste, beloved, fair, beautiful
Caine Celtic              Celtic Fair; Bright
Caines Caine's son
Cains Caine's son
Caird Celtic              Celtic Smith, Tinker
Cairn Cornish-British     Cornish-British A circular mound of stones
Cairthness Celtic-Scandinavian Celtic-Scandinavian The headland of Caith
Caithness Celtic-Scandinavian Celtic-Scandinavian The headland of Caith
Cakebread English             English a maker of rolls
Calcott English             English Calcutt
Calcraft English             English Cold Croft
Calcutt English             English Calcott
Caldbeck English-ScandinavianEnglish-Scandinavian Cold stream
Caldecote Welsh               Welsh Colcoit, the neck of the wood
Caldecott English             English Cold Cot cottage
Caldecourt English             English Cold Cot cottage
Caldecutt English             English Cold Cot cottage
Calder Gaelic              Gaelic Calduor, and Welsh, the water that incloses or shuts in
Calderbank English             English Calduor, and Welsh, the water that incloses or shuts in. This is an English topographic name for someone who lived on the bank of one of the rivers Calder, which are in Cumbria, Lancashire and West Yorkshire. The river got its name ultimately from the Welsh 'caled', harsh or violent, and 'dwfr' stream. The element of 'bank' in the surname is from Middle English 'banke', from the Old Norse 'bakke'.
Calderwood Locality            Locality The wood on the river Calder
Caldicot Welsh               Welsh Colcoit, the neck of the wood
Caldicott Welsh               Welsh Colcoit, the neck of the wood
Caldwell Locality            Locality Cold-well, a cold spring
Cale Celtic              Celtic Thin, Slender
Caley Celtic              Celtic Thin, Slender
Calf English             English a nickname
Calfe English             English a nickname
Calhoun Colquhoun
Call Welsh               Welsh Prudent, discerning, cunning trickish
Callagan Celtic              Celtic War; Warrior
Callaghan Celtic-Gaelic       Celtic-Gaelic Ciallach, prudent, judicious, discreet
Callahan Irish               Irish descendant of Ceallachán
Callan Celtic              Celtic MacAllan
Calland Scottish            Scottish Gallant
Callander French              French calandre
Callard French              French Caillard
Callaway Anglo-Saxon         Anglo-Saxon Calwig wig, war, battle
Callcott English             English Calcott
Callcut English             English Calcott
Callen MacAllen
Callender French              French calandre
Calley Kelly
Callie Kelly
Callingham English             English Estate of the Calla Family
Callis Anglo-French-Celtic Anglo-French-Celtic Calais
Calliss Anglo-French-Celtic Anglo-French-Celtic Calesium
Callister MacAllister
Callow English             English Bald
Calloway English             English Calwig wig, war, battle
Calman English             English bald
Calpin Calthorpe
Calthorp English             English Calla's Estate or Village
Calthorpe English             English Calla's Estate or Village
Calthrop English             English Calla's Estate or Village
Calveley English             English Calf-Lea
Calver English             English Calf-Herd
Calverd English             English Calf-Herd
Calverley English             English Calf-Lea
Calvert English             English Calf-Herd
Calvin French-Latin        French-Latin Bald
Cam Gaelic-Welsh        Gaelic-Welsh Crooked, winding
Cambden English             English camp, a battle, war and denu, a valley
Cambridge English             English Grantabrycg = the Bridge Over the Granta
Camden English             English camp, a battle, war and denu, a valley
Cameron Scottish            Scottish Cam, crooked, and sron, nose
Camlin Celtic              Celtic cam, crooked + linn, pool
Camm Celtic              Celtic Crooked, Deformed, One-eyed
Cammell Anglo-French-Hebrew Anglo-French-Hebrew Camel
Camp French-Latin        French-Latin camp or field
Campbell Celtic-Gaelic       Celtic-Gaelic cam, crooked, distorted, and beul, the mouth
Campion Champion
Camplin Anglo-French        Anglo-French Camlin
Campling Anglo-French        Anglo-French Camlin
Camps Camp
Camus Gaelic              Gaelic A bay, a creek, a harbor
Can Gaelic              Gaelic Clear, white, fair, and hence, beloved, dear
Canavan Celtic              Celtic Black Head
Cancellor Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Chancellor
Candler Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Candle Maker
Candlin Anglo-French        Anglo-French Candelin for Gandelin
Candy Gandy
Caney Cane
Canham English             English Cana's Home
Cann Gaelic              Gaelic Ceann and Kin
Cannall Manx                Manx Connell
Cannan Cannon
Cannell Manx                Manx Connell
Canney Caney
Canning Saxon               Saxon Cyning, a leader, a king
Cannings Canning's Son
Cannington English             English the Estate of the Cana Family
Cannons Cannon's Son
Canon Welsh               Welsh The river Taf or the singing river
Cant Celtic              Celtic Kent
Canter Anglo-French        Anglo-French Singer, Chanter
Cantlay English             English Cantley = Canta's Lea
Cantley English             English Cantley = Canta's Lea
Cantlie English             English Cantley = Canta's Lea
Canton English             English Cana's Estate
Cantor Anglo-French        Anglo-French Singer, Chanter
Cantrell Anglo-French        Anglo-French Little Singer, Chanter
Cantrill Anglo-French        Anglo-French Little Singer, Chanter
Canty Scottish            Scottish Cheerful, Lively, Brisk
Cape Anglo-Saxon         Anglo-Saxon Headland
Capel a strong horse
Capell French-Latin        French-Latin Horse
Capes Cape's Son
Caplan Chaplin
Caplin Chaplin
Capon Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Cock
Capp Anglo-French        Anglo-French caeppe, a hood, cowl, cap
Capper Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Cap-Maker
Capps Capp's Son
Capron Anglo-French        Anglo-French capron, caperon / chaperon, originally a kind of hood or cowl
Capstick English             English Cap on a Stick
Caractacus Gaelic              Gaelic Caer, a castle or city; eacht, an exploit, and cios, a tribute, expressive of his abilities in conducting an offensive, as well as a defensive war
Carberry Celtic              Celtic Charioteer
Carbery Celtic              Celtic Charioteer
Carbry Celtic              Celtic Charioteer
Carbury Celtic              Celtic Charioteer
Carbutt Garbutt
Card Gaelic              Gaelic Ceairde, Gaelic, a tradesman
Carden Locality            Locality the manor of Cawarden or Carden, near Chester, in England
Carder Anglo-French        Anglo-French Wool-Comber
Cardew Welsh               Welsh caer, a fort + du, black
Cardiff Welsh               Welsh Caerdydd - caer, a fort
Cardwell Anglo-French        Anglo-French Thistly Estate
Care Carr or Kerr
Carefull English             English Sorrowful, Anxious
Careless English             English Cheerful, Marry
Carew Welsh               Welsh Caer, castle or fort, and ew, water
Carey the manor of Cary or Kari, as spelled in the Doomsday Book, in the parish of St. Giles, near Launceston, England
Cargill Celtic              Celtic White Fort
Carl English-ScandinavianEnglish-Scandinavian Husbandman, Rustic, Churl
Carlan Irish               Irish Carolan
Carle English-ScandinavianEnglish-Scandinavian Husbandman, Rustic, Churl
Carleton Northern-English    Northern-English Carls' or Churls' Place
Carlile Celtic              Celtic caer, a fort
Carlin Irish               Irish Carolan
Carline Irish               Irish Carolan
Carling Irish               Irish Carolan
Carlish Anglo-Scottish      Anglo-Scottish Churlish
Carlisle Celtic              Celtic caer, a fort
Carlow Celtic              Celtic Quadruple Lake Cetherloch - cether, four; loch, lake
Carlton Northern-English    Northern-English Carls' or Churls' Place
Carlyle Celtic              Celtic caer, a fort
Carlyon Celtic              Celtic the Fort of the Legion
Carman Anglo-French        Anglo-French Cart Driver
Carmichael Locality            Locality The castle or stronghold of Michael, from caer, a castle or fortified place
Carmode Manx                Manx Mac Diarmid
Carmody Manx                Manx Mac Diarmid
Carn Celtic              Celtic a Cairn
Carnaby Celtic-Scandinavian Celtic-Scandinavian Cairn-Settlement
Carne Welsh               Welsh a heap of stones
Carnegie Celtic              Celtic the Fort of the Gap
Carnes Welsh               Welsh a heap of stones
Carney Celtic              Celtic Warrior, Soldier
Carnie Celtic              Celtic Warrior, Soldier
Carnigan Gaelic              Gaelic Carneach signifies a Druid or priest
Carolan Carroll, with the diminutive suffix -an
Carollan Carroll, with the diminutive suffix -an
Carpmael Cartmel
Carpmile Cartmel
Carr Celtic              Celtic caer, a fort
Carrey the manor of Cary or Kari, as spelled in the Doomsday Book, in the parish of St. Giles, near Launceston, England
Carrick Celtic              Celtic a Crag, Rock
Carrie the manor of Cary or Kari, as spelled in the Doomsday Book, in the parish of St. Giles, near Launceston, England
Carrier French-Latin        French-Latin Quarryman
Carrington English             English the Estate of the Car Family
Carroll Irish               Irish descendant of Cearbhall
Carrollan Carroll, with the diminutive suffix -an
Carrothers Celtic              Celtic Stronghold of Ruther
Carruthers Celtic              Celtic Stronghold of Ruther
Carse Anglo-Scottish      Anglo-Scottish Dweller at the Carrs, i.e., Marshes or Mosses
Carsley English             English Car's Lea
Carson son of Car
Carstairs Scottish            Scottish Terras's Castle
Carswell English             English caerse, cress + wiell / wiella, a spring
Carter one who drives a cart
Carteret Gaelic-Welsh        Gaelic-Welsh town of the castle
Cartey MacCarty
Carthew Celtic              Celtic Cardew
Carthy MacCarthy
Cartie MacCarty
Cartland Gaelic              Gaelic caraid, a pair of streams
Cartledge English             English Cart-Lake
Cartlidge English             English Cart-Lake
Cartmail Scandinavian        Scandinavian Cart-Sandbank
Cartmale Scandinavian        Scandinavian Cart-Sandbank
Cartmall Scandinavian        Scandinavian Cart-Sandbank
Cartmel Scandinavian        Scandinavian Cart-Sandbank
Cartmell Scandinavian        Scandinavian Cart-Sandbank
Cartret Gaelic-Welsh        Gaelic-Welsh town of the castle
Carttar Carter
Cartwright English             English Cart-Maker
Carty MacCarty
Carus Scandinavian        Scandinavian Carr-House
Carvell Anglo-French        Anglo-French Carville
Carver English             English Sculptor, Wood-Carver
Carvey Celtic              Celtic Cearrbhach, Gambler, Gamester
Carvill Anglo-French        Anglo-French Carville
Carwin Cornish-British     Cornish-British caer, a castle, and win or gwin, white
Cary Locality            Locality the manor of Cary or Kari, as spelled in the Doomsday Book, in the parish of St. Giles, near Launceston, England
Case French              French A hut, a hovel
Casey Celtic              Celtic Brave
Cash French              French casse, a case
Cashel Celtic-Latin        Celtic-Latin Cashell = the Castle
Cashell Celtic-Latin        Celtic-Latin Castle
Cashen Celtic              Celtic Crooked
Cashin Celtic              Celtic Crooked
Cashlin Celtic              Celtic Little Castle
Cashman English             English Cashier
Caslin Celtic              Celtic Little Castle
Cason Case's Son
Cass Gaelic              Gaelic to thwart, oppose
Cassady Cassidy
Cassal Castle
Casse Anglo-French        Anglo-French cass-us, vain
Cassel Castle
Cassell Castle
Cassidy Gaelic              Gaelic casaideach, apt to complain or accuse
Cassin Celtic              Celtic Crooked
Casson Cass's Son
Cassy Celtic              Celtic Brave
Castell Castle
Castellan Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Castle-Governor
Caster Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Roman Station
Casterton Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin the Farm or Estate By The Roman Camp
Castillo Spanish             Spanish Castle
Castle Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Dweller at the Castle
Castleman Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Castle-Warder
Castlereagh Celtic-Latin        Celtic-Latin Grey Castle
Castles Castle
Caston English             English Cate's Estate
Castro Spanish             Spanish Castle
Catchpole Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Constable
Cate French-Latin        French-Latin Cato
Cater Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Caterer, Purveyor
Caterson Cater's Son
Cates Cate's Son
Catesby Scandinavian        Scandinavian Cate's Estate
Cathcart Gaelic              Gaelic Caeth-Cart, from caeth, a strait, the river here running in a narrow channel
Catherall English             English Cathere's Hall
Catherwood Gaelic              Gaelic Cathar, soft, boggy ground; or the fortified place in a wood
Cathrall English             English Cathere's Hall
Catlin Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Catelin
Catling Catlin
Cato Latin               Latin Sagacious
Caton French-Latin        French-Latin Cato
Cator Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Caterer, Purveyor
Catt English             English Cat
Cattell French              French Castle
Catterall English             English Cathere's Hall
Cattermole Dutch-Flemish       Dutch-Flemish local name
Cattermoul Dutch-Flemish       Dutch-Flemish local name
Catterson Cater's Son
Cattle French              French Castle
Cattley English             English Catta's Lea
Cattlow Catta's Tumulus, hlaew burial mound, hill
Catto English             English Cat-Hill
Catton English             English Catta's Estate
Cattrall English             English Cathere's Hall
Cattrell English             English Cathere's Hall
Cattroll English             English Cathere's Hall
Caudell Locality            Locality cold spring
Caudery French-Latin        French-Latin coudraie = Hazel-Grove
Caudle Locality            Locality cold spring
Caudwell Locality            Locality cold spring
Caul MacCall
Caulay Celtic              Celtic Macaulay
Cauldfield English             English Cold or Bleak Field
Cauldwell English             English cold spring
Cauley Celtic              Celtic Macaulay
Caulfield English             English Cabbage-Field
Caulie Celtic              Celtic Macaulay
Caunter Gaunter, Ganter
Causton English             English Ceawe's Estate
Cavalier Anglo-French-ItalianAnglo-French-Italian horseman
Cavan Gaelic-Welsh        Gaelic-Welsh The ridge of a hill
Cavanagh Celtic              Celtic Caemh + an, gentle, handsome
Cavanah Celtic              Celtic Caemh + an, gentle, handsome
Cavannah Celtic              Celtic Caemh + an, gentle, handsome
Cave Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Cavern
Caveen Gaelic-Welsh        Gaelic-Welsh The ridge of a hill
Caven Celtic              Celtic Fine, Handsome
Cavendish English             English Caves-Hollow
Caves Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Cavern
Cavill English             English Cave-Hill
Caw Gaelic              Gaelic Ca, a house, a place fortified, inclosed, surrounded
Cawdery French-Latin        French-Latin coudraie = Hazel-Grove
Cawdry French-Latin        French-Latin coudraie = Hazel-Grove
Cawley Macauly
Cawse English             English Cawe's Son
Cawson English             English Cawe's Son
Cawston English             English Ceawe's Estate
Cawthorn English             English Hawthorn
Cawthorne English             English Hawthorn
Cawthron English             English Hawthorn
Caxton Locality            Locality a small town in England
Cay Cornish-British     Cornish-British Kea, inclosure
Cayley Celtic              Celtic Thin, Slender
Cayly Locality            Locality Calais, a sea-port of France
Cayser Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Kaiser, Caesar, Emperor
Cayzer Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Kaiser, Caesar, Emperor
Cazenove French              French New House
Cearn Cairn, Carn
Cearns Cairns
Cecil Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin caecus, blind
Ceeley Seeley
Chad Anglo-Celtic        Anglo-Celtic Cath, war
Chadband English             English Cat-Brook
Chadburn English             English Cat-Brook
Chadderton Anglo-Celtic        Anglo-Celtic Cathir's Estate
Chaddock Anglo-Celtic        Anglo-Celtic Little Chad
Chaderton English             English Cathir's Estate
Chadwell English             English St. Chad's Well
Chadwick Locality            Locality Cyte signifies a cottage, and wick, a harbor, a sheltered place
Chadwyck English             English Chadwick, Chadwych = Chad's Place
Chaff French              French Chauve = Bald
Chaffe French              French Chauve = Bald
Chaffee French              French Chafe, to heat, to grow warm or angry
Chaffer English             English chaffare, a bargaining; chaffaren, to deal, bargain
Chaffers English             English Chaffer's Son
Chalcraft Calcraft
Chaldecott Caldecott
Chalfont Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Cold Fount
Chalk Saxon               Saxon servant or attendant
Chalke English             English cealc, chalk
Chalkley English             English Chalky Lea
Challen French-Latin-Celtic French-Latin-Celtic Chalons -sur-Marne was the Latin Catalaunis, the plural of a tribal name
Challender Anglo-French        Anglo-French calandra, a kind of lark
Challener Locality            Locality Chaloner/Challoner a town in France
Challenger English             English chalengen, to accuse, charge, claim
Challenor Locality            Locality Chaloner/Challoner a town in France
Challice cup or bowl
Challiner Locality            Locality Chaloner/Challoner a town in France
Challinor Locality            Locality Chaloner/Challoner a town in France
Challis cup or bowl
Challiss Anglo-French-Celtic Anglo-French-Celtic Chalais or Chaillois = the Wood
Challon French-Latin-Celtic French-Latin-Celtic Chalons -sur-Marne was the Latin Catalaunis, the plural of a tribal name
Challoner Locality            Locality a town in France
Chalmers Scottish-French     Scottish-French De La Chambre
Chalon French-Latin-Celtic French-Latin-Celtic Chalons -sur-Marne was the Latin Catalaunis, the plural of a tribal name
Chaloner Anglo-French        Anglo-French chalon/chaloun, a quilt, from chalons-sur-Marne, where this kind of coverlet was first made
Chamberlain Anglo-French-German Anglo-French-German Chamber - Overseer; Steward
Chamberlayne Anglo-French-German Anglo-French-German Chamber - Overseer; Steward
Chamberlen Anglo-French-German Anglo-French-German Chamber - Overseer; Steward
Chamberlin Anglo-French-German Anglo-French-German Chamber - Overseer; Steward
Chambers Scottish-French     Scottish-French De La Chambre
Chambres French              French Chamber-Attendant
Champ French              French Field
Champagne Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin campania - campus, a plain, field
Champain Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin campania - campus, a plain, field
Champe French              French champ, a field
Champin Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin campania - campus, a plain, field
Champion A soldier that fought in public combat
Champlain Champ, an open, level field or plain, and lean, a meadow
Champlin Champ, an open, level field or plain, and lean, a meadow
Champness Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Champagne France = the Plain
Champney French              French Champ, a field, and ey, water-the wet country or country near the water
Champneys Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Champagne France = the Plain
Chanay Cheney
Chance Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Good Luck, Good Fortune
Chandler maker and seller of various wares, originally of candles
Chaney Cheney
Chang Chinese             Chinese prosperous or flourishing
Chanler Chandler, maker and seller of various wares, originally of candles
Channing Saxon               Saxon Cyning, knowing, wise
Channon Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Cannon
Chant French              French song
Chanter Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Singer
Chantler Chandler, maker and seller of various wares, originally of candles
Chantrell Little Chanter
Chantrey Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin sing
Chantry Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin sing
Chany Cheney
Chapel Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin A private oratory; a place of public worship
Chapell Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin A private oratory; a place of public worship
Chapin Chapman; a trader, a shopman
Chaplin Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Chapel
Chapman Chipman, a trader, a shopman
Chappel Chapel
Chappell Chapel
Chappelow Scandinavian        Scandinavian Chapel-How, haug-r, a hill
Chapple Chapel
Chapplow Scandinavian        Scandinavian Chapel-How, haug-r, a hill
Chard English             English Cerdic, the West-Saxon king
Charles German              German carl, strong, stout, courageous, and valiant
Charleson Charles's Son
Charlesson Charles's Son
Charlesworth English             English Churl's Place or Farm
Charleton English             English Churls' Place or Farm
Charlett Little Charle, or Charles
Charley English             English Churls' Lea
Charlton English             English Churls' Place or Farm
Charman Anglo-French        Anglo-French Carman
Charnley English             English a meadow in which churning was done
Charnock Norman-French       Norman-French the town of Chernoc, in Normandy
Charrington English             English Carrington, for Cherrington
Chart English             English Cert, an Old Kentish word for a Wood
Charter Carter
Charteris Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin the tribal name Carnutes of Caesar
Charters Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin the tribal name Carnutes of Caesar
Chartres Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin the tribal name Carnutes of Caesar
Chase Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin chacier, chasser, to hunt, chase
Chastel French              French Castle
Chastell French              French Castle
Chaston Caston
Chater Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin excadere, to fall to one's share
Chatfeild English             English catt, a wild cat
Chatfield English             English catt, a wild cat
Chatham Saxon               Saxon cyte, a cottage, and ham, a village,
Chatsey Saxon               Saxon cyte, a cottage, and sey, near the water
Chatsworth Locality            Locality cyte, a cottage, as above, and worth, a place or estate
Chattaway English             English Chad and wig, battle, war
Chatteris English             English Chateriz
Chatterton Saxon               Saxon cete-doir-ton, the cottage-town in the wood
Chatto Catto
Chatwin English             English Chad, and wine
Chaucer Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Leather-Breechers Maker
Chauncey Anglo-French        Anglo-French Chancey, Chance, or Chancay
Chauncy Anglo-French        Anglo-French Chancey, Chance, or Chancay
Chavez Portuguese          Portuguese a place in the province of Tras-os-Montes named Chaves
Chawner Chaloner/Challoner
Chaytor Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin excadere, to fall to one's share
Cheator Chater ante
Checkley English             English Cecca's Lea
Chedsey Locality            Locality Chertsey, a town in Surrey, England, near the Thames, Cerot's Island
Chedzey English             English Cedd's Island
Chedzoy English             English Cedd's Island
Cheek English             English prominent jaw
Cheers Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Cher = Dear
Cheese Cheesman/Cheeseman or Cheeswright/Cheesewright
Cheeseman Locality            Locality A dealer in cheese
Cheeseright English             English Cheese-Maker
Cheesewright English             English Cheese-Maker
Cheesman English             English Cheese-Maker
Cheeswright English             English Cheese-Maker
Cheetham English             English Ceatta's Home or Estate
Cheever French              French Chevir signifies to master or overcome
Cheevers Cheever's Son
Cheke Cheek
Chen Chinese             Chinese the region of Chen in present-day Henan province
Chenery French              French Chenevrey
Cheney French              French Chene, an oak
Chennell French              French Little Chene, an oak
Cherrington English             English Cherinton = the Estate of the Cerr/Cerra Family
Cherry Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin cheri, beloved, cherished
Chesebrough Locality            Locality Chene, an oak
Chesher Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Cheshire = Chestershire
Cheshire Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Chestershire
Chesnay Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Oak-Wood
Chesney Anglo-French-Latin  Anglo-French-Latin Oak-Wood
Chessher Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Cheshire = Chestershire
Chesshire Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Cheshire = Chestershire
Chessman Cheesman/Cheeseman
Chester Locality            Locality ceaster, a fortified place, a city, a castle or camp
Chesterman Chester + man
Chesters Locality            Locality ceaster, a fortified place, a city, a castle or camp
Chesterton Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Farmstead or Manor at the Roman Camp
Cheston Anglo-Latin         Anglo-Latin Farmstead or Manor at the Roman Camp
Chesworth English             English Cissa's Estate
Cheswright Cheeswright/Cheesewright
Chetham Saxon               Saxon cyte, a cottage, and ham, a village
Chetter Chater
Chetwode English             English cete, a cottage, wudu, a wood
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