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The Firth Ancestry

Parents
This ancient surname found in many forms is of pre 7th century Olde English, Scottish and Welsh origins. The very first record of the family name Firth was found in Roxburghshire, which is located in Border Country of Scotland and England. The Firth family traces their ancestral roots back to Boernician origin.
The Firth Coat of Arms


The Firth Family Tartans


Roxburgh District
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The very first record of the family name Redgate was found in Berwickshire , which is located in Border Country of Scotland and England. The Redgate family traces their ancestral roots back to Boernician origin. The name has been recorded for some centuries in Ireland.
The Redgate Coat of Arms


The Redgate Family Tartans


Berwick District
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Grand Parents
The very first record of the family name Higginbottom was found in Cheshire , which is located in England. The Higginbottom family traces their ancestral roots back to Anglo Saxon origin
The Higginbottom Coat of Arms


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The White family first appears in the records of Durham where they were recorded as an ancient Durham family. It appears in the very earliest surviving registers such as the famous Anglo-Saxon Chronicles.
The White Coat of Arms


The White Family Tartans

Sept to the Lamont Clan

Lamont Clan Crest

Sept to the MacGregor Clan

MacGregor Clan Crest
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Great Grand Parents
The very first record of the family name Earnshaw was found in Yorkshire where they were seated from very ancient times, Anglo-Saxon origin before the Norman Conquest and the arrival of Duke William at Hastings in 1066
The Earnshaw Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Boot was found in Berkshire where they had been granted manor and lands by Duke William of Normandy after the Norman Conquest for their assistance at the Battle of Hastings in 1066 A.D.
The Boot Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Moreton was found in Wiltshire, where a Robert de Mortone was recorded in the Pipe Rolls for that county in 1130. This interesting name can be either English, Scottish or Irish, whether English, Irish or Scottish, they share the same basic meaning and derivation which is "The settlement by the moor".
The Moreton Coat of Arms


The Moreton Family Tartans

Sept of the Douglas Clan

The Douglas Clan Crest

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This unusual name is of early medieval English origin. The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of William Shirard, which was dated 1298, a witness in the "Assize Court Rolls of Staffordshire".
The Sharratt Coat of Arms


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2nd Great Grand Parents
The family name of Ramsden is of Anglo-Saxon origin , It derives from the Olde English pre 7th Century "hramsa" meaning wild garlic. There are villages called Ramsden Essex, Kent, Oxfordshire, and Warwickshire, but the surname is most widespread in Yorkshire.
The Ramsden Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Daniel was found in Sussex where they were seated from very early times and were granted lands by Duke William of Normandy
The Daniel Coat of Arms


The Daniel Family Tartans

Sept of the Macdonald Clan

The Macdonald Clan Crest

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Of Anglo-Saxon origin. The very first record of the family name Hartley was found in Lancashire, where they were seated from very ancient times.
The Hartley Coat of Arms


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The first recorded spelling of the family name which was dated 1275, in the Subsidy Rolls of the city of Worcester, during the reign of King Edward 1.
The Vardy Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Caulton was found in Herefordshire where they were seated from very ancient times
The Caulton Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Hatter was found in East Prussia, where the name came from humble beginnings but gained a significant reputation for its contribution to the emerging mediaeval society
The Hatter Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Hall was found in Lincolnshire, England, where the family was granted lands after the Norman Conquest in 1066.
The Hall Coat of Arms


The Hall Family Tartans

The Hall Clan Tartan

The Hall Clan Crest

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The very first record of the family name Bate was found in Yorkshire, where they held a family seat from ancient times
The Bate Coat of Arms


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3rd Great Grand Parents
The very first record of the family name Prescot was found in Devonshire where they were seated from early times
The Prescot Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Philips was found in Devonshire where they were seated from early times
The Philips Coat of Arms


The Phillips Family Tartans

Sept to the MacDonald of Glencoe Clan

Glencoe Clan Crest

Sept to the
MacDonnell Clan

MacDonnell Clan Crest
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The very first record of the family name Holmes was found in Lancashire where they were seated from very ancient times
The Holmes Coat of Arms


The Holmes Family Tartans

Sept to the Home Clan

Home Clan Crest
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The very first record of the family name Ball was found in Cheshire, where they held a family seat from ancient times
The Ball Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Smedley was found in Yorkshire where they were anciently seated as Lords of the Manor
The Smedley Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Booth was found in Yorkshire where they were seated from very ancient times
The Booth Coat of Arms


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No Information as yet on the Burdikin Name
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The very first record of the family name Bevins was found in Herefordshire, where they held a family seat from ancient times
The Bevins Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Robinson was found in Yorkshire, where a John Richard Robunson was on record in 1324 in the Court Rolls of the manor of Wakefield, and a Thomas Robynson was listed in the Yorkshire Poll Tax returns of 1379.
The Robinson Coat of Arms


The Robinson Family Tartans

Sept to the Gunn Clan

Gunn Clan Crest
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4th Great Grand Parents
The very first record of the family name Platts was found in Lancashire where they were seated from early times
The Platts Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Shaw was found in Berkshire, where they were established in the 12th century
The Shaw Coat of Arms


The Shaw Family Tartans

The Shaw Clan

Shaw Clan Crest
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The very first record of the family name Bryan was found in Denbigh, south Wales, where they had been granted lands by William the Conqueror for their assistance at the Battle of Hastings in 1066.
The Bryan Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Winrow was found in Cumberland where they were anciently seated as Lords of the Manor
The Winrow Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Woodward was found in Essex where Commander Wadard was granted lands (Domesday Book - 1086) by King William for his assistance at the Battle of Hastings
The Woodward Coat of Arms


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No Information as yet on the Wooliscroft Name
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The very first record of the family name Shakespeare was found in Nottinghamshire where they were seated from very early times and were granted lands by Duke William of Normandy, their liege Lord, for their distinguished assistance at the Battle of Hastings in 1066
The Shakespeare Coat of Arms


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5th Great Grand Parents
The very first record of the family name Wagg was found in Somerset where they were anciently seated as Lords of the Manor
The Wagg Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Russell was found in Dorset where they were seated from very early times and were granted lands by Duke William of Normandy, their liege Lord, for their distinguished assistance at the Battle of Hastings in 1066
The Russell Coat of Arms


The Russell Family Tartans

The Russell Clan

Russell Clan Crest
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The very first record of the family name Wilson was found in Berwickshire, where the wilson family held a seat from ancient times
The Wilson Coat of Arms


The Wilson Family Tartans

Sept to the Innes Clan

Innes Clan Crest

Sept to the Gunn Clan

Gunn Clan Crest
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The very first record of the family name Thornley was found in Cheshire where they were anciently seated as Lords of the Manor.
The Thornley Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Jackson was found in Northumberland, where the jackson family was seated from early times
The Jackson Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Peat was found in Kent where they were seated from early times
The Peat Coat of Arms


The Peat Family Tartans

Sept to the MacGregor Clan

MacGregor Clan Crest
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The very first record of the family name Bradbury was found in Durham, where they held a family seat from very ancient times
The Bradbury Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Day was found in Somerset. Early citings of this name include Aluric Day, in the Pipe Rolls for Buckinghamshire, Ralph Deie, in 1211, who was among those listed in the Register of the Freemen of Leicester.
The Day Coat of Arms


The Day Family Tartans

Sept to the Davidson Clan

Davidson Clan Crest
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The very first record of the family name King was found in Devonshire, where the king family held a seat from very early times
The King Coat of Arms


The King Family Tartans

Sept to the Colquhoun Clan

Colquhoun Clan Crest

Sept to the MacGregor Clan

MacGregor Clan Crest
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The very first record of the family name Rolinson was found in Ayrshire where they were seated from early times and their first records
The Rolinson Coat of Arms


The Rolinson Family Tartans

Ayr District
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6th Great Grand Parents
The very first record of the family name Alsop was found in the county of Derbyshire in the midland of England where they were seated from very ancient times
The Alsop Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Gent was found in Hampshire where they held a family seat from early times
The Gent Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Whildon was found in Lancashire where they were anciently seated as Lords of the Manor of Wheelton.
The Whildon Coat of Arms


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No Information as yet on the Bircumshire Name
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The very first record of the family name Tooth was found in London, where Hugo cum dentibus ("Hugo with the tooth") was living in 1102.
The Tooth Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Foley was found in Midlothian where they were seated from very early times and were granted lands by Duke William of Normandy, their liege Lord, for their distinguished assistance at the Battle of Hastings in 1066
The Foley Coat of Arms


The Foley Family Tartans

Midlothian District
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7th Great Grand Parents
The very first record of the family name Perrey was found in Hampshire where they were seated from very early times and were granted lands by Duke William of Normandy, their liege Lord, for their distinguished assistance at the Battle of Hastings in 1066
The Perrey Coat of Arms


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8th Great Grand Parents
The very first record of the family name Emerton was found in Buckinghamshire where they were seated from very ancient times
The Emerton Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Wright was found in Berwickshire, where the wright family held a seat from ancient times
The Wright Coat of Arms


The Wright Family Tartans

Sept to the Macintyre Clan

Macintyre Clan Crest
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9th Great Grand Parents
The very first record of the family name Burrows was found in Hampshire where they were descended from Hubert de Burgh, who became Lord of the Manor of Tichfield in that county
The Burrows Coat of Arms


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10th Great Grand Parents
The very first record of the family name Prise was found in Merionethshire where they were seated from very ancient times
The Prise Coat of Arms


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The very first record of the family name Lake was found in Oxfordshire where they were seated from very ancient times
The Lake Coat of Arms


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11th Great Grand Parents
The very first record of the family name Harrison was found in Lancashire where they were seated from very ancient times
The Harrison Coat of Arms


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12th Great Grand Parents
The very first record of the family name Gibbons was found in county Mayo where they had been granted land by Strongbow when he invaded Ireland in 1172
The Gibbons Coat of Arms


The Gibbons Family Tartans

Sept to the Cameron Clan

Cameron Clan Crest

Sept to the Buchanan Clan

Buchanan Clan Crest
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The very first record of the family name Cartwright was found in Worcestershire, some say well before the Norman Conquest in 1066
The Cartwright Coat of Arms


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13th Great Grand Parents
The very first record of the family name Wadham was found in Lincolnshire where Gocelin Fitz Lambert was granted the lands of Wadingham by the Bishop of Bayeux.
The Wadham Coat of Arms


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