Culpepper Connections now believes it quite likely that Culpepper, first written "de Colepeper", is based on the first de Colepeper living at "the bottom of Pepenbury". His descendant Sir Thomas Colepeper probably a grandson owned and resided in the manor of Bayhall. Robert 'Rob' Albright Culpepper, Ph.
Simply start with yourself and we'll do the searching for you. View Census Data for Bottom. A less common occupation for the Bottom family was Keeping House.
This long-established surname is of Anglo-Saxon origin, and is a topographical name from residence in a dell, hollow or broad valley, deriving from the Olde English pre 7th Century "bothm, botm", bottom, depression, the lowest part of a valley. In some instances, the name may also be specifically locational from any of the various places in the north of England named with the above word, for example, Bottom o'the MoorLancashire, and Bottoms in South Nottinghamshire and the West Riding of Yorkshire. Topographical surnames were among the earliest created, since both natural and man-made features in the landscape provided easily recognizable distinguishing names in the small communities of the Middle Ages, and locational surnames were originally given as a means of identification to those who left their birthplace to settle elsewhere.
As genealogy and family history buffs, we often become obsessed with small facts about surnames. In the US, not only is the first surname Aabut there appear to be a lot of them! With Aa appearing to be such a popular name I turned to the MyHeritage Records to get a better understanding of where the surname comes from.
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A byname for sexual prowess? In fact Ed Balls's surname is quite innocent in origin, but that hasn't stopped its decline. They have history on their side but several of Britain's most ancient surnames seem to have been doomed by prudishness and the dirty snigger.
Simply start with yourself and we'll do the searching for you. Your own DNA-based ethnicity estimate will differ from what you see here. View Census Data for Bottoms.
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Have you ever met Brits with rather strange or funny surnames? Well there are plenty of them and you might be baffled when you hear their surname and wonder about its origins, but rest assured that it will most likely have derived from what their family did as an occupation, the place they originally came from or a nickname. Surnames like first names in the UK come and go and whilst there are many intriguing and unusal suranmes in exstinance hundreds are longer used, including Bread, Hatman and Chips but the seven we have chosen are still currently used in the UK.