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Barbee
Barbee
Dutch: variant of Barbe or French Barbé (see Barbay).
I used to know that I was double descended from William Barbee through his son Gabriel A Barbee by his son Walter A Barbee from his first marriage and his son Francis Barbee from his second marriage. In the fall of 2009 it was brought to my attention that if I go through the Hopson family I… 
 
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Barbour/Barber
Barbour/Barber
 
 
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Beaumount
Beaumount
 
 
5 Bell
 
 
6 Bennett
 
 
7 Bevers/Beavers
 
 
8 Blackman
 
 
9 Bowles
 
 
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Brassfield/Brasfield
Brassfield/Brasfield
 
 
11 Browne/Brown
 
 
12 Bumpass/Bumpasse
 
 
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Butler
Butler
 
 
14 Byrd/Bird
 
 
15 Cato
 
 
16 Chandler
 
 
17 Clements
 
 
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Cooper
Cooper
English: occupational name for a maker and repairer of wooden vessels such as barrels, tubs, buckets, casks, and vats, from Middle English couper, cowper (apparently from Middle Dutch kūper, a derivative of kūp ‘tub’, ‘container’, which was borrowed independently into English as coop). The prevalence of the surname, its cognates,… 
 
19 Crabtree
 
 
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Crosse/Cross
Crosse/Cross
 
 
21 Crumpler
 
 
22 Davies
 
 
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Davis
Davis
Meaning: Son of David 
 
24 de Carew/Kerr/Carr
 
 
25 Draughon
Variant of Irish Drohan.
Spellings: Draughon, Draughn 
 
26 Fish
 
 
27 Flowers
 
 
28 Fountaine/Fountain
 
 
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Godwin
Godwin
 
 
30 Goode
 
 
31 Green
 
 
32 Halliburton
 
 
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Hargis
Hargis
1. English unexplained.: unexplained. Possibly a Huguenot name, a variant of Gargis, which is an altered form of Garrigus, an Anglicized form of French Garrigues.
2. English unexplained.: Alternatively, it may be a variant of Scottish Harcus.
Spellings: Hargase, Hargus, Hargis 
 
34 Hayes
 
 
35 Hayward/Harwood/Harward/Howard
 
 
36 Herndon
English: probably a habitational name from a lost or unidentified place. 
 
37 High
 
 
38 Holmes
 
 
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Honeycutt/Hunnicutt
Honeycutt/Hunnicutt
 
 
40 Hopson
English: variant of Hobson. 
 
41 Horne
 
 
42 Hudgins
English: variant of Hutchens.
 
 
43 Humphreys/Humphries
 
 
44 Hunter
 
 
45 Johnson
 
 
46 Leathers
 
 
47 Lee
 
 
48 Lynch
 
 
49 MacKelroy
McElroy: Irish: Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Giolla Ruaidh ‘son of the red-haired lad’ (from ruadh ‘red’). Compare Gilroy.
Spellings: MacKelroy, McElory, Muckleroy, Mc Elroy, Mackellduroy, Mc Leroy, McEllory, McLeroy, Mickelroy, Mckilory 
 
50 Martin
 
 

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