British Family Names


Below are just some of the British Family Names (British Surnames) that we have on file. Over the years we would have gathered many more, as well as spelling variations to these. 

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British Family Names

in alphabetical order

British Family Names:  A

Abbot, Abdy, Abell, Aberton, Abingdon or Abington, Achard, Acherton, Ackers, Ackland, Ackroyd, Acre, Acton, Adams, Adderley, Adington, Adison or Addison, Adler, Adlington, Agard, Ainsworth, Albany, Alberton, Alborough, Alcock, Alden, Alderson, Aldham, Aldred, Aldridge, Aldrington, Aldworth, Alexander, Alford, Alfred, Alfrey, Allen, Allenson, Allerton, Alley, Allgood, Allington, Alsop, Alston, Ambrose, Ames, Amos, Anderson, Anderton, Andesley, Andrew, Andrews, Angell, Anne, Annesley, Anthony, Antrobus, Appleby, Appleton, Appleyard, Archard, Archdeacon, Archer, Arden, Arderne, Armiger, Armitage, Arnest, Arnet, Arnold, Arras, Arrowsmith, Arundell, Ascot, Ascough, Ascue, Ashborne, Ashbury, Ashby, Ashe, Ashfield, Ashford, Ashley, Ashman, Ashton, Ashurst, Ashworth, Aske, Askew, Aslin, Astley, Aston, Atherton, Atkins, Atkinson, Atley, Atton, Atwater, Atwell, Atwood, Aubrey, Aucher, Audley, Auncell, Austen, Austin, Avery, Ayerst, Aylward, Aylworth, Ayre

British Family Names:  B

Baber, Babington, Backhouse, Bacon, Badcock or Babcock, Bafford, Bagnall, Bagot, Bagshaw, Bailey, Bainbridge or Baynbridge, Baker, Balderston, Baldry, Baldwin, Bales, Ball, Ballard, Ballentine, Bally, Baltazar, Bamfield, Banbury, Bancroft, Band, Banester, Banke, Banks, Banning, Barbe, Barber, Barclay, Barcroft, Bard, Bardolf (e), Bardwell, Bare, Barford or Barfoot, Barham, Barker, Barkham, Barlow, Barnaby, Barnard I, Barnard II, Barner, Barnes I, Barnes II, Barnett, Barney, Barnham, Barnhouse, Barnston, Baron, Barr, Barrell, Barrett, Barrington, Barrow, Barston, Bartlet (t), Barton, Bartram, Barwell, Barwick, Basford, Basham, Bashe, Baskerville, Bassett, Bassingborne, Bate (s), Bateman, Bathgate, Bathurst, Batt, Battersby, Baxter, Bayler or Baylor, Bayley, Baylis, Bayman, Baynard, Baynes, Baynham, Baynton, Beake, Beale, Beard, Beardsley, Beare, Beauchamp, Beauford, Beaumont, Beaupre, Beavan, Beavis, Beche or Beech, Becher or Beach, Beck, Beckering, Becket, Beckford, Beckham, Beckingham, Beckley, Beckman, Beckwith, Bedell, Bedford, Bedwell, Bee, Beeston, Belcher, Belfield, Belford, Belgrave, Belhouse, Bell, Bellamy, Bellers, Bellet, Bellew, Bellinger, Bellingham, Bellingham II, Bellow, Belson, Belton, Bench, Bendall, Bender, Bendish, Benington, Benn, Bennet, Benning, Benson, Bent, Bentley, Benton, Benyon, Bere, Bereford, Berenger or Beringer, Berens, Beresford, Berington, Berkeley, Bermingham, Berney, Berry, Bertram, Berwick, Besse, Best, Bethell, Betts, Beverley, Bevers, Bevis, Bewley, Bickerstaffe, Bickerton, Bickley, Biddle or Biddell, Biddulph, Bidon, Bidwell, Bigg or Biggs, Bigot, Billet, Billings, Billingsley, Bing, Bingham, Bingley, Birch, Bird I, Bird II, Birkby, Birken, Birkenhead or Birket, Birley, Bishop, Bisley, Bissell, Black, Blackburn, Blacker, Blackerby, Blackford, Blackley or Blakey, Blackman, Blackmore, Blackstone, Blackwell or Blackwall, Blades, Blaidd, Blake, Blanchard, Bland, Blaney, Bleddyn (Wales), Blenkinsop, Blewet, Bligh, Bliss or Blisse, Blithe or Blythe, Blondel or Blundell, Blood, Bloom, Bloomfield, Bloore, Blount, Blower, Bocking, Bodley, Bohun or Boone, Boland, Bold, Bolton, Bond, Bonham, Bonner, Bonney, Booker, Booth, Borlase, Borman, Borough, Bosley, Bostock, Boswell, Bosworth, Boteler, Botham, Bothell, Bott, Boughton, Boult or Bolt, Bourchier, Bourne, Bovey, Bowden, Bowell, Bowen (Wales), Bower, Bowes, Bowler, Bowles, Bowman I, Bowman II, Bowring, Bowyer, Box, Boydell, Boyland, Boynton, Boys, Boyton, Brabant, Brabazon, Brace, Brackenbury, Bracy, Bradburn (e), Bradbury, Bradden, Braddock, Bradfield, Bradford, Bradley, Bradshaw, Bradston, Bradwell, Bragg, Braham, Brailsford, Braithwaite, Brampton, Branch (e), Brand, Brandon, Branson, Brassey or Brassy, Bratt, Bray or Bree, Brayne, Bream (e), Brent, Brereton, Bressy or Bressey, Breton, Brett, Brewer, Brewes, Brewin, Brewster, Brickley, Brickman, Bridgeman, Bridger, Bridges, Brierley, Briggs, Brigham, Bright, Bringham, Bringhurst, Brinley, Brinton, Brisco, Bristow, Broadbent, Broadley, Brocas, Brock, Brocket, Brockman, Brodrick, Brome, Bromfield, Bromhall, Bromley, Brooke, Brooksbank, Brothers, Brough, Brougham, Broughton, Brown, Browning, Brownrigg, Bryan, Bucher, Buck, Buckfield, Buckingham, Buckland, Buckle, Buckler, Buckley, Bucknall or Bucknell, Buckton, Buckworth, Bugge or Bugg, Bull, Bullen, Buller, Bullmer or Bulmer, Bullock, Bunn, Bunny or Bunney, Bunting, Burchett, Burden, Burdett, Bures, Burford, Burges, Burley, Burnell, Burnham, Burr, Burrell, Burrough, Burrows, Burt, Burton, Bury, Bushby, Bushe, Bushnell, Bussey, Butterfield, Butterworth, Byers, Byfield, Byron

British Family Names:  C

Cabot, Cade, Cagan, Cage, Caine, Caldecot, Calley, Callis, Callow, Calthorp or Calthrop, Calton, Calverley, Calvert, Camden, Campion, Canfield, Cann, Canning, Canton, Capell, Capper, Capps, Carbonell, Card, Cardinal or Cardinall, Carew, Carleton or Charlton, Carlill or Carlisle, Carne (Wales), Carpenter, Carr, Carrell, Carrick, Carrier, Carrington, Carswell, Cartwright, Carvell, Carver, Cary, Case, Cass, Cassey, Castell, Caster, Castle, Castleman, Caston, Cater, Caterall, Catesby, Catlin, Catton, Causton, Cave, Cavendish, Chace, Chadwick, Chaloner, Chamberlayn, Chambers, Champion, Chancey, Chandler, Chantrell, Chaplin, Chapman, Chappell, Charles, Charnell, Charnock (e), Chatterton, Chaucer, Cecill, Cheney, Chester, Chesterfield, Chesworth, Chichester, Child, Childers, Chilton, Cholmeley, Chowne, Christian, Churchill, Churchman, Chute, Clapham, Clare, Clarke, Clarkeson, Claver, Clavering, Claxton, Clay, Clayton, Cleaver, Clegg, Clement, Clench, Clifford, Clifton, Clinton, Clive or Cleve, Clopton, Close, Clough, Coates, Cobb, Cobham, Cocker, Cocks or Cocke, Codd, Coe, Coffin, Coghill, Colby, Cole, Coleman, Colepeper or Culpeper, Coley, Collard, Collen or Collings, Collett, Collier, Collingwood, Collins, Collinson, Colshil, Colston, Colt, Colton, Colvile, Combe, Compton, Comyn, Constable, Conway, Conyers, Cook (e), Cookesey, Cookson, Cooper, Coote, Cope, Copeland, Copin, Copinger, Copley, Corbet, Corbin or Corben, Cordell, Corey, Cornell, Cornish, Cornwall, Cotton, Cottrell, Coulson, Courtney, Cousin (s) or Cosyn, Covell, Coventry, Coward, Cowley, Cowper, Cox, Craddock, Crane I, Crane II, Cranfield, Cranmer, Cranwell, Craven, Crawley, Creed, Cressey or Cressy, Creswell, Creswick, Crewe, Crispe, Crispin, Croft, Crofton, Croke, Cromer, Crompton, Cromwell, Crook (e), Crosley, Cross, Crossman, Crow or Crowe, Crowder, Croxton, Crull, Crump, Cumberland, Cunliffe, Curling, Currie, Curson, Curtis, Cutlas, Cutts

British Family Names:  D

Dacre, Dade, Dagget (t), Dalby, Dale, Dalling, Dalton, Danbury, Danby, Dance, Dancey or Dancy, Dandridge, Dandy, Dane, Daniell, D’Anvers, Darby, D’Arcy, Dare, Darley, Darling, Darnell, Darrell, Darwin, Dash, Dashwood, Davenport, Davies, Davis, Davy, Dawes, Dawney, Dawson, Day, Dayton, Deacon, Dean (e), Dearman, Dee, Deering, Delafield, Delahay, Delamare, Delves, Den, Denham, Denman, Dennis, Denny, Dent, Denton, Denver, Derby, Dering, Devereux, Devers or Deveris, Dewhurst, Diamond, Dickinson, Dickman, Dicksen or Dickson, Dickson, Digby, Disney, Dixon, Dobbs or Dobbes, Dobson, Dobyns or Dobbins, Dod (d), Dodge, Dodington, Dodson, Dodsworth, Dogget, Dolby, Dolling, Dolman, Don, Dormer, Dorset, Dorset (Sackvile), Doubleday, Doughty, Dove, Dover, Dowall, Dowman, Downes, Downing, Drake, Draper, Drax, Draycott, Drayton, Drew, Drury, Dryden, Duckett, Dudley, Duffield, Dugdale, Duke, Duncombe, Dunston, Durant, Durham, Dutton, Dyer, Dyson

British Family Names:  E

Eades, Eardley, Earley or Erly, East, Easton, Eastwood, Eaton, Eccleston, Echingham, Eckley, Eden, Edgar, Edge, Edgell, Edmonds, Edmunds, Edwards I, Edwards II, Edwin (Wales), Egerton, Eldred, Elford, Elicott, Elingham, Eliot, Ellerker, Ellis, Ellison, Elliston, Ellwood, Elmer, Elton, Elvin or Elwin, Elwes, Emerson, Emery, Emmet, English, Epps or Epes, Errington, Esmond, Essex, Essington, Evans (Wales), Everard, Everett, Everingham, Evers, Everton, Eves, Evett, Eyre

British Family Names:  F

Faber, Fabian, Fairbairn or Fairburn I, Fairbairn or Fairburn II, Fairfax, Fairfield, Fairweather, Falcon, Falconer, Fane, Fanshaw, Farley, Farmer, Farnham, Farrant, Farrar or Ferror, Farrington, Fawcett, Feld, Fell, Fellowes, Feltham, Felton, Fender, Fenn, Fenner, Fenton, Fenwick, Ferne, Ferrers, Fetherstone, Field, Fielding, Finch, Fines, Fish, Fishborn or Fishburn, Fisher, Fitch, Fitton, Flanders, Fleet, Fleetwood, Flegg, Fleming, Fletcher, Flint, Flory or Fleury, Flower (s), Floyd or Fludd, Fogg (e), Foley, Foliot, Fontaine, Foote, Ford, Fordham, Fordyce, Forest, Forman, Forster or Foster, Fortescue, Forth, Forward, Foulkes (Wales), Fowell or Vowell, Fowler, Fox, Foxall, Foxley, Frampton, Frances, Francey, Francis, Frank or Franke, Frankland or Franklin, Frederick, Freeland, Freeman, Freke, French, Frene, Frost, Fry or Frye, Fryer, Fulford, Fuller, Fulton

British Family Names:  G

Gabriel, Gadsby, Gage, Gaines, Gainsford, Gair, Gale or Gall, Gallard, Gallay or Galley, Gallop, Gamage, Gambon or Gamon, Gant or Gaunt, Gardiner, Gardner, Garfield, Garland, Garmston, Garnett, Garnier or Garner, Garrard or Garratt, Garrick, Garroway, Garter, Garth, Garton, Gascoyne, Gaskell, Gates, Gay, Gayer, Geare, Geary, Gedding, Gedney or Gidney, Gee, Gell, Gent, George, Gerard, Germain or Germyn, Gernon, Gervis, Gibbons, Gibbs, Gibson, Gideon, Giffard or Gifford, Gilbert, Giles or Gyles, Gilford, Gill, Gillam, Gillett, Gilman, Gilpin, Girdler, Gist, Gladwin, Glanvile or Glanville, Glascock or Glascott, Glasier or Glazier, Glegg, Glen, Glisson, Glover, Glyn, Goddard, Godden, Godfrey, Gold, Goldesborough, Golding, Goldsmith, Goldsworthy, Goldwell, Gooch, Good, Goodall, Goodchild, Goodenough, Gooding, Goodman, Goodrich, Goodridge, Goodwin, Goodyear, Gore, Gorney, Gorton, Gosling or Goselyn, Gough, Gould, Goulding, Gower, Gowland, Grace, Grafton, Grainger, Grandison, Grange, Grantham, Grave (s), Gray or Grey, Greaves, Green, Greenall, Greenfield, Greenough, Greenstreet, Greenway, Greenwell, Greenwood, Gregg, Gregory, Gregson, Gresham, Grieve, Griffin I, Griffin II, Griffith (Wales), Griffiths, Grimes I, Grimes II, Grimshaw, Grimsted, Grimston, Grimwood, Gross, Grosvenor, Grove, Grubb, Grundy, Grymsby, Guest, Guise or Guy, Gunning, Gurney, Gwyn or Gwynne

British Family Names:  H

Hack, Hacker, Hacket, Hadden, Haddock, Haddon, Hadfield or Hatfield, Hadley, Haggard, Haig, Haines or Haynes, Hake, Hales, Haley, Halford, Halifax, Hall, Hallet, Hallewell, Halliwell or Hollowell, Halloway, Halls, Halse, Halsey, Halsted, Halton, Hamden or Hampden, Hamelyn or Hamelin, Hamerton, Hammer, Hammersley, Hammes or Hames, Hammon, Hammond, Hampson, Hampton, Hanbury, Hanby, Hancock (e), Handley, Hanford, Hanke, Hanning, Hansard, Hanson, Harcourt, Hardgrave, Harding, Hardman, Hardwick, Hardy, Hare, Harford, Hargrave, Harington, Harley, Harling, Harlow, Harman, Harold, Harper, Harris I, Harris II, Harrison, Hart I, Hart II, Hartford, Hartley, Hartwell, Harvey or Hervey, Harward, Harwood, Hase, Hasel, Haselwood, Haskell, Haskins or Hoskins, Hastings, Hatch, Hatcliffe, Hathaway, Hatley, Hatton, Haughton or Houghton, Havering, Havers, Havilland, Haward, Hawes, Hawke, Hawkes, Hawkesworth, Hawkins, Hawley, Haworth or Hayworth, Haydon or Heydon, Hayes, Hayton, Hayward or Heyward, Haywood or Heywood, Head, Heald, Heard or Herd, Heath, Heathcote, Heather, Heatley, Heaton or Heton, Hebden, Hector, Hedges, Hedley, Heller, Hellier, Hellis, Heming or Hemming, Hemingway, Hender, Heneage, Henley, Henning, Henshaw, Hensley, Henson, Hepburn, Heppel, Herbert, Hereford or Hertford, Hering, Herle, Herman, Herne, Heron, Herrick, Hersey or Hershey, Herst, Hesketh, Hetherington, Hewes or Hues, Hewitt, Hewson, Hewston, Heyland, Heyman, Heynes, Heyton, Hibbert, Hiccock(s), Hickes, Hickman, Hickson, Higginbotham, Higgins, Higgs, Higham, Highfield, Highmore, Hildyard, Hill, Hillary, Hilliard or Hillier, Hillman, Hilton, Hinchcliffe, Hinchley, Hinchman, Hind (e), Hinks or Hincks, Hinson, Hinton, Hirst or Hurst, Hislop, Hitch, Hitchcock, Hitchins, Hoar (e), Hobart, Hobbs, Hobby, Hobhouse, Hobson, Hockley, Hocknell, Hodges, Hodgkins or Hodgkinson, Hodgson, Hodson, Hody, Hoggart, Holbrook, Holcombe, Holcroft, Holden, Holder, Holford, Holgate, Holland, Hollier, Hollingsworth, Hollis, Holloway, Holman, Holme (s) or Hulme, Holroyd, Holt I, Holt II, Holtby, Holton, Homer, Hone, Honeywill or Honeywell, Hood, Hook (e), Hooker, Hooper, Hopkins, Hopkinson, Hopton, Hopwood, Horn, Hornby, Horne, Horner, Hornsby or Hornesby, Horsely or Horsley, Horton, Hotton, Howard, Howe, Howell or Hovell, Howlett, Hoyle, Hubbard or Hubert, Huck (s), Huddy, Hudson, Hugford, Huggins, Hughes (Wales), Hull, Hulse, Hulton, Humfrey (s) or Humphreys, Hungerford, Hunt, Huntingdon or Huntington, Huntingfield, Huntley, Hussey, Hutchings, Hutchinson, Hutton I, Hutton II, Huxley, Hyatt, Hyde

British Family Names:  I

Ibbetson, Illey, Imhof, Impey, Ince, Inge, Ingerham, Ingham, Ingle (s), Ingleby, Ingledew, Ingram, Inwood, Irby, Ireland, Ireton, Irons, Ironside, Isaac, Isaacson, Isham, Isherwood, Ivan, Ives, Izzard

British Family Names:  J

Jackman, Jackson, Jacob I, Jacob II, Jakes or Jaques, James I, James II, Janson, Jarrett, Jarveis or Jarvis, Jason, Jay, Jebb, Jefferson, Jeffrey, Jeffreys (Wales), Jekyll, Jenison, Jenkes, Jenkins, Jenkinson, Jenner, Jenney, Jennings I, Jennings II, Jephson, Jermyn, Jervis, Jessop, Jobson, Jocelyn, Johns, Johnson I, Johnson II, Joliffe, Jolly or Jolley, Jones I, Jones II, Jones III (Wales), Jopling, Jordan, Joy, Joyce, Joyner, Judd, Judge, Judson, Justice

British Family Names:  K

Kay, Keats, Keeling, Keen, Kellam, Kellaway or Kelloway, Kellet, Kelsall, Kelsey, Kemble, Kemp, Kempton, Kendall, Kendrick, Kennard, Kennet, Kenning, Kent, Kenton, Kenward, Kenworthy, Kenyon, Kercher, Kerne, Kerrison, Kerry, Kershaw, Kestell, Kett, Kettle, Kew, Key or Keyes, Kidd, Kidwell (Wales), Kiffin, Kilburne or Kilborn, Kilby, Killingworth, Kimberley, Kinaston or Kynastin, Kinder, King, Kingsley, Kingston, Kinnersley, Kinsman, Kirby, Kirkby, Kirke, Kirketon, Kirkham, Kirkland, Kirton, Kitchener, Kitchens, Kitchin, Kite or Kyte, Knapp, Knatchbull, Knell, Knight, Knightly or Knightley, Knighton, Knowles

British Family Names:  L

Lacy or Lacey, Ladd, Lake, Lamb, Lambert, Lampson, Lancaster, Lancelot, Lander (s), Landon, Lane, Langdale, Langdon, Langford, Langham, Langholm (e), Langley, Langstaff, Langston, Langton, Lannoy, Lapp, Lark, Larkin, Latham, Latimer, Lavender, Laver I, Laver II, Lawford, Lawrence or Laurence, Lawson, Lawton, Laxton, Layton I, Layton II, Lea, Leach or Leech, Leadbitter or Leadbetter, Lear, Lee, Leeds, Leeson, Lefevre, Legat, Legge, Legh, Leigh, Leighton, Leke or Leake, Leman or Lemmon, Lennard, Lester, Lever, Leveson, Levett or Leavett, Levins, Lewes, Lewin, Lewis I (Wales), Lewis II, Lexington, Ley, Leyland, Liall or Lyall, Lightfoot, Lilly, Lincolne I, Lincolne II, Lindley, Linnet, Lisle, Lister, Littell or Little, Littler, Littleton, Livesey, Llewellyn (Wales), Lloyd, Locke, Lockwood, Lodge, Lomas or Loomis, Lomax, London, Loney, Long, Longden, Longfellow, Longford, Longstaff, Lonsdale, Lord, Loring (e), Lorty, Louth, Love I, Love II, Loveday, Lovejoy, Lovelace, Lovell, Lovet or Lovett, Lowe, Lower, Lowman, Lowndes, Lubbock, Lucas, Luck, Lucy, Ludlow, Luke, Lumley, Lund, Lunn, Lunsford, Lupton, Luscombe, Lusk, Luther, Luton, Luttrell, Lyndon, Lynn, Lytton or Litton

British Family Names:  M

Mackworth, Maddison, Maddox or Maddock, Mahew (e) or Mayhew, Main or Mayne, Mainwaring, Maire or Mayre, Major or Mayor, Makepeace, Malby, Mallard, Mallet, Mallory, Malpas, Man or Mann, Manchester, Mandeville, Manley or Mandley, Manners, Manning, Mansbridge, Mansel(l) or Mansfield, Mappin, Marbury, March, Marchand, Mare, Mark (s), Markham, Marley, Marlow (e), Marney, Marple (S), Marriott, Marsden, Marsh, Marshal (l) I, Marshal (l) II, Marsham, Martell, Martin or Martyn, Martindale, Marvin, Marwood, Mason, Massey, Masters, Mather, Mathew, Matson, Maude or Mawhood, Maurice or Morrice (Wales), Mawdesley, Max or Maxey, Maxfield, May, Maycock, Mayfield, Maynard, Mayo, Meacham, Meade, Meadows, Meager, Meakin, Meares, Medley, Mee, Meech, Meggs, Melbourne or Milborne, Mell, Mellor, Melton, Mercier, Mercy, Meredith, Merit or Merritt, Merlin, Merrick, Merrifield, Merrill, Merry, Merryman, Merton, Mervyn, Metcalfe, Metford, Metham, Mewes, Meyrick, Michelson, Mickleton, Middleton, Midgley, Milbank, Mildred, Miles or Myles, Milford, Millard or Meler, Miller, Millett, Millington, Milner, Milton, Milward, Minors, Mitchell or Michell, Mitford, Mogg, Mohun or Moynes, Mole, Molineux, Molins, Molson, Molton, Monck or Monk, Monckton, Monins, Monson or Munson, Montague, Montford, Moody, Moone or Moon, Moore I, Moore II, Moorhouse, Mordaunt, Morden or Mordon, More, Moreland or Mereland, Moreton or Morton, Morgan I (Wales), Morgan II (Wales), Morgan III (Wales), Morison, Morland, Morley, Morrell, Morrey, Morris (Wales), Morse, Mortimer, Mortlock, Moseley or Mosley, Moss, Mostyn, Mott, Mowbray, Mower, Moyer, Moyes, Moyle, Mulcaster or Muncaster, Mules, Mullett, Mumford, Mundy, Munn, Muschamps, Musgrave, Myers, Mytton

British Family Names:  N

Nanney or Nanny, Napier or Napper, Nash, Nathan, Naylor, Neale, Needham, Nelson I, Nelson II, Nelthorpe, Nevill or Neville, New or Newe, Newark (e), Newbery, Newbold, Newburgh, Newcomb (e), Newcomen, Newell, Newland, Newman, Newmarch, Newport, Newsom or Newsam, Newton, Nicholas, Nicholl, Nicholls, Nicholson, Nightingale, Nisbet, Noble, Noel, Noone, Norbury or Norbery, Norgate, Norland, Norman I, Norman II, Norrington, Norris or Norreys I, Norris or Norreys II, North, Northcote or Northcott, Northey, Norton, Norwich, Norwood or Northwood, Nott, Nottingham, Nowell, Noyes, Nunn, Nurse, Nutt, Nuttall

British Family Names:  O

Oakeley, Oakes, Oare, Oates I, Oates II, Oddie or Oddy, Odin or Odo, Offield or Ofield, Offley, Ogarde or Ogard, Ogden, Ogle, Oglethorpe, Oldcastle, Oldfield, Oliffe, Oliver, Oliverson, Olley, Olney, Olton or Owlton, Onley, Opie, Orange, Orby, Orchard, Ord, Ordway, Orgill, Orme, Ormerod, Ormesby, Ormiston, Orrell, Orton, Orwell, Osborn (e), Osmond, Otteley, Otter, Otway, Ouseley, Overman, Overton, Owen I, Owen II, Owtred or Oughtred, Oxford, Oxley, Oxney, Oxton

British Family Names:  P

Pace, Pack or Packe, Packenham, Packer, Packington, Packwood, Paddon, Paddy, Page, Paget, Pakeman, Palk, Pallant, Palley, Palmer, Pannell, Panton, Pape, Papworth, Paramour or Paramore, Pardoe, Pares, Parfitt, Paris, Parke, Parker I, Parker II, Parkes, Parkhouse, Parkhurst, Parkins, Parkinson, Parnell, Parnham, Parr, Parrott, Parry (Wales), Parsons, Partington, Partridge, Parvis, Pascall or Paschall, Pashley, Paske, Pasmore or Passmore, Paston, Patch, Pate, Pateshall, Patten, Paul, Paulet or Powlet, Paveley, Pawley, Pawson, Paxton, Payler, Payne, Paynter, Peach, Peachey, Peacock I, Peacock II, Peak (e), Pearce, Pearse, Pearson or Pierson, Peart or Pert, Pease, Peat, Peche, Peck, Peckham, Pedder, Pedigrew, Pedler, Pedley, Peek, Peel, Peers, Peirse, Pelham, Pell, Pellett, Pellew, Pelley, Pelton, Peltot, Pemberton, Pembridge, Pembroke, Pender, Pendleton, Pendred, Penell, Penfold, Penford, Pengeley, Penketh, Penley, Penman (Gibraltar), Penn, Pennant, Penner, Penney, Penning, Pennington, Penny, Penrice, Penrith, Penrose, Penton, Penway, Peperell, Peploe, Pepper, Pepys, Perceval, Percy, Perks, Perrin, Perrott, Perry, Perryman, Pershall or Peshall, Perton, Peter or Petre, Peters, Peterson, Petit, Pett, Pettet, Petty or Pettie, Peverell, Peyton or Payton, Phelps, Phesant, Philips or Phillips, Phillimore or Filmore, Phillipson, Phillpot, Phipps, Pickard or Picard, Pickering, Pickett, Pickford, Pickwick, Pickworth, Picton, Pierpont, Pigeon, Pigott, Pike, Pilcher, Pilgrim, Pilkington, Pindar or Pinner, Pine or Pyne, Pinfold, Pinkerton, Pinson or Pynson, Pipe, Piper, Pitcher, Pitchford, Pitfield, Pitman, Pitt, Platt, Player, Playfair, Playford, Pleasance, Pledger, Plessis or Plessey, Plomer, Plompton or Plumpton, Plott, Plowden, Plum, Plummer, Pocklington, Pole or Poole, Poley, Pollard, Pollen or Paulin, Ponsonby, Poor (e), Pope, Popham, Porcher, Port (e), Porter, Portman, Pott (s), Potter, Pottinger, Poulter, Poulton, Pound, Povey, Powell (Wales), Powis or Powys, Pownall, Powtrell, Poyner, Poynter, Poynton, Poyntz, Pratt, Prentice, Prescot, Prescott, Preston, Prestwich, Prettyman or Pretty, Price or Pryce (Wales), Priddle, Prideaux, Pridham, Pridmore, Priest or Prest, Priestley or Prestley, Prince, Prior or Pryer, Pritchard, Proctor, Proud, Prous or Prowse, Provost, Prudhome, Pugh, Pulford, Pullen, Purdey or Purdy, Purefoy, Purnell, Purser, Purvis, Pusey, Putnam II, Putnam or Putman, Pye, Pyle, Pym, Pynsent, Pyrton

British Family Names:  Q

Quaile, Quain, Quarles, Quatermain, Quelch, Quennell, Quick (e), Quilter, Quincy, Quintin or Quinton

British Family Names:  R

Radborn (e), Radcliffe, Radford, Ragland (Wales), Raikes, Rainer, Raines, Raleigh, Ramsbotham, Ramsden, Ramsey, Rand or Randes, Randall, Randolph, Raney, Ranson, Raper, Ratcliff, Rathbone, Raven, Ravenhill, Ravenscroft, Rawdon, Rawles, Rawlings, Rawlins, Rawlinson, Rawson, Ray, Raymond, Raynford, Rea or Ree, Read I, Read II, Reade or Reed, Reading or Reding, Readshaw, Reddish, Redman, Redwood, “Rees, Rhys or Rice”, Reeves, Remington, Renshaw, Reson or Reason, Revel (l), Reyman, Reynard, Reynell, Reynes, Reynolds I, Reynolds II, Rhodes, Rich, Richards I, Richards II, Richardson, Richmond, Ricketts, Riddall or Riddel, Ridell, Rider, Ridge, Ridgeway, Ridgley, Ridler, Ridley, Ridout, Ridsdale, Rigby, Rigg (s), Rigley or Wrigley, Ring, Ringwood, Ripley, Rippon, Rise, Risebrow or Risebrough, Rivers I, Rivers II, Rivett or Riffett, Robartes or Robarts, Roberts, Roberts (Wales), Robin, Robins, Robinson, Robotham or Rowbottom, Robson, Robyns or Robbins, Rochester, Rochford, Rock (e), Rockwell, Rockwood, Rodd, Roddam, Roderick (Wales), Rodney, Rodway, Roebuck, Rogers, Rolfe, Rolle, Rolleston, Rolt, Romney or Rumney, Rone or Roan, Rook (e), Roope, Roos, Roper, Roscoe, Rose, Roseberry, Rosher, Rosseter, Roswell, Rotheram, Rothwell, Round, Rowan, Rowdon, Rowe, Rowland, Rowlett, Rowley, Rowntree, Roy, Roydon, Royse, Royston, Rudd (Wales), Rudge, Rumford, Rundle, Rusby, Rush, Rushbrook, Rushby or Rusheby, Rushworth, Russell, Rust, Rutt, Rutter, Rycroft, Ryder, Rye, Ryland

British Family Names:  S

Sabin (e), Sackville, Sadington, Sadleir or Sadler, Sage, Sainsbury, Saint, Sale (s), Salisbury, Salmon, Salter, Salvin, Salwey, Samborne or Sanborn, Sames or Samms, Samford, Sampson, Samuel, Sandby, Sanders or Saunders, Sanderson, Sandes or Sandys or Sands, Sandford, Sandon, Sanford, Santon, Sare (s), Sargant or Sergeant, Savage, Savery, Saville, Sawle, Sawyer, Saxby, Saxton or Sexton, Say, Sayer, Scales, Scarborough, Scarlett, Scobell, Scofield, Scott, Scratton, Scriven, Scrivener, Scroggs or Scruggs, Scroope or Scrope, Scudamore or Skidmore, Seabright, Seagar or Seager, Seagrave or Seagrove, Seagrim or Seagram, Seale, Sealy, Seaman, Searle, Sears or Sayer, Seddon, Segar, Segdewick, Segrave, Selby, Selioke or Selleck, Selley or Silley, Selman, Selwyn, Severn (e), Seward, Sewell, Sexton, Seymour, Shackleton, Shadforth, Shadwell, Shadworth, Shafto, Shakespear (e), Shapleigh or Shapley, Sharp, Sharples, Shaw, Shears, Sheffield, Sheldon, Shelley, Shelton, Shepard, Shepley or Shipley, Sheppard, Sherar or Sherard, Sherborne, Sherbrooke, Sheriff (e), Sherington, Sherman, Sherwin, Sherwood, Shield, Shiers, Shillington, Shipman or Shipham, Shipton, Shirley or Sherley, Shone, Shore, Short, Shorter, Shrigley, Shum, Shute, Shuttleworth, Sidley, Sidney or Sydney, Sikes or Sykes, Silby or Sylby, Silver, Silvester, Simcoe, Simeon, Simonds or Simon, Simpson, Singleton, Sitwell, Skeffington, Skelton, Skerett or Skerit, Skilling, Skinner, Skipton, Skipwith, Skull, Slack, Slade, Slader, Slaney or Slany, Slater, Slegge or Slegg, Slingsby, Sloper, Slough, Smale or Smalley, Small, Smallman, Smallwood, Smart or Smert, Smedley, Smith, Smithers, Smithson, Smithwick, Smyth, Smythe, Smythson, Snell, Snelling, Sneyd or Sneed, Snow, Snowdon, Soame, Sole, Somer, Somerfield, Somerford, Somers or Summers, Somerset, Somerton, Somerville, Soper, Sorrell, Sotheby, South, Southby, Southcott, Southern, Southey, Southham, Southwell, Southworth, Sowdon, Sowerby, Spalding, Sparke (s), Sparrow, Speake, Spearman, Speke or Spike, Spelman or Spilman, Spence I, Spence II, Spencer, Sperling or Spurling, Spicer or Spycer, Spiller, Spinkes, Spooner, Spragg, Spranger, Spratt, Sprigg (e), Spring, Sprott, Spry, Squibb, Squire, St George, St John, Stable, Stacker, Stackhouse, Stacy (e), Stafford, Stagg, Staines, Stainton, Stamford or Stanford, Stamp, Stanbridge, Stanbury or Stanbery, Standard, Standen, Standish, Stanfield, Stanford, Stanhope, Stanley, Stanton or Staunton, Stanwix or Stanwick, Staple, Stapleton, Starkey or Starkie, Starling, Starr, Staveley, Stead or Steed, Stedman, Steel (e), Steer (e), Stephens or Stevens, Stephenson or Stevenson, Stepney, Sterne, Steward, Stiles or Styles, Stilwell, Stobart, Stockdale, Stocker, Stockley, Stockton, Stockwell, Stockwood, Stoddart, Stoke, Stokes or Stock, Stone I, Stone II, Stoner, Stopford or Stockport, Storer, Storey, Stork, Storr, Story, Stoughton, Stow (e), Strait (s), Strange, Stranger, Strangways, Stratford, Stratton, Street (e), Strelley, Stretton, Strickland, Stringer, Strode, Strong, Strother, Strutt, Stubbs, Studdy, Studley, Sturdy, Sturgis or Sturges, Sturt, Sudbury, Sulley, Sumner, Sumpter, Surtees, Sutcliffe, Sutton, Swain or Swayne, Swainson, Swale, Swallow, Swan, Swanson, Sweet, Sweeting, Sweetland, Swift, Swinford, Swinnerton, Sydenham, Syer, Symes, Symons, Syms

British Family Names:  T

Taap or Tapp, Taber, Tait, Talbot, Tame, Tankard, Tanke, Tanner, Tappin, Tarleton, Tarpley, Tash, Tate, Tatham, Tattersall, Taunton, Tay, Taylor I, Taylor II, Teale, Teasdale, Tee or Tye, Tempest, Templar or Templer, Temple, Templeman, Tench, Tennison, Terrell, Terry, Tetley or Titley, Tetlow, Tew, Thackeray or Thackery, Thaker or Thacker, Thatcher, Thayer, Theobald, Thetford, Thomas, Thomas (Wales), Thomason, Thompson I, Thompson II, Thorber, Thorley, Thornbery or Thornbury, Thornburg (h), Thorndike, Thorne, Thornhill, Thornton, Thorold, Thorp, Thurburn, Thurlow (e), Thursby, Thurston, Thwaites, Tibbs, Tidwell or Todwell, Tiffin, Till, Tilley, Tilney, Tilson or Tilston, Timpson, Tims, Tindall, Tinney, Tinsley, Tipper, Tippet (s), Tipping, Tirrell or Tyrell, Tisdale or Tisdall, Tison or Tyson, Titus, Toby, Todd, Todman, Toler or Toller, Tolhurst, Toll or Tolle, Tolley, Tolson, Tom, Tomes, Tomkins or Thompkins, Tomlins, Tomlinson, Tompson, Tonge or Tong, Tonkin, Tony, Took (e), Tooley, Toone, Topham, Topp, Topping, Torner, Torney or Tourney, Torrence, Torrington, Totenham, Tott, Tovey, Towers, Towgood or Toogood, Towne, Townley, Townsend, Towry, Towse, Tracy, Trafford, Traherne, Trane, Travers, Treadway, Trelawny, Tremayne (Tremaine), Trenchard, Trendell, Trent, Tresham, Trevett, Trevor, Trew, Treys, Triggs or Trygg, Trimmer, Trimnell, Tripp, Trist, Tristram, Tross, Trotman, Trott, Trotter, Troughton, Trout, Troutbeck or Troutback, Trowbridge, Trowell, Trower, Troyte, Truman, Trumbull, Truscott ot Truscoat, Trussel, Tryon, Tubb, Tuck, Tucker or Tooker, Tuckett, Tudor, Tugwell, Tuke, Tunstall, Tupper, Turnbull I, Turnbull II, Turner, Turpin, Turtle, Turton, Tutt, Twine ot Twain, Twining, Twist, Twyford, Tyas or Tyes, Tye, Tyldesley, Tyler, Tyrwhitt, Tyson

British Family Names:  U

Underhill, Underwood, Unwin or Unwyn, Upton

British Family Names:  V

Vale, Valence, Valentine, Valliant, Vampage, Van (Wales), Vane or Fane, Varley, Varney, Vaughan (Wales), Vaux, Vavasour, Veale, Venables, Venn, Venner, Verdon, Vere, Verney, Vernon, Vickers, Vickery, Vidal, Viell, Villiers, Vincent, Vine, Viner or Vyner, Viney, Violet, Vipont, Vivian, Vosper

British Family Names:  W

Waddington, Wade, Wadham, Wadman, Wadsley, Wadsworth, Wager, Wagner, Wagstaff, Wainwright, Wait (e) or Wayte, Wake, Wakefield, Wakeford, Wakeham, Wakeley, Wakeman, Wakerley, Walcot, Waldegrave, Walden, Waldron II, Waldron or Walrond, Waldy or Waldie, Wale, Walford, Walker I, Walker II, Walkey, Walkingham, Walkington, Wall, Waller, Walles, Wallinge, Wallinger or Wellinger, Wallingford, Wallingham, Wallington, Wallis, Walmesley, Walpole, Walter, Walters, Waltham, Walthers, Walton I, Walton II, Walworth or Woolworth, Walwyn, Warburton, Ward, Warde, Wardell, Warden, Ware, Waring, Warner, Warre, Warren, Warrington, Warter, Warton, Warwick, Washborne or Washburn, Washington, Wass, Waterfield, Waterford, Waterhouse I, Waterhouse II, Waterman, Waters I, Waters II, Waterton, Watford, Watkins (Wales), Watkinson, Watson, Watt, Watton, Watts, Way, Wayland or Weyland, Wayne, Wayneman or Wenman, Weare, Weaver, Webb, Webber, Webley, Webster I, Webster II, Wedge, Wedgewood, Weekes or Wykes, Wegg, Welborne or Welburn, Welby, Welch or Welsh, Welcome, Weld, Weldon, Welford, Wellend, Weller, Welles or Wells, Wellings, Wellington, Welman, Welston, Wenham, Wenlock, Wensley or Wendesley, Wentworth, Werden, Wescot or Wescott, Wesley, West, Westbrook, Westby, Westerman, Western, Westfield, Westley, Weston, Westwood, Wetherall, Wetherby, Wever, Weymouth, Whaley, Wharton, Whatley or Wheatley, Wheatcroft, Wheeler or Wheler, Wheelock, Whight, Whipple, Whistler, Whitacre or Whitaker, Whitbread, Whitby, Whitchurch, Whitcombe, White, Whitefield or Whitfield, Whitehall, Whitehead, Whitehorn, Whitehorse, Whitehurst, Whitelaw, Whiteman or Whitman, Whiteway, Whitford, Whitham, Whiting, Whitingham, Whitington, Whitley, Whitlock, Whitmore, Whitney, Whitter, Whittle, Whitton, Whitty, Whitwell, Whitworth, Wicke, Wickens or Wiggins, Wickham, Wicks, Wiggett, Wight, Wightwick, Wigley, Wigmore, Wignall, Wigton, Wilcocks, Wilcox, Wild, Wilder, Wilding, Wildman, Wiles, Wilford, Wilkes, Wilkie, Wilkins, Wilkinson, Willan, Willard, Willet, Williams I, Williams II, Williams III, Williamson, Willie, Willingham, Willington, Willis, Willison, Willmot, Willoughby, Wilmer, Wilson, Wilton, Wiltshire, Wimberley, Wimble, Winch, Winchell, Winchester, Winckley, Winder, Windsor, Winford, Wingate, Wingfield or Wynfield, Wingrove, Winn or Wynn, Winslow, Winstanley, Winter, Winterbottom, Winterburne, Winthrop, Winwood, Wise, Wiseman, Wisham, Withers, Witt, Witton, Witts, Wolcott, Wolf, Wolfe, Wollaston, Wolley, Wolmer, Wolseley, Wolton, Wolverton, Wood, Woodall or Woodhall, Woodard, Woodburgh, Woodburn, Woodcock, Wooden, Woodfield, Woodford, Woodgate, Woodham, Woodhouse, Woodland, Woodman, Woodridge, Woodrof or Woodrow, Woodroff or Woodruff, Woods, Woodstock, Woodward, Woodwards, Woolridge, Woolston, Woorley or Worley, Wootton or Wotton, Wordsworth, Wormley, Worseley or Worsley, Worth, Wortham, Worthington, Wortley, Wray or Wrey, Wren, Wright, Wrightson, Wroth, Wroughton, Wyatt, Wye, Wyke, Wyman, Wyndham, Wynger

British Family Names:  Y

Yale, Yarborough, Yard, Yardeley or Yardley, Yarnell, Yarrow, Yate (s), Yaxley, Yeamans or Yeomons, Yeaton, Yellen, Yelverton, Yeo, Yerbury, Yonge, York (e), Young I, Young II, Younge, Younger

British Family Names:  Z

Zachary, Zouch,

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