Behind the Name: Surnames Starting with C

Surnames Starting with C. The nickname was commonly added to given names to create diminutives such as Hancock or Alcock. COCKBURNScottish, English Originally indicated someone who came from Cockburn, a place in Berwickshire. The place name is derived from Old English cocc “rooster…

The most common surnames beginning with C – sofeminine

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Surnames [Last Names] Starting With C in the United States

6040 rows · List of the Most Common Surnames starting with “C” in the U.S. The following tables …

SURNAME APPROXIMATE NUMBER % FREQUENCY RANK
CAAL 0 n/a 65207
CAAMANO 0 n/a 41197
CABA 0.001 2,487 17014
CABADA 0 n/a 41196

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Last names beginning with C in the United States

2903 rows · Last names beginning with C in the United States Last names starting with “C” in the US …

SURNAME RANK IN AMERICA ESTIMATED NUMBE… FREQUENCY OF OCCURRENCE OUT …
CAAL 101654 164 0.06
CAAMAL 71143 256 0.09
CAAMANO 27721 817 0.3
CAAN 125639 126 0.05

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British surnames beginning with ‘C’ | British Surnames

A comprehensive guide to the origins, meanings, etymologies and distribution of thousands of British surnames. Find out where in the world your surname originated, what it originally meant and how many other people you share it with. British surnames beginning with ‘C’.

Surnames Beginning With the Letter C – NGFS

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Surnames beginning with C – oldscottish.com

Surnames beginning with C. The table also gives some indication of how common those surnames are. Rank The column marked Rank gives an indication of the frequency with which a surname appears in Scottish historical records. The record sets used to determine this rank are Census (1841-1911), Old Parish Registers 1538-1854,