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Last name: Carlton

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Language of the text: English
Nobility: Knights - Lords
Nobles in:England
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Carlton


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Nobility crown CarltonThe surname 'Carlton' is of English origin. It is derived from the habitation name from any of the various places so called, from the Old Norman word 'Karl', meaning 'common man', 'peasant', and the Old English word 'tun', meaning 'enclosure', 'settlement'. The place names commencing with 'C-', rather than 'Ch-', are in areas of Scandinavian settlement, mostly in Northern England. Public and Civil registry archive's confirm that the surname 'Carlton' and or it's variant's, date as far back as the thirteenth century were a 'John de Carleton', from the county of Lincolnshire, England, is recorded on the Hundred Rolls in twelve hundred and seventy-three. Historical archive's have been unable to definitely determine the exact period of settlement in North America but It is believed that the forefather's of this surname were part of the exodus of migrants that followed the Treaty of Peace signed in Paris in 1763, when great ...

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Blazon Carlton

Coat of arms of family Carlton

1. Coat of arms of family: Carlton
Language of the text: English

Erminoise on a bend azure, a fleur-de-lis between two pheons or. Mantling azure and or. Crest-On a wreath of colours issuing out of an annulet or, a dexter hand embowed , the hand grasping an arrow in bend sinister, both proper. Motto-"Vincit amor Patriae."

Blazon of family Carlton from England. Sources: "Irish Names and Surnames by Rev.Patrick Woulfe"; "Emigrants from England to the American Colonies 1773-1776 by Peter Wilson Coldham"; "Burke's American Families the genological publishing company"; "A Dictionary of Surnames by Hanks and Hodges".

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Coat of arms of family Carlton

2. Coat of arms of family: Carlton
Language of the text: English

Argent, on a bend, azure, three lozenges between a gemel, argent.

Coat of arms of family Carlton from England

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