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Stahlman Coat of Arms / Stahlman Family Crest  This Norwegian and Danish surname STAHLMAN was an occupational name for a foundry worker, one...

Staal Coat of Arms / Staal Family Crest - This Norwegian and Danish surname STAAL was an occupational name for a foundary worker, one who dealt with steel. The name is also spelt Stahle, Stahler, .

Origins Available: Danish, German, Norwegian, Swedish  Where did the Norwegian Larsen family come from? What is the Norwegian coat of arms/f...

Larsen Coat of Arms / Larsen Family Crest - The surname of LARSEN is of Danish origin, a baptismal name 'the son of Lars or Lawrence' a name meaning laurel, which is the symbol of victory.

Hultquist Coat of Arms / Hultquist Family Crest  This Swedish, English and Danish/Norwegian topographic name of HULTQUIST was derived from t...

Hultquist Coat of Arms / Hultquist Family Crest This Swedish, English and Danish/Norwegian topographic name of HULTQUIST was derived from t.

The name is also a Danish and Norwegian name meaning 'the son of Martin'. This name was borne by a famous 4th century saint, Martin of Tours...

Pridgen Coat of Arms / Pridgen Family Crest - The surname of PRIDGEN was a baptismal name 'the son of Prujean' an ancient personal name, now forgotten.

Janssen Coat of Arms / Janssen Family Crest  This Danish, Dutch, Norwegian, Swiss and German surname of JANSSEN was a baptismal name meaning...

Janssen Coat of Arms / Janssen Family Crest This Danish, Dutch, Norwegian, Swiss and German surname of JANSSEN was a baptismal name meaning.

This English, Swedish and Danish/Norwegian topographic name was derived from the Old Norman LUNDR, a name familiar to County Lancashire, and...

Lund Coat of Arms / Lund Family Crest - This English, Swedish and Danish/Norwegian topographic name was derived from the Old Norman LUNDR, a name familiar to County Lancashire, and in fact a number of .

Coat of arms of Erik Eriksen Banner (1484-1554) to Kokkedal and Kalø. A member of the National Council before under and after The Count's Feud.

Coat of arms of Erik Eriksen Banner to Kokkedal and Kalø. A member of the National Council before under and after The Count's Feud.

The surname of OHLSON was of Danish and Norwegian origin. It was a baptismal name 'the son of Ole or Olaf'. It was originally derived from t...

Seitz Coat of Arms / Seitz Family Crest - The associated coat of arms for this name are recorded in J.

This Danish, Dutch, Norwegian, Swiss and German surname of JANSEN, was a baptismal name meaning 'the son of Jan' the Dutch and Scandinavian ...

Janson Coat of Arms / Janson Family Crest - This Danish, Dutch, Norwegian, Swiss and German surname of JANSON, was a baptismal name meaning 'the son of Jan' the Dutch and Scandinavian form of JOHN.

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Olsen Coat of Arms / Olsen Family Crest - The surname of OLSEN was of Danish and Norwegian origin.

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