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Origin of Field

Total Records: 27 
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: The original family name was Fielding - it was changed during the immigration process to Feeley - because the immigration authorities couldn't understand my Irish forefather's brough and he evidently was unable to read. This as far as I know took place during the Potato Famine - Joseph Fielding emigrated from Belfast area of Ireland .
Surnames: Feeley, Fielding
Submitted by: Kate Sevigny
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: Highfield surname originated in Southampton, England. Part of Southampton is still named Highfield.
Surnames: Highfield
Submitted by: Michael J. Highfield
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: To the best of my knowledge: Greenfield's arrived in Massachusets ~ 1640's and originated from Scotland.
Surnames: Greenfield
Submitted by: Phil Greenfield
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: The surname FIFIELD appears to be derived from an old Anglo-Saxon measure of land, the hide. A hide was the amount deemed necessary to support a family, and varied according to the quality of the land. A common family group was five hides of land Several small English villages are called Fifield or a variant. There are over 60 variants of the name Fifield
Surnames: Fefeld, Fifield, Fivefield, Fyfield, Fyphild, Phifield, Phyfield
Submitted by: Jacqueline Woolnough
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: This surname seems to have come from Beddingfield/Bedingfield. My line is from William Beddingfield who married Elizabeth Yelverton. We came from England to the US down through NC, GA into AL.
Surnames: Benefield
Submitted by: Kim Moncus Brown
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Origin: Ransom Burdette Chatfield, born 27 Jun 1853 Palmyra, Wisc. Married Sarah Baird, born 1854 Troy Center, Wisc. 1 child known, Harry James born Oct 5, 1881 seeking any additional information
Surnames: CHATFIELD
Submitted by: Nancy Buchan
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: william mytton littlefield born Enfield, England 1834 died 1909. Son Arthur Mytton Littlefield born 1887 emigrated to Canada, died Toronto 1919 of Spanish Influenza. He was a paper hanger who had three children, Arthur, Vincent and Muriel. Looking for links to Mytton family in England.
Surnames: littlefield
Submitted by: angie littlefield
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Origin: Andrew Bloomfield, B.1870-d.1954. Worked an railroad in IL, lived in Highland Park, IL. M Ann, , son Harold b. 1910-d. 1978 daughter Anne b.? d. 1948. grandsons John A. Bloomfield, John C. Rasmussen & Robert Rasmussen. May have had brother, imigrated from Scotland late 1800's. Little else is known. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. --Grdsn John A. Bloomfield
Surnames: Bloomfield
Submitted by: John Bloomfield
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: Grandparents Noah Fields & Louella (spoonamore) Fields
Surnames: Fields
Submitted by: Laura Fields
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: Researching my 3rd great-grandfather ROBERT A. WHITFIELD, born abt 1835 in North Carolina and died in 1862 in the Civil War, serving in the Georgia Infantry. Last 'official' record of him is in the 1860 Gordon County, Georgia Census. Two other Whitfield males listed in that Census - GEORGE W. WHITFIELD (born abt 1815 in NC) and JOHN G. WHITFIELD (born abt 1837 in NC). Anyone having any connections to these Whitfields or any advice on where I might find more, please let me know! Thanks!
Surnames: WHITFIELD
Submitted by: Stacy Cox
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: Family of James Haverfield (Ohio, Kansas, Pennsylvania)
Surnames: Haverfield
Submitted by: Kathleen Maca
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: I am researching all instances of the Scardefield surname (and variants) and would be pleased to exchange information on it.
Surnames: Scardefield
Submitted by: Linda Monk
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: I am trying to find where Hubbel Redfield 1875-1941 was born.
Surnames: Redfield
Submitted by: Lanny Davis
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: In north of England
Surnames: FALLOWFIELD
Submitted by: Tracy
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: looking for a susan attfield Married a john mcfarlane no dates He was bporn scotland and they lived aroungd the Ballarat area.
Surnames: Attfield
Submitted by: carmel Dickson
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: JEFFRIE MAYFIELD born August 16, 1902 in TN. Mother:Margaret Saphrona McKelvy, Father Pleasant Douglas Mayfield. Brothers Noah, Newton, Luke, and Frank: Sisters Cora, Winnie, Pearl& Vera. Last seen by brother Noah in a Northern State working at a service station. Could have changed identity.
Surnames: Mayfield
Submitted by: J. Hannah
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: Thomas Henry & Eliza emigrated to Australia from England with their 9 children in 1928.
Surnames: Wakefield
Submitted by: B. Wakefield
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: Powerful and gentle
Surnames: Brinsfield
Submitted by: Brinsfield
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Origin: Barnfield

English origin means barn in a field
Surnames: Barnfield
Submitted by: glitz
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Origin: Enfielde

Old English origin means area of open land belonging to Eana
Surnames: Enfielde
Submitted by: glitz
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Origin: Longfield

Olde English origin means long field
Surnames: Longfield
Submitted by: glitz
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Origin: Westfield

English origin means from the West field
Surnames: Westfield
Submitted by: glitz
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Origin: Blanchfield is an anglicisation of de Blancheville, a Norman family name based in Ireland. The original name would have signified a norman knight as coming from Blancheville or 'whitetown'.
Surnames: Blanchfield
Submitted by: Greg Blanchfield
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Origin: The name Harshfield / Hershfield means Deerfield and comes from Germany
Surnames: Harshfield / Hershfield
Submitted by: marlene harshfield fink
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Origin: Schofield-old English for "white field"
Surnames: Schofield
Submitted by: Jessica
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: Ox Hill
Surnames: Brassfield
Submitted by: Terry Brassfield
Origin of Field, Meaning of Field

Origin: The name Wakefield is a place name. It means: From the field of the yearly Wake (festival). I have an inkling that it does stem from the area known as Wakefield in England.
Surnames: Wakefield
Submitted by: Jill Wakefield

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