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Origin of Olp

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Origin of Olp, Meaning of Olp

Origin: The surname came from the Norman conquerors of England. The descendents of Eudo 'Comes Brittanie' came through England. One of the descendants married Helewisa de Glanville, the daughter of Ranulf de Glanville. One of the sons was named Ranulf for his grandfather, and he named his son Ranulf. In the custom of the day, that son was Ranulf FitzRanulf. The family name develped from Ranulf FitzRanulf. Most branches dropped the Fitz later, my line in the late 1800's.
Surnames: Fitzrandall, Fitzrandolph, Randal, Randall, Randolph
Submitted by: Richard Randolph
Origin of Olp, Meaning of Olp

Origin: From Ead, happiness, and ulph, help--happy help
Surnames: Adolphus, Adolph
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