Sangster

Origen: Normando. The Sangster name was originally an Anglo-Saxon name that was given to a person who was a singaere or musician. During the Middle Ages people were identified by the type of work one did and were referred to in this manner. The traveling musician was therefore named the singaere, and was a well known and respected figure in medieval times. He was the main entertainer at fairs and festivals and was also a source of news and idle gossip from the neighboring towns.

Variantes: Sangster, Singer, Singers, Singar y otros.

Motto: Fidelity prevails.

 

Singles / Others / Otros / Sangster ( modificado el / modified on 20.03.2017 )