York / Yorke
The names York and Yorke in Ireland are usually of immigrant origin having been brought into the Province of Ulster by settlers who arrived from England, especially during the seventeenth century. York is also the anglicized form of the native Gaelic Mac Conchearcha Sept, meaning 'hound of Cearc'.
Origen: Normando. First found in Wiltshire where they were seated from very ancient times, before and after the Norman Conquest in 1066.
Variantes: York, Yorke y otros.
Motto Translated: Neither desire nor fear.
|Francis York & Edith May Hannay ( modificado el 20.03.2017 )|
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|Thomas York & Mary Quinn y Smyth ( modificado el 20.03.2017 )|