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Shockley Genealogy & History

Shockley is an English name of uncertain origin. Most likely it is locational, first given to people who lived in the town of Shocklach in Cheshire. That name is derived from the Old English words sceocca, meaning evil spirit or goblin, and laecc, meaning a boggy stream. Shockley family history is first recorded with one Adam de Shakerley (an alternate spelling), who lived roughly in the year 1200. Shockley genealogy includes William Shockley, a physicist who co-won the Nobel Prize in 1956 for co-inventing the point-contact transistor. The Shockley family motto is antiquum obtinens, which means possessing our ancient honor.

Shockley Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Aaron Shockley-- --, 1969April 14,2009DE
Barbara Shockley-- --, 1915August 21,2007WA
Cager Shockley-- --, 1937August 12,1994TN
Daisy Shockley-- --, 1898June ,1976IN

Shockley Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Earl Shockley-- --, 1903June ,1977Dover,DE
Fannie Shockley-- --, 1904September ,1991Burlington,NC
Gail Shockley-- --, 1953December ,1981O Brien,OR
H William Shockley-- --, 1930March 1,2009Savannah,GA

Shockley Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Brian ShockleyCharly PorterOctober 6,2000Bosque, TX
Cleveland ShockleyRetha OakleyAugust 8,2000Rockwall, TX
David ShockleyMartha TenhetAugust 4,1990Wake, NC
Sam ShockleyAnita NicholsJuly 17,1946Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Shockley

2459th: Masterson2460th: Clevenger
2461st: Andrew2462nd: East
2463rd: Jack2464th: Hills
2465th: Coley2466th: Muir
2467th: Lankford2468th: Fontaine

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