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Abernathy Genealogy & History

Abernathy is an English locational surname, from the settlement in Perthshire of the tribe of Picts. It comes from the Pictish word Abernethy, meaning mouth of the river Nethy, and referred to the location of their village at the site where the river Nethy met the sea around England. Abernathy family history starts in America in 1718, when William Abernathy sailed to Connecticut. Abernathy genealogy boasts of a fair few notable people, such as Federal Communications Commission head Kathleen Abernathy, early 20th Century Oklahoma United States Marshal Jack Abernathy, luger and oldest female competing Olympian Anne Abernathy, and civil rights leader Ralph Abernathy.

Abernathy Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Ray Abernathy-- --, 1930October 8,1997NC
Bailey Abernathy-- --, 1930March 6,2002NC
C Hoyle Abernathy-- --, 1928November ,1987NC
Daisy Abernathy-- --, 1909May 6,1999TX

Abernathy Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Earl Abernathy-- --, 1897April ,1968Oxford,PA
Fae Abernathy-- --, 1904September 13,1993Jackson,TN
G Hubert Abernathy-- --, 1920February 22,2000Rocky Mount,NC
Hadley Abernathy-- --, 1906March 5,2001Phoenix,AZ

Abernathy Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Billy AbernathyCarolyn ThompsonMarch 9,1963Wake, NC
Clatie AbernathyPattie DentonJune 11,1937Wake, NC
Dale AbernathyDonna DunawayJuly 6,1985Wake, NC
Earnest AbernathySheryl DeloacheApril 7,2001Harris, TX

Most Common Surnames After Abernathy

1881st: Schuler1882nd: Hargrove
1883rd: Willoughby1884th: Farrar
1885th: McGregor1886th: Champion
1887th: Dukes1888th: Skelton
1889th: Arndt1890th: Blackmon

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