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Barron Genealogy & History

Barron is an Irish and Scottish name derived from the Old French "baron," a title of nobility. Besides denoting someone of title, it could be an occupational name, denoting someone working for a baron. It could also be a nickname describing someone regal or a peasant trying to be regal. Barron family history dates to the 1100s in Waterford, where they were granted lands by Strongbow after the invasion of Ireland. In Scotland, Barons were minor landowners. American Barron genealogy begins in Virginia in 1634. The Barron motto, "fortuna juval audaces," meaning "fortune favors the brave", is based on a Latin proverb attributed to Pliny the Elder.

Barron Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Elaine Barron-- --, 1925June ,1978PA
B Alfreda Barron-- --, 1920August 18,1994MI
C Bradley Barron-- --, 1953October ,1995NY
Dagmar Barron-- --, 1891August ,1991MA

Barron Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Christin Barron-- --, 1922November 18,1995Abington,MA
F Ray Barron-- --, 1920June 28,2006La Jolla,CA
Gabriel Barron-- --, 1938February 28,1993Mission,TX
H Robert Barron-- --, 1933August 27,2003Ligonier,PA

Barron Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Archie BarronKathryn RichardsFebruary 5,1949Wake, NC
Donald BarronClaris MorrowOctober 11,1943Wake, NC
Howard BarronEthel MimsSeptember 9,1933Wake, NC
Robert BarronMary CannonFebruary 7,1970Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Barron

806th: Gaines807th: Osborn
808th: Donaldson809th: Stern
810th: Rosen811th: Richter
812th: Witt813th: Donnelly
814th: Mercer815th: Hooper

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