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Blackburn Genealogy & History

Blackburn is an ancient locational English name, derived from Old English "blaec", meaning black, and "burna", meaning stream. The town of Blackburn was in Lancashire where, in Blackburn family history, they held a family seat (feudal manor) since ancient times. The first recording of the name was also found in Lancashire in 1206, spelled Blakeburn. Other variations include Blackbirn, Blackborn, Blackbyrne, and Blagburn. The Blackburn coat of arms is a silver shield with a black horizontal band and three stars; many versions also include a crescent that was originally associated with the Greek goddess Diana. The first American in Blackburn genealogy settled in Virginia in 1624.

Blackburn Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Maxine Blackburn-- --, 1922January 28,2005MT
Bailey Blackburn-- --, 1940August 2,2007NC
C Flinn Blackburn-- --, 1927September 28,2003VA
D Jeannett Blackburn-- --, 1906September ,1981CA

Blackburn Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Clyde Blackburn-- --, 1920May 4,2001Durand,MI
Fae Blackburn-- --, 1896October 24,1991Loveland,CO
Gabriel Blackburn-- --, 1918December 6,1997Brooklyn,NY
H Dale Blackburn-- --, 1919January 30,1993Dayton,OH

Blackburn Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Boyd BlackburnNancy AschenbrennerJune 11,1983Wake, NC
Charles BlackburnLinda YounkinJune 28,1966Wake, NC
David BlackburnSandra WillifordNovember 23,1962Wake, NC
Harry BlackburnCatherine EdmondsJanuary 17,1971Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Blackburn

715th: McCall716th: Novak
717th: Salazar718th: Hickman
719th: Dunlap720th: Pace
721st: Shapiro722nd: Braun
723rd: Bullock724th: McKay

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