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Blake Genealogy & History

Blake, a famous English/Irish descriptive surname, is of contradictory origins. Its derivation could be from Old English "blac", meaning black, or "blaac", meaning white; thus it is uncertain whether it described the darker native Celts or the lighter invading Anglo-Saxons. In English Blake family history, the family seat (feudal manor) was in Devonshire. Blake is also popular in Ireland, where the family was one of the "tribes of Galway" of the 14th century. The Irish derivation could be patronymic from O'Blathmhaic, where Blath means fame. American Blake genealogy began in 1624 in Virginia. The Blake motto "virtus sola noblest" means "virtue is the only nobility".

Blake Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Franklin Blake-- --, 1922May 20,1996ME
B Bruce Blake-- --, 1925February 8,1999FL
Charles Blake-- --, 1957March 15,1990NY
D Wayne Blake-- --, 1915May 22,1989IN

Blake Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Betty Blake-- --, 1917August 13,1999Sacramento,CA
F James Blake-- --, 1921June 11,2003Altadena,CA
G Everett Blake-- --, 1916February 5,2002Berlin,NH
H Jeane Blake-- --, 1930November 7,2003Mesa,AZ

Blake Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Alan BlakeGeraldine FranksJuly 5,1953Wake, NC
Billy BlakeDonna AlfordAugust 30,1980Wake, NC
Chester BlakeJessie CookleyNovember 12,1937Wake, NC
Donald BlakeMary HoneycuttNovember 30,1963Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Blake

384th: Reese385th: Wise
386th: McGuire387th: Farmer
388th: Walton389th: Fernandez
390th: Waters391st: Gill
392nd: Maxwell393rd: Hubbard

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