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Butterfield Genealogy & History

The English name Butterfield is either a topographic name for someone who lived by a pasture for cattle or at a dairy farm or a habitational name from a place named Butterfield, such as in West Yorkshire, from Old English butere, meaning butter, and feld, meaning open country. Butterfield family history indicates an alternate origin as Old English pre-seventh-century butor, meaning a bittern, a bird of the heron family known for its mating call. Butterfield genealogy shows the coat of arms as a red shield with a silver griffin. Daniel Butterfield, a general in the Civil War Union forces, was the composer of the end-of-day military song Taps.

Butterfield Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Evelyn Butterfield-- --, 1923February 18,1993MA
Barbara Butterfield-- --, 1948February 18,2008VT
C Jack Butterfield-- --, 1924May 23,1992CA
Dale Butterfield-- --, 1922December 30,1998ND

Butterfield Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Ruth Butterfield-- --, 1915January 7,2001Lisbon,IA
F Ellis Butterfield-- --, 1923August 5,2005Scottsdale,AZ
Gael Butterfield-- --, 1928January 16,2009Oxford,MI
Hallie Butterfield-- --, 1908January ,1979Fallbrook,CA

Butterfield Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
William ButterfieldBrette PlaucheApril 15,2005Travis, TX
Otis ButterfieldElla MillerChelan County, WA
Quentin ButterfieldDonna KnoxSeptember 30,1977FAIRFIELD, OH
Harry ButterfieldCondrae GuyanNovember 25,2006LOGAN, OH

Most Common Surnames After Butterfield

2486th: Applegate2487th: Birch
2488th: Kuntz2489th: Pinto
2490th: Sisk2491st: Shell
2492nd: Barone2493rd: Branham
2494th: Barkley2495th: Orozco

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