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Colon Genealogy & History

Colon is an English and Spanish surname derived from given names Nicholas or Columbus. The Spanish Colon is derived from the Latin Columbus, meaning dove; the dove is symbolic of the Holy Spirit, popularizing the name among early Christians. The English Colon is derived from the Greek Nicholas, meaning power of the people, shortened to Colin, such as seventh-century monk Saint Colin. Colon family history dates to feudal times in Hereford and Shropshire, England, where they were lords of the manor. In the New World, Colon genealogy dates to 1535 in Panama. The three black doves on the coat of arms signify peace.

Colon Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Abad Colon-- --, 1922December 2,2004CT
Bacilisa Colon-- --, 1915October 23,1997PR
Calixta Colon-- --, 1919July 6,1999VI
Daisy Colon-- --, 1927March 14,2007FL

Colon Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Earlene Colon-- --, 1942February 1,2002Brooklyn,NY
Fabian Colon-- --, 1896June ,1971River Edge,NJ
Gilbert Colon-- --, 1944October 1,1993Bronx,NY
Hanibal Colon-- --, 1922March ,1987Huntington Park,CA

Colon Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Angel ColonMary ArgentoMay 15,1967Wake, NC
Carlos ColonCanzella BaysMay 6,2000Wake, NC
Larry ColonCharmaine RichardsMarch 25,1999Wake, NC
Mario ColonNicole RatchfordApril 24,2004Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Colon

1570th: Westbrook1571st: Dill
1572nd: Ulrich1573rd: Goldsmith
1574th: Rhoades1575th: Schwab
1576th: Benoit1577th: Hyatt
1578th: O'Malley1579th: Guidry

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