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Diamond Genealogy & History

Diamond has English, Irish, or German derivations. The Irish derivation from Gaelic O'Diamain was first found in Derry, where Diamond family history includes a feudal estate; fusils on the coat of arms and crest indicate travel and labor. The German derivation from German/Yiddish diemant/diment (diamond), perhaps described a jeweler. The English derivation from Old English dayman (keeper of livestock) was found throughout England as Dymande, Deman, Diamant, and Dyment, and the family motto miseris succurrere disco means I learn to help the unfortunate. American Diamond genealogy began in 1620 in Maine with settler John Diamond. It includes economics Nobel Prize winner Peter Diamond and Pulitzer Prize winner Jared Diamond.

Diamond Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Ray Diamond-- --, 1927February 26,2000TX
B Carole Diamond-- --, 1936November 28,1988UT
C Olive Diamond-- --, 1918May 19,2003PA
Daisy Diamond-- --, 1910July ,1985NY

Diamond Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Lynn Diamond-- --, 1919August 22,1989New York,NY
Fannie Diamond-- --, 1885December ,1986Longmeadow,MA
Gael Diamond-- --, 1936October ,1986Rochester,MN
H Dell Diamond-- --, 1934March 3,1996Springville,UT

Diamond Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Christopher DiamondAmy ParkerOctober 9,1999Wake, NC
Stanley DiamondLaura ZaslowJuly 26,1965Wake, NC
Patrick DiamondKimberly DelelloDecember 11,2004Wake, NC
Zachary DiamondKimberly HowardSeptember 20,2003Harris, TX

Most Common Surnames After Diamond

1188th: Dooley1189th: Hammer
1190th: Tipton1191st: Burris
1192nd: Ames1193rd: Groves
1194th: Stahl1195th: Lam
1196th: Rosenthal1197th: Nicholas

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