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Duran Genealogy & History

Duran genealogy may wind through a number of nations including England, Spain, and Italy. In England, it derives from the common medieval personal name Durant or Durand. All forms ultimately derive from the Latin word durandus, meaning hardened or tough. It is therefore suggested that Duran began as a nickname referring to a tough or obstinate person. Alternate spellings include Durand, Dorant, Dantini, and Duranco. Early Duran family history in the United States includes 18th-century New Jersey settlers like Charles Duran as well as Joseph and Paul Duran, who settled in South Carolina in the mid-1700s.

Duran Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Aantonio Duran-- --, 1940September 15,1992CA
Balbina Duran-- --, 1919February 15,1994CA
C Jean Duran-- --, 1926May ,1980CA
Daisy Duran-- --, 1901July ,1974LA

Duran Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Earl Duran-- --, 1898November ,1985Hartford,CT
Fabiana Duran-- --, 1906October ,1972San Antonio,TX
G Alice Duran-- --, 1922November ,1979San Bernardino,CA
Hadley Duran-- --, 1905July ,1985Spokane,WA

Duran Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Abdi DuranRosio SanchezApril 8,2000Elpaso, TX
Ben DuranIsabell SotoApril 29,2000Dallas, TX
Dean DuranEunice CastilloJune 12,1999Wake, NC
Eddie DuranMonica MartinezOctober 9,2000Harris, TX

Most Common Surnames After Duran

1082nd: Britton1083rd: Lord
1084th: McFadden1085th: Marquez
1086th: Contreras1087th: Mayfield
1088th: Morin1089th: Hatcher
1090th: Hamm1091st: Langley

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