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Fair Genealogy & History

Fair genealogy in common in England, and there are versions of the name in a number of European languages that share a common root. The word derives from the Old German faeger, meaning a fair or beautiful person. Fair was originally a descriptive nickname based on this word and was also very popular in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark. There are a large number of variant spellings, including Faire, Fayer, and Verz. A Fair family crest contains a gray diagonal stripe on a red shield. Fair family history in the United States includes William and Joseph Fair, who settled in Pennsylvania in the late eighteenth century.

Fair Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A E Fair-- --, 1899January ,1988MA
Babe Fair-- --, 1906January ,1967GA
C Leona Fair-- --, 1921November 1,2004TN
D Jack Fair-- --, 1923December 6,2008TX

Fair Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Christin Fair-- --, 1926October 19,2004Elizabethtown,KY
F Elizabet Fair-- --, 1924August 1,1999Castle Rock,CO
Gabriel Fair-- --, 1891June ,1966Dublin,TX
Halda Fair-- --, 1916August 26,1992Eden,NC

Fair Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Bryan FairMarci NanceJune 4,1988Wake, NC
Dale FairSheila TynerMay 5,1984Wake, NC
Vernon FairHilda McgeeNovember 12,1948Wake, NC
Jeffery FairJo McintyreMarch 22,1982Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Fair

1814th: Youngblood1815th: Skaggs
1816th: Goddard1817th: Reagan
1818th: Rider1819th: Shook
1820th: Stallings1821st: Barth
1822nd: Douglass1823rd: St. John

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