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Faust Genealogy & History

Faust is a German and French surname derived from the Middle High German fust, meaning fist, perhaps a nickname for a strong person; fittingly, the family coat of arms features a very prominent fist. Alternatively, the name could be derived from the personal Latin name Faustus, meaning lucky, which was the name of a few early Christian martyrs and is still common in Italy as a given name. In Faust genealogy, alternative spellings include Fauss and Fausste. Faust family history dates to medieval Strasbourg, with the first Faust American immigrants to Philadelphia in 1732. A renowned fictional Faust is Goethe's alchemist, who sold his soul to the devil.

Faust Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Marion Faust-- --, 1913March 15,2000IL
Bama Faust-- --, 1882December 15,1973AL
C Bowden Faust-- --, 1931August 14,1989PA
Dagmar Faust-- --, 1891November ,1978IL

Faust Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Charles Faust-- --, 1921January 24,1991Urbana,IN
Faith Faust-- --, 1942February 4,2001Winter Park,FL
G Barbara Faust-- --, 1914June 26,1994Harrisburg,PA
H Roberta Faust-- --, 1935February 26,1993Bedford,PA

Faust Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Anthony FaustRachel AckermanMarch 20,2001Milam, TX
Charles FaustCathie MeyerJanuary 23,2000Johnson, TX
David FaustMarjorie GardnerAugust 18,2000Galveston, TX
Keith FaustCarol SpanglerAugust 30,1996Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Faust

1790th: Stacy1791st: Comer
1792nd: Gale1793rd: Talbot
1794th: Hanks1795th: Waggoner
1796th: Cormier1797th: Moreland
1798th: Roland1799th: Burroughs

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