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Field Genealogy & History

Field is an ancient Anglo-Saxon and German name. As you might expect, it's a locational name given to someone who lived or worked on a non-agricultural area that had been cleared of forest. It was originally derived from the Old English "feld," which means "pasture" or "open country." Field family history begins in Yorkshire, where the family has held a seat for a very long time. American Field genealogy includes Cyrus West Field, who laid the first transatlantic telegraph cable; and David Dudley Field, who made significant contributions to the reform of common law in the United States.

Field Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Dean Field-- --, 1914October 16,1999WA
B Marie Field-- --, 1915June ,1981PA
C Duane Field-- --, 1916March 20,1991IA
D Rae Field-- --, 1913October ,1985KS

Field Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Earl Field-- --, 1890August ,1980Port Clyde,ME
Fae Field-- --, 1912September ,1965Newark,NJ
G Nelson Field-- --, 1891October ,1968Valparaiso,IN
Hajnal Field-- --, 1898March ,1976Los Angeles,CA

Field Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Arnold FieldCarolyn MayerOctober 21,2000Harris, TX
Christopher FieldDarla DeweerdMay 6,2000Travis, TX
James FieldHarriett IngeNovember 12,1955Wake, NC
Peter FieldVicki GriceJanuary 29,1972Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Field

978th: Guerrero979th: Knowles
980th: Terrell981st: Schumacher
982nd: McKenna983rd: Kirkpatrick
984th: Lund985th: Holcomb
986th: McAllister987th: Britt

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