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Hare Genealogy & History

Hare is an English or possibly Irish surname with a few origins. First, it probably comes from the Old English hara, meaning a hare and used as a nickname for someone quite fast�or the opposite, given the sense of humor common at the time. It could also be from the Old English haer, meaning stony ground and given as a topographical surname. Lastly, it might be from the Irish O�Haichir, meaning son of the sharp or fierce one. Hare family history starts with Walter le Hare, noted in the Pipe Rolls of Surrey in 1166. Hare genealogy includes early Olympic American track and field medalist Truxtun Hare.

Hare Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Aaron Hare-- --, 1889February ,1969TX
Barabara Hare-- --, 1945August 26,1990OH
Callie Hare-- --, 1907February 20,1995NC
Daisy Hare-- --, 1898May ,1983NC

Hare Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Eaber Hare-- --, 1912April 5,1998Kansas City,MO
Fannie Hare-- --, 1915August 11,1996Hertford,NC
Gail Hare-- --, 1890March ,1973Fresno,CA
Hallie Hare-- --, 1914September 28,1998Silsbee,TX

Hare Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Armand HareBarbara BarberFebruary 14,1954Wake, NC
Billy HareLinda LigginsOctober 22,1982Wake, NC
Carl HareMabel WagonerJuly 26,1952Wake, NC
David HareHeather G BeckhamSeptember 27,1997Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Hare

1858th: Hillman1859th: Whiting
1860th: Donohue1861st: Purvis
1862nd: Cheek1863rd: Trimble
1864th: Horvath1865th: Chu
1866th: Burk1867th: Thurston

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