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Minor Genealogy & History

Minor is an English surname, brought over by the French after the Norman Conquest of 1066. It is an occupational surname from the Old French mineur, meaning someone who built tunnels or pits; the English equivalent is likely Pitts or Petts. It might also come from the Latin minor, meaning lesser, sometimes applied to younger sons. Minor family history enters the books with Jordan le Mineur, entered in the Pipe Rolls of Cornwall in 1195. Some well-known members of Minor genealogy are major Oxford English dictionary quotation contributor William Minor, widely published writer and professor Kyle Minor, and Harlem Renaissance jazz trombonist Dan Minor.

Minor Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Aaron Minor-- --, 1962June 24,2003MN
B Lewis Minor-- --, 1915April 15,1999OH
Caesar Minor-- --, 1935October 7,2000AL
Daisy Minor-- --, 1900February 28,1993SC

Minor Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Andrew Minor-- --, 1938June 24,2000Southaven,MS
Fae Minor-- --, 1911February 4,2000Peoria,IL
G Gilmer Minor-- --, 1912November 13,1995Richmond,VA
H Wayne Minor-- --, 1927September 12,1993Indianapolis,IN

Minor Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Andre MinorJacqueline BessAugust 13,1988Wake, NC
Carlton MinorRachel WinsteadMarch 28,1947Wake, NC
Dwight MinorCindy StewartNovember 29,1986Wake, NC
Edward MinorEmily CoxAugust 23,1942Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Minor

1132nd: Gold1133rd: Seymour
1134th: Crouch1135th: Gilliam
1136th: Whitley1137th: Tomlinson
1138th: Magee1139th: Greenwood
1140th: Connelly1141st: Hutchison

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