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Re: What does the word Bustin mean?
Posted by: Retha Clements (ID *****9315) Date: December 03, 2006 at 18:21:35
In Reply to: What does the word Bustin mean? by Alex Bustin of 57

Hi Alex,

I have read that the name Bustin means Clay. What I read, said that it could come from a people that lived on clay ground, or an occupational name for potter.

I think it means potter. Just about every Bustin I know; works with their hands.

If you say the name Bustin around here; people think construction.

I hope this was a help, Retha Bustin Clements


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