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Re: DICKER: place name of family name?
Posted by: john dicker Date: July 12, 2001 at 08:30:22
In Reply to: Re: DICKER: place name of family name? by Martin Baxter of 158

i was informed by my grandmother (marjorie dicker, born in spalding, UK, 1908) that the name dicker is derived from the irish word dyker meaning dry stone wall builder or ditch digger, hope you find this helpful.
-john dicker


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