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Re: Origin of Surname GOODRUM
Posted by: William Goodrum Date: June 23, 1999 at 06:13:36
In Reply to: Re: Origin of Surname GOODRUM by Pia Gøderum of 422

I have also read in several books on Surnames that Goodrum comes from the area in Eastern England called Lincolnshire which was once a part of "Danelaw" during the middle ages when the Vikings had control of that part of England. The books stated that the name Goodrum is Danish in origin.

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