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Re: Origin of the name Gupton?
Posted by: Stuart Gupton Date: March 01, 2001 at 18:55:34
In Reply to: Origin of the name Gupton? by Bill Robert Gupton, Jr. of 279

Gupton is a compound surname consisting of the words GUP and TON and is local in orgin, meaning it refers to an area or region. In the case (English) it generally refers to "of Gopheye" in Dorset in the middle ages in England. Ton refers to an enclosure, an estate or collection of houses.


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