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Re: Loman name origins? what nationality?
Posted by: John Loman Date: July 17, 2001 at 21:36:46
In Reply to: Loman name origins? what nationality? by Jeri Loman of 245

The Surname Loman is recorded in the 13th century in England as a Saxon Surname. Lowman is a recorded Surname in England prior to 900 AD. the Loman Surname is prevelent in Devon, England. It has been my experience that other than Anglo-Saxon (English) references, the Loman Surname is next most mentioned in Holland. Hope this helps.


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