bastun

baston

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  • Bastin — Recorded in the spellings of Bastin, Baston, Bastone, Bayston and Baysting, this is an English surname. It has at least three possible origins. The first is that it may be locational from a place called Baston in the county of Lincolnshire, with… …   Surnames reference

  • Baysting — Recorded in the spellings of Bastin, Baston, Bastone, Bayston and Baysting, this is an English surname. It has at least three possible origins. The first is that it may be locational from a place called Baston in the county of Lincolnshire, with… …   Surnames reference

  • Baston — This interesting name has two possible origins. The first being locational of Baston from a place thus called in Lincolnshire. Such locational names were frequently given to the Lord of the Manor as in the following recording: Turstan de Baston… …   Surnames reference

  • Bastone — This interesting name has two possible origins. The first being locational of Baston from a place thus called in Lincolnshire. Such locational names were frequently given to the Lord of the Manor as in the following recording: Turstan de Baston… …   Surnames reference

  • Bayston — Ⅰ. Recorded in the spellings of Bastin, Baston, Bastone, Bayston and Baysting, this is an English surname. It has at least three possible origins. The first is that it may be locational from a place called Baston in the county of Lincolnshire,… …   Surnames reference

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