From Pauncefoot to Patel and Piotrowski: Traditional surnames are becoming extinct because of immigration, research shows
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From Pauncefoot to Patel and Piotrowski: Traditional surnames are becoming extinct because of immigration, research shows

London : United Kingdom | Nov 18, 2012 at 4:40 AM PST
Source: The Independent
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Patel and Piotrowski are now more common surnames in the UK than Pauncefoot, new research shows. The Guild of One-Name Studies says there are now up to half a million surnames in use in Britain and Northern Ireland. Half of these have been introduced over the past 100 years as a result of immigration, replacing... FULL ARTICLE AT The Independent
 
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