Where Does The Surname Rowe Come From?


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Soon after the Norman Conquest of England in 1066, the name Rowe was recognized in the island as a name for a person with red hair.Looking back even further the name was originally derived from the old french nickname le rous, meaning redhead. I hope this helped and here is a site where you can get the whole history of your surname and the Family Crest.

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