Surnames
Surnames
BBaacks, Babenberg, Babington, Backer, Badlesmere, Bagot, Bailee (or Ball), Bailey, Baker, Baker (?), Ballard, Bamburgh, Banaster, Bankson, Bankson (unproven), Bar, Bar-sur-Aube, Bar-sur-Seine, Barbarossa, Barcelona, Barclay, Barkdale, Barnes, Bartczak, Bartlett, Bartley, Barton, Bassett, Bastogne, Batts, Baudemont, Bavaria, Bayeux, Bayley, Bean, Beard, Beauchamp, Beaufort, Beaugency, Beaujeu, Beaumont, Beaven, Beçay, Beck, Becker, Beckmann, Bedford, Beekman, Behman, Beilage, Beke, Beke (Beek, Bellay, Bellers, Belley, Belmeis, Bemann, Bemer, Benauges, Bench, Bender (Benner), Benedict, Benen, Benevento, Bengstsson (Banckson, Bankson), Bengtsson, Bengtsson (Banckson, Bankson), Benner, Bentley, Berengar, Berenguer, Berg, Bergeley, Bergman, Berkeley, Bermingham, Berners, Bernhaus, Bernica, Bethany, Betótez, Bidgau and Methingau, Bigod, Bikeberry, Bikeberry (Bykeberry), Billings, Billung, Bisby, Biset, Bishop, Bishopsdon, Bissell, Bithell, Björn, Björnsson, Blackburn, Blaison, Blandford, Blaney, Blanford, Blankminster, Bleddyn, Blick, Bliesgau, Blieskastel, Blois, Blondville, Bluet, Boarman, Boatwright, Bodensee, Boeckman, Boesel, Bogard, Bōgemann, Bohemia, Bohemia (of Swabia, Bohun, Bohun of Hereford, Bolebec, Bolingbroke, Boll, Bolteby, Bond, Bonngau, Booth, Bording, Borsa, Bosch, Boteler, Botetourt, Boulogne, Boulogne (of Flanders, Bourbon, Bourbourg, Bourgchier, Bouzonville, Boves, Bowen, Bowman, Boydston (Boylston, Boilston), Brabant, Bracebridge, Braci, Bracy, Braine, Bramlage, Braose, Braose (Brewes, Bratt, Braun, Brent, Brerton, Brescia, Bressey, Bressy, Bretton, Breuillet, Brewes, Brewes (Braose, Brewes (Breuse, Brehuse, Breouse, Brienne, Brinsdon, Brionne, of Eu, Briquessart, Brittany, Brittany (Cornouaille, Brittany (of Dreux, Brittany (of Rennes, Briwere, Briwerre, Brome, Brown, Browne, Broyles, Brubaker, Brüning, Bruns, Bryan, Buck, Bugbrooke Ferrers, Bugge, Bulgaria, Büman (Behmer), Bunce, Buonalbergo, Burch, Burdet, Burdet(t), Büren, Bures, Burgh, Burghersh, Burgos, Burgundy, Burgundy (de Brionne, Burk, Burks, Burley, Burrows, Burt, Bwrrw (Burrows), Bykebury (Bikeberry, Byron, Byzantium
FFaeláin, Falaise, Falconer, Falesdotter, Falesson, Farmer (ffarmer), Farquahar, Farquhar, Faucigny, Faulkner (Falconer), Fawr, Fay, Fehrmann (Vaarmann), Fellenius, Fencote, Fenley, ferch Bledrus, ferch Cadell, ferch Cynfyn, ferch Einudd, ferch Gerald, ferch Goronwy, ferch Gruffudd, ferch Gruffydd, ferch Gwerstan ap Gwaethfoed of Powys, ferch Llewelyn, ferch Llywarch, Ferch Llywelyn, ferch Llywelyn ap Merlyn, ferch Llywelyn (“Ddu”), ferch Madog, ferch Maredudd, ferch Osbern, ferch Owain, ferch Rhys, ferch Sitric, Fernández, Ferrers, Ferrièrs, Fetters, Fidoe, Fiennes, Fife, Filia Roger, Finnsdotter, Fisher, Fitz Alan, Fitz Ellis, fitz Geoffrey, fitz Geoffrey de Mandeville, Fitz Gerald, Fitz Gilbert, Fitz Herbert, Fitz Martin, Fitz Payn, Fitz Peter, Fitz Peter (Fitz Piers), Fitz Ralph, Fitz Ranulf, Fitz Reynold, Fitz Richard, fitz Robert, Fitz Robert (de Clavering), Fitz Roger, Fitz Stephen, Fitz Walter, Fitz Waren, Fitz Waren (probable), Fitz Warin, Fitz William, Fitz William (de Gressenhall), Fitz Willilam, FitzEustace, FitzGerald, FitzGerold, FitzGilbert, Fitzhamon, FitzHenry, Fitzherbert, FitzJohn, FitzMaurice, FitzMaurice FitzGerald, FitzOtto, Fitzpayn, FitzRichard, FitzRobert, FitzRobert (Fitzhamon), FitzRoy, FitzWalter, FitzWilliam, FitzWimarc, Fjellström, Flanders, Flanders (de Hainaut, Flavigny, Flèche, Fletcher, Floranges, Floyd, Foix, Fokington, Foort, Forcalquier, Ford, Ford (unproven), Forde, Fordell, Forez, Formbach, Formbach-Rateinberg, Forrester, Fort, Forz, Foster, Fougères, Fougères (de Craon, Fowler, Foxcote, Frahme, France, France (Saxony, Franconia, Frankeville, Franks, Fraunceys, Fray, Freising, Freking, French, Freteval, Freville, Frioul, Frisia, Friskney, Friuli, Fuller, Furneax, Furneux
MMaasgau, Mackey, Mackin, Mâcon, Mâcon (of Burgundy, Madden, Madog, Maelor, Maine, Mainwaring, Makrembolitissa, Malet, Malle, Manche, Mandeville, Månsdotter, Månsdotter Fordell, Månsson, Månsson Fordell, Mar, Marche, Mardog, Mardudd, Mare, Maredudd, Marie, Marisco (du Marais, Markusdotter, Marmion, Marshal, Martel, Martell, Mårtensdotter, Mårtensson, Mårtensson Holm, Martin, Massey, Massgau, Matheny, Mather, Matsdotter, Matsson, Matsson Ståhl, Matsson Suus, Matsson Vanhatalo, Matthews, Mattingly, Mattsdotter, Mattson, Mattson Frimodig, Mattssdotter, Mattsson, Maud, Maude, Maude (Mawhood), Maudit, Mauduit, Mauguio, Mauléon, Maurienne (de Savoy, Mautravers, Mautravers (Maltravers), Mayenne, McCall, McCauley, McGavran, McQuaid, Mead, Meade, Meaux, Mebben, Mede (Meade), Medley, Meekin, meic Cináeda, Meissen, Melitene, Mělník, Melrose, Melton, Mendoza, Menéndez, Mensing, Merania, Mercia, Meschin, Metz, Meulan, Mewstone, Meyer, Meyer (Moyer), Meynell, Meynell (Basset, Meynell (Meinhill, Mickelsdotter, Mickelsson, Mickelsson Bröms, Middleton, Middleton (unproven), Milan, Milhaud, Miller, Mills, Milly, Missey, (Mistress), Mitchell, Moels, Moels (Mules, Moha, Mohaut (Maude), Mohlke, Mohun, Mollihorne, Mollihorne (Molohan), Molohan, Molton, Mondidier, Monihéry, Monomachos, Monomakh, Mons, Montagu, Montague, Montaigu, Montalt, Montbéliard, Montdidier, Montdidier-Roucy, Montescaglioso, Montferrat, Montfichet, Montfort, Montfort (de Gael, Montfort of Evreux, Montgomerie, Montgomery, Monthermer, Montihéry, Montlçon, Montlhéry, Montmorency, Montpellier, Monzón, Moore, Morda, Moreby, Moreville, Morris, Morrison, Morse, Mortain, Mortimer, Morton, Morvis, Mote, Mouchy, Mowbray, Moyle, Mstislavich, Mucil, Mudd, Müllenstede, Muller, Mullins, Multon, Muñoz, Murchada, Muscegros, Musgrove