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This distinguished surname is recorded in many forms including the popular Talbot, and the more unusual Talboy, Tallboy and Tallboys, is both English and French, but of Old French origins, pre 7th century origins. It is claimed to have two distinct possible origins, each with its own history and derivation. Firstly it may derive from the French male given name "Talebod", itself from the Old German "Talabod", and a compound of the elements "tal", meaning to destroy, with "bod", the meaning of "tidings", and hence the "messenger of destruction", a suitably war-like name for the ever-warring Dark Ages. As a personal name, this was introduced into England by the Normans after the Conquest of 1066, and a Talebod de Neweham is noted in the 1146 Book of Seals for Essex...

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Augusta Talbot

I am Augusta Talbot. I am am American because my French Canadian family moved to Massachusetts but our ancestor Jacques Talbot Dit Gervais (my GGGG Grandpa) came from Normandy, France around 1698. Talbot has Norman origins but is also English around since Henry V conquered Normandy. I hit a wall at Jean Talbot (1590-1673) who married Maria Ann Archambault (1600-1630). There are also some Talbots in Ireland but that's mainly because the French went there and established some places.

Jeffrey A. Wiitala

Hi..I am American..My Mother is a Talbot..Her Father was Cecil Talbot..My Grandfather..He claimed we were descended from royalty..I am Trying to find that out..Somebody somewhere knows the Truth..Cecil's Father was Edward John Talbot born in Canada 1850 died 1936 in Wisconsin USA..His Father was a John Talbot born 1832 in Ireland I believe,Died 1881 In Dwight Port Huron Michigan USA..His Father John Talbot married to a Hannah Talbot..both born 1792 In either County Antrim..or Tipperary Ireland..John died 1885 in Huron Ontario Canada..Somebody,somewhere has the truth..I seek help..

John Talbot

I have traced my Talbot ancestors to the townlands of Farrantoreen, and Rangue in the parish of Killorglin, Kerry Ireland. My third ggf was Alexander Talbot, b.1805 in Farrantoreen and d.1895 in Rangue. This is where I hit a brick wall. I do not have his spouse or parents names. Looking for help in breaking this wall down.

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Im Tim Talbot, youngest of 6 sons from Raymond Eugene Talbot and Joan Talbot, n?e Corcoran. Mums parents are from Edgesworthstown, Co. Longford, her Father Edward, Limerick City, Co. Limerick, her Mother, Charlotte Banks.. Dads grandfather William J. Talbot was from Co.Tipperary, his Grandmother Anna Marie Hoey, n?e McGonigal, from Co. Sligo. No relations left behind were kept in contact with, so Ive no idea whom, or where any of them might be. I dont want or need to borrow any money or crash on your sofa, Honest. But theres GOT to be some Talbots, Hoeys, Corcorans, or Banks out there

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