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  1. Early Origins of the Gaughan family. The surname Gaughan was first found in County Londonderry (Irish: Doire), a Northern Irish county also known as Derry, in the province of Ulster, where they held a family seat from very ancient times. Set of 4 Coffee Mugs and Keychains. $48.95. Wishlist.

  2. Jul 12, 2019 · The personal name Garcia is of uncertain origin, however, the given name Gerald is a Germanic name meaning "rule of the spear," from the elements ger (spear) and wald (rule). According to Elsdon C. Smith, author of "American Surnames," the name Garcia could mean either "descendant of Garcia, Spanish form of Gerald" or "one who came from Garcia, in Spain."

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    Ed Gaughan is a British actor, comedian, director and jazz musician. He is best known for his starring role in the BAFTA-nominated 2010 film Skeletons and for voicing Baron von Greenback in Danger Mouse and Q Pootle 5 in Q Pootle 5.

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  5. Aug 19, 1994 · Garcia is the single most popular surname in Spain, with over 3% of the population carrying it. There are a few theories as to its origin; the first is that it derives from a Basque word "gartzia", meaning young, and the second points to an old Spanish word "artz", meaning bear. Wherever it comes from, the first recorded use of Garcia as a surname is the baptism of Diego Garcia in 1624 at San Pablo Apostal in Mexico.

  6. Origins of Name: The surname of Garcia derives from the word “artz” which can be translated to mean “bear.”. This surname is said to be pre-historical and dates back to 2000 BCE, and denoted one who had “bravery, strength, and power.”. It was considered to be a nickname for those who hunted, back in a time when people were known by the animals that they hunted.

  7. Recorded in the spellings of Garcia, Garci, Garza, and Garces, this is a surname of Spanish origins, whose 'roots go back into the very mists of time.

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