Eddy Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History

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The name Eddy is patronymic, meaning that it comes from the first name of the father or mother. Generally, this name means “son of Ede” (Edward). However, it may also be a locative name that describes the place the original bearer lived or owned land in the Cornish parts of the country. It is derived from “Ede-dy” which means “Ede’s house”. Surnames of this kind are most common in Cornwall’s mid and west regions. In England, records of this surname date back to the thirteenth century. For example, the Hundred Rolls of that year mention a William Ede of Suffolk and a William Ede of Norfolk. In addition, a record of Abigail Eddy’s birth is found in Cranbrook, the daughter of William Eddye and Mary Fosten.

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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) Or, a chevron azure. Crest: A demi lion ppr., supporting a long cross gules.

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