England Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History
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Those who bear the surname of England in the country of Scotland can be found in Angus, Aberdeenshire, and Banffshire counties.
United States of America:
Those who carry the surname of England in the United States are in Massachusetts, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky and Illinois.
Here is the population distribution of the last name England: United States 34,038; England 11,094; Canada 2,531; Australia 2,425; Wales 813; South Africa 804; New Zealand 760; Algeria 714; Germany 538; Jamaica 518
Arthur Jay England Jr. (1923-2013) who was jurist and lawyer from America, and who served as a member of the Florida Supreme Court in the year 1975 to the year 1981
Anthony Wayne “Tony” England (born in 1942) who is a geochemist and astronaut from America, former NASA astronaut with over 188 hours in space
Douglas B. England, who was a Democratic politician from America, and who served as a Delegate to the Democratic National Convention from Indiana, in the year 1996 and then again in the year 2000
Dean England, who was a politician from America, and who was considered as a Candidate for the Mayor of Walker, Michigan in the year of 2001
Charles England, who is a politician from America, and who has served as the Mayor of Grand Prairie, Texas from the year of 1992 to present
Cecil W. England, who was a politician from America, and who served as the First Selectman of Manchester, Connecticut in the year of 1947
Arthur J. England Jr., who is a politician from America, and served as a Justice of the Florida State Supreme Court from the year 1975 to the year 1981
Blazons & Genealogy Notes
1) (Great Yarmouth; granted by Byshe, 1671, to Sir George England). Gu. three lions pass. in pale ar. each charged on the shoulder with an erm. spot. Crest—A lion’s head erased ar. charged with an erm. spot.
2) (Reg. Ulster’s Office). Ar. two bars wavy gu. Crest—A cherub ppr.