Quite a lot of surnames started off as descriptive, like Walker and Black. And, indeed, Brown and White. And all the books say that the first guys called Nightingale "must have" been wonderful singers - until I read an article which said, Whoa, this is an ENGLISH surname and that sense of humour probably meant that the first Mr Nightingale was tone-deaf. So, maybe the first Mr Cameron had an enviably straight snoot?
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