|Author:||Andy ;—) (guest, 188.8.131.52)|
|Date:||March 18, 2005 at 3:33:24 AM|
|Reply to:||"Ecgheard/ Ecghere" (unknown) and "Seago" (Bavarian) by "Bagpus"|
Seago does not look very Bavarian or Teutonic to me. The closest I could get would be the name element SIG (victory), but the spelling would be very strange. No name of the kind is listed in Förstemanns "Altdeutsche Rufnamen". But:
The Dictionary of American Family Names, Oxford University Press has SEAGO: English (Norfolk): unexplained.
The Oxford Dictionary of Surnames only has Seagot (from sea-god, they say).
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