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Crumble Name Meaning

English (Cheshire): perhaps a habitational name from Cromwell in Nottinghamshire or Cromwell Bottom in West Yorkshire, both named from Old English crumb ‘crooked’ + wella ‘stream’, ‘spring’. The latter is recorded as Crumbel (1251) and Crumble (1566). Probably an altered spelling of German Krumpel or Krümpel, a nickname for someone with a deformity, from Middle High German krum(p) ‘deformed’, ‘crooked’; skeletal deformities were common in the Middle Ages, often as a result of rickets.

Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press


Similar surnames: Rumbley, Crumrine, Trumble, Trundle, Rumble, Crumbley, Humble, Ruble

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Crumble Family Origin

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Crumble Family Occupations

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  • Laborer

    40%
  • Day Laborer

    20%
  • Machinist

    20%
  • Plasterer

    20%

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In 1880, a less common occupation for the Crumble family was Plasterer. Laborer, Day Laborer and Machinist were the top 3 reported jobs worked by Crumble. The most common Crumble occupation in the USA was Laborer. 40% of Crumble's were Laborers.

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Crumble Life Expectancy

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