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Horning Name Meaning

nickname from Hornung ‘February’, with reference to a tax obligation or some other association with that month, for example being born in February. from a personal name, Hornunc. North German: nickname for a person born out of wedlock, Middle Low German hornink, with reference to parentage by a cuckold, traditionally symbolized by horns. topographic name referring to the location or shape of a farming property (see Horn).

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


Similar surnames: Dorning, Haring, Hirning, Harling, Herring, Corning, Harring, Henning

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Horning Family Origin

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Horning Family Occupations

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  • Commcl Traveler

    10%
  • Cowkeeper (Milk)

    10%
  • Dairyman & Farmer (19 Acres Employing 3 Men & 1 Boy)

    10%
  • Grocers Porter

    10%

In 1881, a less common occupation for the Horning family was Grocers Porter. The most common Horning occupation in the UK was Commcl Traveler. 10% of Horning's were Commcl Travelers. Commcl Traveler, Cowkeeper (Milk) and Dairyman & Farmer (19 Acres Employing 3 Men & 1 Boy) were the top 3 reported jobs worked by Horning.

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Horning Life Expectancy

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