Last name: Talbot
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Interesting and I have done a lot of research on the family name. I am an Irish Talbot from Skryne in Co, Meath a Talbot manor since around 1200. The family is of Norman origin and from Wassunville in Normandy. The Normans were not French but 'hommes du Nord' from which Normany is derived - Nordhommes and a warlike Vking race. Talbot is from the old Norse 'Talebot' which means Wild Dog or Ravaging Wolf. This would be substantiated by the introductiom of a now extinct hunting dog into France known as the Talbot - pronounced Talbow in France.
My husband is a Talbott and his father came from Missouri to California. I cannot trace the name any farther than a John E. Talbott who was born in Ohio in 1831 and moved to Missouri. I can trace the maternal side back a long way, but would like to learn more about the Talbotts.
I am from a line that has been in Illinois for a few generations.... and before then our line came from New York. I know that the furthest I've found my line is that it goes back to Jarid Talbot (1622-1686)
José Rolan Talbott Muñoz
Hi I am one descendant from the Arthur Benjamin Talbott Rabateaud (1876-1962) who lives and dies in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, and who is the first Talbott born in Central America. We had been able to trace Arthur´s father Edward who supposedly born in a ship on the way to America, and also Edward´s father George, who came from Europe in the middle of 19th century. According to some research, after the death of Edward in his twenties due to the yellow fever, George took a ship back and left his grandson Arthur Benjamin under the care of a Hepburn family in my country. When Arthur Benjamin reach the adulthood he pass his story to his sons, grandsons, etc. but he only knew one uncle (Edward brother) who lives in Jamaica and who apparently is the first Talbott in that Country. I would like to know other Talbotts in America, and if is possible trace back our roots from George ancestors. If you notice by my name, I am Latin, (Spanish spoken) Regards RT
My dad would tell me stories the he heard growing up from his father about our name. This is the story as it was told to me. " Jonny it is time that you learn of the Talbotts. Our ancestors were Vikings. Now each Viking family had their trade. Some skill or duty that could be passed on from father to son. Our family had two trades. One was a skill and honor and the second is a curse that still haunts Talbotts across the globe no matter how they spell their name. The skill that honored our family was that we guarded the death dogs. These death dogs would be unleashed after a battle had taken place, and go to anyone still on the battle field dead or alive and crush their windpipes. This would ensure that the warriors died an honorable death and grant them entrance into Valhalla. Those who were still alive knew that this dog was a messenger of death.
Does the TOLBART falls in with this Talbot line too? My gg-grandfather John Arthur Tolbart was born in Bowling Green, Warren, Kentucky abt 1845. He died with my great-grandmother was very young. I'm having trouble of finding his parents.
In ancestry, Hestor Talbot is listed as being born in 1620, Anne Arundel, Maryland. Married Henry Caplin, but he died young. She married Thomas Besson and they had a lot of children. After his death, she married Thomas Sutton. She died in 1692 in Anne Arundel, Maryland. Does anyone have factual info about a Talbot ancestor that could be her father - Maryland, 1620?