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  1. #6
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    I really like Ravensdale, that would be my first choice, if I were you. I like Bexley, too. Don't have any brilliant suggestions at the moment, though if you want it to be unusual I'd stay away from Mc-anything (McGraw, McPhee, etc.) the prefix Mc is way to common. It depends on if you want a more mysterious sort of surname, like Ravensdale, or something less mysterious and just plain unusual. When I'm making up surnames, sometimes I'll just take an adjective and a noun and combine them, like Redlake or Darkwell.
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  2. #8
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    I think a surname with D would go well with Delilah -- Dawes, Dawson, Davenport, Duval

  3. #10
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    My first thought was Moore, or Rhoades.
    I'm not feeling incredibly profound at the moment. Check back later.

  4. #12
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    Agree that the surname should be shorter, here are a few ideas:
    Beaclerk
    Blunk
    Arlotte
    Baud
    Bird
    Blythe
    Bonamy
    Browne
    Catt
    Cockbill
    Coe
    Fellows
    Doe
    Cypher
    Cuckow
    Finch
    Keat
    Keate
    Lark
    Lovell
    Merry
    Partridge
    Marrow
    Pope
    Poe
    Popplestone
    Sharpe
    Stark
    Thrush
    Wren
    Barry
    Applin
    Aldren
    Hall
    Kirk
    Pond
    Vale
    Sowman
    Bowcott
    Clemms
    Eagers
    MacEwan
    Godfrey
    Greer
    Perry
    Nibson
    Tibbs
    Lutwidge
    Cole
    Dixon
    Hitch
    Pascoe
    Sim
    Willcox
    Abbott
    Bishop
    Bloom
    Berryman
    Bloomer
    Bowring
    Chaplin
    Clarke
    Cotten
    Coxetter
    Fiske
    Fowler
    Flinter
    Kemp
    Lockhart
    Moyne
    Osler
    Pester
    Plum
    Sanger
    Sawyer
    Ward

    A good source is gaminggeeks.org, they have a lot of great surnames.
    Hope you find something that works!
    -Athena

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  5. #14
    I know two people with English surnames :Chergwin (meaning 'white rock'), and Clutterbuck (meaning 'loud river').

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