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  1. #6
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    Apr 2013
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    Once again, quite tame...
    Charles
    William
    Beniamino
    Antonio
    Emmanuel
    Lorenzo
    Giacomo
    Giuseppi
    Niccolo
    Mark
    Francois
    Emiliana Pari Debuts July 2014
    Soren Pasha, Caspian Bardia, Raphael
    Camellia, Valentina

  2. #8
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    Jan 2013
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    Australia
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    TTC #1

    Alice - Beatrix - Clara - Daphne - Flora - Harriet - Mabel - Susannah

    Arthur - Barnaby - Edward - Frederick - Henry - Rupert - Theodore - Walter

  3. #10
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    My great-grandfather was Hyman.

  4. #12
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    You're right, only an American could have such a strange combination. Most of my ancestors have resided in America since the 17th century, with a few exceptions. All of the above names were actually listed as first names on the tree, but I did have to go back a ways to produce such variety. My paternal grandfather's heritage is entirely Scottish and, consequently, can eventually be traced back to Ireland and Scandinavia. My paternal grandmother has a mixture of Welsh, American Indian, Swiss, German, French, English, and Scottish.

    My maternal grandmother is predominately Irish and French, with some English, Italian, and American Indian thrown in. My maternal g-father was adopted, so we don't know of his heritage.

    There are also, of course, many traditional and handsome names in the tree which I wouldn't mind using for future boys, like John, William, Edmund, Edward, Richard, Phineas, Henry, Benjamin, Walter, Jacob, etc.

  5. #14
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    @northern lights- I love Ezra, Luther, and Avery!

    @sparrowfinch- I really love Nelson, as well as Gordon and Wallace

    @dsilentf- How interesting!

    @tfzolghadr- Charles and William are on my list and are such handsome classics! All of the Italian names are neat, as well.

    @sarahmezz- Ooooh, a lot of good ones in your list! I love the traditional feel, with the slight punch added by the more unusual German names.

    @ssterikoff- Like the godfather! lol Very cool.

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