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  1. #6
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    Jan 2014
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    My grandfather on my mother's side is a John, and my grandfather on my dad's side is a Johnathan. Occasionally my grandmother will call 'John' to my Johnathan grandfather, and I'll think, why is my grandfather from my mom's side in my dad's old house (they never get together)?
    A tween almost teen with an edge of name nerd and writer.

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  2. #8
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    Apr 2013
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    I have an ancestor on my mom's side that had the first name Innocent. His granddaughter was given Innocent as a middle name.
    ~Tali~


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  3. #10
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    Oct 2013
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    I also have lots of relatives called Fanny. The "weirdest" one in my family is; Tira Georgina. She has 2 sisters; Rochelle April and Summah Jasmine.
    TTC <3

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  4. #12
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    Nov 2012
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    My boyfriend's family has more unusual names than my own. His mother, despite not having a drop of Hispanic/Spanish/Latin blood, is ju@nda, and her sister is either bonita or Benita (heck it could be banita for all I know- their southern accents still trip me up!!). Boyfriend's dad's first name is R@ymond, which I find unusual and also a bit Hispanic sounding (maybe because the only ones I'd known of before were all from Latin America). Like boyfriend's mom, his dad also goes by his middle name which is far more mainstream.
    For boyfriend's family, we'd have to go back a few generations to get names I'd like to use, like Clement, Clementine, and Hampton.

    My parents' families in comparison could read like any catholic school yearbook. Lots of Michael, John (both my parents have brothers named john), Catherine, Mary, William etc. Kinda boring!

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Location
    Minnesota
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    Not really weird names, but as a sibset, horrendous:

    My grandma and her sisters:

    Jan
    Jean
    Jane
    Joan

    LOL

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