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What’s in a Name – WARDEN and links with Napoleon Bonaparte

Surnames evolved as a way to put people into groups whether by their occupation, place of origin, patronage, clan or even physical attributes. The surname Warden was first used in England to mean watchman or guardian. The Wardens The name is first found in 1066 and it was used by a gentleman named Wluric Uuerdenus …

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