Amo Family History
Amo Surname History
Amo family history has rich origins whose details have been accumulated over the years by Amo family researchers. The Amo family name is an old family line that has migrated all across the world over time, and as the Amo family has migrated, it has changed making its origin a challenge to piece together. This page is the home for the complete history of the Amo family name, Amo origins, and stories of Amo ancestors.
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The evolution of Amo begins with it's early ancestors. Even in the earliest days of a name there are variations in that single name simply because last names were infrequently written down at that stage in history.
As these families moved between countries, the Amo name may have changed with them. Amo ancestors have migrated around the world all throughout history. It was not unusual for a last name to change as it enters a new country or language.
Amo country of origin
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The nationality of Amo may be difficult to determine because countries change over time, leaving the nation of origin indeterminate. The original ethnicity of Amo may be difficult to determine depending on whether the surname came about organically and independently in multiple locales; for example, in the case of family names that come from a profession, which can come into being in multiple regions independently (such as the surname "Dean" which may have been adopted by members of the clergy).
Meaning of the last name Amo
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The meaning of Amo come may come from a craft, such as the name "Miller" which referred to the profession of working in a mill. A lot of these craft-based surnames might be a profession in some other language. Because of this it is important to understand the ethnicity of a name, and the languages spoken by its ancestors. Many western names like Amo originate from religious texts such as the Quran, the Bible, the Bhagavadgītā, and so forth. Commonly these surnames relate to a religious phrase such as "From the ash tree".
- William Amo 1886 - 1968
- Ann Marie Amo 1947 - 2002
- Charles Amo 1925 - 1964
- Marion A Amo 1913 - 1994
- Mary Amo 1903 - 1977
- Paul Amo 1892 - 1972
- Roy Amo 1891 - 1969
- Karl Amo 1914 - 1985
- Alida Amo 1921 - 1982
- Dennis Amo 1918 - 2005
- George Amo 1908 - 1980
- Herbert Amo 1888 - 1974
- Gertrude Amo 1918 - 1968
- Norman Amo 1945 - 1983
- Sara AmoÃ«na Alopaeus Alopaeus
- Alice Amo 1927 - 1974
- Blanche J Amo 1906 - 1998
- Gladys Amo 1918 - 2007
- Jessie Amo 1875 - 1969
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Famous people named Amo
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Nationality and Ethnicity of Amo
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We do not have a record of the primary ethnicity of the name Amo. Many surnames travel around the world throughout the ages, making their original nationality and ethnicity difficult to trace.
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Amo spelling variations
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Knowing misspellings and spelling variations of the Amo surname are important to understanding the possible origins of the name. Surnames like Amo change in how they're written as they travel across communities, family branches, and eras over the years. In the past, when few people knew how to write, names such as Amo were transcribed based on their pronunciation when people's names were recorded in public records. This could have given rise misspellings of Amo.