Kuran Family History
Kuran Surname History
Kuran family history has rich origins whose details can be pieced together by Kuran family researchers. The Kuran family name is an old lineage that has migrated all across the world for many generations, and as the name Kuran has migrated, it has evolved making it's etymology tricky to unearth. This Kuran research page contains (under "fun facts") the line of Wayne Kuran.
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The evolution of Kuran begins with the origins of thefamily name. Even in the early generations of a name there are different spellings of that name simply because family names were infrequently written down that long ago.
As families, tribes, and clans moved between countries, the Kuran name may have changed with them. Kuran ancestors have emigrated around the world all throughout history. It was common for a surname to change as it enters a new country or language.
Kuran country of origin
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The nationality of Kuran is often very difficult to determine because countries change over time, making the original nationality indeterminate. The original ethnicity of Kuran may be in dispute as result of whether the name came in to being naturally and independently in different locales; e.g. in the case of names that are based on a craft, which can crop up in multiple countries independently (such as the family name "Archer" which was given to people who were bowmen).
Meaning of the last name Kuran
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The meaning of Kuran come may come from a profession, such as the name "Archer" which was given to people who were bowmen. Many of these craft-based family names may be a profession in another language. Because of this it is good to know the ethnicity of a name, and the languages used by its progenitors. Many modern names like Kuran originate from religious texts such as the Quran, the Bible, the Bhagavadgītā, and other related texts. Commonly these names relate to a religious sentiment such as "From the ash tree".
- Joseph Kuran 1911 - 1985
- John Kuran 1899 - 1980
- Thomas F Kuran 1912 - 1993
- Joseph W Kuran 1919 - 2006
- John Kuran 1915 - 1998
- Lewis Kuran 1898 - 1973
- A W Kuran 1935 - 1994
- John Kuran Sr 1916 - 2004
- Ronald T Kuran 1938 - 2009
- Jack P Kuran 1926 - 1997
- Louise Kuran 1917 - 2001
- Anna Kuran 1896 - 1990
- Felix Kuran 1917 - 1987
- Sophia Kuran 1917 - 1989
- Mary A Kuran 1916 - 2003
- Joseph Kuran 1889 - 1970
- Betty Kuran 1895 - 1973
- John J Kuran 1929 - 2002
- Sally Kuran 1911 - 1986
- Josephine Kuran 1905 - 1990
Kuran Family Tree
Famous people named Kuran
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Nationality and Ethnicity of Kuran
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We do not have a record of the primary ethnicity of the name Kuran. Many surnames travel around the world throughout the ages, making their original nationality and ethnicity difficult to trace.
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Fun facts about the Kuran family
- The family line of Wayne Kuran: Wayne Kuran was born in 1931, his son was born in 1961 and his son's son was born in 1991. One and only one male every 30 years.
Kuran spelling variations
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Knowing spelling variations and alternate spellings of the Kuran family name are important to understanding the possible origins of the name. Names like Kuran vary in their pronunciation and spelling as they travel across tribes, family unions, and countries over time. In early history when few people could write, names such as Kuran were transcribed based on how they were heard by a scribe when people's names were recorded in public records. This could have led to misspellings of Kuran.