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This fascinating and long-established surname is of Anglo-Saxon origin, and derives from the Olde English pre 7th Century male given name "Aetheldaeg", cognate with the Old German "Aildag", a compound of the elements "aethel", noble, and "daeg", day. "Aildeig" (without surname) is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 for Norfolk, and the forms "Aeldiet, Aeldit, Aldgid", and "Aldid", also recorded in the Domesday Book, and deriving from the Olde English "Ealdgyth", a name meaning "Old Combat", may also have contributed to the surname.

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Kathy Allday

Does anyone descend from William Allday bellows manufacturer of Birmingham? I believe my family were related as my great great great uncle was a bellows manufacturer in Birmingham in mid 19th century. Would love to connect. Thanks, Kathy

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