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CLINT Family HistoryThis is a Danish-Viking locational name from the 8th century originally spelt 'Klint' and meaning 'one resident on a hill' or a former inhabitant of the village of Clint, near Harrogate in North Yorkshire. The village name is first recorded in the Pipe Rolls of Yorkshire for the year 1230 AD in the reign of Henry III as Clint although 150 years later it is Clynt and in 1632 it has become Clente in London. However it is recorded that in 1783 Timothy Clint married Mary Davies at St. Georges Church, Hanover Square, London.
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