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Irish Surname - Hanson

Origin of the Irish surname Hanson

The Irish surname Hanson is believed to be of Anglo-Norman origin, derived from the given name "Johannes" or "John," which means "God is gracious." The surname was created by adding the suffix "-son" to the given name, indicating "son of John." In Ireland, the surname Hanson was adopted by some native Irish families as an anglicised form of their Gaelic surnames. The Hansons are primarily found in the province of Ulster, particularly in counties Antrim and Down.

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Variations of the Irish Surname Hanson

Coat of Arms and Motto of the Irish Surname Hanson

There is no specific coat of arms or motto associated with the Irish surname Hanson.

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