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ISBN:095218530X
Author: Geoffrey M. Hodgson
ISBN13: 978-0952185307
Title: Hodgson Surname: Its Norse Origins and Cumbrian Location
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Category: Genealogy
Publisher: Martlet Books (June 1993)
Pages: 89

Hodgson Surname: Its Norse Origins and Cumbrian Location by Geoffrey M. Hodgson



Hodgson, Geoffrey M. (1993) The Hodgson Surname: Its Norse Origin and Cumbrian Location (Standon, Hertfordshire: Martlet Books). Hodgson, James (1925) 'The Hodgsons of Bascodyke', Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, New Series, 25, pp. 244–49. James, Mervyn (1974) Family, Lineage, and Civil Society: A Study of Society, Politics, and Mentality in the Durham Region, 1500-1640 (Oxford: Oxford University Press). Oppenheimer, Stephen (2006) Origins of the British (London: Robinson). Reaney, P. H. (1967) The Origin of English Surnames (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul).

However, the Norse origins of the Hodgson surname were later disregarded, in favour of the view that it is derived from ‘son of Roger’ (Reaney 1958), possibly through the related nickname or diminutive ‘Hodge’. Roger is a Norman French name and this explanation would imply that the Hodgson surname derived directly or indirectly from names introduced by the Norman invaders of England in 1066. Hodgson, Geoffrey M. (2005, 2008) Hodgson Saga (Standon, Hertfordshire: Martlet Books).

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Hodgson, Geoffrey M. MacLean, J. P. (1889) A History of the Clan MacLean: From its First Settlement at Duard Castle, in the Isle of Mull, to the Present Period (Cincinnati: Robert Clarke).

Geoffrey Hodgson (born 1946), economist Isaac Hodgson (architect) (born 1826), Irish-US architect James D. Hodgson (born 1915), US politician Jane Elizabeth Hodgson (1915-2006), American obstetrician and gynecologist Joel Hodgson (born 1960), creator and former host of Mystery Science Theater 3000 Joseph Hodgson (1788–1869), British physician Jules Hodgson, English guitarist Julian Hodgson (born 1963), English chess grandmaster Laurence C. Hodgson. (1993) "The Hodgson Surname: Its Norse Origin and Cumbrian Location" (Standon, Hertfordshire: Martlet Books). (2005) "Hodgson Saga" (Standon, Hertfordshire: Martlet Books). Hodgson, James (1925) 'The Hodgsons of Bascodyke', "Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society", New Series, 25, pp. 244-49.

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Its importance in the social domain was inadequately appreciated until the end of the twentieth century (Boyd and Richerson 1985; Hodgson 1993; Campbell 1994; Sober and Wilson 1998; Bergstrom 2002, 2003; Henrich 2004; Wilson 2002; Bowles 2006; Wilson and Wilson 2007).