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|Did you know that in the 1881 UK census there were 587 people with the Allanson surname? In that year Allanson was ranked number 2992 for popularity in the UK.
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"ALLANSON. "The son of ALLAN," q.v. Rendered in Latin documents by the genitive Alani. Reginald films Alani was a burgess of Aberdeen in 1317 (SCM., v, p. 10). Ada filius Alani occurs in 1326 (ER., I, p. 53), another Ada filius Alani de Dunbretane witnessed a charter by Donald, earl of Lennox after 1334 (Levenax, p. 93), and in the reign of Robert I the 20 pound land of Sproustoun was forfeited by John, Thomas, and William filii Alani (RMS., i, App. n, 285). William Aleynsson, a Scots prisoner of war, was discharged from Newgate prison in 1375 (Bain, rv, 227), Robert Alanson had a safe conduct to trade in England with Scottish merchandise in 1447 (Bain, rv, 1190), Catharine Alanesoun and her father John Alansone of Edinburgh are mentioned in 1459 (REG., p. 412), the house of John Allansone in Leyth is referred to in 1462 (Soltre, p. 65), and in the same year "Sir" Alexander Alanesoun, chaplain, appears as a witness in Edinburgh (Laing, 147). A payment was made to William Alynson, "Scotte," for his labor in "spying into certain matters touching the king's good" in 1463 (Bain, rv, 1333). In the same year safe conducts were granted for Andrew Aleynson and William Aleynson, Scotsmen (ibid., 1338), and in 1471 letters of denisation were issued in favor of Thomas Aleinson, a native of Scotland (ibid., 1399). Bartholomew Alansoun had remission for his part in burning the town of Dunbertane, 1489 (Lennox, n, p. 133), and William Alansoun was a friar preacher in St. Andrews in 1545 (Lains, 494). A sept of the Macallans (Clan Ranald Macdonalds), are also known as Allansons, from the chief's designation of Mac-'ic-Ailein. Alanesone 1489, Alensone 1582, Allansoune 1545, Allasone 1520. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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|Did you know that there are currently 696 people with the Allanson surname in the UK? Allanson is now ranked number 3384 for popularity in the UK.
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