*Ignore North and South America
(unless you're part native American)
my last name is mispelled, literally everyone with my last name is related to me
That's funny, a few weeks ago I was talking to a guy from Uruguay and he said he has a french name, but that it was very uncommon in France and mostly present in Uruguay, so I suggested him that maybe his name was mispelled and so people in France having that name changed it so it was spelled correctly.
And now you say that your name is misspelled, and seeing your image it's prevalent in Uruguay, that's a funny coincidence kek
Celtic and German
Celtic comes from my Welsh, Irish and French
German comes from my great grandma who was German
>mfw I knew it was a matter of time before the The Eternal Anglo showed
Welcome, shiller of all shills
t-that's funny anon my last name is french in origin but it was mispelled when my ancestor arrived in uruguay
Shit, he also said that a lot of immigrants arriving in Uruguay had their surname butchered when registering, I'm not kidding, he took the example of german immigrants but I believe it affected other nationalities too.
I think you may have found one of your cousin anon
i dont believe ya
america makes sense cos muh emigrants but fuckin norfolk?
Wrong search, same result
How do you even manage to be the only person with your surname in a country?
Sometimes when people immigrate they fuck up when writing down the surname.
Pretty common here.
Pic not related though.
I'm not that guy but having misspelled surnames was extremely common for everyone but spanish immigrants.
Italian Rossi would be written down as Rosi and the like. French surnames were really easy to fuck up and well, the poor germans even more.