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Baby Named for Grace Coolidge –

Baby Named for Grace Coolidge – | Name News | Scoop.it
Grace Coolidge Yesterday we talked about Calvin Coolidge, so today here’s a quick story involving his wife, Grace: In October of 1926, several earthquakes struck Turkey and Armenia. (They wer…
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Baby born in Mpls. hospital drop-off zone named after security officer who helped deliver her - StarTribune.com

Baby born in Mpls. hospital drop-off zone named after security officer who helped deliver her - StarTribune.com | Name News | Scoop.it
To honor the woman who caught their healthy baby girl, the Gonzalezes decided to name their daughter Tiffany, after Owen.

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Babies Named for Sailing Ships (D) –

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The people below were born aboard — and named after! — ships with D-names… Dacca:William Adlard Dacca Dillon, born in 1884Alfred Dacca Taylor, born in 1886Janet Kate Dacca Ingles, born …
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Babies Named for Sailing Ships (C) –

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The people below were born aboard — and named after! — ships with C-names… Caduceus:John Caduceus Mason, born in 1869Pauline Caduceus Pyne, born in 1871Amy Caduceus Ward, born in 1871 C…
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Babies Named for Sailing Ships (A) –

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Back when sea voyages were the only way to reach distant lands, many babies ended up being born aboard ships. And many of these ship-born babies were given names that reflected the circumstances of…
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Sea-Themed Names Given to Sea-Born Babies –

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Earlier this year, singer Ed Sheeran welcomed a baby girl named Lyra Antarctica Seaborn Sheeran. She wasn’t actually born at sea — “Seaborn” is her mother’s surname &#…
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Storm van der Zee –

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In October of 1636, Albert Andriessen Bradt and his wife Annetje boarded the Wapen Van Rensselaerwyck in Amsterdam and set off for the New World. (Interestingly, neither one was Dutch: Albert was o…
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Names in the News: Twifia, Víðir, Kent –

Names in the News: Twifia, Víðir, Kent – | Name News | Scoop.it
Some recent baby names from the news… Kent: A baby boy born in Michigan in September while his parents were on their way to the hospital was named Nolan Kent — middle name after the road on w…
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Baby Names at

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Lindsay shared a shot of her daughter’s face and revealed her name: Sage Jill Cusick.
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Welcome, Sage! (Born on the first anniversary of her grandmother Jill's death.)

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Pau Gasol Has Welcomed A Daughter And Her Name Is Really Special

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Elisabet’s middle name is Gianna, after Kobe Bryant’s daughter
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Welcome, Elisabet!

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Baby Named for Midwife & Ship –

In September of 1960, the American hospital ship SS Hope traveled to Jakarta, Indonesia, on its maiden voyage. In mid-December, the first baby was born aboard the ship. The baby girl was named Mada…
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Couple has baby in car, baby's middle name taken from Kent Lake Road where he was born

Couple has baby in car, baby's middle name taken from Kent Lake Road where he was born | Name News | Scoop.it
"I feel great and he's doing great and it's just a neat story he'll be able to tell," said Julie Dunn.
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Welcome, Nolan Kent!

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First baby born inside Noah gets name of Q-facility

A BABY boy born at the New Normal Oasis for Adaptation and a Home (Noah)Complex at the South Road Properties in Cebu City now serves as a ray of hope for Covid-19 patients on isolation at the facility.Noah
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Babies Named for Sailing Ships (F) –

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The people below were born aboard — and named after! — ships with F-names… Falkland:Falkland James Macfarlane, born in 1859 Famenoth:Famenoth Bradley, born in 1876 Far East:Horace Far E…
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Babies Named for Sailing Ships (E) –

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The SS Earl Dalhausie The people below were born aboard — and named after! — ships with E-names… Earl Dalhousie:Lydia Dalhousie Woodhard, born in 1873Sydney Dalhousie Smith, born in 187…
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Leon Edward Seattle No. 3 Yukon Woodpile –

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Mollie Walsh Mary “Mollie” Walsh was a young Irishwoman who operated a grub tent in the Yukon during the Klondike gold rush. She was “known among the stampeders for her beauty and…
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Babies Named for Sailing Ships (B) –

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The people below were born aboard — and named after! — ships with B-names… Baltic:Annie Baltic Jones, born in 1880 Bard of Avon:William Avon Clifford, born in 1864 Baron Blantyre:…
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Name of the Year 2020 –

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This 'Name of the Year' post is going to be a no-brainer, so let's jump right into this, shall we? Origin: Ancient Greek via Latin Etymology: From Latin corōna, itself Ancient Greek κορώνη (korṓnē), referring to a type of sea-bird (perhaps a shearwater), a crow or anything that is curved or hooked, aside from referring…
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Sister of youngest Manchester bomb victim names baby daughter after her in moving tribute

Sister of youngest Manchester bomb victim names baby daughter after her in moving tribute | Name News | Scoop.it

Ms Bromwich, 29, has now given birth to a healthy baby girl who she named Ever-Rose in memory of her late sister [Saffie-Rose].

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Welcome, Ever-Rose!

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Baby Named for the Georgic –

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In 1933, during the second week of May, the ocean liner Georgic traveled west across the Atlantic from Ireland to the United States. One day into the trip, a pregnant passenger named Alice Nolan we…
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Baby Named Northland for Boat –

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In October of 1912, as the steamship Northland was traveling northward along the west coast of the U.S. from California to Oregon, an 8-pound baby was born to passenger Mrs. Daniel Boone Conover. T…
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BEST & WORST LOCKDOWN BABY NAMES - SJ STRUM 2020 Baby Names

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Airplane Baby Named Pawan-deep –

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On the morning of August 27, 2008, a woman aboard a Cathay Pacific flight from Hong Kong to Adelaide went into labor. Paramjit Kaur gave birth to a baby boy over Northwest Territory, and the plane …
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Baby Named “Cyclone Cape Dove Four Bells” –

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The Waipa in the late 19th century. In November of 1878, a baby boy was born aboard the New Zealand ship Waipa, which was under the command of Capt. John Gorn at the time. The baby, “born in …
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Baby Named “St. Louis” After Ship –

On July 8, 1895, a steerage passenger aboard the steamship St. Louis (traveling from Southampton to New York) gave birth to a baby boy. The passenger, Marie Sillanpau*, named her son St. Louis R…
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