Pemberton (W3)Den Familiennamen "Pemberton" findet man in verschiedenen Schreibweisen wie "Pembertin", "Pemberton", "Permmerton", "Pemton", "Pimberton", "Pimperton", "Pimpton", "Penburton", "Pompton". Es handelt sich dabei um einen Herkunftsnamen, der sich auf einen Bezirk "Pemberton" (south-west of Wigan, in the county of Lancashire) bezieht ("Penberton" (1201), "Pemberton" (1212). Die Bezeichnung setzt sich zusammen aus altengl. "pen" = dt. "Berggipfel", altengl. "bere" = dt. "Gerste", "Graupe" und altengl. "tun" = dt. "Zaun" und erweitert "Bauernhof" (der auch in engl. "town" = dt. "Stadt" steckt). "Pemberton" bedeutet also dt. "Gerstenfarm auf dem Hügel".
Pemberton, John (1727-1795)
American Civil War: Lieutenant General John C. Pemberton
Sophie Pemberton - Canadian Painter
Ginther, Pemberton, 1869-1959
- Miss Pat at Artemis Lodge (English) (as Author)
- Miss Pat at School (English) (as Author)
- The Ranch Girls in Europe (English) (as Illustrator)
Pemberton, Max, 1863-1950 ¶
Pemberton, Murdock, 1888-1982 ¶
- Aladdin of London; Or, Lodestar (English) (as Author)
- The Best British Short Stories of 1922 (English) (as Contributor)
- The Garden of Swords (English) (as Author)
- The Great White Army (English) (as Author)
- The House Under the Sea: A Romance (English) (as Author)
- The Iron Pirate: A Plain Tale of Strange Happenings on the Sea (English) (as Author)
- Jewel Mysteries From a Dealer's Note Book (English) (as Author)
- The Lady Evelyn: A Story of To-day (English) (as Author)
- The Man Who Drove the Car (English) (as Author)
- Swords Reluctant War and The Woman (English) (as Author)
Pemberton, T. Edgar ¶
- The Broadway Anthology (English) (as Author)
Pemberton, Thomas Edgar ¶
- Ellen Terry and Her Sisters (English) (as Author)
- Freezing a Mother-in-Law or Suspended Animation; A farce in one act (English) (as Author)
Pemberton, John Clifford (1814-1881), a United States and Confederate army officer.
Pemberton One-Name Study
"Pembertonne", "Pemerton", "Penmerton", "Pembarton", "Pembarto", "Premerton", etc. Not "Pembleton" (See "Pendleton".)
There are varying opinions about the origin and meaning of the name. Most seem to agree that "ber" refers to "barley" and "ton" to a hill or town. Others advance the idea that "ber" is a transformation of "brit" which has the same root as "British". Ancestry.com quotes the Dictionary of American Family Names, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-508137-4, thus: 'English: habitational name from a place in Greater Manchester called Pemberton, from Celtic "penn" "hill", "head" + Old English "bere" "barley" + "tun" "enclosure", "settlement".' Then, if one really likes to speculate, there are ancient and tantalising names like "Dumbarton".
The origin of the name "Pemberton" has been traced as far back as 1189 when "Adam de Pemberton" is mentioned in the Close Rolls of London, during the reign of King Richard I, "the Lionheart" who was King of England from 1189 to 1199. The earliest Pemberton will in the Cheshire Record Office is "William Pemberton", 1581, and the earliest in Lancashire is Alan de Pemberton, 1202.
"Pemberton", as a place name, can be traced to an area southwest of Wigan, Lancashire, England. It was recorded in the Pipe Rolls of that county in 1201 as "Penberton". A decade later it is recorded as "Pemberton" in the Book of Fees. The Surname Database states that "...the place was called from the Olde English pre 7th century "pen", meaning the summit of a hill, "bere", meaning barley, and "tun", a farm hence, "The barley farm on the hill".
Pourquoi John Pemberton a marqué les annales?
Last name: Pemberton
Recorded in a wide range of spellings including "Pembertin", "Pemberton", "Permmerton", "Pemton", "Pimberton", "Pimperton", "Pimpton", "Penburton", "Pompton" and others, this is an English surname.
"Merry Pemberton", also known as Gimmick Girl and Merry, Girl of 1000 Gimmicks is a fictional character in the DC Comics Universe. She first appeared in Star-Spangled Comics #81 in June 1948.
"Pemberton" is an English, Anglo Saxon family name (surname) first found in "Pemberton", Greater Manchester, a residential area of Wigan, historically a part of Lancashire. It is common in the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States and many places with an English diaspora.
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.
Engl. "Pemberton" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1760 auf.