Trafford (surname)

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Trafford is a British surname of Anglo-Saxon origin. The Trafford family is one of the oldest recorded families in England, tracing its roots back to Radulphus, who died in about 1050.[1] As Anglo-Saxons, the Traffords initially resisted the Normans, but were granted a pardon shortly after the Norman conquest of England, when they took the name de Trafford.[2] The name Trafford may refer to:

See also


  1. ^ "The Trafford Family", retrieved 4 August 2007
  2. ^ "Early Chatterton History", archived from the original on 5 January 2002, retrieved 5 August 2007
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