The Clayburn One-Name Study

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The surname "Clayburn"as spelt, appears to have originated in Yorkshire, particularly in the Howden area of the East Riding of Yorkshire, from which many family groups around Britain and the world emanate. If the name was brought into the East Riding of Yorkshire from elsewhere, we have yet to discover and prove the source.


The name "Clayburn" is used as a main heading in the I.G.I.

There are a number of possible variants, see

Variants on the Name "Clayburn"

We will accept for investigation, any name that looks or sounds similar to Clayburn.


A number of derivations for the Clayburn name have been put forward by amateur and professional researchers alike, see

The Meaning of "Clayburn"


For information on Clayburns in England, see

The Clayburn One-Name Study in England


For information on Clayburns in Scotland see

The Clayburn One-Name Study in Scotland


For information on Clayburns in Ireland, see

The Clayburn One-Name Study in Ireland


For information on Clayburns in Wales, see

The Clayburn One-Name Study in Wales


We have investigated and continue to research emigration from the British Isles including Ireland. We would welcome any further information about or links or connections to this surname from Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the USA or any other countries.


For Clayburn information on Global Scale, see

The Clayburn One-Name Study in Other Countries


Please e-mail Rod Clayburn for further details on Clayburn family information sharing worldwide


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