The surname Astorge was first found in Auvergne, a historic province in south central France where this ancient family held a
from very early times.
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of this family name include: Astorg, Astorgue, Astorge, Astorgg, Astorc, Astorque, Astorq, Astork, Astor, Astaurg, Astaur, Astaug, Astaurgue, Astaurge, Astaure, Astauge, Astaurgg, Astaurc, Astaurque, Astaurq, Astaurk, Asttorg, Astorgue, Asttorge, Asttorgg, Asttorc, Asttorque, Asttorq, Asttork, Asttor, Asttaurg, Asttaur, Asttaug, Asttaurgue, Asttaurge, Asttaure, Asttauge, Asttaurgg, Asttaurc, Asttaurque, Asttaurq, Asttaurk, Asstorg, Asstorgue, Asstorge, Asstorc, Asstorque and many more.
Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: J.J. Astor, aged 59; settled in New York with his child in 1822.