laurin History, Family Crest & Coats of Arms
The surname laurin comes from an old French given name Laurens (Laurentius in Latin). Versions of this given name were popular throughout Christian Europe due to a Saint, so named, who was martyred in Rome in the 3rd century A.D.
Early Origins of the laurin family
The surname laurin was first found in Provence.
Important Dates for the laurin family
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laurin Spelling Variations
Spelling variations of this family name include: Laurent, Saint-Laurent, Lauren, Laurents, Lorent, Loren, Laurrent, Laurren, Laurrents, Lorrent, Lorren, Laurrens, Laurens, Laurrens, Saint-Laurrent, Saint-Lauren, Saint-Laurents, Saint-Laurrents, Saint-Laurren, Saint-Lorent, Saint-Loren, Saint-Lorens, Saint-Lorrent, Saint-Lorren and many more.
Early Notables of the laurin family (pre 1700)
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Migration of the laurin family
Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Augustus Laurent, who settled in Philadelphia in 1856; Catharine Laurent, aged 60; settled in New Orleans in 1820; François Laurent settled in Philadelphia in 1796.
Contemporary Notables of the name laurin (post 1700)
- Rene-Georges Laurin (d. 2006), French member of the World War II Resistance and politician
- Joseph Laurin (1811-1888), Canadian notary, author and politician
- Georges-Philippe Laurin (1892-1964), Canadian politician, Member of Parliament for Jacques Cartier (1930-1935)
- Camille Laurin (1922-1999), Canadian psychiatrist and politician, Member of the National Assembly of Quebec for Bourget (1970-1973)
- Lucien Laurin (1912-2000), Canadian Hall of Fame Thoroughbred horse trainer best known as the trainer of the great Secretariat
- Laurin Dewey Woodworth (1837-1897), American Republican politician, Member of Ohio State Legislature; U.S. Representative from Ohio 17th District, 1873-77 
- Laurin Dewey Woodworth (1837-1897), U.S. Representative from Ohio
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