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Neho family page


Jean Neho married Elizabeth Picot in St Helier in 1753

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Origins of surname

This is a Normandy name, particularly common in Manche, and is probably derived from the personal name Neel, and the Norse holmr, meaning someone living on a small island or flat land by the side of a river. As with many French names, the varying spellings are found in different geographical areas.

Early records

The name first appeared in Jersey church records in the 1640s and was present for another two centuries, before dying out.


  • Neho
  • Nehou
  • Nehout
  • Nehoult

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