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Background: his picturesque name is of Anglo Saxon origin and is a nickname surname given to a tall thin man, or someone with long legs, or some other fancied resemblance to the bird. The derivation is from the old English "cran(uc)", "cron(uc)", "cren(uc)", which means a crane and until the introduction of a separate word in the 14th Century also a heron.

Variations: Crane, Crain, Craine, Crandall, Crandell, Crayn, Crayne, Krane.

More Info: Read Full Family History and view the Coat of Arms

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