Baxter family page
Record of the baptism of Mary Ann Baxter in St Helier in 1824
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Origins of surname
This name is derived from the old English name for a female baker - baecestre - and dates back to the 11th century, in England.
The name first appeared in St Helier records in 1824, and was confined to that parish through the 19th century.
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