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Origins of surname

We have found no specific reference to the origin of Crapp, but it is almost certainly a variant of Crapper, which is an occupational surname for a picker of fruit or vegetables or a reaper of corn. The derivation is from the old English word cropp meaning 'head of a plant', which in Middle English became crop'.

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The first appearance of this surname in Jersey records was the baptism of Elizabeth Crapper, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth, in St Helier in 1828


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