Ron Turcotte is a jockey. Ron was born on July 22nd, in Drummond, New Brunswick. Jean-Claude Turcotte was a cardinal. Jean-Claude was born on June 26th, He died on April 8th, Darren Turcotte is a hockey player. His career lasted from to Darren was born on March 2nd, in Boston.
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While the simplified explanation of Turcotte came from turk, there is the persistent aspect that the family name has been Turcault, Turcaud, Turcot, Turcott, Turquot and Turcotte, consistently 2 syllables. With codex of t or t, not t Turcott of french surnames, it has been said that they came into existence around the year and were mostly confined to the nobility. The employment of surnames in England in the eleventh century was one of the results of the Norman French conquest of which was carried out under William the Conqueror. The french name Turcott and it's variants Turco, Turc, Turq, and LeTurc is of nickname origin, that is, descriptive of some personal or physical characteristic of the initial bearer of this surname. In this instance, the name is a nickname derived from the medieval French "turc" which in turn comes from the middle latin "turcus" meaning "a turk". Turk was a term used to describe a Mohamadan or all infidels, that is non-Christians. Thus the surname Turcott was a medieval nickname applied to a crusader. The crusades from Latin "crux" meaning "Cross" were a series of religious wars waged by the christian nations of Europe during the eleventh, twelfth and thirteenth centuries for the recovery of the holy land from the Moslems.
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The surname Turcotte was first found in Provence, where this distinguished family held a family seat since ancient times. Since the 12th century, this impressive family has been known in Italy by the du Turca name which originated from the Viscounts of Toscanne. In , the Emperor, Frederick II, instructed his chaplain to reconcile various branches of the name that originated from the House of Toscanne and the Turca name was among that list. Throughout the centuries the family expanded, prospered and branched out to Lyon where the Torquet family is mentioned in , and in where the Torquat family of Coulerie and of Bretagne are recorded. Playing an important role in his community, Laurens Turcal of la Valteline in Geneva is mentioned in Abel Turcotte, born in , was a French carpenter that travelled from Poitou, France to Canada in the 17th century. Your Ancient Canadian Family Ties.