Babies Named for Sailing Ships (F)

The people below were born aboard — and named after! — ships with F-names…

  • Falkland:
    • Falkland James Macfarlane, born in 1859
  • Famenoth:
    • Famenoth Bradley, born in 1876
  • Far East:
    • Horace Far East Guest, born in 1866
  • Fernglen:
    • James Fernglen Power, born in 1876
    • Minnie Fernglen Morrell, born in 1878
  • Feronia:
    • Ada Feronia Hutchinson, born in 1863
  • Fitzroy:
    • William Fitzroy Beck, born in 1882
  • Florence:
    • Florence Harding Campbell, born in 1884
  • Fontabelle:
    • Minnie Fontabelle Nixon, born in 1866
  • Forfarshire:
    • Mary Forfarshire Khrupp, born in 1872
    • Joseph Forfarshire Hughes, born in 1872
    • Hannah Forfarshire Hill, born in 1873
  • France:
    • France Atlantic Amsen, born in 1871
  • Furnessia:
    • Margaret Furnessia Breen, born in 1884
    • Sarah Furnessia Johnstone, born in1888

Do you think any of the ship names above work particularly well as human names?

Source: FamilySearch.org

2 thoughts on “Babies Named for Sailing Ships (F)

  1. I grew up on a boat…which my parents were kind enough not to name me after (it a converted WWII navy launch named SNAFU). But they did want to name me something nautical, which is why my name is Gale, after a storm on the sea (not a shortened form of Abigail).

    They joked that it was either that or “May Day.”

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