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"anderson" family name, ancestry, and history

Meaning: "Anders's son"

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Anderson, Andersson or Andersen is a surname deriving from a patronymic meaning "son of Anders/Andrew" (itself derived from the Greek name "Andreas", meaning "man" or "manly"). It has originated in parallel in Scotland and the Nordic countries. In Scotland, the name was first found in the Great Glen and Strathspeydate=September 2008, where the Anderson family was seated from ancient timeswhen. The name soon migrated to England. Anderson is the 43rd-most common surname in the United Kingdom. In Sweden, the form Andersson (and also Anderson) is the second-most common name. In Norway and Denmark, the form Andersen is quite common, being the fifth most common surname in both countries - see Andersen. The Scandinavian forms Andersson and Andersen were often rendered as Anderson by immigrants to the English-speaking countries, whereby the latter form become one of the most common American surnames. The name was eleventh most common surname reported in the 1990 United States census, accounting for 0.3% of the population. It is the twelfth most common surname reported in the 2000 United States Census. Anderson is also one of the most common surnames in Canada. Other spelling variations include: Andison, Andersonne, Andersoun, Andirsoone, Andresoun, Androson, Andirston, Andresson, Andrewson, and Andresen. Anderson as a surname may refer to: * Alf Anderson, American baseball player * Ambre Anderson, American model, actress * Anderson (footballer), various Brazilian football (soccer) players * Anderson family, a group of American professional wrestlers who are billed as relatives: ** Gene Anderson (1933–1991), fictional brother ** Lars Anderson (born 1939, real name Lawrence Heinemi), fictional brother ** Ole Anderson (born 1942, real name Alan Rogowski), fictional brother ** Arn Anderson (born 1958, real name Martin Lunde), fictional cousin ** Brad Anderson (born 1969), real-life son of Gene ** Bryant Anderson (born 1970, real name Brian Rogowski), real-life son of Ole ** C.W. Anderson (born 1971; real name Chris Wright), relationship undetermined but billed as a part of the "family" ** Karl Anderson (born 1980; real name Chad Allegra), relationship undetermined but billed as a part of the "family" ** The "family" also included another fictitious cousin, Ric Flair, whose real-life sons David Flair and Reid Flair went on to become wrestlers themselves (although the sons have never been billed as part of the Anderson "family"). * Anthony Anderson, American actor. * Anton Anderson (1892-1960), American engineer and mayor of Anchorage, Alaska 1956-1958 * Arnold Anderson, New Zealand athlete * Benedict Richard O'Gorman Anderson, social scientist, author of Imagined Communities * Bill Anderson, professional baseball player * Bob Anderson, (born 1947), American runner * Brady Anderson, American professional baseball player * Carl David Anderson (1901–1991), American physicist, 1936 Nobel laureate * Carl Thomas Anderson (1865–1948), American cartoonist, creator of the comic strip Henry * Carlotta Adele Anderson (born 1876), teacher of the deaf and dumb * Charles David Anderson (1827–1901), Confederate general * Charles David (Chic) Anderson (1931–1979), American horse race announcer * Charles DeWitt Anderson (1827–1901), Confederate colonel * Clarence E. (Bud) Anderson, American aviator and flying ace * Clayton Conrad Anderson (born 1959), American NASA astronaut * Clive Anderson, British lawyer and comedian * Curt Anderson (born 1949), Maryland legislator and former broadcast journalist * David Anderson, various people * Edmund E. Anderson, American auto designer * G Anderson, First class cricketer * Galusha Anderson, American theologian * Gary Anderson (F1 designer), former Formula One racing car designer * George Frederick Anderson, British musician and Master of the Queen's Music * Geraint Anderson, British analyst and columnist * Gerald Anderson, Filipino celebrity * Gerry Anderson, British television producer and puppeteer "Thunderbirds", "Captain Scarlet" * Gillian Anderson (born 1968), American actress * Glenn Anderson, Canadian ice hockey player * Harry Anderson, American actor and magician * Ho Che Anderson, American comic book artist * Ian Anderson (musician) (born 1947), Scottish singer, songwriter and flautist, with Jethro Tull * Ian A. Anderson, folk musician and editor of "fRoots" magazine * Ijah Anderson (born 1975), English footballer * Ivie Anderson (1904–1949), American jazz singer * Jack Anderson (1922–2005), American journalist * James Anderson, various people * Jane Anderson (born 1954), American actress, screenwriter and director * Jason Anderson, baseball player * Jesse Anderson, American murderer * Jodi Anderson (born 1957), American heptathlete * John Anderson, various people * Jon Anderson (born 1944), English musician and singer, with Yes * Judith Anderson (1897–1992), Australian film actress * Karen Anderson (born 1971), Jamaican squash player * Karl Adam (Bud) Anderson, American baseball player * Ken Anderson (born 1976), American professional wrestler known as Mr. Kennedy in WWE and Mr. Anderson in TNA * Ken Anderson (defensive lineman) (1975–2009), American football player * Ken Anderson (quarterback) (born 1949), American football player * Kenneth Anderson, various people * Laurie Anderson (born 1947), American singer and performance artist * Liz Anderson (born 1930), American country music singer * Loni Anderson (born 1945), American actress * Louie Anderson, American comedian * Louis Anderson, New Zealand rugby player * Lucy Anderson (1797–1878), English pianist * Lynn Anderson (born 1947), American country music singer * Marc Anderson, American percussionist * Margaret Caroline Anderson (1886–1973), American founder, The Little Review * Margaret L. Anderson, historian * Marian Anderson (1897–1993), First African-American Singer at the Metropolitan Opera * Mark Anderson (writer) (born 1967), American journalist and author * Mark Anderson (football player), American Football player * Martina Anderson (born 1962), Northern Irish politician * Melissa Sue Anderson (born 1962), American actress * Melody Anderson (born 1955), Canadian-American actress and social worker * Miller Anderson (1922–1965), American diver * Nicke Andersson (born 1972), Swesish musician. * Nicole Anderson (born 1990), American actress. * Oskar Johann Viktor Anderson (1887–1960), Russian-German statistician * Ottis Anderson (also known as O. J. Anderson), retired American professional football player * Pamela Denise Anderson (born 1967), Canadian-American glamour model and actress * Pamela Sue Anderson, British philosopher * Patrik Andersson (born 1971), former Swedish footballer, son to Roy and brother to Daniel * Paul Thomas Anderson (born 1970), American filmmaker * Paul W. S. Anderson (born 1965), British filmmaker * Philip Warren Anderson (born 1923), American theoretical physicist * Poul Anderson (born 1926), American science fiction author * Robert Anderson, various people * Richard Dean Anderson (born 1950), American actor * Rudolf Anderson (1927-1962), U.S. Air Force pilot and first recipient of the Air Force Cross * Russell Anderson (born 1978), Scottish footballer * Samuel Anderson, various people * Sherwood Anderson (1876–1941), American writer * Stephen Wayne Anderson (1953–2002), executed Utah assaulter and California murderer of Elizabeth Lyman * Terry Anderson, various people * Theodore Wilbur Anderson (1918 – ?), American statistician, co-inventor of the Anderson–Darling test * Thomas Anderson, various people * Tom Anderson, various people * Victor Anderson, various people * Viv Anderson, English footballer * Warren Anderson (born 1921), American former chairman of Union Carbide Corporation * Wes Anderson, film director * William Anderson (Canadian politician), politician * William L. Anderson, libertarian economist and professor at Frostburg State University in Maryland * William Louis Anderson, Former Bishop of Portsmouth and Salisbury * William T. Anderson, Confederate guerrilla leader in the American Civil War Andersson as a surname may refer to: *Arne Andersson (1917–2009), Swedish middle distance runner *Axel Andersson i Österfärnebo (1897–1979), Swedish politician *Benny Andersson Member of Swedish pop group ABBA. *Bibi Andersson, Swedish actress *Conny Andersson, Swedish former racing driver *Daniel Andersson, various people *Emil Andersson, Swedish running target shooter *Eric Andersson, Swedish motorcycle speedway rider *Gunnar Andersson, (1928–1969) Swedish football player *Håkan Andersson, Swedish former Motocross World Champion *Håkan Andersson, Swedish amateur hockey scout *Harriet Andersson, Swedish actress *Ingermar Andersson (1928-1992), Swedish sprint canoer *Joakim Andersson (diver), Swedish retired diver *Kent Andersson (motorcyclist) (1942–2006), Swedish Grand Prix motorcyclist *Kennet Andersson, Swedish footballer *Mauritz Andersson ( 1886–1971) Swedish wrestler who competed in the 1908 Summer Olympics *Nicke Andersson, Swedish singer, guitarist, drummer, songwriter and composer *Ove Andersson (1938–2008), Swedish rally driver *Patrik Andersson, Swedish footballer *Roy Andersson, Swedish filmmaker *Roy Andersson (footballer), Swedish footballer *Ulf Andersson, Swedish chess player Fictional characters: * Sgt. Zeke Anderson, character in the TV series Tour of Duty * Sgt. Suzanne Anderson, star of in the TV series Police Woman * Thomas A. Anderson ("Neo"), character from The Matrix * Judge Anderson, character from Judge Dredd * Alexander Anderson (Hellsing), character in the Japanese anime/manga series * Amy Anderson, the name briefly used by Sailor Moon character Ami Mizuno * Tom Anderson, neighbor from Beavis and Butthead * Jesse Andersen, character from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX * Trent Anderson, character from Dan Brown's novel, The Lost Symbol

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