How many of me are there?

7 Sep
Logo There are
people with my name in the U.S.A.

How many have your name?

Honestly, I’m surprised it’s that many.

If I go with my maiden name, the results are much lower . . .
Logo There are
people with my name in the U.S.A.

How many have your name?

What about you?  How many of you are there?


6 Responses to “How many of me are there?”

  1. Clare 8 September, 2010 at 4:08 am #

    Apparently 1 or less, which I suspected. The cool thing I found is that apparently 99.9 percent of the people named “Clare” are women, and that there are 834 people with my surname in the US.

    Oh, and you might want to change the spelling of “their” in your title.

    • lizalee 8 September, 2010 at 5:37 am #

      Oh, goodness. Are my 4th graders rubbing off on me again? That’s what I get for posting while I’m watching TV, too. Sheesh. Thanks, Clare.

      Loving the unique names! How does it feel to be in 0.1 percent of the population of Clares?

  2. Seabrooke 8 September, 2010 at 4:52 am #

    I’m surprised there are that many of you, too. I guess your surname is not uncommon.

    I don’t even have to look to know what I’d get. I’m fairly certain I’m the only one of me on the globe, though because both my first name and surname are UK in origin, it’s possible there’s somebody over there without a web presence who I don’t know about. 😉

    • lizalee 8 September, 2010 at 5:35 am #

      I’ve run into Liza Millers and even Liza Lees (my middle name is Lee) on the net so I knew they were out there. I was surprised by the Donaldson one though — it doesn’t seem like that uncommon a last name to me. Interesting.

      Yes, Seabrooke, I’d have to imagine that your name is fairly unique! Gorgeous and unique!

  3. KGMom 8 September, 2010 at 12:40 pm #

    33 for name now; 1 for name before changing it.
    Why do we change names anyhow when we get married.

    People say–didn’t you USED to be so and so. I still am, I still am!

    • lizalee 9 September, 2010 at 8:11 pm #

      I know, Donna. I didn’t want to change my name but I *thought* my husband would expect it so I did it. When I asked him about it AFTER the fact . . . he said, he didn’t care. Sigh. It was too much trouble to change it BACK. 🙂 If I’m ever a published author, I’d like to use my maiden name . . . Liza Donaldson . . . instead of my married name.

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