The surname Francklin is of English origin. It derives from the Middle English ‘frankeleyn’, freeman, which came to denote a member of a class of free holders who were not of noble birth. This is derived from the Norman French word ‘frank’, which means both free and Frankish. The connection between freemen and Franks is reflected in the Late … Coat of arms: Sable on a bend invicted between two martlets or, a dolphin hauriant proper, bet…
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