Early records reveal that this surname originated in England. Visually scanning a map of England, one can find a town named Goltz. The etymological origin of the surname Goltz can be found in the english word “gold”, which means “gold, stone”. Written documents are an easy prey for the natural destructiveness of time; thus it is often no mean task to discover records of some of the earliest individuals who used a particular surname. In the case of Goltz, however, meticulous investigations have yielded interesting results: In an old and priceless document dated 1660, referred to today as “Dictionary of Ennglish Surname”, there is a reference to a Peter Goltz. The coat of arms displayed on this page was that of one branch of the Goltz family; it was used by Laile Goltz. In times long past, it was not unusual for a family to display a motto – a short phrase which expressed an important idea or principle – below its coat of arms, or on written scrolls. One line of the Goltz family employed the motto “Peace warriors”: “preserving peace in the villag”. As far as is known, the first Goltz to arrive in America was a person named , who at the age of embarked on a …
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