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Granados Name Meaning

Spanish: topographic name from the plural of granado ‘pomegranate tree’ (see Granado 2).

Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press

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Granados Family Origin

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Granados Family Occupations

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  • Labor

    50%
  • Miner

    50%

In 1880, the most common Granados occupation in the USA was Labor. 50% of Granados's were Labors. Labor and Miner were the top 2 reported jobs worked by Granados.

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Granados Life Expectancy

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Famous Granados Family

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Albert Einstein1879 - 1955 (76)
James Dean1931 - 1955 (24)
Abraham Lincoln1809 - 1865 (56)
Ansel Easton Adams1902 - 1984 (82)
Albert Einstein1879 - 1955 (76)
James Dean1931 - 1955 (24)
Abraham Lincoln1809 - 1865 (56)

Mark Twain1835 - 1910 (74)
Martin Luther King, Jr.1929 - 1968 (39)
Ella Fitzgerald1918 - 1996 (78)
Babe Ruth1895 - 1948 (53)
Mark Twain1835 - 1910 (74)
Martin Luther King, Jr.1929 - 1968 (39)
Ella Fitzgerald1918 - 1996 (78)
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