Graham Windsor

Graham Windsor are two names associated with James Graham from Windsor Ontario Canada.

Graham is James’ last name, NOT his first name and should not be confused with anyone named Graham James. Or anyone else for that matter.

Graham Windsor
Graham Windsor Article

According to Google, the given name, Graham, originated from the surname Graham, which is derived from Grantham, Lincolnshire, England.

In the 12th century the surname was taken from England to Scotland by Sir William de Graham, who founded the Graham clan. Variant spellings of the surname are Grahame and Graeme.

There are at least 19,733 people in the U.S. with the first name Graham. More than 99.9 percent of people with the first name Graham are male which seems pretty obvious.

Scottish Grahams claimed descent from a clan chief called Grame, but the first authentic bearer of the name was William of Graham who was actually a Norman.

The Graham name is also thought to be of Irish decent as well but there are debates about whether that is true or not.

Like the name Graham Windsor also comes from England. Windsor is a small city in Berkshire with a population of
32,184 people.

It’s located in the South Eastern part of the United Kingdom. It’s known mostly for the world famous Windsor castle.

According to Geo targeting, there are 49 places in the world named Windsor including Windsor Ontario.

This city is affectionately called the city of roses. According to one blogger on the world wide web, Windsor got this nickname because so many Windsorites had flower beds full of roses. I’m not sure if this is true or not, but it does make for a great story!

in any case, the names Graham and Windsor have a long history that comes from thousands of miles away. Both names carry much respect and admiration and are proudly honored.

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