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Surname Jonson

Cognomen Jonson (Jonson Philippines Nigeria United States Indonesia Sweden, ジョンソン Japan, 琼森 China) , in the entire world, is a common last name. The cognomen Jonson is habitual in Sweden, where it is quite a common surname, Philippines, where it is quite a rare surname, and Mauritius. In absolute terms, it most frequently occurs in Philippines, Nigeria, and the United States. Likewise, Jonson is the forename as well as the last name.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Jonson

Nomographic illustration
Jonson Philippines, Sweden, United States, Indonesia, Nigeria
ジョンソン Japan
琼森 China
ג'ונסון Israel

Notable namesakes

mrs jonson wife of Ben Jonson, sometimes identified as "Ann Lewis", the woman who married a Benjamin Jonson in 1594, at the church of St Magnus-the-Martyr, near London Bridge (b. 1501) link
picture of benjamin jonson benjamin jonson benjamin jonson 17th-century English playwright, poet, and actor, GB (b. 1572) link
picture of olof jonson olof jonson olof jonson Swedish architect (1849-1926), SE (b. 1849) link
picture of gustav jonson gustav jonson gustav jonson Estonian military personnel, EE (b. 1880) link
johannes jonson SE (b. 1823) link
picture of birger jonson birger jonson birger jonson Swedish architect, SE (b. 1890) link
picture of sven jonson sven jonson sven jonson painter (1902-1981), SE (b. 1902) link
picture of alvar jonson alvar jonson alvar jonson Swedish artist, SE (b. 1914) link
picture of sten jonson sten jonson sten jonson Swedish architect, SE (b. 1918) link
picture of bror jonson bror jonson bror jonson Swedish painter, SE (b. 1923) link
fredrik jonson Swedish writer (1876-1951), SE (b. 1876) link
picture of jonas jonson jonas jonson jonas jonson Swedish bishop and docent, SE (b. 1939) link
tor jonson SE (b. 1880) link
picture of björn jonson björn jonson björn jonson Swedish nuclear physicist at Chalmers University of Technology (b. 1941) link
raymond jonson American painter (1891-1982), US (b. 1891) link