As the band Sparks once said, "This Town Ain't Big Enough for Both of Us." Sometimes, even one village isn't big enough. Sometimes, one person has to move away. And sometimes, that person moves away and creates their own village, in their own image, and with their own name. Markham, meaning "Mark's village," is a name with English roots and the result of Mark moving house. Markham has been used as a pseudonym on at least two occasions, firstly for writer Elizabeth Penrose in the early 1800s to hide her gender. And again in the mid-1960s by Glidrose Publications to continue the James Bond book series. Your little Markham won't have to hide their name and can proudly display it throughout the village.
Markham Name Popularity Data
Overall:Markham is currently #22849 in U.S. births
Boy:Markham is currently #7159 in U.S. births
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