Mason (surname)

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Mason is an occupational surname that refers to someone who did stonemasonry work, or it came from the first-name Maso, which is the short form of the personal name Tommaso. The name Tommaso, or Thomas, is itself derived from the Aramic "toma" which means "twin".[1] [2] It is of Italian, French, Scottish, English or Irish origin.

In England, the name was first found on the Isle of Thanet, and in Italy, in Piedmont. Notable people with the surname include:

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Brewster Mason (1922-1987), British actor

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