Lisk Family of NJ, previously Staten Island, Circa 1670

Updated January 18, 2009

Patrick Lisk
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Research yields the source for the surname Lisk and its variants Leask, Leisk, Lask and Lesk may be of local origin, deriving from the place where a man once lived or held land. In this case the name would have its root in the old "Lands of Leask", in the parish of Slaines, Aberdeenshire. Noble families of the name include the Lisk family of Scotland who was granted a blazon of arms described in the "General Armory of Great Britain" by Sir Bernard Burke.

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