Thank you so much for your reply.
An often repeated theory is the Huguenmot one but so far, in my research, I've not been able to prove it. Everyone seems to 'trot this out' but goodness knows why! So, I'm now determined to either prove / dis-prove the theory.
The name certainly goes back far in Suffolk history but as it does not feature in books of surname meanings, it's frustrating!
I will look at the web-site you recommended and give all theories due consideration!
Thanking you once again!
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