The Spanish surname Garcia has two possible origins. Garcia means son of or descendent of "Garcia" the Spanish form of Gerald. Garcia may also mean somebody that came from the place named "Garcia" a town in the Northeast of Spain between Valencia and Barcelona. Garcia is the most common Hispanic name in the United States with over 900,000 bearers of the name living there. A notable bearer of the name is Gabriel García Márquez, the noted Colombian writer born in Magdalena Colombia in 1927.
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