Tribbick Family CrestThe Isle of Wight and Cornish surname Tribbick is a topographical name for a dweller in a homestead by a stream, from the Cornish element "tre", homestead, village, a common placename element in the Isle of Wight and Cornwall, and the Middle English "bekke", a stream. The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of John and Fraunces Trybbicke, which was dated January 18th 1623, christening witness at St. Andrew's, Holborn, London. Further examples of the surname include the following: the christening of Maria, daughter of Johannin and Francisae Tribbicke, on September 23rd 1630 at Pipe Ridware, Staffordshire; the marriage of Simeon Trebic and Grace Blake on April 23rd 1632 at Plympton Erle in Devonshire; and the christening of William George Tribbeck on February 20th 1848 at St. Andrew's, Holborn, London. 

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