Underhill Family CrestThe English surname Underhill is a topographic name for someone who lived at the foot of a hill, or a habitational name from Underhill in Devon, named from Old English under ‘under’ + hyll, or from Underhill in Kent, named from Old English under + helde ‘slope’. The first record of the name is William Underhill of Bedford who is registered in the Hundred Rolls of that county in 1273. Other recordings include those of John Underhelde in the Close Rolls of King Edward 1st in 1294, Sarah Undrell who married Francis Lee at Westminster, in 1625, and Elissabeathe (as spelt) Undrill, whose daughter also spelt Elissabeath, was christened at the Parish Church, Kensington, in 1646. 

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