Ratliff

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Ratliff is a surname of English origin, though the family migrated to England from France after the Norman Conquest of 1066. Variations include Ratcliff, Radcliff, Ratcliffe, Radcliffe, and others.[1] The name is derived from archaic spellings of the phrase, "red cliff."[2] In the United States, the surname can be found in all parts of the country but it is not common.

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