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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. The name is derived from archaic spellings of the phrase, "red cliff." In the United States, the surname can be found in all parts of the country but it is not common.
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