||Long, Alford, Baker, Benintendi, Blevens, Boehm, Bowman, Brown, Burris,
Chism, Conrad, Depriest, Durbin, Ellison, Evens, Gabbard, Gebert, Gebhard,
Gentry, Haggerty, Hankins, Harrison, Hart, Headrick, Helton, Hensel, Herr,
Hinton, Houser, Hutson, James, Kiviaho, Long, Love, Mahaffey, Madill, Mcclure,
Mcdonald, Mcglouthlin, Mcguire, Mcneill, Mercer, Miller, Moore, Murr, Nicodemus,
Peters, Pfieffer, Piper, Reynolds, Rice, Roady, Roberts, Scheving, Shawley,
Sliger, Slinkard, Stufflebeam, Utter, Wallen, Wolfe, Woods, Young
||Gentry: is a variation of the English nickname "Gentle", although
sometimes used in an ironic fashion, generally described the "gentleman"
from Old French and Middle English "gentel=well-born, noble, courteous."
Variations are "Gentile", "Jentle", "Gent", "Jent" and "Gentry."