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Derived from the Spanish herrería, meaning "place where ironwork is made," the Herrera surname means "worker in iron, a blacksmith." According to the Instituto Genealógico e Histórico Latino-Americano, this Castellan surname originated in the Villa of Pedraza, in the province of Segovia, in Castile and Leon, Spain.
Herrera is the 33rd most common Hispanic surname.
Herrera may also be seen spelled as Herrero or Herera.
Famous People With the Surname Herrera
- Odubel Herrera - Venezuelan professional baseball player/
- Caroline Herrera - Venezuelan fashion designer; married to Reinaldo Herrera.
- Paloma Herrera - Famous Argentine ballerina.
Genealogy Resources for the Surname Herrera
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Find records, queries, and lineage-linked family trees posted for the Herrera surname and its variations at FamilySearch.org.
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