Fine old name going back to Norman times – 1066 and all that – but rather neglected today after a surge in the 1960s


Geoffrey arrived in Britain with the Norman conquest and came back into prominence from the 1950s onwards but in this century there are few new Geoffrey babies


Geoffrey Boycott determined cricketer and blunt commentator, Geoff Capes Britain’s best known strong man, Geoffrey Chaucer wrote the epic Canterbury Tales, Geoffrey Fisher archbishop who crowned the Queen, Geoffrey de Havilland pioneer aviator and plane builder, Geoffrey Howe whose resignation led to Margaret Thatcher’s downfall, Geoff Hurst hat-trick hero of England’s world cup, Geoffrey of Monmouth wrote the lives of Merlin and King Arthur, Geoffrey Rush brilliant in Shine and The King’s Speech

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