Jury Name Meaning

English: habitational name from Middle English, Old French ju(ie)rie ‘Jewish quarter’, often denoting a non-Jew living in the Jewish quarter of a town, rather than a Jew. Most medieval English cities had their Jewish quarters, at least until King Edward I’s attempted expulsion of the Jews from England in 1290. This did not succeed in expelling the Jews, but it did give a license to persecution and so broke up many of the old Jewish quarters.

List of People with Surname Jury

According to our database, there are a total of 786 people with the surname Jury. Among these people surnamed Jury, there are about 215 unique names, with an average of 3 people who have the same name. John Jury, William Jury and Robert Jury are the top three most popular names from the list of people surnamed Jury, with 22, 17 and 16 people respectively.

Moreover, we found that Pennsylvania has the largest number of people surnamed Jury, with a total of 116 people, and there are a total of 89 unique names among these people. California is the second-most populous state for people with the surname Jury, with a total of 66 people and an average of 52 unique names.