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We take so much for granted in our own time and space. In this world of easy ancestry research, one would think that everyone has a last name and has had so for generations. It appears that last names could have come into being by governments of times past in an effort to control the populations, give order to the populations and identify them, much like an ID card would attempt to do so now.It also appears that everyday Fred, Bill or Jo would confuse the ID issue to the point of anarchy.Delman says the Afghans can choose whatever surname they like.In 1849, Governor Narciso Claveria decreed that Filipinos be assigned hereditary surnames.Even though Turkey was a multi-ethnic and multi-faith state, The Surname Law sought to eradicate any personal markers that might differentiate a non-Turk from the greater Turkish state.
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Delman claims modern-day Turks also have government-enforced surnames.
He says in 1934 the Turkish government introduced the measure to help build a modern, westernized nation out of the ruins of the Ottoman Empire.
But these days, some political scientists say birth and death certificates, specific addresses (2 Smith Street Smithville NSW rather than ‘somewhere along the Castlereagh’), identity cards, passports, social security numbers, photographs, fingerprints and now DNA are now replacing the surname as a political tool to control the population.
I am particularly interested in the Charles and Allen Families that came from Dubbo and surrounds.