Well this is no real surprise is it? On November 16, 2006 By firebrunetteIn Main Page Chauntel Andreasen HowManyOfMe.com There are:0people with my namein the U.S.A. How many have your name? Advertisements Share this:Buy Me A CoffeeFacebookPinterestEmailGooglePrintTwitterRedditLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Post navigation Previous Averting disasterNext For once, not a knitting post 7 thoughts on “Well this is no real surprise is it?” It may make you feel better to know that a girl I played basketball with in high school has you first name and I don’t think it was very rare growing up in D.C.. You might be the first caucasian I’ve ever met with the name though so it’s still an interesting name. My parents thought they were being original and unique because they didn’t watch t.v. when I was born. Instead, there has been another Erin in every class I’ve been in. The Waltons was on in 1974 and one of the daughters was named Erin. It’s one of the best arguments I’ve heard for watching t.v.. LikeLike November 16, 2006 at 7:56 pm As a follow up there are 87 people in this country that have both my first and last names. One of them even lived on the same street as I did in Chicago. It led to a weird phone call from a reporter once. LikeLike November 16, 2006 at 7:58 pm Yeah, I don’t think anyone has my name either (especially my maiden name). LikeLike November 16, 2006 at 8:00 pm Ummm… I don’t think that’s right. There’s at least ONE that I know of. ;o) And 115 with my name!!! I just thought of something…. we could use this as a fun new baby naming tool! LikeLike November 16, 2006 at 9:12 pm My very original first name is actually a lot more popular here in the states than I had imagined. Thanks for the fun time waster! LikeLike November 17, 2006 at 8:41 am 272 Rachel McDonald’s but only 27 people with my maiden name (Rachel Lockwood). Interesting. Kinda thought there would be more than that! LikeLike November 17, 2006 at 9:37 pm 24 people with my daughter’s name, though they are 2/3 male! LikeLike November 17, 2006 at 9:38 pm Comments are closed.