The Genealogy of the Family of Cole, of the County of Devon, and of Those of Its Branches Which Settled in Suffolk, Hampshire, Surrey, Lincolnshire, and Ireland (Classic Reprint)
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It is, however, more likely to. Be a contraction of Agricola, a tiller of the soil, as Cola occurs in the Domesday survey'i' as the holder of much land in the counties of Hants, Devon, Wilts, etc., in the reign of King Edward the Confessor; but this derivation has evidently been passed over as too simple to be adopted by the above eminent writers.
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