Jagger


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Jagger is an English surname. Someone who owned and/or managed a team of packhorses was known as a "jagger", so this surname probably originates from that occupation.[1]

More rarely, the name is used as a given name.

Notable people with the surname include:

  • Amy Jagger (1908–1993), British gymnast
  • Bianca Jagger (born 1945), Nicaraguan-born human rights advocate
  • Charles Sargeant Jagger (1885-1934), sculptor; brother of Edith and David
  • Chris Jagger (born 1947), British musician; brother of Mick Jagger
  • David Jagger (1891–1958), English portrait painter; brother of Edith and Charles
  • Dean Jagger (1903–1991), American actor
  • Edith Jagger (1880–1977), British artist and textile designer; sister of Charles and David
  • Elizabeth Jagger (born 1984), American-English model and actress; daughter of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall, sister of Georgia
  • Georgia May Jagger (born 1992), British fashion model and designer; daughter of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall, sister of Elizabeth
  • Jade Jagger, jewellery designer; daughter of Mick and Bianca Jagger
  • John William Jagger, (1859–1930), South African businessman and cabinet minister
  • Mick Jagger (born 1943), British lead singer of The Rolling Stones

Notable people with the given name include:

Fictional characters:

Other uses

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References[edit]

  1. ^ David Hey (22 June 2006). Family Names and Family History. Continuum. pp. 72–. ISBN 978-1-85285-550-5. A jagger was a man in charge of packhorses which carried heavy loads. The surname was recorded in Derbyshire in 1306 and 1318 in places where it is likely that lead ore was the load that was carried. In the West Riding of Yorkshire jaggers ...

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