Tol (surname)

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Tol is a Dutch surname. Its origin may be patronymic or occupational (from "tollenaar", a tax or toll collector). It is very common in the town of Volendam in North Holland [1] People with this name include:

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  1. Tol at the Database of Surnames in The Netherlands.