Bauņi was an estate in northern Latvia, located in Bauņi parish in the interwar period (today Matīši parish). The manor house was built in the late 18th century, and was mostly demolished in the 1930s, though one wing survives. Some of the subsidiary peasant farms still survive as well.
The surnames found in the 1826 revision list for Bauņi, written as they appear in the document:
Alksne Antipow Arton Asser Auwat Baitsche Barnofsky Barsakow Baumann Behmis Behrsin Besdelin Bilsen Bisneek Bittit Brant Brehsche Brisowsky Bungis Dobenberg Draschke Draugs Drukke Dubrowa Eglit Ehrlich Fedorow Gaigal Gailit Galdin Gawwar Grunstein Irbit Johannsohn Kahrkle Kaimin Kalkun Kaspar Kohzin Krakkle Kraujin Kreitzmann Krews Kruhmin Kruskop Kungs Kupfsch Lahzis Lappin Laubart Leimann Leitis Lipowsky Lismann Mastin Medne Meiar Melder Milinka Mischka Nohrin Normann Ohlin Ohsolit Pabrick Peesis Piggur Poote Preedit Pukter Purrin Rassin Rattneck Raudin Reslau Rudsit Rulles Ruttmann Saimneck Sakke Sarrin Schmit Sekkmann Sesonowitz Silinsky Skitze Skrastin Skudder Spahrin Spohsche Strunke Suppe Swirbull Teesneek Timack Treijmann Tresner Wahle Weide Werowkin Wezz Wihrin Wihtol Wilks Wistin
The 1826 revision list is one of the earliest sources for the surnames of Bauņi.