What’s in a name . . .

One of my purposes in this endeavor is to share what I learn about my family’s history.  I can imagine that someone may, someday, find this history interesting to them too.  In order to make it easier to find, here is a list of the surnames I am researching:

Marks

  • Baker
  • Bonham
  • Brecht
  • Calhoun
  • Carpenter
  • Clark
  • Cole
  • Compton
  • Dickensheets
  • Drost
  • Dunham
  • Dunn
  • Dusenberry
  • Elwick
  • Fiesser
  • FitzRandolph
  • Fry
  • Galford
  • Hope
  • Hopkins
  • Markley
  • Marks
  • Morrison
  • Parker
  • Pollack
  • Riehm and Ream
  • Rogers
  • Runyan
  • Shrimplin
  • Snow
  • Templeton
  • Tharp
  • Thomas
  • Tillson
  • Weidemann
  • White
  • Workman
  • Yates

Krueger:

  • Asche
  • Becher
  • Borgwardt
  • Bruns
  • Capelle
  • Ebert
  • Fiehn
  • Hellbusch
  • Heise
  • Kapels
  • Klug
  • Kono
  • Krueger
  • Nagel
  • Labens
  • Luckow
  • Moritz
  • Mueller
  • Mohlmann
  • Moldenhauer
  • Muth
  • Schutte
  • Stickle
  • Wessels
  • Wilke
  • Wilnow

 

 


2 thoughts on “What’s in a name . . .

  1. Hi Beth. It looks as if I share quite a few surnames with you: Baker, Carpenter, Clark, Cole, Dunn, FitzRandolph, Fry (Frye, in my family), Hopkins, Marks, Morrison, Mueller, Parker, Rogers, Runyon, Templeton, Thomas, and White. My family come from New England, New Jersey, the Mid-Atlantic States, the Carolinas, and the Virginias. Perhaps we have some common ancestors?

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