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Fuchs, Fox, Butler, Ogle, Hoff, Huff, Bird, Eversole, Young, Houk, Dunkelberger, Denton, Allen, Baker, Derrick, Shrader, Wear, Zirkle, and Womack. 21 more words
Pfeffer means pepper in German. Variant spellings are Pfefer, Feffer and Feffer. It is not known how exactly my Pfefers got this name, but legend has it that it derives from a 17th-century German baron named Von Pfeufer/Pfeuer. 822 more words
I’m hoping to find out more about the second wife, Mary Kane, of my Irish great-grandfather, Bernard Doran. His first wife, Mary Hall, was my direct ancestor, but it always helps in family research to look at all sides. 703 more words
This video is about how our given names, surnames, and the street we live on can have a subconscious influence on us … 34 more words
As a sort of record keeping mechanism and for general interest, I’m going to try posting some of the more interesting message board queries I find – and my responses – to the blog. 806 more words