[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] German form of Meychlow
otto at schienke.com
Thu Feb 19 21:18:14 PST 2004
The only example I found of the use of "Meychl" as a substitute for
Remember we are using a phonetic medium- "sounds like"
Meychl +ow - Meychlow -of the family of Michael.
On Feb 19, 2004, at 11:57 AM, Richard A. Stein wrote:
> In a Polish language birth record, the mother's surname is given as
> What would be the correct German form? The OW appears to be Polish
> common in female names. I searched the Pedigree Database for names
> with MEI and MEY, but did not see an obvious answer. The only name
> with an L
> was MEISEL. Could the name be MEISCHEL?
> Dick Stein
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