[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] naming patterns

John Bettger ceo at ametric.com
Mon Dec 21 06:50:42 PST 2009

There is a German book on the subject titled "dtv-Atlas, Namenkunde, Vor-und Familiennamen im deutschen Sprachgebiet""

Best Regards
John Leon Bettger
email address  ceo at ametric.com

Researching Waterloo South Russia (Stavki Ukraine) Odessa (city) South Russia (Odessa Ukraine) at 67 Ekaterininskaya Square (at the top of Potemkin Steps) Slowik (near Lodz) Koenigreich Poland/South Prussia, Gruenstadt Bavaria (Worms Germany), Westlau Germany,  Neubrandenburg, Mecklenburg-Strelitz Prussia/Germany
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Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] naming patterns

I've been hearing a lot of late about determining naming patterns, and the
help that can be in genealogical research. Does anyone know if there were
naming patterns generally used among the Germans - either in Poland or
Volhynia? (And for me - Wuerttemberg, Germany). Where does one find out
about naming patterns, (serves me right for being timid about asking when I
attend lectures/seminars).


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