This was not uncommon.
All the examples that I know of occurred in Pennsylvania.
I suspect family problems led to the shift.
Most of us arrived as Vetter, but with the German pronounciation, it quickly shifted to Fetter. With lots of kids, there were Fetter's kids and that shift occurred.
Then we have the Feather and Feathers dirivitives.
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