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Re: Martin Froehlich
Posted by: Rolf Fröhlich (ID *****6837) Date: November 01, 2006 at 09:42:48
In Reply to: Martin Froehlich by Nancy of 142

Your "Letsekeen" is most likely an english writing of the german pronunciation of the town "Letschin", Brandenburg/Preussen, Germany and is situated east of Berlin. (http://www.letschin.de/cms/front_content.php)

The given name "Martin" with the surname "Fröhlich"/"Froehlich" is in general quite rare in that days.
But in the town of Letschin south of Berlin/Germany still live some Fröhlich families. Some of their ancasters up to 1730 had been farmers with the given name "Martin".


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