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Re: Origin of name Kloes?
Posted by: Todd A. Kloes Date: January 11, 2001 at 02:51:20
In Reply to: Origin of name Klose? by Kathy Klose of 19

German for a type of dumpling. A family member has traced our family history back to the 1700's in Germany. Many photos, town and people names and how/when they came to America. Pretty neat stuff. "Kloes" wasn't changed at all except for a dropped accent mark, so "Klose" is probably something different.


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