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Re: Fillbach line Gr to SD 1800's
Posted by: Dieter Schwenk Date: June 27, 2001 at 04:15:45
In Reply to: Re: Fillbach line Gr to SD 1800's by Shelly(Mincher) Filback of 27

Hello! I just checked the German phone book of the German Telekom. There is no Philbach listed (any more). The spelling in Germany today is Fillbach. In the Netherland you also find the spelling Filbach and Villbach (also in Estonia). My mother has some correspondence according to which the Fillbachs in the Netherlands (Den Haag and Leeuwaarden) originally came from Hahnstätten in Germany. The name Andy (German version: Andreas) was/is not common among the Fillbachs in Hahnstätten. There is however, a Andrea Fillbach lives in Wiesbaden. Names in Germany are often used continuously in many generations.


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