How Frobose turned into Frobogen (or Frobrogen) beats me, but this was in Oregon, where it rains a lot, so maybe some ink on a document ran.
We are *certain* about the Frobose birth paper because we have the *original.* It's actually an immigration paper, and Anna kept it here in the U.S. And the same paper was just handed on down across the generations.
My father's mother's sister's daughter (I think that's my aunt) is going to Bremen next month, to search, and maybe she will find something. Maybe she'll find out why the Tuschendorf near there (with an unlaut) is NOT the same place as another Tuschendorf near there (without an umlaut) too. She might even find out about Froboses (with umlauts).
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