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Re: Surname Origin
Posted by: Harold Henke Date: November 02, 1999 at 15:41:54
In Reply to: Re: Surname Origin by Oliver Senckpiehl of 281

I belive that Henke is middle-German and means "little henry". In other words it is the diminutive of Henry. I prefer Hangman/Henker instead but that is not the case. So all of us Henke's are little henry's.


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