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Re: Origins of Krull?
Posted by: Kaj-Aage Krull Date: January 31, 2001 at 12:30:37
In Reply to: Re: Origins of Krull? by Betty Krull of 196

With great interest Ihave followed the thread on "The Origins of Krull.
I can add that there are quite a number of Krull's in Denmark, originally concentrated in the southern part of the country, specifically on the island Aeroe, where the population priviously (and still) are seagoing people.
Some years ago I traced my ancestors back to anno 1790 where I lost track. But found that two families, not otherwise related bore the name Krull and were immigrants from the northern part of Germany. All my notes are however lost with exception of the names.
If anybody is tnterested, I may dig them out.
Best of luck to all you other Krull's.
Yours
KK


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