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Sigman Name History FYI
Posted by: Robert Sigman Date: June 25, 2001 at 09:56:26
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Sigman Name History

The old Teutonic name Sigmundr, compounded of Sieg(victory) and mundr(protection) formed the names of a king of Burgandy (France) in 516, a king of Germany in 1368-1437, two kings of Poland in 1506 and 1508 and a king of both Poland and Sweden 1600. It also formed the names Sigman (d) and Sigmon (d). In the first census of the US in 1790, there were 13 families of the Sigman's in North Carolina and two in Pennslvania...Source Atlanta Journal & Constitution Sunday Nov. 21 1976


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