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  1. #1
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    WDYT Names from my Family Tree

    The ones that stuck out:
    Rudolph
    Fritzheinrich
    Elmo
    Vitricia
    Emil
    Maghtalena
    Temple
    Allene
    Hertha
    Hennritte
    Emilie
    Hermina
    Elmer
    Reba
    Juanita
    Vernita
    Ervin
    Dalbert

  2. #3
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    Thanks for sharing! I love perusing through my family tree and taking not of the names.

    Fritzheinrich, Vitricia (was this a male or a female?), Maghtalena (again, male or female?), Hertha and Dalbert are especially interesting.
    Antigone Florence Irene - Cordelia Sansa Eleanor - Guinevere Isadora Lottie
    Harriet Ailbhe Temperance * Beatrice Anna Hermione


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    Edmund Hartley Fox - Henry Poseidon Arthur - Casimir Otto Endymion
    Percy William Meriadoc * Rudyard Alexander Wulfric


  3. #5
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    What an interesting crop. There are always such interesting names in ones family tree, growing more and more curious the further back it goes. It can be a real gold mine - interesting names with a link to personal history...great!

    Of yours I like...

    Emil
    Temple
    Emilie
    Reba -- this was my own Aunt's name, however as she wasn't so keen on it herself, she always went by her middle name.

    Ariadne • Freyja • Sunniva • Octavia • Gaia • Isabeau • Juniper • Ianthe • Arolilja • Lalita • Echo
    Emrys • August • Odin • Atlas • Blithe • Cato • Wynn • Ambrose • Niko • Ari • Freyr




  4. #7
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    I love seeing the names in other people's family tree. Temple stood out. It's very interesting. I like it.

    Elmo, Emil, Hennritte, Emillie, Hermina, and Reba are nice names.

  5. #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by bretak View Post
    Fritzheinrich, Vitricia (was this a male or a female?), Maghtalena (again, male or female?), Hertha and Dalbert are especially interesting.
    Vitrisha & Maghtalena are both female

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