Subject: Buethe, Tricamo, Sclafani, Kemler
Author: Bob   (guest)
Date: September 1, 2007 at 2:56:13 PM
Looking for the origins or meanings of these surnames in my family tree. I haven't found Buethe (German), Tricamo (Italian), or Sclafani (Italian) in any reference works I've checked, though one source says that Kemler (German) means either "maker of combs" or "comber of wool." (On the sheep or off?)
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