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Subject: Re: Adlersfluegel, Ehant, Kaysinger, Lucksinger, N'Dina, Quisenberry, Tannehill, Thro
Author: Lora   (guest)
Date: February 17, 2004 at 5:35 AM
Reply to: Adlersfluegel, Ehant, Kaysinger, Lucksinger, N'Dina, Quisenberry, Tannehill, Thro by Keesha

Adler is German meaning Eagle and fleugel is a German word meaning wing so I would suggest Adlersfluegel means something along the lines of Eagle Wing.
Tannehill could come from the German Tanne meaning fir combined with hill however I think it may have some Scottish origins as there seems to be quite a few Scots with that name including Robert Tannahill who was a famous poet and songwriter.
Soz I can't help with the rest, but I hope that helps.

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