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Type Surname (from occupation)
Usage Dutch
Other Forms FormsPanabaker Panebaker Pannabaker Pannabecker Pannapacker Pannebaker Pannebakker Pannebecker Pannenbecker Pannepacker Penabaker Penebaker Pennabaker Pennabecker Pennebacker Pennebecker Pennepacker Pennybacher Pennybacker Pennybaker Pennypacker Pfannebecker Pfannenbecker

Meaning & History

A Dutch name that literally means “producer of tiles.” the earliest trace of the name in the Netherlands is in the year 1568, associated with Herr Jan de Pannebakker and his wife Nancy who were accused of heresy and killed by the Spaniards at Utrecht.
The Pannebakker families emigrated the Netherlands somewhere in the late sixteenth to mid-seventeenth centuries up the Rhine to the vicinity of Flomborn and Bermersheim, Deuschland. The name appears to have been changed to the Germanic spelling, Pfannebecker, while the family was living in this Rhineland Palatinate area of Germany. Heinrich Pannebecker is the first known Pfannebecker German immigrant to America.
Added 2/13/2019 by anonymous