Have you seen variations of the surname Jutzluff?

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Great grandmother (b. 1833) was from Pommern, Prussia, likely illiterate, possibly Polish, with an uncommon surname.  In records pertaining to her it has been spelled Jutzluff, Jutzluff, Jützluff, Getzlaff, Gützlaff, Gutzluff, Getslaff, Gütlaff, Jutzclaf, Güllaff, Gitzlaff, Gutloff, Jitzlaff.  In unrelated records I have also see spelling variations starting with T (Tetzlaff, etc.).  Any chance someone has any info on the surname? Ethnicity, meaning, etc.
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in Genealogy Help by Donna Backus G2G1 (1.2k points)
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I can only add sympathy. I've seen the same between Polish/ German/ and English interpretations 

(Pschybilla/Pryzybilla/Przybilla/Przibilla).

by Steve Thomas G2G6 Mach 2 (23.9k points)

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