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Joseph Cook

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Joseph B. Cook
Born 1950s.
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Profile last modified | Created 10 Jun 2016 | Last significant change: 15 Jan 2021
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Welcome to Scottish Clans. Our aim is to create excellent profiles honouring the history and tradition of Scotland’s Clans. If you have any questions or wish any advice either send me a private message or email me.
Joseph, I am trying a longshot. I notice you have an early Rabel in your list.

When my Great grandmother's surname was anglicised they dropped the umlaut (dots) above the "a" and inserted an "e" so I am Geoffrey Raebel. Marie Theresa Augusta Raebel was born 21/10/1844, in Germany and her father Carl Edward Raebel was from Berlin. I would expect he would have been born 1800-1806, so I am looking for old links between the families and possible clerical change in the name. Thanks, Geoff Raebel, Sydney Australia

posted by Geoffrey Raebel

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posted by Guy Constantineau
Hello, just a word (late) to congratulate you on the contributions you made during the month of November. Whatever the quantity, they are all important.

Your work is appreciated.


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posted by Guy Constantineau
Thanks Joseph for your comment about all the males named Gunther on the profile of Heinrich XXVI von Schwarzburg-Blankenburg. This is correct, there are certain German royal or noble families where all the sons are given the same names as in this case, where all the sons are either Gunther or Heinrich. In the Counts/Princes of Reuss family, all the sons are named Heinrich. Not sure how that worked around the dinner table?
posted by John Atkinson
Thank you for the message re: Maria Goetz (Goertz-43). I will fix!
posted by B K (Stephen) Gale
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