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Origin of Ink

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Origin of Ink, Meaning of Ink

Origin: Meyerink from Dutch origin. Meijer meaning miller, ink being centre of a village.
Surnames: Meiering, Meierink, Meijering, Meijerink, Meyerink
Submitted by: ans
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Origin: I have traced Tinkapaugh to 1600 Germany when it was Dinckelbach. It means little foot.
Surnames: Dinckelbach, Tinkapaugh, Tinklepaugh
Submitted by: Bernadette Tinklepaugh-Boozel
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Origin: It originates from the Orkney islands in the Scottish region of the UK it is probably Scandanavian in origin
Surnames: Linklater, Linkletter
Submitted by: Dave
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Origin: Germanic,also found in Netherlands,Norway and Denmark. Means man from rugged or rough mountain/countryside.
Surnames: Brinckman, Bringman, Brinkman, Brinkmeir
Submitted by: June Bringman-Shortall
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Origin: This surname originates in Saxony (Sachsen), Germany. It seems that several members of the original 'tribe' have wandered all over the world. There are Nunninks in Germany, of course. In Holland, where I have been born. In the United States and Canada. Even in nations as remotely as Finland. Any way, my ancestors came from Saxony to work as 'season-labourer' in the province of Zuid-Holland, in Germany. These people were called Hannekemaaiers, whatever that is. I, Paul Albertus Cosmas Nunnink am the eldest son of Johannes Bernardus Aloysius Joseph Nunnink, who is the son of Cosmas Johannes Nunnink. My domicile is Nijmegen in Holland. I was born in Heerlen, also in Holland, in 1960. My father was born in Bergschenhoek in Zuid Holland in 1932.
Surnames: Nunnink
Submitted by: P.A.C. Nunnink
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Origin: Originally from the Netherlands(Holland) descendents of Severing(Sevrien) and Everet Helmink settled in Cleveland,Ohio in 1850's.
Surnames: Helmink
Submitted by: Carol Helmink Jacobus
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Origin: Mispelling of Devon family name Pincombe
Surnames: Pinkham
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Origin: Researching 4 Inks brothers that came from Whales on convict ships in 1766.
Surnames: Inks
Submitted by: Gaylord Louis Inks
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Origin: Looking for information on Buford Jinkerson of St. Francios County MO. Would like info on marriages, children, etc. His first ?? wife Lillian Stegal, was my grandmother, Her son Buford James Jenkerson was my father. He married Lena Viola Smith of Elvins, where I was born. My mother's parents were Robert McClellen Smith and Bessie Chapman Smith.
Surnames: jinkerson
Submitted by: Nancy Sue Jenkerson
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Origin: Looking for information on Buford Jinkerson of St. Francios County MO. Would like info on marriages, children, etc. His first ?? wife Lillian Stegal, was my grandmother, Her son Buford James Jenkerson was my father.
Surnames: jinkerson
Submitted by: Nancy Sue Jenkerson
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Origin: From Crossen/Odrz Now Melbourne Australia
Surnames: Marcinkowski
Submitted by: Peter
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Origin: CT>Jefferson Co, NY>Parke Co, IN>Edgar Co, IL
Surnames: FRINK
Submitted by: Susan Gates Davis
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Origin: Jacob Hinkle b.1814 Lancaster Co.,PA m. Cath.Flickinger--moved/lived in Stark Co.,OH d.IN 1881 Looking for ancestors.
Surnames: Hinkle
Submitted by: mahinkleineich
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Origin: I have a lot of information on the Descendants of Michael Pinkley
Surnames: Pinkley
Submitted by: Shannon Pinkley - Hazlett
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Origin: AUGUST LINKE LIVED IN BERNARDO PRAIRIE IN THE 1800'S. (COLORADO COUNTY). HE LOST THE FARM AND RESETTLED IN WALLER COUNTY. THE RECORDS ARE IN THE COURTHOUSE COLORADO COUNTY. AUGUST HAD A SON NAMED ROBERT LINKE. HIS BROTHER AUGUST KILLED HIM IN HIS SLEEP. HIS WIFE WAS MARY BLANCHARD. THEIR OLDEST SON WAS EMIL AUGUST LINKE. HE MARRIED AVA EINKAUG IN COLORADO COUNTY. THEY LIVED IN AUSTIN COUNTY. THEY HAD 3 CHILDREN LILLIE, DOROTHY, AND ROBERT.
Surnames: LINKE
Submitted by: LAURA OR RICK FRITSCHE
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Origin: Conrad KRENWINKEL b. about 1850, immigrated to Aurora (Kane Cty.), IL in 1875. M. SUSANNA HUESS in Germany. My Father, PETER JOHN KRENWINKEL b. 1885. Researching all information relating to this line of my family.
Surnames: Krenwinkel
Submitted by: Diane Krenwinkel Nelson
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Origin: Looking for parents of Conrad Kranwinkle, born between 1845-1854 in Germany. Married Susanne Huess, then immigrated to Naperville, Illinois, USA area. Had 14 kids. Any info on Conrad and Susanne's parents would be appreciated.
Surnames: Kranwinkle
Submitted by: Peggy Johnstone
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Origin: EMMA MARTIN born: ca 1879 Wayne Co, IL married: TILLMAN WINKLES seeking info/relatives/descendants. Have alot of info-will share!
Surnames: WINKLES
Submitted by: Laura L. Horton (Martin)
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Origin: Van Winkle is Dutch for 'of' or 'from' Winkel, which is a small village north of Amsterdam. The spelling changed when the English took over in New York.
Surnames: Van Winkle
Submitted by: John VanWinkle
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Origin: The surname Pinkerton as told by a historian of the MacEwan's the bard's of the clann Campbell, from the place name in the Lothians (early land of the Votadini) in Scotland, comes from the Latin 'pingere', to paint, the past participle of which is 'pictii' (Picts) and the Gaelic 'dun' or fort. Pingere + dun = Pict fort.
Surnames: Pinkerton
Submitted by: Micheal O'Liam
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Origin: It is said that this name took its origin from a baronial castle near the river Epte, in Normandy; and that this castle had received its name from a devout Englishman who had been a hermit in that neighborhood and suffered martyrdom in the year 884; he was canonized for his virtues and martyrdom, and locally celebrated. The castle received its name only about ten years after his death, and the family were at an early time called St. Clair. There is a railway station near this place, called St. Clere.%0a%0aThe family were of Norse descent, and nearly related to William the Conqueror. In the line of descent stood the Norse prince, Rollo, who came to Normandy and received the province in 912 from King Charles of France. The St. Clairs of the same generation with William were his second cousins in descent from Rollo, and some of these were his first cousins through another connection. Many knights of this blood came with William on his expedition of conquest, there being in his party at least nine of the St. Clair name. There have been many noted St. Clairs in England and Scotland; the name is also found early in Ireland. More than twenty Scotch and at least thirty English families of this name have had grants of arms. The name has reached History of West Virginia
Surnames: St Clair, Sinclair, Sinkler
Submitted by: History of West Virginia
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Origin: Family property of the female descendents of the Counts of Zutphen, Gelre and Kleef.
Husbands took the name of the property when they married the owner after 1500.
Surnames: Eggink, Stukkers, Nannes, Ettikhoven,De Blaauw
Submitted by: Daniel Eggink
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Origin: The term or name "Jinks" was descended from the royal families who were exiled from all royal values to the peasant life
Surnames: Jinks
Submitted by: Jinks
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Origin: piepen-: dutch, meaning to squeak or whistle

-brink: dutch, danish, or low german. meaning "man who lives by a pasture, particularly one surrounded by a marsh"

my theory is that some guy in holland was sitting around with his sheep and whistling a song and people started calling him "piepenbrink"

note: the german "brink" has an e on the end, "brinke". this letter could have been dropped on ellis island, if you live in america.
Surnames: Piepenbrink, Piepenbrinke
Submitted by: Sarah Piepenbrink
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Origin: winkler= keeper of wine,maker of wine
Surnames: winkler
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Origin: The Origin
In medieval times the chief messenger of The Netherlands imperial court was a "Brenger." This, combined with "hof" (court) founded the family name of "Brengerhof," later changed to "Brinkerhoff."

(from The Joliet (IL) Herald News, August 1936) ?1936 United Feature Syndicate, Inc.


The Spelling

As far as can be ascertained, the "c" as in Brinckerhoff, has never been used in Holland. At the present time the family in the Netherlands use only one "f", spelling the name Brinkerhof.

For reasons unknown, our ancestor, Joris Dircksen, added the "c" to his surname when he came to America and settled on Long Island. His older son, Hendrick, when he moved to New Jersey, dropped the "c" and reverted to the original spelling. The descendants of the younger son, Abraham, who remained on Long Island and upstate New York, tended to retain the "c".

But since at least two-thirds of the family in America are descended from Hendrick, the spelling without the "c" is much more wide-spread, and many of Abraham's descendants have also dropped the "c" from the name.

The usage is far from consistent, and we have found instances where in the same immediate family, one brother uses the "c" and another does not. We have found only two instances where descendants of Hendrick have used the "c" in their names.

The name is sometimes spelled Brinkerhoff or Brinkerhuf, and in one case Van Blinkerhoff.

Surnames: Brinkerhoff
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Origin of Ink, Meaning of Ink

Origin: Meaning: Strength from within
Surnames: Vohwinkle, Vohwinkel
Submitted by: Bob
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Origin: at the endoff the darkages people live around a small village middle. in dutch called (brink ) and the frens army takes over holland Napoleon wants to now how many people are living in holland so give them names by how they live so the people who are living in NO.EAST holland arround thevillage centre get the name BRINKMAN(ruinen ,dwingeloo
Surnames: brinkman
Submitted by: freddy brinkman

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