German-Bohemian Surnames Found in Michigan

Menominee County

(Menominee, Birch Grove, Cedar Creek, Stephenson: at Epiphany Church, now Holy Spirit):
Bauer, Baumann, Blahnik, Blazek, Böhm, Bohmann, Bretl, Browsey, Cherny, Cisler, Cupps, Duda, Fish, Fisher, Garbell, Grassl, Gruber, Guthard, Hornick, Horvath, Hruska, Jettner, Kellner, Konop, Kralovac, Kreuz, Kristle, LaMengro, Linsmaier, Loewenstein, Loritz, Maihofer, Mask, Meyers, Multerer, Nemetz, Neumaier, Noppenberger, Pfam, Procha, Rebitz, Reindl, Reiter, Reitmeyer, Roech, Roubal, Rynesh, Schleihs, Schloegel, Schnell, Sedmasadsky, Seha, Seidl, Sporrer, Stackel, Stagle, Stauber, Steber, Stranger, Stuckel, Ullman and Wagner.

These families also had ancestors or relatives tn the old country named:
Aschenbrenner, Beil, Benda, Blaschek, Braun, Brey, Cerny, Denkschertz, Forster, Grössl, Hastreiter, HÄbl, Kellner, Kelnhoffer, Köller, Konrad, Lemelbauer, Lidek, Marshalek, MÄhlbauer, Münch, Mundl, Pankratz, Reithmeier, Riederer, Schwartz, Simet, Veglmann, Watzeck, Weinfurter, Wollner, Zellner, Zipper and Zirhut.


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