Very excited to have found the Parish baptismal record for my 6th gr-grandmother, born Sundhouse, Alsace, France in 1737.
On the record it states her name as Catherine Amannin, but it's really Amann. I noticed another surname that I have in my family also had an 'in' added to the end. That one was Lauffenbergerin.
Anyone know why they added 'in' to the back of the surname?