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Anckonie/Ankony??

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Re: Anckonie/Ankony??

Posted: 22 Mar 2013 9:59AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Anckonie/Ankony
Mary,
I hope you're still getting posts in response to your 2008 post about the origin of the surname "Anckonie." It is either Lebanese or Syrian--I forget which at the moment. Alex Anckonie was a distinguished US naval officer who pioneered nuclear submarines under Admiral Hyman Rickover. There is info on him at the Arab-American Museum, in Dearborn, Michigan; they can probably give you some info by phone.

The two different spellings are of no consequence. There was no standard way to convert a foreign name into the English alphabet, and still isn't, really.

You didn't find any hits when you googled "Anckonie"? Curious, unless no material on Alex had yet been put on the Web...

Brian
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
MaryAnkony 4 Aug 2008 3:22PM GMT 
Franklin13Mil... 22 Mar 2013 3:59PM GMT 
deeop1 25 May 2013 7:18PM GMT 
Franklin13Mil... 26 May 2013 4:35AM GMT 
Camile Molina 8 Jan 2014 2:59AM GMT 
deeop1 8 Jan 2014 9:13PM GMT 
Franklin13Mil... 9 Jan 2014 3:52AM GMT 
Camile Molina 11 Jan 2014 7:22PM GMT 
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