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Replies: 3
Posted: 28 Feb 2002 12:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 30 Jul 2003 5:56AM GMT
Actually, both Gudbrandsen and Gudbrandsson are "correct", so to speak....they are both patronymic version of "Gudbrand". The difference is just that the Icelandic version has two "s" and uses -son, while the Scandinavian (mostly Norwegian, I guess) has a single "s" and ends in -sen.

Anyhow, if you need any help tracking down the Icelandic "Gudbrandsson", just let me know....I'll look them up in the "Islendingabok" database, which covers practically all known Icelanders.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Heather Edseth 27 Aug 1999 9:36PM GMT 
D.Clarkson 3 Sep 1999 8:16PM GMT 
frisk167 28 Feb 2002 7:32PM GMT 
Don Braaten 4 Dec 1999 12:52PM GMT 
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