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Posted: 18 May 2000 9:02PM GMT
Edited: 3 Sep 2001 1:15PM GMT
I am looking for information on the old German name of Zander, which was changed to Saunders in Germany
Posted: 7 Jul 2000 7:28AM GMT
Edited: 25 Jul 2001 12:49PM GMT



THERE ARE A LOT OF ZENDERS IN FRANKENMUTH, MICHIGAN MAYBE YOU COULD CHECK THERE

Zender- Zehnder?

ckirkmeyer (View posts)
Posted: 20 Jul 2000 12:50PM GMT
hi are you sure that that the right to spell the name. my moms maden name was Zehnder. i am willing to share info.
Posted: 20 Jul 2000 3:23PM GMT
Edited: 25 Jul 2001 12:49PM GMT
THERE ARE A LOT OF ZENDHERS IN FRANKENMUTH, MICHIGAN

Zander name

Connie (View posts)
Posted: 13 Aug 2000 3:41AM GMT
Zander isn't an old german name, it's a last name. Zander is also a type of fish, which tastes really good. Believe me, I'm from Germany.
Take care
Posted: 18 Sep 2001 11:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Jun 2002 7:54PM GMT
I missed the original message here, but I know there was a Jackman boy playing high school basketball a few years ago in Frankenmuth, MI. Nina Jackman

Re: Zander

Posted: 16 Mar 2003 7:59PM GMT
Classification: Query
My Grandmother's maiden name was Zander. Her parents were from either germany or russia, still not sure. She married a Dusterhoft and resides in canada. If you want I can dig up more info.

Re: Zander

Posted: 16 Mar 2003 10:16PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Mar 2005 11:53PM GMT
Surnames: Zander, Saunders
Thanks for this info.
The Russia part sounds interesting.
I was told that ancestors of mine started the name then changed it to Saunders.

It is supposed to be a take off of Alexander the great.

However, I cannot document it and I can't find out how far back the name goes.
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