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Have you compared DNA markers against non Flickinger names?

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Have you compared DNA markers against non Flickinger names?

Posted: 17 Apr 2010 7:08AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 19 Feb 2013 11:06PM GMT
Surnames: Flickinger, Fridinger
http://ybase.org/full.asp?RecordID=RW82V
compared to:
http://ybase.org/full.asp?RecordID=5GAEB


I think there is an etymology relationship between Flickinger and Fridinger. Something ive noticed too, the German letter "ck" together it can look as "d" (Flick/Frid
see this link to see old german and place the ck together
http://script.byu.edu/german/en/fraktur.aspx. It maybe nothing or some old German split between ancient families in Schwaben, however if you type Flickingen in google books, Fridingen name will also show up.
http://groups.ancestry.com/site/fridig/

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