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Attermann Surname History
One branch of the Attermann family has offered the information that the Attermann surname originated in Oberschönhagen in Lippe Detmold Germany and was originally the surname "Auf der Garten". Through time and transliteration, the name "Auf der Garten" changed to Attermann. Is this your family story about the Attermann family? Do you know something different? Whatever you know, please add your knowledge to this page.
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Attermann Country of Origin, Nationality, & Ethnicity
According to at least one branch of the Attermann family, the family originated in Germany. ATTERMANN-SLÆGTENS OPRINDELSE (Attermann - family origin)
The family Attermann comes from the farm Auf der Garten in Oberschönhagen in Lippe Detmold Germany
Archives in Lippe Detmold show that the surname Auf der Garten, through errors in reading and writing, became Oetermann, then Atermann, and finally Attermann.
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Attermann Meaning & Etymology
One branch of the family says that the surname Attermann comes from a farm that was originally named Auf der Garten and, through time and transliterations, became Attermann.
Attermann Life Expectancy
According to our database of 3 people with the last name Attermann that have a birth and death date listed:
Attermann Family Tree
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Most Common Attermann First Names
According to our database of 3 people with the last name Attermann that have a first name listed, these are the most common first names:
- Gordon 33.3%
- Simon 33.3%
- Dorthea 33.3%
Attermann Pronunciation & Spelling Variations
The surname Attermann was originally the surname "Auf der Garten" (the name of a farm) which, through time, changed to Oetermann, then Atermann, and finally Attermann. One, or all, of these variations can still exist.