Unferdorben Family History
Unferdorben Surname History
The Unferdorben family lives on in Australia, with family located in South Australia and Victoria.
Cousins are known in to live in Germany, Hungary and the USA
Family legend has it that two German brothers were up before the local "?magistrate/judge?", for the same crime.
On sentencing, one of the brothers was denounced and named "Ganz Verdorben", meaning "totally rotten".
The other brother was exhonerated and named "Unverdorben", meaning "not rotten!"
Unferdorben country of origin
Generally, Unferdorbens are also known under the surname Unverdorben.
Country of origin is Austria/Hungary/Germany
Anglo-Saxon usage of the surname sees the Germanic "v" transposed to the softer "f"
Meaning of the last name Unferdorben
The name Unverdorben comes from the German word, which literally means "not rotten".
It can also be translated to mean "unspoilt".
Unferdorben Family Tree
Famous people named Unferdorben
One of the most famous Lute makers in history was an Unferdorben.
Research shows he owned a workshop in Italy.
A preserved Unferdorben Lute is a prized posession and displayed at the famous Fenton House in Britain.
Nationality and Ethnicity of Unferdorben
German - Hungarian
More about the name Unferdorben
Fun facts about the Unferdorben family
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Unferdorben spelling variations