Dreschel


Dreschel
Berufsübername zu mhd. drischel »Dreschflegel« für den Drescher.

Wörterbuch der deutschen familiennamen. 2013.

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  • Margot Drechsel — Margot Dreschel (Nacida el 17 de mayo de 1908 en Neugersdorf, Alemania † Ejecutada en junio de 1945, en Alemania.) Fue una SS Aufseherin (Vigilante) de los Campos de concentración durante el Holocausto judío en la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Antes de …   Wikipedia Español

  • Nicholas Storch — (died 1525) (also sp. Stork, Storck) was a radical reformation preacher and a weaver by trade. With Thomas Dreschel and Mark Thomas Stübner, he was one of the Zwickau prophets. Some scholars believe that Storch and Thomas Münzer (c.1490 1525)… …   Wikipedia

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  • Dresche — Recorded in a variety of spellings including Dresch, Dresche, Dreschel, Tresche, Drescher, Trescher, Dreschler, and Troscher, this is an ancient German surname, and one of the first on record. It is or rather was, occupational, and described a… …   Surnames reference

  • Drescher — Recorded in a variety of spellings including Dresch, Dresche, Dreschel, Drescher, Dresser, Dreschler, Trescher, Troscher, (German) and in England Drezzer, Thresher, Thrasher and others, this is an ancient surname of Germanic and later Anglo Saxon …   Surnames reference

  • Drezzer — Recorded in a variety of spellings including Dresch, Dresche, Dreschel, Drescher, Dresser, Dreschler, Trescher, Troscher, (German) and in England Drezzer, Thresher, Thrasher and others, this is an ancient surname of Germanic and later Anglo Saxon …   Surnames reference

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