Abend family

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Abend is a very rare Mennonite family name that appears to originate in the Frisian congregation of Danzig. The family originates with Wilhelm Abend of Danzig whose sons Wilhelm and Bernhard were baptized in the Tragheimerweide congregation. Two of his grandsons immigrated to the Molotschna colony in 1818. The family name seems to have died out among the Mennonite population by the mid-1800s.


Author(s) Glenn {Penner,
Date Published 18 June 2018
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