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NJ Frampus Frambes Phrampus Phrambes etc

NJ Frampus Frambes Phrampus Phrambes etc

Posted: 16 Feb 2000 1:19PM GMT
Edited: 6 Jun 2005 11:57PM GMT
Seeking relations to:

Nicholas V. Phrambes
b 16 Aug 1926 in NJ
d 20 Oct 1902 in Cumberland Co. NJ
buried at Haleyville, NJ
Served in Civil War
Wife Sarah Garrison (Garretson) 1834-1883
Married 27 Aug 1853

Children:
Samuel
David
George
Mary Applegate b 17 Mar 1859 d 1920
Alice b 1864

Mary A married Charles T. Chance 1876
Both Mary and Charles are buried at
Port Elizabeth Methodist Cemetery

Thanks

re: frampus,phrampus,phrambes

cathy frampus (View posts)
Posted: 1 Aug 2000 11:01PM GMT
dear charles,
a bit of news for you. i found out through my husband's cousin that the phrampus or phramphus name comes from norway. he told me the orignal spelling was phramphus. also was able to track name in 13 countries overseas. there is a family coat of arms. let me know if this helps and if you want more info. cathy

re: frampus,phrampus,phrambes

Cass Frambes Nelson (View posts)
Posted: 13 Aug 2001 9:29PM GMT
Surnames: Frambes
Cathy,
I would love to hear more information on the origin of frambes and the coat of arms. I have been in contact with Chas Mitchell who turns out to be a distant cousin of mine through Mary Applegate Frambes and Charles T. Chance.

My dad and I are going back and forth arguing about the origins of Frambes. I've heard everything from the French meaning Raspberry to a Belgian name to most recently a name originating in the Netherlands.

I recently married an American of almost pure Norwegian descent. This would be too amazing if I were part Norwegian too. Thanks so much in advance!

re: frampus,phrampus,phrambes

cathy frampus (View posts)
Posted: 21 Sep 2001 8:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
Cass,
I will get back to you as soon as I can. I can send you the info by ground mail for it is too much too write on here.
The "FRAM" means farm in Norwegian so it is of Norwegian decent.
It is not french for raspberry either that is framboises.
Well hope to hear from you soon.
Cathy

re: frampus,phrampus,phrambes

Sharon (View posts)
Posted: 10 Sep 2003 7:17PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: McGrath, Frambes, Hurt
I, too am interested in the origins of the name.

Has anything new surfaced since this last post?

Please tell me about printed matter
Many thanks!
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