Erik Altemus is 5' 11".
Erik Altemus was born on February 25, 1987.
Henry Altemus Company was created in 1842.
Edneh Altemus was born on July 11, 1885, in Connecticut, USA.
Edneh Altemus died on September 21, 1958, in North Hollywood, California, USA.
This is probably a Dutch surname, so originating from the Netherlands. In one heritage site, 444 people have the surname Roossien, with 33% of them from the Netherlands and 50% from the US.
This surname is of Dutch origin, probably originating from the Netherlands. Perhaps Twente is a variant of Dutch: Twenter, of unexplained etymology. In one heritage website, 207 people have the surname Twente, 86% of them are from the US, and 14% of them are from the Netherlands.
Originated in Netherlands also spelled Heesen
This surname originated in Valkenburg, Netherlands.
I believe the surname Noman is of Dutch (The Netherlands) Decent.
This surname Matulich is a Croatian surname. Variant of Matulic, mostly found in Europe countries France, Switzerland, Netherlands and Germany. This surname is also found in New Zealand. See related links below.
The North Holland province of the Netherlands gave rise to the Dutch surname of Oz. The surname itself is of habitational derivation, based upon the place called Oss in the North Brabant province.
I believe it's from the Netherlands or Flanders. That's what the Dutch call an elephant.
First found in Holland, the Dutch surname Mauritz is first recorded in North Brabant, a province of the Netherlands. The Principal cities there, are Eindhoven, Helmund, and Tilburg.
AnswerThis could be of German extraction or Dutch AnswerThis interesting surname Herweyer is of Dutch origin, from the Netherlands. Herweyer is an americanized form of Dutch: Herweijer. This surname Herweyer is mostly found in Michigan, USA.In Google translate, the surname Herweyer and Herweijer sound almost exactly the same in English. This tells you that Herweyer is a variant of Herweijer.
the name appears in The Netherlands as Te Braek, Te Braeck, ter Braeck etc.
Any person's own surname is the greatest surname.
She chose not to take his surname when she got married.What is your surname, madam?
Plattdüütsch/Nedderdüütsch, also known as Low German which is associated with Norhern Germany and the North-Eastern Netherlands (Friesland). Plattdüütsch is also spoken in Denmark.
Probably. In the USA there have been many famous Americans with Dutch ancestors. Their Dutch heritage is evident through their last name. Although many people don't know that they have Dutch ancestors, an American surname such as Vanderlay, which does not appear Dutch, actually comes from the Netherlands, from the Dutch surname Van der Lay. (http://library.thinkquest.org/C005615/data/english_text/famousdutch.html)
Actually, this is not the Lithuanian surname. It is Polish surname :)
The very coolest surname is any person's own surname.
This interesting surname Goodenough is an English surname.
From a surname website: The surname Hayward is of English origin.
From a surname website: The surname Evans is of Welsh origin.