|Author:||Satu (Authenticated as _satu_)|
|Date:||April 10, 2005 at 12:35:13 AM|
|Reply to:||Hmm... by Charlie Blue|
German ancestors is a good theory.
The Low German form of that name is Kopper.
Unfortunately, there are no name statistics about German first- and surnames anywhere (DATENSCHUTZ!!!) but when searching www.telefonbuch.de, I didn't find any Kobber with bb in Germany at all, but some Koppers!
So probably the Kopper surname became Kobber in Denmark.
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