nickname. In the Middle Ages, the surname became popular as Nese and Nethe. In the Lower Rhineland, the suffix "-ke" is often added to the name.
Early Origins of the Neisen family
Germany. A councilman from Kassel was recorded in 1350 as Johan Agnetis, in 1370 as Henne vern Agnesen, in 1371 as Johan Virin Angnesen, and in 1373 as Johan ver Angenesen. His son, Johan Agnesin was a citizen of Kassel in 1424. H. Agneter was recorded Mähren in 1382, and Heinrich Nesensohn, a minister from Hasenweiler in Ravensburg, in 1387. Benz and Heinrich die Agneser from Wellendingen in Rottweil were recorded in 1403. Records show Nesen Hans von Waltersweier in Offenburg in 1423, and Johan Agnese, a revenue writer, in Felsberg in Hesse in 1476. Ludwig Nesen from Bisingen in Hechingen was recorded in 1470, Peter Neser, a holy nurse from Stuehlingen in Waldshut, in 1472, and Johann Nesser, a procurator consistorii from Ensisheimensis, in 1570.
Early History of the Neisen family
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Neisen Spelling Variations
Spelling variations of this family name include: Nesen, Neesen, Neese, Nehse, Nesemann, Nesensohn, Neser, Neeser, Neseke, Neske, Nesgen, Agnesen and many more.
Early Notables of the Neisen family (pre 1700)
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Migration of the Neisen family to the New World and Oceana
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Neisen Settlers in United States in the 19th Century
Contemporary Notables of the name Neisen (post 1700)
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