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Krebs Genealogy & History

Krebs is a German name. It was derived from the Middle Low German word crevet and the Middle High German word krebez, both of which mean crab or shrimp. The name has several possible origins. It could be an occupational name for someone who sold or caught crabs, a topographical name given to people who lived near a crabtree orchard, or a nickname for someone who resembled a crab. Krebs family history began in Pomerania, a region now divided between Germany and Poland. Krebs genealogy includes the biochemist and physician Hans Krebs, who co-won the Nobel Prize for discovering what is now known as the Krebs cycle.

Krebs Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Samuel Krebs-- --, 1934July ,1981OH
Barbara Krebs-- --, 1889December ,1982NY
C Roselynn Krebs-- --, 1921December 15,1992NY
Daisy Krebs-- --, 1883April ,1974TX

Krebs Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Earl Krebs-- --, 1894May ,1984Lakeville,NY
Fane Krebs-- --, 1906July ,1969Long Beach,CA
G Gaye Krebs-- --, 1927August 15,1997New Port Richey,FL
H Jayne Krebs-- --, 1925February 12,2004York,PA

Krebs Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
August KrebsBetsy CooperDecember 6,1940Wake, NC
Dieter KrebsRosemary SteigerFebruary 10,1970Wake, NC
Richard KrebsClaire SchmidtJuly 16,1960Wake, NC
Luke KrebsShandra NealJuly 3,2000Wichita, TX

Most Common Surnames After Krebs

2316th: Babb2317th: Wisniewski
2318th: Trahan2319th: Stack
2320th: Keener2321st: Byrnes
2322nd: Scarborough2323rd: Moe
2324th: Vann2325th: Cornwell

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