Some Early Middle High German Bynames
with Emphasis on Names from the Bavarian Dialect Area
MARSCHALC: ‘a farrier, a groom’, later a high official; NHG Marschall.
Wernherus probus Marschalcus 1233
Heythenricus qui dicitur Marescalcus 1172 (MARSCHALL)
Medieval German Given Names from Silesia: Women’s Names [Link]
Marie 1 1346
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