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Friday, March 27, 2009

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Sandra Miesel

Did you check what Pieper says in his autobiography, which happens to have been published by Ignatius. It's wouldn't be unusual for a German of that era not to have a middle name, although they might be known by compound names (Franz Josef, Charlotte-Sophie-Louise, etc.)

Ian

We always choose a second middle name based on whatever feast day the baby is born on.

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