For Schmidt-Petersen there are 6 on Yasni with different names.
Among the most common last names on Yasni Schmidt-Petersen is on position 4703.
The name of Schmidt in all its various spellings (Schmid, Schmidt, Schmitt, Schmitz, etc.) goes back to the job title of the blacksmith. At the beginning of mechanization were large forge usually near rivers, because the hammers were operated by water power. An accumulation of this name in the vicinity of large rivers is therefore detectable. As was also needed in every village, a blacksmith (farrier, blacksmith, etc.), this name is now practically everywhere.
(Sent from: Jörg Schmidt, Mörfelden-Walldorf)
The name means 'Peter's son'. It's a Danish/Norwegian form. The word for the English word 'son' is 'søn' (albeit here written as 'sen') in Danish/Norwegian.The name is quite common in Denmark as a whole, and especially in certain areas of northern and southern Slesvig/Schleswig and the southern part of Jylland/Jutland and on the island of Rømø/Roemoe. The same way you have other Danish surnames like Hansen, Jensen, Olsen and so on. The Swedes use the same, but here 'sen' is changed to 'son' like in Olsson, Hansson and so on. the son of Peter
(Sent from: Kuching)