When Ane Marie Jacobsdatter Due was born on 27 August 1806, in Skjold, Stjernholm, Denmark, her father, Jacob Jensen Due, was 52 and her mother, Cathrine Jensdatter Moller, was 35. She died on 21 May 1807, at the age of 0, and was buried in Skjold, Stjernholm, Denmark.
North German (Düe): from the ancient Germanic personal name Dudo, which is of uncertain derivation. In some cases it is said to be a pet form of the compound name Liudolf (composed of Old Saxon liud ‘people, tribe’ + wolf ‘wolf’); in other cases it may be a derivative of ancient Germanic theud ‘people, race’.
Danish: from due ‘pigeon, dove’, applied as a metonymic occupational name for a dove keeper or as a nickname.
French: variant of Duhe and, in North America, an altered form of this. Compare Duet 1.