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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Berns
Schade
Backhaus/Bockhaus
Dinges
Seip
Schwarzkopf/Schwartzkopf
Schneider
Müller/Mueller

Other related names...
Jeitz
Hoeltgen
Ernster
Reinmuller
Gens/Genz
Gerling
Racky
Hoff
Erpelding
Woll
Hilbert
Ickstadt
Kaufhold
Bömel
Schulze
Weiderhold
Offenloch
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Germany, Luxembourg
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher

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At 9:27am on September 1, 2011, James P. LaLone said…
The DINGES were from Mittelbuchen for at least 3 generations then moved to Hanau (these are in the Hesse region). I understand that is not a common name in Germany although I have found many spelling variations. Jim.
At 9:14pm on February 5, 2010, Karen Schadegg said…
Hi Peggy.
My Schadegg line comes from Baden-Wuertemberg, Germany. Where does your line come from?
At 10:37am on February 5, 2010, Sharon Davis said…
Hi Peggy, I have only been able to narrow my SCHADEs to Kur Hessen/Hessen Cassel. Johannes SCHADE immigrated in Apr 1857 with 2 other SCHADES, Conrad and George, presumably brothers but I haven't been able to confirm, and all were miners.
At 12:18pm on January 27, 2010, Cammie Nussbaum said…
Hi Peggy, I have not found my Seip's in Germany yet, but Beerfelden could be a possibility, many of the german immigrants in the Northampton/Lehigh area came from around there... What did you find??
At 11:33am on January 27, 2010, Peggy Berns said…
I also have some data on Dinges and my family came from the Frankfort area also.
Do you have a family tree online?
Peggy Berns
At 9:19am on January 27, 2010, James P. LaLone said…
Peggy,
I am interested in your DINGES genealogy. My family originated in the Frankfort area and the ancestor was a Hessian soldier who settled in Canada where the name was changed to TINKES(S).. I have also collected some data on the DINGES(S) family that settled in Virginia. Jim.
At 8:42pm on October 4, 2009, Cammie Nussbaum said…
Hi Peggy, My Seip's originated from Germany, rumored to sail on the Penn fleet of ships, they were Pennsylvania Dutch, Mennonite. I have not been able to determine where from Germany. My last proven Ancestor was Peter Seip, born March 12 1790, we believe in Northampton county Pa. We believe peter's father immigrated from Germany. Peter died in Butler County, PA (Western, Pa) 1881. He fathered 7 children with his spouse Catharine Bollinger.
At 3:47pm on October 4, 2009, Cammie Nussbaum said…
Peggy, I am researching Seip also. What locale is your Line? Mine is Northampton/Lehigh Co's PA to Butler County, PA.
 
 
 

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