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You can obtain a copy of the Dällenbachs in America 1935 to 1979 books at:
http://www.higginsonbooks.com/genealogies-d-dallenback.html 


IS YOUR LAST NAME ON THIS LIST?
Dällenbach Dallenbach Dallenbaugh
Dellenbach Dellenbaugh Dellenbeck
Dilenback Dilenbeck Dillabaugh
Dillabough Dillebach Dillenbach
Dillenback Dillenbag Dillenbeck
Dillenbough Dillenpach Dillenpaugh
Helenbach Tellenbach Tilbag
Tillapaugh Tellebach Tillpach
Tillpaugh    


   If so.......
      YOU may be a member of this illustrious family

large Dillenbeck family crest The Dillenbeck family has been in the United States since 1710 when Jorg Martin Dällenbach came to America. Martin, as he was called, was born about 1690 in "Lauperswil." This small Swiss village is in the Alps mountains a few miles northeast of Bern, Switzerland. Since Martin's arrival, the Dällenbach name has undergone several transformations as the family branched out into the New World. The first change in the name occurred very early (in 1712) when Rev. Joshua Kocherthal, first pastor to the German Lutherans in the colony of New York, recorded the baptism of Martin's daughter Anna Margretha. The father is listed as "Jorg Dillenbach."

Even Rev. Kocherthal was not consistent with his mis-spelling: six months later, he recorded the second marriage of "Joerg Martin Dillenbach."


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Please print or download the Family Group information sheet. IMPORTANT NOTE: Please send Family Group Information to kathy@kathydillenbeck.com instead of the email address on the form.   We encourage you to  send in family information for inclusion in the Genealogy Book to the address listed there.  We will try to include it in the upcoming book.

 

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          ....Kathy Dillenbeck


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