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from Mittleburgh Germany-to Today/Dingess Tree

Posted: 9 Feb 2000 10:28PM GMT
Edited: 27 Jun 2001 6:02AM GMT
Anyone interested in Peter Dingess Sr. and his descendants can drop me a line at I can send gedcom file to anyone that can use it; containing the father of Peter Dingess Sr. all the way up unto today. There is a tremendous amount of info out there on our family and I personally printed 24 full pages of info (mostly court records) from one website just recently.


Jerri (View posts)
Posted: 15 Feb 2000 9:40PM GMT
will drop you a line; I am related to Peter Dingess
Posted: 18 Feb 2000 5:34PM GMT
Edited: 22 Sep 2001 9:17AM GMT
Tony..I changed over to new email
is not working...will mail has soon as I can
Thanks, J

dingus, dingess, dinges family tree information

jackl m dingess (dingus) (View posts)
Posted: 9 Mar 2000 2:27PM GMT
have recently started to research my side of dingess family. father john green dingess, greenup county kentucky, dob jan 1901, grandfather, john larry dingus, floyd county kentucky 1870 or a bit earlier.would appreciate any help. thanks jack
Posted: 9 Mar 2000 6:27PM GMT
Edited: 22 Sep 2001 9:17AM GMT
My g-g-g-g-grandfather was Peter Dingess...came frm Mittleburgh,
Near Mainz, Germany;1740 I don't know where to tell you to go..
There was a John Dingess b; 1839-40/s but, I dont
see a John Green Dingess..or John Larry Dingess, they may
fit in somewhere along the chain....hope you
find what your looking for,,,,it's been a longggg
road for me....who know's we might in up be
cousins...good luck......Jerri

Peter Dingess

Deborah L.(Farley) Detty (View posts)
Posted: 25 Mar 2000 5:04PM GMT
Chapmansville WVA a Capt. Farley and William Dingess At the Falls of Guyandotte, he cut the skin from the forearm of an Indian and made a razor strap of it, which he kept until his death. As Henry Farley and William Dingess and others followed the Indians from the site two miles downriver from Logan to the Little Cole River, they became the first Virginians who may have passed through the Chapmanville area. This is just a short story of Henry Farley and Peter Dingess I chose to share I have been looking for quite sometime for my Indian heritage which my father left to me through his blood and also my mother. My Grandmother on Father's side was a Dingess and my Grandmother on Mother's side also was a Dingess the Dingess and Farley blood was very strong and they intertwine throughout history. I have enough Native with just my one Grandmother to be claned into the indian Nation but I need a name possibly on the Dingess side. My G Grandmother who was full blood on Farley just disappears I know for certain she nor her family were on the Trail Of Tears With the suggestion of a friend I am now persueing the Dingess blood. Any info will be appreciated.
Deborah Detty
Lancaster, Ohio

Dingess info

Posted: 26 Mar 2000 10:46AM GMT
Edited: 27 Jun 2001 6:02AM GMT
I descended through John Dingess (My 3 great grand father) who married Chloe Farley-daughter of Capt. Henry Farley. I have my family files and some other info at I'm in the eternal state of working on this site, so please excuse any errors. It is best viewed with Internet Explorer.

James Lloyd Dingess ancestry

Teresa Dingess Grant (View posts)
Posted: 20 Jun 2000 3:46PM GMT
Children: Patricia Ann Dingess Kuehn, Sharon Lynn Dingess Youngquist, Teressa Gail Dingess Grant,


Posted: 21 Jun 2000 5:34PM GMT
Edited: 5 Jun 2002 1:21AM GMT
Would appreciate receiving the Peter Dingess information.

Peter Dingess kin

Posted: 21 Jun 2000 5:46PM GMT
Edited: 5 Jun 2002 1:21AM GMT
My husband's family came from Logan. His ggrandfather was John Washington Dingess, called "Samp", one of his sons was John Edward Dingess, and one of his sons was Moscoe Dingess, my husband was Norman.
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