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Dietz, Deets Deats

Debbie (View posts)
Posted: 14 May 1999 10:18AM GMT
Looking for the ancestors of Johan Frederick Dietz that changed the spelling and moved to TN then to ARK and ran our of AR and lived in TX.
Names are John T Deets, George W., Albert, Green, Alford. Period was 1800 to 1948.

ANy leads appreciated.

Dietz History

Phillip Brown (View posts)
Posted: 8 Dec 1999 6:11AM GMT
The original ancestor was named Crystal Freiderich Dietz. Im not quite certain of his wife's name however he was an hessian tailor who came to Pennsylvania in the mid 18th century. I'lltry to get some more info for you. hope this helps..

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Steve (View posts)
Posted: 27 Feb 2001 7:57PM GMT
Was wondering if this could be a Debbie Deets who lived in the Chicgo area in the late 70's early 80's.. Know its a long shot...

Susanna Deets

Posted: 9 Apr 2001 7:05PM GMT
Edited: 1 Sep 2001 4:55AM GMT
Looking for the parents of Susanna Deets,Deitz. she was born 1798 , Philladelphia, Pennsylvania.Died 7 May 1875 Chester, Penn. She was married to Joseph Smith b. 1797 Philadelphia, Penn. Anyone having information would be greatly appreciated.
Marilyn Leslie

Dietz/Deitz/Deets in Pa

Posted: 23 May 2001 4:24PM GMT
Edited: 20 Jan 2004 9:13PM GMT
I cannot help directly however here's one place to look.
St. Michael's Church in Philadelphia has births recorded for
at least five Dietz families. My source records for St Michaels
only goes to 1780 but I believe the LDS may have later ones.
Also, the book Pennsylvania births, Philadelphia County has Dietz
birth both at St. Michaels Lutheran in Philadelphia and at St. Michael's
in Germantown. I will dig through my Old Philly records to see if
anything else pops up. I can send you the family names (given)via
e-mail if you are interested ... i.e. if you find Suzanna in a later
birth record and want earlier siblings I may have the info.

Deets, Deitz , Dietz, Susanna

Posted: 23 May 2001 10:34PM GMT
Edited: 1 Sep 2001 4:55AM GMT
Joe,
Thank you for the information on where to look for Dietz records. I have looked for several years with no luck. I would appreciate family names if you do not mind sending them to me. My e-mail is RoanytTari@aol.com
Thnks again,
Marilyn Leslie

Tried to e-mail

Posted: 29 May 2001 4:57PM GMT
Edited: 20 Jan 2004 9:13PM GMT
I tried to send the info
a) St.Michael's transcription and family groups
b) some Pa census info (Dietz/Deets in 1790,1800, and 1810)
c) Pa early death registry
d) Dietz Pa ship entry info
e) Dietz cemetary partial transcription
The mail was bounced both times (it was rejected by the AOL mailer)
Try to e-mail me christine.dietz@erols.com and I'll use the reply to send back the info.

Re: Dietz/Deitz/Deets in Pa

Kendra Deitz (View posts)
Posted: 30 Nov 2001 8:48PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Deitz
I am looking for my father Stewart Leroy Deitz who has had 3 children in 20 yrs., there are 2 boys and 1 girl. I would very much appreciate it if you could e-mail me with any info. you may find. THANK YOU!!

Re: Dietz/Deitz/Deets in Pa

Posted: 4 Dec 2001 12:37AM GMT
Classification: Biography
Edited: 5 Jan 2002 4:28AM GMT
Surnames: Deitz-Dietz
I have the same vowel switch in my tree for Deitz of Philadelphia Pa. Here's what I have starting about 1730.Peter Deitz(d. in 1805) father of Peter(m.Anna Travis)(died 1878), John, Barbara Deitz(Fox). Next Generation spelling Change>William H. Dietz(died 1908)m.Hannah S. Cox, Anna Travis Dietz m. George Brigham,Henry H. Dietz m.Sarah Mitchell, Susannah Dietz m. John M. Mason, and Sarah T. Dietz m. Henry Dyckman. Next Generation I have Louis S.,Howard W.,Hannah S.,Millard F.,Francis S.,Peter and William H. Jr.>All are DIETZ .

Re: Dietz/Deitz/Deets in Pa

Joe DIetz (View posts)
Posted: 10 Feb 2002 1:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
Ron,
Is your Peter (born around 1730) the Johan Peter whose wife was Anna Maria and had at least four children christened at St. Michael's; Anna Barbara (1766), Johan Bastian (1768) Johan Peter (1772), and Elizabeth (1775 - Eliz. with a different mother)? If so I'm VERY interested in any info you have on the Dietz men who attended St. Michael's. My line is from Johan Friedrich Dietz. Peter, Friedrich, Henrich, Georg, Wilhelm, Martin, and Philip all had children christened there between 1750 and 1780. I have been trying to determine the relationship between these men. St. Michael's roots start around the time these men appear there (but they do not appear to have come to America at the same time). If this is your Peter then we have a common search ground.
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