Marguerite Dyer

F, b. 8 January 1918, d. 17 January 1918
     Marguerite Dyer was born on 8 January 1918 at Greene Co., OH. She was the daughter of Albert F. Dyer and Anna F. Semler. Marguerite Dyer died on 17 January 1918 at Greene Co., OH.

Mary Dyer

F, b. 8 September 1853
     Mary Dyer was Presbyterian.
Note: All children born at Chester, Delware, Co, PA. She was born on 8 September 1853. She married Dr. Samuel Starr, son of Jeremiah Starr and Mary Thompson, on 6 January 1876 at Chester, Delaware Co., PA.

Children of Mary Dyer and Dr. Samuel Starr

Mary Louise Dyer1

F, b. circa 1922
     Mary Louise Dyer was born circa 1922 at Duval Co. (probably), FL.1 She was the daughter of Clyde E. Dyer and Cordelia Molt.1

Citations

  1. [S1904] 1930 Federal Census, Duval County, Florida. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 314; FHL #2340049.

Sarah Dyer

F
     Sarah Dyer married Dr. Enoch Leavitt, son of Enoch Leavitt and Elizabeth Kenton, on 18 July 1797.

Child of Sarah Dyer and Dr. Enoch Leavitt

William James Dyer

M, b. 14 October 1919, d. 30 June 1985
     William James Dyer was born on 14 October 1919 at Greene Co., OH.1 He was the son of Albert F. Dyer and Anna F. Semler. William James Dyer began military service on 17 April 1939 WW II service, U.S. Navy. He died on 30 June 1985 at Ross Co. (probably), OH, at age 65 Dates per SSDI and military cemeteries records. He was buried on 3 July 1985 at Dayton National Military Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH.

Citations

  1. [S235] 1920 Federal Census, Greene County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 1386.

Alma Sue Dyerly

F, b. 5 September 1881, d. 12 November 1963
     Alma Sue Dyerly was born on 5 September 1881 at Rice Co. (probably), KS.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Dyerly and Medora A. Board.1,2 Alma Sue Dyerly married Frederick Adolph Davault, son of Samuel Harvey Davault and Ruth Alice Blain, circa 1902.2 Alma Sue Dyerly lived on 15 March 1920 at 502 South Pine Street, Pratt, Pratt Co., KS; Unemployed.3 She died on 12 November 1963 at age 82. She was buried in November 1963 at Greenlawn Cemetery, Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, Findagrave #76140602.

Children of Alma Sue Dyerly and Frederick Adolph Davault

Citations

  1. [S2044] 1900 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 495; FHL #1240495.
  2. [S2045] 1910 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 453; FHL #1374466.
  3. [S2051] 1920 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 545.

Thomas Dyerly1

M, b. January 1843, d. 15 September 1919
     Thomas Dyerly was born in January 1843 at Virginia or 21 mar 1842, per Findagrave.com memorial.1 He married Medora A. Board circa 1866.2 Thomas Dyerly lived on 8 June 1880 at Victoria Twp., Rice Co., KS.3 He died on 15 September 1919 at Pratt Co., KS, at age 76. He was buried in September 1919 at Greenlawn Cemetery, Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, Findagrave #76140819.

Child of Thomas Dyerly and Medora A. Board

Citations

  1. [S2044] 1900 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 495; FHL #1240495.
  2. [S2045] 1910 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 453; FHL #1374466.
  3. [S4613] 1880 Federal Census, Rice County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 394; FHL #1254394.

Christina Dyerthin

F
     Christina Dyerthin married Johannes Kitzmiller.

Child of Christina Dyerthin and Johannes Kitzmiller

Archy Van Dyke

M
     Archy Van Dyke married an unknown person .

Child of Archy Van Dyke

Blanche L. Dyke

F, b. circa 1882
     Blanche L. Dyke was born circa 1882 at Pennsylvania.1 She married Thomas Bevington circa 30 October 1901.1

Child of Blanche L. Dyke and Thomas Bevington

Citations

  1. [S2904] 1910 Federal Census, Beaver County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1310; FHL #1375323.

Floyd Van Dyke

M, b. 16 September 1893, d. April 1965
     Note: SS Death Index info appears to match but has not been validated. Floyd Van Dyke was born on 16 September 1893.1 He was the son of William J. Van Dyke and Fannie May Stouffer. Floyd Van Dyke died in April 1965 at Enders, Chase Co., NE, at age 71.1

Citations

  1. [S89] Social Security Death Index.

Foster Van Dyke

M, b. 22 January 1895, d. March 1970
     Note: SS Death Index info appears to be a match, but has not been validated. Foster Van Dyke was born on 22 January 1895.1 He was the son of William J. Van Dyke and Fannie May Stouffer. Foster Van Dyke died in March 1970 at Nickerson, Dodge Co., NE, at age 75.1

Citations

  1. [S89] Social Security Death Index.

Lorinda Dyke1

F
     Lorinda Dyke married James Logan.1

Child of Lorinda Dyke and James Logan

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 555.

Ray Van Dyke

M, b. 3 July 1899, d. May 1969
     Note: SS Death Index info appears to be a match, but has not been validated. Ray Van Dyke was born on 3 July 1899.1 He was the son of William J. Van Dyke and Fannie May Stouffer. Ray Van Dyke died in May 1969 at Enders, Chase Co., NE, at age 69.1

Citations

  1. [S89] Social Security Death Index.

William J. Van Dyke

M
     William J. Van Dyke was the son of Archy Van Dyke. William J. Van Dyke married Fannie May Stouffer, daughter of Benjamin F. Stouffer and Mary E. Koontz, on 7 December 1892 at Ogle Co., IL, Illinois Statewide Marriage Index 1763 - 1900:

GROOM BRIDE CNTY DATE VOL/PAGE LIC
Vandyke, William J(S/O Archy) Stouffe, Fannie M(D/O Benjamin) Ogle 12/07/1892 001/ 8205.1

Children of William J. Van Dyke and Fannie May Stouffer

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 661.

Clarence G. Dykeman1

M
     Clarence G. Dykeman was the son of Richard Dykeman and Louise Peters.1 Clarence G. Dykeman married Bess Lucille Morse, daughter of Irvin S. Morse and Beatrice Miller, on 8 June 1923.1 Clarence G. Dykeman lived in 1926 at 2219 South Leer Street, South Bend, St. Joseph Co., IN.1

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 547.

Richard Dykeman1

M
     Richard Dykeman married Louise Peters.1

Child of Richard Dykeman and Louise Peters

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 547.

Mae Dykes

F, b. 26 January 1903, d. 11 November 1938
     Mae Dykes was born on 26 January 1903. She married George Squibb Bacon, son of John Thomas Bacon and Sarah Elizabeth Squibb. Mae Dykes died on 11 November 1938 at age 35. She was buried in November 1938 at Fairview United Methodist Church Cemetery, Jonesborough, Washington Co., TN, Find A Grave Memorial# 67617166.

Child of Mae Dykes and George Squibb Bacon

Aquilla Dyson1

M, b. 28 July 1810, d. 31 August 1873
     Aquilla Dyson was born on 28 July 1810 at Page Co., VA, dates and locations for Aquilla and Sophonia Dyson per Dyson Family Tree genealogy, prepared by crash1976, online at ancestry.com.1 He married Sophronia Harvey in 1834.1 Aquilla Dyson died on 31 August 1873 at Jasper Co., IL, at age 63.

Children of Aquilla Dyson and Sophronia Harvey

Citations

  1. [S6] 1850 Federal Census, Guernsey County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 684.
  2. [S9] 1860 Federal Census, Noble County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1020; FHL #805020.

Benjamin Franklin Dyson1

M, b. circa 1851, d. 6 March 1911
     Benjamin Franklin Dyson was born circa 1851 at Millwood Twp., Guernsey Co. (probably), OH.1 He was the son of Aquilla Dyson and Sophronia Harvey.1 Benjamin Franklin Dyson married Dolly Jane Mahaney on 25 December 1878 at Jasper Co., IL. Benjamin Franklin Dyson died on 6 March 1911 at Jasper Co., IL.

Citations

  1. [S9] 1860 Federal Census, Noble County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1020; FHL #805020.

Hannah Dyson

F, b. circa 1839, d. before June 1880
     Hannah Dyson was born circa 1839 at Ohio.1 She was the daughter of Aquilla Dyson and Sophronia Harvey.2 Hannah Dyson married John Wesley Bragg, son of John Bragg and Eliza Davis, on 18 July 1862 at Jasper Co., IL. Hannah Dyson died before June 1880 at Jasper Co., IL. She was buried at Worthey Cemetery, South Muddy Twp., Jasper Co., IL.

Children of Hannah Dyson and John Wesley Bragg

Citations

  1. [S414] 1870 Federal Census, Clay County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 196; FHL #545695.
  2. [S6] 1850 Federal Census, Guernsey County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 684.
  3. [S2455] 1880 Federal Census, Jasper County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 215; FHL #1254215.

Hans Georg Döllinger

M, b. circa 1690, d. 6 September 1769
     Hans Georg Döllinger was also known as George Dellinger. He was born circa 1690 at Germany or Switzerland Per Daniel Bly post on genforum.com ( http://genforum.com/dellinger/messages/64.html ):

George Dellinger of Virginia died in 1769 and the children listed in his will were:
Christian, oldest son, Frederick, Jacob, John (killed by Indians 1764), Augustine, David. Daughters were Sybilla, m. Martin Roller, Barbara, m. Lewis Setzer, & Catherine m. Moses Stricker (NOT Strickler).
I suspect that George's wife, Catherine was a daughter of Christian Krahenbuhl, a Mennonite expelled from Switzerland in 1710. George Dellinger (Hans Georg Döllinger) was with the Mennonite community in Lancaster in 1728 but later in Virginia had all his children baptized as Lutherans. In Virginia the Krahenbuhl name became Crabill and Graybill.

The Dellingers of North Carolina are a different family entirely.

He married Catherina Krahenbühl, daughter of Christian Krahenbühl and Elizabeth Liechti, at Germany (probably). Hans Georg Döllinger was a Mennonite at the time of his signature on the "Martin Meili" petition requesting to take the Oath of Allegiance in order to qualify for purchase of land. After migration to what is now Shenandoah County, Virginia, he apparently determined to join the German Lutheran church community there, and in 1736 had his older children baptized along with an infant child, by Lutheran minister Caspar Stoever.

In a warrant from 24 April 1752, George Dellinger, John Painter and Peter Fultz requested a Deed in Trust for 400 acres of waste and ungranted land "including the Dutch Chappel, the said Land being for the use of the Society of Dutch Protestants." Across Swover Creek and up the next hill, Dellinger could see the meetinghouse from his back porch balcony. (Christian Dellinger's house was 2 to 3 miles away from the Zion Church, with several hills between to two places, making it impossible for him to see the church from his porch.)

Named as partners in this society were Christian Dellinger, Ulrich Mire, Nicholus Counts (Kuntz) and 13 other German neighbors. In the early years, it became known simply as Jacob's Church. Valley historian John Wayland theorized that this was meant to honor the name of Jacob Rinker - shared by the pioneer, son and grandson - who all lived but a mile further down the road and all cared for the little chapel. (According to Sandi Yelton, Jacob's Church wasn't established until 1838, after Christian Dellinger Sr. was deceased. The church that Christian Dellinger, Sr. was involved in was designated "Society of Church Protestants" in April of 1753 when Christian Dellinger and 15 others were named as members of the "Deutsche Evangelische Gemeinde" and was known as Zion-Pine Lutheran and Reformed Church. The church was granted land in 1753, however chuch records did not begin until 1788 when a "newly built church" was dedicated. Apparently no deed for the land was issued in 1753, so in 1781, Johannes Bender, Johann Penneyweight, Peter Voltz and George Dellinger, Christian Sr.'s son, as officers of the congregation were issued the deed on 9 January 1781.)

Although George Dellinger took the oath in Pennsylvania as a Mennonite, the meetinghouse entrusted in his name became a church for the Lutheran and Reformed congregations along the Back Road of Shenandoah County. (There was not a church in the area of the Back Road at the time when George Dellinger lived in the area. It wasn't until 1838 when the Jacob Church was established there. The church acquired the land in 1789 but no church was built for 49 years thereafter. The Zion Church in which Christian, Sr. was associated with is not located on the Back Road, which is today called the Senedo Road, but on Headquarters Road some several miles to the east).

He was naturalized on 1 April 1728 at Conestoga Twp., Lancaster Co. (now), PA; Oath of Allegiance to England.

The following article The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine "German Qualification for Naturalization in Pennsylvania, 1728" was written by Barbara L. Weir, a certified genealogical records searcher and Laurie A. Rofini, the archivist at the Chester County Archives.

"As Early as 1717 the Commissioners of Property, agents of the proprietor for the sale of land in Pennsylvania, advised the Palatines of Conestoga and Pequea to seek naturalization because of the 'Disadvantage they were under by being born aliens, that therefore their Children could not inherit nor they themselves convey to others the Lands they purchase.' It was not, however, until February 1728/28 that Martin Mylen and Wendall Bowman of the "Congregation of the Menists" began the process of naturalization by petitioning the Chester County Court of Quarter Sessions. Mylen and Bowman requested that they and their fellow Mennonites be allowed 'to sign & subscribe the oaths of supremacy and allegiance' before two justices of the court. Henry Peirce and George Aston, justices, were appointed to arrange a convenient meeting place. On 1 April 1728, at Mylen's house at Conestoga, approximately 200 Mennonites joined by 23 fellow Germans signed the documents qualifying them for naturalization. The Mennonites signed a form of the qualification that did not require that they 'swear' an 'oath.'

The process then apparently stalled for over a year before moving to the jurisdiction of the newly formed county of Lancaster. On November 1729 a petition on behalf of those who had 'Taken the Loyal Qualifications' was drawn up and forwarded to Governor Patrick Gordon. On 16 January 1729/30 Governor Gordon reported that he had investigated the case and recommended passage of a bill to naturalize the petitioners. At a council held on 28 January 1729/30 some amendments were made to the bill and, finally, on 14 February 1729/30 'An Act of the Better Enabling Divers Inhabitants of the Province of Pennsylvania to Hold Lands, and to Invest Them With the Privileges of Natural-Born Subjects of the Said Province' was passed by the Assembly. Ordinarily Pennsylvania legislation was required to be reviewed by the Privy Council in London, but since the act was never considered by the crown, it became law with the lapse of time as allowed by the propriety charter.

It should be noted that not all of the petitioners who signed the qualifications at Martin Mylen's in 1728 were included in the act passed by the Assembly.

The Oath of Allegiance and Abjuration signed by the non-Mennonites follows:

Wee the Subscribers Do Sincerely promise and Swear that wee will be faithfull and bear true Allegiance to his majesty King George the Second so help us God.

Wee the Subscribers do likewise Swear that we do from our hearts abhor Detest and Abjure, as Impious and herticall, that Damnable Doctrine and posicion, that princes Excomunicated or deprived by the Pope, or any authority of the See of Rome, may be Deposed or Murdered by their Subjects or any other whatsoever, And wee do Declare, That no Foreign prince, person, prelate, state or potentate, hath or ought to have any Jurisdiction, power Superiorty, preeminence or authority Ecclesiasticall or Spiritual within the Realm of Great Britian or the Dominions thereunto belonging, so help us God."

Among the Mennonites that signed the Qualifications was Hanss Georg Dollinger (with an umlauted o). When comparing this signature to the one on the Will of George Dellinger of Virginia in 1769, and taking into account his age in 1769, the two signatures appear to be of the same man. Both signatures clearly have an umlauted "O" in the last name. In the "D" he brings the loop across the bottom in both. In the "G" in Dellinger, he puts another loop going the same way in each. He made a will in Frederick Co., Virginia, on 20 July 1769; Allender Sybert's letter of 13 January 1992 indicates the will of George Dellinger dated 20 July 1769, provided September 1769 in Frederick Co., Virginia, is listed in "Abstracts of Wills, Inventories, and Administration Account of Frederick County, Virginia, 1743-1800", by J. Estelle Stewart King. The will lists son Christian Dillinger, son-in-law Moses Strickler, daughter Barbara and her husband Lewis Letzer. The aforementioned 1769 will is also citied in the book "Shenandoah Valley Pioneer Settlers" by Gene Paige Hammond, from Strasburg, Virginia on pages 36-40 taken from "Frederick County Wills", book 3, page 507f.


Note: Delivered a wolf's head, collected bounty of 170 pound of tobacco, certified by Jost Hite.


Note: Elder, St. Paul's Lutheran Church.

He died on 6 September 1769 at Frederick (now Shenandoah) Co., VA. He was buried in September 1769 at Dellinger Cemetery, Conicville, Shenandoah Co., VA, Find A Grave Memorial# 82333172. He left a will.

Children of Hans Georg Döllinger and Catherina Krahenbühl

Anna Dürr1

F, b. 29 November 1779
     Anna Dürr was born on 29 November 1779 at Hauingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany.1 She was christened on 30 November 1779 at Hauingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany; Evangelische.1 She was the daughter of Friedrich Dürr and Anna Ott.1 Anna Dürr married Matthias Spohn, son of Matthias Spohn and Margaretha Ziegler, on 3 December 1805 at Brombach bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany.2

Citations

  1. [S1936] Familysearch "German Marriages", online https://familysearch.org/, source film #1189338.
  2. [S1936] Familysearch "German Marriages", online https://familysearch.org/, source film #1189314.

Anna Margaretha Dürr1

F, b. 22 June 1771
     Anna Margaretha Dürr was born on 22 June 1771 at Hauingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany.1 She was christened on 23 June 1771 at Hauingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany; Evangelische.1 She was the daughter of Friedrich Dürr and Anna Ott.1 Anna Margaretha Dürr married Michael Müller, son of Jakob Müller and Sarah Roskopf, on 24 March 1793 at Rümmingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany.1

Citations

  1. [S1936] Familysearch "German Marriages", online https://familysearch.org/, source film #1189338.

Anna Maria Dürr1

F, b. 9 February 1789, d. 31 December 1853
     Anna Maria Dürr was born on 9 February 1789 at Hauingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Friedrich Dürr and Anna Ott.2 Anna Maria Dürr married Johann Jakob Scheurer, son of Georg Friedrich Scheurer and Catharina Friedrika Magdalena Friesenegger, on 14 February 1808 at Hauingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany, seven children born to this marriage, names not known.1 Anna Maria Dürr died on 31 December 1853 at Hauingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany, at age 64.1

Citations

  1. [S1890] Scheurer Familienstammbaum, online http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/34781835/, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/34781835/person/18724488635
  2. [S1936] Familysearch "German Marriages", online https://familysearch.org/, source film #1189338.

Friedrich Dürr

M
     Friedrich Dürr married Anna Ott, daughter of Jörg Friederich Ott and Rosina Roths, on 9 November 1762 at Hauingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany, Hauingen Church Book FHL #1189338 Birth: p. 26.

Children of Friedrich Dürr and Anna Ott

Citations

  1. [S1936] Familysearch "German Marriages", online https://familysearch.org/, source film #1189338.

Friedrich Dürr1

M, b. 23 April 1777, d. before 9 December 1783
     Friedrich Dürr was born on 23 April 1777 at Hauingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany.1 He was christened on 24 April 1777 at Hauingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany; Evangelische.1 He was the son of Friedrich Dürr and Anna Ott.1 Friedrich Dürr died before 9 December 1783.

Citations

  1. [S1936] Familysearch "German Marriages", online https://familysearch.org/, source film #1189338.

Friedrich Dürr1

M, b. 9 December 1783
     Friedrich Dürr was christened on 9 December 1783 at Hauingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany; evangelische.1 He was born on 9 December 1783 at Hauingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany.1 He was the son of Friedrich Dürr and Anna Ott.1

Citations

  1. [S1936] Familysearch "German Marriages", online https://familysearch.org/, source film #1189338.

Georg Friedrich Dürr1

M, b. 19 September 1765
     Georg Friedrich Dürr was born on 19 September 1765 at Hauingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany.1 He was christened on 20 September 1765 at Hauingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany; Evangelische.1 He was the son of Friedrich Dürr and Anna Ott.1

Citations

  1. [S1936] Familysearch "German Marriages", online https://familysearch.org/, source film #1189338.

Johann Jakob Dürr1

M, b. 25 June 1767, d. before 12 September 1775
     Johann Jakob Dürr was born on 25 June 1767 at Hauingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany.1 He was christened on 26 June 1767 at Hauingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany; Evangelische.1 He was the son of Friedrich Dürr and Anna Ott.1 Johann Jakob Dürr died before 12 September 1775.

Citations

  1. [S1936] Familysearch "German Marriages", online https://familysearch.org/, source film #1189338.