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(1) Sebestien Deichart,
widower of Issigheim near Hanau, was born about 1600 in Germany according
to Langensebold Churchbooks. He married Anna
on 8 June 1640 in Langenselbold, Germany. They were likely
the parents of:
(2) Hans Deichart, born 1637 in Huttengas, Germany, and buried 8 April 1700 in Germany, age 63, is the earliest definite ancestor of the Dygerts of New York State. He married Gertraut, who was buried 26 June 1721, aged 81 years, according to the Huttengesab Churchbooks.
Children (all born in Huttengas, Germany):
(3) Warner Dygert
was born 1662 near Huttengas, Germany, and died after 1730 in the Mohawk
River Valley of New York State. On 16 January 1690 in Sebold, Germany,
he married Anna Catharina,
daughter of Valentin Ähl.
The ancestral German home of the Mohawk Valley Deygert family was Huttengesab (27 km. e. of Frankfort), home of many 1709ers who settled in that region. The entries for Huttengesab are at Langenselbold (2 km. 5. of Huttengesab; Chbk. Begin 1563).
Worner Deichert of Huttengesab was listed 3 March 1701 with 2 oxen and 1 cart in a manuscript found at the Birstein archives. Also on the same roll were Kuhn, Bellinger and Bender families.
Werner Deuchert, made his first appearance on the Hunters List on 4 July 1710 with 5 persons over 10 years of age and 2 persons under 10 years. The family size increased 3 under 10 on 4 August 1710, and 6 persons over 10 years on 24 June, 1711. Warner Dyker, mayer, was on a list from a Palatine Debt Book dated March 1712/1713 (Settlers & Residents, Vol.1, p.16).
Werner Reichert of Queensbury was a Palatine soldier in the Canadian expedition.
Warnaer Deygert was naturalized 11 October 1715 in Albany, New York. Warner Deichert, his wife Anna Catharina, and 6 children were at Neu-Quunsberg in 1716/1717 according to the Simmendinger Register. He was a patentee at Stone Arabia in 1723 and received lots #1 and #47.
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