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German Speaking People West of the Catawba River in North Carolina 1750 - 1800 and Some Émigrés’ Participation in the Early Settlement of Southeast Missouri. Compiler and Editor: Lorena Shell Eaker. 1994

This wonderful in-depth book details many of the earliest families of this area of  NC circa 1750. To obtain information about ordering this book, send e-mail to:   sckpub@eudoramail.com

I would like to give a special thank you to Mrs. Eaker for allowing me to use various references from GSP.... as references and source material on this site. I would also like to thank her for her advice and encouragement.

 

Genealogical Records of the Seitz/Sites Family:  Volume 1  George Seitz/Sites who died in Hardy Co. Virginia (now Grant Co. West Virginia) 1790 and his Descendants. John V. Beck and Suzanne Sites Gibson.  1984

 

Ortsippenbuchs Oberacker, Landkreis Bruschal in Baden. von Rudolf und Margarete Herzer, Freiburg i. Br. und Gustav Mayer, Oberacker. Selbstverlad des Herausgebers Grafenhausen bei Lahr/Baden 1970. (Rudolph and Margarete Herzer and Gustav Mayer, Oberacker. © 1970).

This publication, compiled from the records of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Oberacker, provides familial relationships, and other details of many families of Oberacker, Baden. Two of these families, the Dellinger, and Seitz families found their way to NC ca. 1750. 

Philip Leonard found these in 1998 while researching the Dellinger family. Thanks to Ray Yount for providing me transcripts shortly thereafter, and thanks to Peter J. Rzeminski for providing me a copy of the publication.

Early American Families  -   Sides  Spach  Nading  Rominger  Longworth  Foltz  Rothrock  Shoaf  Vogler    Roxie Sides. Copyright 1963

This publication details some of the early Moravian families , among them the Seiz/Sides family who left Waldoboro, ME. and settled in Forsyth Co., NC.

 

If you are aware of additional publications to add to this list, please let me know.