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Re: Any Dysslin Descendants Out There?
Posted by: Judy Dolanski Date: December 22, 1999 at 17:58:13
In Reply to: Any Dysslin Descendants Out There? by Jane Platt of 22

I have done some research on the Dysslin family. The Reverend is mentioned in a book about Swiss Emigrants to America in the Eighteenth century. There are some Dysslin (also Klock) birth/baptism/marriage records on a site called St. John's Church where the Reverend was a minister.
Christopher Klock and Elizabeth Dysslin were married June 7, 1818 in Oppenheim, New York (St. John's Church record). I have the year of birth for the Reverend as 1752 (Bellinger Genealogy).
I am looking for my Grandmother's (Francis Dyslin) brothers and sister's families. They are August Frederick b. abt. 1895; Lillian b. abt. 1897 m. Peter Katosh; Thomas Henry b. July 6, 1900 m. Edith ?; Howard William b. April 16, 1906 m. Margaret Wells.


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