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Re: HARTZOG; Hartsock/Hertzog/Hartsog/etc.,etc.
Posted by: Jeff Brandon Date: October 21, 1998 at 13:20:52
In Reply to: Re: HARTZOG; Hartsock/Hertzog/Hartsog/etc.,etc. by Robert Hartsoe of 396

I believe the earliest spelling is the German Herzog ("lord").
I have a Herzog line (which became Hartzog in South Carolina), from Johan
Bernard Herzog, who left Leimen, near Heidelberg, in 1752, travelled up
the Rhine to Rotterdam, and sailed to Charleston. Reformed church
take the line back to his grandfather in Leimen.
There is an excellent page of this family at:
I have information to share and more I wish to receive about the families from Alabama!!


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