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Re: Johann Michael Kitch (1700?-1740, PA
Posted by: Lowell Pickett Date: July 22, 1998 at 19:27:25
In Reply to: Re: Johann Michael Kitch (1700?-1740, PA by Jerry Garrison of 164

Hello, the only information on Germany is probably. "To the best of our knowledge the first immigrant ancestor appears to be one Michael kitch who was Probably born about 1700 in the general vincinity of Mussbach in Baden in the German Palatinate. " Also they stated that probably Kitch or Kitsch was the correct spelling. From kitch Family History compiled by Josephine Pridemore of Witchita Ks. Which child of Martin do you follow. Lowell


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