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Re: William H. Sieg, born Corydon. IN. 1860
Posted by: David Rish Date: January 06, 2001 at 21:59:17
In Reply to: William H. Sieg, born Corydon. IN. 1860 by Robert Willcox of 49

According to the Paul Sieg Family in North America 1720-1986 book William Henry Sieg was the 11th Child of 12 born April 27, 1860 in Harrison Co.,In. and moved to Kansas with his brother Francis married and had children. No further info on him. His father was Henry William Sieg born Mar. 1, 1819 in Shenandoah Co.,Va. Died Nov.25,1865 in Corydon, In. His mother Anna Mitchell Pennington born Aug. 11,1824 Harrison Co.,In. Died Mar 5,1904 in Corydon. they married Jan 28,1841 in Corydon. Anna's parents are Dennis L.& Elizabeth Pennington Henry W. parents are John Sieg born May 1,1781 in Lancaster Co.,Pa. Died June 13,1854 in Corydon Nancy Ann Whistler born Oct 25,1789 Rockingham Co.,Va. Died April 16,1862 Corydon married May 18,1807 in Rockingham Co.,Va.
John is a brother to my GGGgrandfather Jacob Sieg. There Parents are Paul Sieg born Nov. 14,1753 in Lancaster Co.,Pa. served in the Revolutionary War Died Sept. 22,1817 in Augusta Co.,Va. Susanna Fauber Born Dec. 6,1760 in Germany Died on Sept. 2,1818 Augusta Co.,Va. married in 1780 in Lancaster Co.,Pa.
There is more email me at dsrish@dbscorp.net
Dave Rish


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