you spelled the name Dieter 3 different ways............
and there were two Dieters who came to America about 2-3 years apart. One the one I think (but can't be sure because of spelling of last names) mentioned wife. the other who I belive is my ancestor did not have mention of wife. here is note my Aunt inserted into her family pages:
Jon Georg Dieter came to America on Ship Allen and Signed Oath of
Allegiance at port of Philadelphia 15 Sept 1729. We have no record of
his early years in America. He later Moved to Jost Hite Commune
(lived on Opequon River) in now Berkley County, West Virginia. He and
Wife are Reportedly buried Beside son John and his wife Eve TURNEY
(TURNI) in Teter Cemetary near Wallace, VA.
I also at one time got misled to follow the route you are attempting to push me onto but my gealogist friend guided me back on trail I am now following.
Thanks for your interest but am not going that route.
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