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Dackscheid

Dacksheid is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1700 to 1871 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dackscheid are Lascheid, Pintesfeld, Hargarten, and Waxweiler. The four most common names in this file are Berg, Elsen, Heinen, and Peters. There are 419 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dackscheid.

Dahlem

Dahlem is located in the northern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1781 to 1825 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dahlem are Waldorf, Glaadt, Stadtkyll, and Junkerath. The 13 most common names in this file are Barthen, Bungards, Everts, Foesges, Grun, Held, Klinkhammer, Knie, Muller, Pitzen, Ruetz, Schmitz, and Zimmer. There are 881 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dahlem.

Dahlem near Sulm

Dahlem near Sulm is located in the east-central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1732 to 1872 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dahlem near Sulm are Scharfbillig, Trimport, Eblingen, and Idenheim. The five most common names in this file are Mandernach, Schmitz, Theissen, Verve, and Wintersdorf. There are 609 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dahlem near Sulm.

Daleiden

Daleiden is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1704 to 1810 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Daleiden are Reipeldingen, Dasburg, Dannen, and Olmscheid. The nine most common names in this file are Elens, Freres, Hinterscheid, Lux, Meyer, Nonweiler, Putz, Schnitz, and Thelen .There are 2798 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Daleiden.

Dankerath

Dankerath is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1663 to 1917 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dankerath are Dohm, Senscheid, Trierscheid, and Bauler. The five most common names in this file are Caspers, Eich, Hellenthal, Piennen, and Reuter. There are 881 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dankerath.

Dannen

Dannen is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1704 to 1865 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dannen are Daleiden, Dasburg, Eschfeld, and Reiff. The three most common names in this file are Breuer, Schmirz, and Sterges. There are 1640 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dannen.

Darscheid

Darscheid is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1729 to 1864 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Darscheid are Schombach, Utzerath, Horscheid, and Daun. The seven most common names in this file are Feilen, Hees, Rauen, Schmitz, Steffen, Thoennes, and Willems. There are 883 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Darscheid.

Dasberg

Dasberg is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1704 to 1806 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dasberg are Dannen, Reipeldingen, Preischeid, and Jucken. The nine most common names in this file are Andre, Colling, Hilgers, Marnach, Parmentier, Rofsels, Schroeder, Spoden, and Thilman. There are 851 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dasburg.

Daufenbach

Daufenbach is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1713 to 1865 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Daufenbach are Orenhofem, Schleidweiler, Hoster, and Rodt. The three most common names in this file are Haupesch, Huberti, and Schroeder. There are 187 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Daufenbach.

Daun

Daun is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1670 to 1863 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Daun are Boverath, Gemunden, Putzborn, and Neunkirchen. The 10 most common names in this file are Britz, Deblon, Grofs, Hommes, Klering, Mengelkoch, Muller, Peiffer, Schildgen, and Schmitz. There are 2119 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Daun.

Dausfeld

Dausfeld is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1692 to 1881 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dausfeld are Prum, Weinsheim, Hermespand, and Fleringen. The ten most common names in this file are Braun, Hansen, Hepp, Schlemmer, Schneider, Scholzen, Simon, Stolz, Sturmes, and Zeigen. There are 352 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dausfeld.

Dauwelshausen

Dauwelshausen is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1808 to 1876 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dauwelscheid are Scheitkarb, Herbstmuhle, Hutten, and Sevenig. The three most common names in this file are Dichter, Greiber, and Schares. There are 186 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dauwelshausen.

Demerath

Demerath is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1648 to 1865 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Demerath are Auderath, Steineberg, Steiningen, and Wollmerath. The seven most common names in this file are Diederich, Haubrich, Klaus, Lehnen, Schiwi, Senger, and Stolz. There are 1354 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Demerath.

Densborn

Densborn is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1723 to 1851 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were used in developing this file: 0587647, 0591028, and 0591029. The four closest towns around Densborn are Neuheilenbach, Murlenbach, Usch, and Zendscheid. The nine most common names in this file are Bruck, Cremer, Killen, Koch, Marder, Meyer, Muller, Schneider, and Stomps. There are 1492 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Densborn.

Detzen

Detzen is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1650 to 1905 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Detzen are Thornich, Leiwen, Schleich, and Ensch. The six most common names in this file are Berg, Dany, Ferber, Liewen, Philippi, and Stein. There are 1950 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Detzen.

Deudesfeld

Deudesfeld is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1779 to 1881 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tape was used in developing this file: 0585841. The four closest towns around Deudesfeld are Spangdahlem, Dudeldorf, Herforst, and Landscheid. The 11 most common names in this file are Bender, Bill, Foegen, Klieffges, Kort, Muller, Pauli, Reichert, Stadfeld, and Tull. There are 1246 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Deudesfeld.

Dhron

Dhron is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1650 to 1860 from Catholic Church records in Greimerath. The four closest towns around Dhron are Neumagen, Minheim, Niederemmel, and Piesport. Check data at Neumagen, since data may overlap. The 12 most common names in this file are Bollig, Feihlen, Goergen, Hardt, Knodt, Kohl, Loenert, Mertes, Schmitt, Schneider, Schurb, and Stadfeld . There are 3587 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dhron.

Diefenbach

Diefenbach is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1709 to 1870 from Catholic Church records in Greimerath. The four closest towns around Diefenbach are Olkenbach, Willwerscheid, Greimerath, and Flubbach. The three most common names in this file are Coenen, Goergen, and Kreuter . There are 137 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Diefenbach.

Dierfeld

Dierfeld is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1710 to 1866 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dierfeld are Pantenburg, Wallscheid, Laufeld, and Muckeeln. The two most common names in this file are Laubach and Thelen. There are 49 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dierfeld.

Dierscheid

Dierscheid is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1710 to 1870 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dierscheid are Munster, Dodenburg, Erlenbach, and Naurath. The five most common names in this file are Berens, Fridelius, Hansen, Heins, and Steffen . There are 849 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dierscheid.

Dingdorf

Dingdorf is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1764 to 1881 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dingdorf are Winringen, Schonecken, Wettledorf, and Niederlauch. The 11 most common names in this file are Heinen, Nosbisch, Peters, Thelen, Thielges, and Thome and Weber. There are 366 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dingdorf.

Dockendorf

Dockendorf is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1705 to 1876 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dockendorf are Wettlingen, Wolsfeld, Peffingen, and Ingendorf. The 10 most common names in this file are Arnoldi, Bisenius, Goebel, Heinz, Meyer, Muller, Schilling, Schmitz, Theis, and Weber. There are 1489 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dockendorf.

Dockweiler

Dockweiler is located in the northeast portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1723 to 1860 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dockweiler are Bruck, Betteldorf, Hinterweiler, and Dreis. The seven most common names in this file are Lux, Mathay, Muller, Schaefer, Schneider, Thome, and Weingard . There are 892 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dockweiler.

Dodenburg

Dodenburg is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1711 to 1800 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dodenburg are Gladbach, Heidweiler, Dierscheid, and Dorbach. The three most common names in this file are Etteldorf, Hauperich, and Zimmer. There are 148 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dodenburg.

Dohm

Dohm is located in the north-central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1779 to 1884 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dohm are Lammersdorf, Rockeskyll, Walsdorf, and Bewingen. The five most common names in this file are Fries, Gils, Meyer, Schimmels, and Schmitz. There are 440 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dohm.

Dohr

Dohr is located in the southwest portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1799 to 1848 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dohr are Cochem, Brattheck,Urschmitt, and Bremm. The three most common names in this file are Kieffer, Kreutz, and Schneider. There are 186 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dohr.

Dollendorf

Dollendorf is located in the northern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1680 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dollendorf are Ahrhutte, Udelhoven, Ripsdorf, and Mirbach. The 12 most common names in this file are Cremer, Girdens, Hansen, Heinen, Himmels, Klinkhammer, Miefs, Muller, Peetz, Pick, Reetz, and Schmitz. There are 3463 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dollendorf.

Dorbach

Dorbach is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1583 to 1872 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dorbach are Salmtal, Sehlem, Heckenmunster, and Esch. The six most common names in this file are Barzen, Berg, Friederich, Rauen, Thiel, and Wagner. There are 126 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dorbach.

Dorf

Dorf is located in the southeastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1697 to 1843 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dorf are Luxem, Neuerburg, Bombogen, and Wittlich. The three most common names in this file are Bastgen, Jungen, and Lehnertz. There are 243 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dorf.

Dreis near Dockweiler

Dreis near Dockweiler is located in the northeastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1723 to 1860 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dreis near Dockweiler are Bruck, Betteldorf, Stroheich, and Oberehe. The seven most common names in this file are Hens, Hohn, Kirschtgen, Lux, Muller, Thull, and Wirz. There are 1033 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dreis near Dockweiler.

Dreis near Wittlich

Dreis near Wittlich is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1681 to 1858 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dreis near Wittlich are Bruck, Salm, Bergweiler, abd Gladbach. The 13 most common names in this file are Berg, Crantz Hansen, Jung, Kohl, Lamberti, Merzfeld,Neukirch, Schomers, Spang, Stoffel, Thilges and Vollman. There are 2915 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dreis near Wittlich.

Driesch

Driesch is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1650 to 1840 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Driesch are Lutzerath, Wagenhoausen, Immerath, and Weiler. The four most common names in this file are Adams, Scheid, Schneider, and Thomas. There are 353 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Driesch.

Dudeldorf

Dudeldorf is located in the southeastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1742 to 1864 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dudeldorf are Metterich, Spangdahlem, Huttingen and Binsfeld. The 13 most common names in this file are Aubert, Becker, Brand, Cillien, Conrad, Dohm, Joutz, Muller, Munchen, Putzenbacher, Rascop, Scheidweiler, and Wagner. There are 2539 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dudeldorf.

Duppach

Duppach is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1737 to 1860 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Duppach are Calenborn, Scheuren, Steffeln, and Oos. The seven most common names in this file are Blum, Fischer, Kohl, Lux, Meyer, Tarter, and Thelen. There are 997 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Duppach.

Dusemond

Dusemond (now known as Brauneberg) is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1700 to 1870 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Dusemond are Wintrich, Mulheim near Wittlich, Monzel, and Burgen. The five most common names in this file are Erz, Heil, Kilburg, Lieser, and Mertes. There are 636 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Dusemond.