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Nasingen

Nasingen is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1679 to 1793 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Nasingen are Muxerath, Niederaden, Berscheid, and Obergeckler. The two most common names in this file are Nickels and Weyers. There are 56 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Nasingen.

Nattenheim

Nattenheim is located in the central of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1671 to 1881 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Nattenheim are Fliessem, Bickendorf, Rittersdorf, and Erdorf. The seven most common names in this file are Clemens, Huweler, Lowen, Mertes, Mohr, Sifferath, and Thome. There are 1449 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Nattenheim.

Naurath

Naurath is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1643 to 1829 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Naurath are Dierscheid, Zemmer, Hetzerath, and Fohren. The five most common names in this file are Berg, Graff, Heintz, Koster, and Schumacher. There are 798 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Naurath.

Neef

Neef is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1700 to 1840 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Neef are Bremm, St.Aldegund, Beuren, and Nehren. The five most common names in this file are Arens, Buschbaum, Gietzen, Henrichs, and Muller. There are 1012 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Neef.

Neichen

(work in progress)Neichen is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1736 to 1850 from Catholic Church records for Beinhausen. The four closest towns around Neichen are Beinhausen, Boxberg, Kradennbach, and Nerdlen. The three most common names in this file are Diewald, Jacobs, and Johennes . There are 298 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Neichen.

Neidenbach

Neidenbach is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1767 to 1869 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were used in developing this file: 0546088 and 1336855. The four closest towns around Neidenbach are Balesfeld, Zendscheid, Usch, and Burbach. The eight most common names in this file are Disch, Elsen, Heinen, Hermes, Meyer, Muller, Schmitz, and Weber. There are 2165 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Neidenbach.

Nerdlen

(work in progress)Nerdlen is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1736 to 1850 from Catholic Church records for Beinhausen. The four closest towns around Nerdlen are Neichen, Kradenbach, Sarmersbach, and Rengen. The three most common names in this file are Diewald, Maas, and Saxeler . There are 403 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Nerdlen.

Neroth

Neroth is located in the northeastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1741 to 1865 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Neroth are Neunkirchen, Buscheich, Gemunden, and Oberstadtfeld. The 14 most common names in this file are Klas, Leclaire, Leiff, Lenzen, Mertes, Scholzen, Sonnen, Spruncker, Stadfeld, Steffes, Surges, Thelen, and Weber. There are 1670 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Neroth.

Neunkirchen

Neunkirchen is located in the northeastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1741 to 1870 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Neunkirchen are Kirschweiler, Steinborn, Neroth, and Oberstadtfeld. The seven most common names in this file are Grofges, Kroffges, Muller, Schaefer, Schent, Schnitz, and Thelen. There are 1010 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Neunkirchen.

Neuendorf

Neuendorf is located in the northern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1736 to 1883 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Neuendorf are Olzheim, Langenfeld, Steffeln, and Knaufspesch. The five most common names in this file are Baltes, Cremer, Huberts, Knuppen, and Phillipsen. There are 476 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Neuendorf.

Neuenstein

Neuenstein is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1814 to 1833 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Neuenstein are Hallschlag, Reuth, Schonfeld, and Ormont. The most common name in this file is Heinen. There are 12 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Neuenstein.

Neuenburg

Neuenburg 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 Neuenburg are Dorf, FluBbach, Belingen, and Bombogen. The five most common names in this file are Baur, Montzel, Pauli, Schoeman, and Stroh. There are 794 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Neuenburg.

Neuhaus

Neuhaus is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1822 to 1871 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Neuhaus are Aach, Pallien, Hihensonne, and Udelfangen. The two most common names in this file are Christman and Graff. There are 33 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Neuhaus.

Neuheilenbach

Neuheilenbach is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1835 to 1869 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Neuheilenbach are Neustrafsburg, Balesfeld, Usch, and Burbach. The three most common names in this file are Cremer, Heinen, and Schuh. There are 105 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Neuheilenbach.

Neumagen

Neumagen is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1650 to 1798 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Neumagen are Dhron, Minheim, Clusserath, and Niederemmel. The seven most common names in this file are Arens, Crantz, Dietzen, Geisen, Hoffman, Starck, and Zentius. There are 2162 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Neumagen.

Neurath

Neurath is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1693 to 1856 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Neurath are Windhausen, Kickeshausen, Arsfeld, and Holchen. The three most common names in this file are Cremer, Kindeman, and Thielman. There are 214 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Neurath.

Neuerburg

Neuerburg is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1779 to 1872 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were 0585934, 0585935, and 0546092. The four closest towns around Neuerburg are Scheuren,Oberraden, Hutten, and Muxerath. The 13 most common names in this file are Bettingen, Conrath, Hoffman, Kehmen, Manderscheid, Nels, Neu, Rouhl, Schmitz, Scholtes, Steill, Thiel, and Tholl . There are 5506 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Neuerburg.

Neustrasburg

Neustrasburg is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1805 to 1860 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Neustrasburg are Wawern, Burbach, Balesfeld, and Neuheilenbach. The three most common names in this file are Becker, Herman, and Poppelreuter. There are 189 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Neustrasburg.

Newel

Newel is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1808 to 1872 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Newel are Mohn, Butzweiler, Aach, and Ralingen. The five most common names in this file are Achten, Becker, Borne, Scheuren, and Wagner. There are 384 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Newel.

Niederkyll

Niederkyll is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1790 to 1872 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Niederkyll are xxxx. The three most common names in this file are Dick, Jubelius, and Leinen. There are 96 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niederkyll.

Niederaden

Niederaden is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1667 to 1792 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Niederaden are Sinspelt, Utsheid, Muxerath, and Lahr. The three most common names in this file are Burger, Hampen, and Schomers. There are 125 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niederaden.

Niederbettingen

Niederbettingen is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1676 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Niederbettingen are Oberbettingen, Kalenborn, Auel, and Scheuren. The eight most common names in this file are Blum, Burgard, Hoffman, Keul, Meyer, Muller, Oerters, and Schmitz. There are 1175 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niederbettingen.

Niederehe

Niederehe is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1686 to 1893 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Niederehe are Kerpen, Berndorf, Loogh, and Heyerath. The six most common names in this file are Ackerman, Betteldorf, Hilgers, Lentzen, Niederehe, and Schmitz. There are 159 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niederehe.

Niederemmel

Niederemmel is located on the Moselle River in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1650 to 1869 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Niederemmel are Piesport, Dhron, Minheim, and Wintrich. The 11 most common names in this file are Arens, Breidt, Denzer, Diederich, Efseln, Franzen, Kettern, Lehnert, Leyendecker, Schimpgen, and Schmitt. There are 3359 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niederemmel.

Niederhorsdorf

Niederhorsdorf is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1717 to 1859 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Niederhorsdorf are Oberhorsdorf, Kopp, Giesdorf, and Schonecken. The three most common names in this file are Bausen, Heinen, and Langens. There are 788 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niederhorsdorf.

Niedermanderscheid

Niedermanderscheid is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1704 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Niedermanderscheid are Manderscheid, Pantenburg, Laufeld, and Eckfeld. The three most common names in this file are Putz, Steffes, and Thur. There are 265 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niedermanderscheid above.

Niederkail

Niederkail is located in the southeastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1798 to 1860 from Catholic Church records in Landscheid. The four closest towns around Niederkail are Landscheid, Binsfeld, Arenrath, and Spangdahlem. The six most common names in this file are Kackert, Metzen, Niersbach, Schmitz, Schmitz, Schumacher, and Zirbes. There are 1140 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niederkail.

Niederlauch

Niederlauch is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1764 to 1885 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Niederlauch are Schonecken, Dingdorf, Winringen, and Orlenbach. The two most common names in this file are Hoffman and Schram. There are 151 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niederlauch.

Niederofflingen

Niederofflingen is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1773 to 1821 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Niederofflingen are Oberofflingen, Hasborn, Greimerath, and Willwerscheid. The four most common names in this file are Heyer, Junck, Ludwig, and Schaefer. There are 340 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niederofflingen.

Niedermehlen

Niedermehlen is located in the western portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1627 to 1877 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Niedermehlen are Gondenbrett, Dausfeld, Hernespand, and Weinsheim. The two most common names in this file are Endres and Hockerts. There are 88 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niedermehlen.

Niederpirscheid

Niederpirscheid 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 Niederpirscheid are Mauel, Heilenbach, Plutscheid, and Lambertsburg. The three most common names in this file are Bolmes, Meintz, and Zaumes. There are 519 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niederpirscheid.

Niederprum

Niederprum is located in the western portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1617 to 1878 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Niederprum are Prum, Elverath, Rommersheim, and Niedermehlen>. The seven most common names in this file are Cremer, Elsen, Feldges, Gerards, Mulbers, Schodens, and Trost. There are 2715 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niederprum.

Niedergecken

Niedergeckler is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1682 to 1793 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Niedergeckler are Obergeckler, Sinspelt, Nasingen, and Mettendorf. The two most common names in this file are Mirckes and Nobers. There are 102 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niedergeckler.

Niedergegen

Niedersgegen is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1812 to 1876 from Catholic Church records in the area. The three closest towns around Niedersgegen are Obersgegen, Lahr, and Mettendorf. The two most common names in this file are Muller and Riewer. There are 306 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niedersgegen.

Niederstedem

Niederstedem is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1723to 1870 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Niederstedem are Bitburg, Dockendorf, Eslingen, and Sulm. The three most common names in this file are Goebel, Hoffman, and Mathes. There are 508 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niederstedem.

Niederweiler near Biersdorf

Niederweiler is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1726 to 1881 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Niederweiler are Oberweiler, Bickendorf, Echterhausen, and Biersdorf. The two most common names in this file are Meintz and Schmitz. There are 272 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niederweiler near Biersdorf.

Niederweiler near Trierweiler

Niederweiler is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of xxxx to xxxx from Catholic Church records in the area. The closest town around Niederweiler is Trierweiler. The xxx most common names in this file are xxx. There are 144 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niederweiler near Trierweiler.

Niederweis

Niederweis is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1780 to 1852 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Niederweis are Kaschenbach, Prumzurlay, Irrel, and Gilzem. The four most common names in this file are Endres, Hentges, Theis, and Zender. There are 426 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niederweis.

Niehl

Niehl is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1656 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Niehl are Mettendorf, Burg, Halsdorf, and Brimingen. The two most common names in this file are Schmitz and Tholl. There are 226 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Niehl.

Nohn

Nohn is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1663 to 1966 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were used in developing this file: 0466683, 0574536, and 0574537. The four closest towns around Nohn are Dankerath, Uxheim, Kerpen, and Borler. The nine most common names in this file are Betteldorf, Bumenthal, Dreimuller, Frings, Hahn, Moseler, Muller, and Schmitz. There are 2796 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Nohn.

Nollenbach

Nollenbach is located in the northern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1836 to 1895 from Catholic Church records in the area. The three closest towns around Nollenbach are Ripsdorf, Alendorf, and Dollendorf. The two most common names in this file are Bach and Jacobs. There are 44 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Nollenbach.

Nonnenbach

Nonnenbach is located in the northern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1761 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The three closest towns around Nonnenbach are Blankenheim, Waldorf, and Reetz. The two most common names in this file are Klinkhammer and Manstein. There are 184 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Nonnenbach.

Noviand

Noviand is located in the southern edge of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1695 to 1870 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Noviand are Maring, Lieser, Siebenborn, and Osann. The nine most common names in this file are Baum, Franck, Haubs, Lichter, Muller, Pauli, Reuter, Steffen, and Weinand. There are 2231 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Noviand.

Nusbaum

Nusbaum is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1724 to 1846 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Nusbaum are Freilingen, Hommerdingen, Enzen, and Schankweiler. The six most common names in this file are Betzen, Diederich, Muller, Schmitz, Spartz, and Weides. There are 1527 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Nusbaum.