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Summation of Names in towns starting with S (Sa - Sc)

This section will allow you check, and see if any of the names you are researching are in any of the towns starting with an "Sa - Sc" . To see this table, click on the header above.

Summation of Names in towns starting with S (Se - Sw)

This section will allow you check, and see if any of the names youf are researching are in any of the towns starting with an "Se - Sw" . To see this table, click on the header above.

Salm

Salm is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1815 to 1885 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were used in developing this file: 0530205 and 0591030. The four closest towns around Salm are Wallenborn, Weidenbach, Niederstadtkyll, and Densdorn. The eight most common names in this file are Bender, Crones, Gerhards, Horten, Mertes, Muller, Scholzen, and Stadtfeld. There are 1742 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Salm.

Salmrohr

Salmrohe is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1670 to 1871 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Salmrohr are Salmtal. orbach, Dreis, and Pohlbach. The 12 most common names in this file are Dorth, Eifel, Hoffman, Junck, Klein, Kohl, Loenard, Monzel, Neukirsch, Pohren, Schmitt, and Steffgen. There are 2115 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Salmrohr.

Sankt Thomas

Sankt Thomas is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1721 to 1881. from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Sankt Thomas are Kyllburg, Steinborn, Seinsfeld, and Malberg. The four most common names in this file are Klieffges, Melling, Pauli, and Schwickerath. There are 636 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Sankt Thomas.

Sarmersbach

(work in progress)Sarmersbach 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 sarmersbach are Neichen, Nerdlen, Beinhausen, and Gefell. The five most common names in this file are Diewald, Hilgers, Lenarz, Saxeler, and Wambach . There are 332 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Sarmersbach.

Saxhausen

Saxhausen is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1791 to 1840 from Catholic Church records in the area. The closest town around Saxhausen is Olmscheid. The most common name in this file is Reusch. There are 22 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Saxhausen.

Saxler

Saxler is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1766 to 1798 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Saxler are Udler, Ellscheid, Gillenfeld, and Immerath. The three most common names in this file are Neumann, Weyersbach, and Zilligen. There are 79 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Saxler.

Schaefemuhle

Schaefemuhle is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1843 to 1873 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Schaefemuhle are xxxxxxx. The most common name in this file is Brandenburg. There are 40 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schaefemuhle.

Schalkenmehren

Schalkenmehren is located in the west central portion of the study area. Preliminary data in this file covers the period of 1762 to 1870 from Catholic Church records in the area. Data is also included for Gemunden, Saxler, and Udler. The four closest towns around Schalkenmehren are Mehren, Gemunden, Saxler, and Udler. The three most common names in this file are Jungen, Schmitz, and Schneider. There are 1351 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schalkenmehren.

Schankweiler

Schankweiler is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1698 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Schankweiler are Peffingen, Holsthum, Prumzurlay, and Ferschweiler. The three most common names in this file are Diederich, Fous, and Kries. There are 928 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schankweiler.

Scharfbillig

Scharfbillig is located in the southeastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1722 to 1871 from Catholic Church records from Sulm. The four closest towns around Scharfbillig are Rohl, Sulm, Oberstedem, and Dahlem. The three most common names in this file are Dummer, Olck, and Wirz. There are 417 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Scharfbillig.

Scheid

Scheid is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1734 to 1877 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Scheid are Hallschlag, Kronrnberg, Kehr, and Ormont. The five most common names in this file are dahm, Gaspers, Hach, Junckers, and Schmitz. There are 416 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Scheid.

Scheitgen

Scheitgen 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 Scheitgen are Kopscheid, Lauperath, Holzcen, and Krautscheid. The four most common names in this file are Eckerts, Klankers, Marxen, and Micheks. There are 221 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Scheitgen.

Scheitkorb

Scheitkorb is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1715 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Scheitkorb are Hutten, Herbstmuhle, Sevenig, and Dauwelshausen. The three most common names in this file are Diederich, Goebel, and Heinen. There are 169 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Scheitkorb.

Scheuren

Scheuern is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1698 to 1880 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Scheuern are Kalenborn, Duppach, Roth, and Auel. The three most common names in this file are Bauer, Meyer, and Schmitz. There are 441 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Scheuern.

Schladt

Schladt is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1710 to 1865 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Schladt are Groblittgen, Plein, Gipperath, and Niederofflingen. The five most common names in this file are Muller, Pesch, Reifs, Steffes, and Weber. There are 324 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schladt.

Schlausenbach

Schlausenbach is located in the xxxx portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1711 to 1798 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Schlausenbach are Herzfenn, Oberlascheid, Auw, and Kobscheid. The four most common names in this file are Clasen, Cremer, Gorres, and Schwalen. There are 204 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schlausenbach.

Schleich

Schleich is located in the soutrhern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1800 to 1871 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Schleich are Ensch, Detzem, Mehring, and Thornich. The four most common names in this file are Bleasius, Meisburger, Scholer, and Welter. There are 346 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schleich.

Schleid

Schleid is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1668 to 1867 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were used in developing this file: 1336869, 0530524, and 0591043. The four closest towns around Schleid are Seffern, Sefferweich, Heilenbach, and Malberg. The six most common names in this file are Barthel, Ewen, Funck, Junck, Peters, and Schmillen. There are 915 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schleid.

Schlosdahl

Schlosdahl is located in the northern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1790 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Schlosdahl are Ahrhuette, Dollendorf, Vellerhof, and Ripsdorf. The two most common names in this file are Betteldorf and Rick. There are 104 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete click on Schlosdahl.

Schleidweiler

Schleidweiler is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1697 to 1870 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Schleidweiler are Heidweiler, Zemmer, Orenhofen, and Preis. The eight most common names in this file are Cordier, Coster, Keilen, Meyer, Peters, Scnmitz, Schroeder, and Walerius. There are 1682 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schleidweiler.

Schmitt

Schmitt is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1723 to 1798 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Schmitt are Gillenbeuren, Alften, Gevenich, and Auderath. The three most common names in this file are Feyen, Kefseler, and Scheffers. There are 151 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schmitt.

Schombach

Schombach 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 Schombach are Utzerath, Darscheid, Ulman, and Steiningen. The four most common names in this file are Franzen, Roden, Schaefer, and Zenner. There are 479 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schombach.

Schonberg

Schonberg is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1732 to 1794 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Schonberg are Laudesfeld, Herzfenn, Ammelscheid, and Andler. The two most common names in this file are Heintzen and Kluckers. There are 387 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schonberg.

Schonberg near Auw

Schonberg nr Auw is located in the western portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of xxxx to xxxxx from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Schonberg are xxxxxx. The xxx most common names in this file are xxxx and xxxxx. There are 49 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schonberg near Auw.

Schonecken

Schoenecken is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1716 to 1859 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Schoenecken are Niederlauch, Dingdorf, Wetteldorf, and Heisdorf. The 14 most common names in this file are Alff, Arent, Castert, Gitzen, Goerrings, Gores, Irsfeld, Knauff, Linden, Manderscheid, Nicolai, Rosch, Schmitz, and Seffern. There are 4597 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schoenecken.

Schonfeld

Schonfeld is located in the northwestern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1790 to 1873 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Schonfeld are Reuth, Steffeln, Neuenstein, and Kerschenbach. The four most common names in this file are Bohnen, Mathes, Muller, and Spoden. There are 796 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schonfeld.

Schranzhof

Schranzhof is located in the western portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1819 to 1873 from Catholic Church records in the area. The closest towns to Schranznof is Carlshausen. The most common name in this file is Feinen. There are 13 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schranzhof.

Schuller

Schuller is located in the northern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1785 to 1862 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were used in developing this file: 0530532, 0556062, 0556876, and 1348502. The four closest towns around Schuller are Gonnersdorf, Jenkerath, Schonfeld, and Feursdorf. The two most common names in this file are Bauschen and Steffens. There are 500 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schuller.

Schutz

Schutz is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1798 to 1870 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Schutz are Deudesfeld, Bleckhausen, Udersdorf, and Weidenbach. The four most common names in this file are Krisor, Muller, Tombers, and Zirves. There are 276 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schutz.

Schwarzenbach

Schwarzenborn is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1800 to 1871 from Catholic Church records in the area. The closest towns to Schwarzenbach is xxxx. The three most common names in this file are Husch, Schull, and Thelen. There are 105 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schwarzenbach.

Schweich1

Schweich2

Schweich is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1670 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Schweich are Longuisch, Kenn, Becond, and Ensch. Because of the size of the database, the data was divided into 3 smaller files: Schweich1 contains names from A to H, Schweich2 contains names from I to R, and Schweich3 contains names for S to Z . There are 9960 names in these three files. If you want to look at the complete files, click on the Schweich file based on the name you are searching for.

Schweiler

Schweiler is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1738 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Schweiler are Mutzenich, Bleialf, Winterscheid, and Urb. The two most common names in this file are Feilen and Steffes. There are 200 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schweiler.

Schweisthal

Schweisthal is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1788 to 1857 from Catholic Church records in the area. The closest towns to Schweisthal is Reuland. The two most common names in this file are Anthoni and Schaal. There are 46 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schweisthal.

Schwickerath

Schwickerath is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1722 to 1874 from Catholic Church records in the area. The closest towns to Schwickerath is Seinsfeld. The two most common names in this file are Blum and Leist. There are 43 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schwickerath.

Schwerzheim

Schwirzheim is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1689 to 1802 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Schwirzheim are Fleringen, Budesheim, Oos, and Gondelsheim. The four most common names in this file are Feinen, Lennartz, Sohns, and Welters. There are 573 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Schwirzheim.

Seffern

Seffern is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1665 to 1867 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were used in developing this file: 1336869, 0530524, and 0591043. The four closest towns around Seffern are Sefferweich, Schleid, Malbergweich, and Malberg. The nine most common names in this file are Adams, Ewen, Friederichs, Girten, Lambrichs, Schirmers, Schomers, Thelen, and Weber. There are 1710 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Seffern.

Sefferweich

Sefferweich is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1666 to 1867 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Sefferweich are Seffern, Schleid, Malberg, and Malbergweich. The four most common names in this file are Gillgierter, Goebel, Trauden, and Weiler. There are 899 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Sefferweich.

Sehlem (A-O)

Sehlem (P-Z)

Sehlem is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1581 to 1876 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Sehlem are Esch, Heckenmunster, Crames, and Pohlbach. The 13 most common names in this file are Alges, Bartz, Bintz, Hansen, Hauprich, Hoff, Hower, Junk, Krier, Meyer, Neuman, Schmitz, and Schneider. There are 3463 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Sehleman or Sehlempz.

Seinsfeld

Seinsfeld is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1722 to 1884 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were used in developing this file: 0556070 and 0530525. The four closest towns around Seinsfeld are Steinborn, Kyllburg, Malbergweich, and Zendsheid. The five most common names in this file are Hoffman, Jacobs, Schon, and Weber. There are 640 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Seinsfeld.

Sellerich

Sellerich is located in the portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of xxxx to xxxx from Catholic Church records in the area. The three closest towns around Sellerich are Brandscheid, Hersheid, and Hontheim. The three most common names in this file are Caspers, Lamberti, and Schroeder . There are xxxx names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Sellerich.

Senscheid

Senscheid is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1665 to 1904 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Senscheid are Dankerath, Nohn, Bodenbach, and Wiesemsheid. The four most common names in this file are Backes, Muller, Reuter, and Schmitz. There are 513 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Senscheid.

Sevenig

Sevenig is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1724 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Sevenig are Harspelt, Roscheid, Sengerich, and Herzfeld. The four most common names in this file are Frieres, Juchemes, Machtemes, and Winckelman. There are 431 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Sevenig.

Seimerich

Seimerich is located in the southwestern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1773 to 1876 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Seimerich are Koerperich, Ammeldingen, Hommerding, and Gentingen. The two most common names in this file are Lanser and Neuerburg. There are 97 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Seimerich.

Seyverath

Seiwerath 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 Seiwerath are Schoenecken, Heisdorf, Wetteldorf, and Neustrasburg. The four most common names in this file are Backes, Haas, Lamberti, and Sasges. There are 432 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Seiwerath.

Silberburg

Silberburg is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1828 to 1845 from Catholic Church records in the area. The closest town to Silberburg is Nusbaum. The two most common names in this file are Hommerdingen and Wagener. There are 21 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Silberburg.

Sinspelt

Sinspelt is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1681 to 1876 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Sinspelt are Niederaden, Brimingen, Mettendorf, and Obergeckler. The four most common names in this file are Heyer, Koos, irckes, and Theis. There are 615 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Sinspelt.

Sirzenich

Sirzenich is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1640 to 1851 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Sirzenich are Pallien, Trierweiler, Udelfangen, and Herresthal. The eight most common names in this file are Franzen, Hansen, Horth, Kersch, Michels, Schneider, Trierweiler, and Wintersdorf. There are 904 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Sirzenich.

Spangdahlem

Spangdahelm is located in the southeastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1705 to 1877 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tape was used in developing this file: 0556077. The four closest towns around Spangdahlem are Landscheid, Binsfeld, Mulbach, and Dudeldorf. The four most common names in this file are Cremer, Geimer, Gieren, Keil, Liewer, Lock, Metzen, xxxx. There are 3229 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Spangdahlem.

Speicher

Speicher is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1816 to 1870 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were used in developing this file: 0530530, 0530531, 0556077, and 0556078. The four closest towns around Speicher are Herforst, Niersbach, Beilingen, and Phillipsheim. The eight most common names in this file are Antoni, Becker, Conrad, Flesch, Muller, Pauli, Schwin, and Thiel. There are 4299 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Speicher.

Stadtfeld

Stadtfeld is located in the northeastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1741 to 1798 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Stadtfell are Neroth, Michelbach, Putzborn, and Gemunden. The three most common names in this file are Baur, Heep, and Meerfeld. There are 568 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Stadtfeld.

Stadtkyll

Stadtkyll is located in the northwestern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1790 to 1873 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tape was used in developing this file: 0556083. The four closest towns around Stadtkyll are Junkerath, Glaadt, Kerchenbach, and Schuller. The nine most common names in this file are Cremer, Dick, Hoffman, Kettel, Klein, Leinen, Meyer, Muller, and Peters . There are 1645 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Stadtkyll.

Stahl

Stahl is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1662 to 1807 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Stahl are Bitburg, Brecht, Birtlingen, and Rittersdorf The four most common names in this file are Kahren, Mergen, Muller, and Wolfers. There are 393 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Stahl.

Stalbach

Stalbach is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1819 to 1874 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Stalbach are Kinzenburg, Lichtenborn, Halenbach, and Mertescheid. The two most common names in this file are Schreiber and Schutz. There are 49 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Stalbach.

Staudenhof

Staudenhof is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1740 to 1880 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Staudenhof are Mauel, Plutscheid, Oberweiler, and Heilenbach. The three most common names in this file are Hontheim, Kapell, and Neuman. There are 339 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Staudenhof.

Steffeln

Steffeln is located in the northern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1679 to 1797 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were used in developing this file: 0530532, 0556062, 0556876, and 1348502. The four closest towns around Steffeln are Auel, Neuendorf, Reuth, and Lehnerath. The four most common names in this file are Gilles, Nullen, Plonigen, and Thelen. There are 1031 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Steffeln.

Steinborn

Steinborn near Seinsfeld is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1720 to 1884 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Steinborn are Sankt Thomas, Seinsfeld, Zendscheid, and Kyllburg. The five most common names in this file are Carpentier, Heinz, Lenz, Schwickerath, and Thome. There are 566 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Steinborn.

Steinborn near Neunkirchen

Steinborn near 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 Steinborn are Neunkirchen, Kirschweiler, Daun, and Walkonigen. The five most common names in this file are Ernst, Haas, Hummelsen. Muller, and Neifs. There are 948 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Steinborn near neunkirchen.

Steineberg

Steineberg is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1759 to 1865 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Steineberg are Steiningen, Immerath, Mehren, and Ellscheid. The three most common names in this file are Freisinger, Marx, and Schenck. There are 472 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Steineberg.

Steinhausen

Steinhausen is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1845 to 1870 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Steinhausen are Olmscheid, xxxxxx. The two most common names in this file are Heinen and Weiland. There are 45 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Steinhausen.

Steiningen

Steiningen is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1729 to 1861 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Steiningen are Steineberg, Immerath, Auderath, and Mehren. The three most common names in this file are Jungen, Michels, and Roden. There are 335 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Steiningen.

Steinmehlen

Steinmehlen is located in the central 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 Steinmehlen are Weinsfeld, Watzerath, Habscheid, and Herscheid. The three most common names in this file are Gerards, Pullen, and Trost. There are 248 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Steinmehlen.

Saint Johan

Saint Johan is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1805 to 1880 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Saint Johan are xxx. The most common name in this file is Labbe. There are 32 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Sankt Johann.

Stockem

Stockem is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1800 to 1860 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Stockem are Bettingen, Wettlingen, Ernzen, and Nusbaum. The two most common names in this file are Gaspers and Thelen. There are 146 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Stockem.

Streitscheid

Streitscheid (Strickscheid ??) is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1700 to 1829 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Streitscheid are Masthorn, Euscheid, Niederuttfeld, and Oberuttfeld. The two most common names in this file are Heckemes and Schmitz . There are 126 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Streitscheid.

Stroheich

Stroheich is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1739 to 1797 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Stroheich are Loogh, Heyerath, Hillesheim, and Bongard. The two most common names in this file are Lentzen and Schmitz. There are 111 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Stroheich.

Strohn

Strohn is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1684 to 1846 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Strohn are StrotZbusch, Wallsheid, Gillenfeld, and Muckeln. The twelve most common names in this file are Hentges, Keller, Koenen, Laubach, Rodenkirch, Roemer, Sartoris, Schaefer, Schleidweiler, Steilen, Ternes, and Trautzburg. There are 1684 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Strohn.

Strotzbusch

Strotzbuschis located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1800 to 1860 from Catholic Church records in Strotzbusch. The four closest towns around Strotzbusch are Immerath, Strohn, Trautzberg, and Lutzerath. The five most common names in this file are Daniels, Grethen, Max, Probst, and Thullen. There are 602 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Strotzbusch.

Stubach

Stubach is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1812 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Stubach are xxxxxxx. The two most common names in this file are Freichel and Heinzkyll. There are 58 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Stubach.

Sulm

Sulm is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1732 to 1871 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Sulm are Dahlem, Idenheim, Speicher, and Scharfbillig. The four most common names in this file are Friederich, Klein, Lorenz, and Schneider. There are 1147 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Sulm.