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Summation of Names in towns starting with W

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 "W" . To see this table, click on the header above.

Wagenhausen

Wagenhausen is located in the western portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1689 to 1798 from Catholic Church records in Wollmerath. The four closest towns to Wagenhausen are Gillenbeuren, Immerath, Wollmerath, and Driesch. The four most common names in this file are Neuman, Schaefer. Steihers, and Weber. There are 253 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wagenhausen.

Waldburg

Waldburg is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1824 to 1873 from Catholic Church records in the area. The closest town to Waldburg is Outscheid. The most common names in this file is Kauth. There are 18 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Waldburg.

Waldhof

Waldhof is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1824 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The closest town to Waldhof are Rodershausen. The four most common names in this file are Leiber, Nol, Roeder, and Steffes. There are 104 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Waldhof.

Waldorf

Waldorf is located in the northern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1703 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were used in developing this file: 1336883, 0530205, and 0569335. The four closest towns around Waldorf are Alendorf, Esch, Dahlem, and Nonnenbach. The four most common names in this file are Kutsch, Linden, Pauly, and Vogelsberg. There are 522 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Waldorf.

Waldkonigen

Waldkonigen 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 Waldkonigen are Kirschweiler, Hinterweiler, Steinborn, and Daun. The five most common names in this file are Blankenheim, Schaefer, Schlofser, Schmitz, and Schuller. There are 1063 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Waldkonigen.

Wallenborn.

Wallenborn is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1724 to 1798 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tape was used in developing this file:0530205. The four closest towns around Wallenborn are Salm, Niederstadtfeld, Birresborn, and Weidenbach. The five most common names in this file are Eul, Mertes, Scholzen, Theis, and Tillman. There are 411 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wallenborn.

Wallendorf

Wallendorf is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1744 to 1870 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Wallendorf are Biesdorf, Riesdorf, Ammeldingen, and Cruchten. The six most common names in this file are Adams, Hoffman, Jacobi, Michels, Muller, and Schmitt. There are 1782 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wallendorf.

Wallersheim

Wallersheim is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1688 to 1885 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were used in developing this file: 0585839, 0532140, 1336883, and 0559036. The four closest towns around Wallersheim are Budesheim, Fleringen, Hersdorf, and Rommersheim. The nine most common names in this file are Berg, Goergen, Hengen, Kidels, Lentzen, Margens, Schmitz, Spoo, and Weinand. There are 2299 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wallersheim.

Wallmerath

Wallmerath is located in the western portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1723 to 1829 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Wallmerath are Elcherath, Winterspelt, Bracht, and Ihren. The two most common names in this file are Ebges and Funck. There are 74 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wallmerath.

Wallscheid

Wallscheid is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1705 to 1866 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Wallscheid are Pantenburg, Dierfeld, Eckfeld, and Muckeln. The five most common names in this file are Hammes, Letsch, Otten, Schmitz, and Thelen . There are 458 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wallscheid.

Walsdorf

Walsdorf is located in the northeastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1738 to 1870 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were used in developing this file: 0530207, and 0559037. The four closest towns around Walsdorf are Hillesheim, Zilsdorf, Lommersdorf, and Oberbettingen. The eight most common names in this file are Becker, Cremer, Etten, Hentges, Keul, Keyser, Schmitz, and Strunck. There are 1961 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Walsdorf.

Wascheid

Wascheid is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1736 to 1882 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Wascheid are Gondenbrett, Willwerath, Olzheim, and Hermespand. The three most common names in this file are Ennen, Gilles, and Zierden. There are 553 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wascheid.

Watzerath

Watzerath is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1700 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Watzerath are Weinsfeld, Pittenbach, Steunmehlen, and Habscheid. The four most common names in this file are Endres, Johans, Kockelman, and Schroeder. There are 552 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Watzerath.

Wawern

Wawern is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1667 to 1874 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Wawern are Nimsreuland, Neustrasburg, Lasel, and Feuerscheid. The four most common names in this file are Clafsen, Hans, Meyer, and Schutz. There are 689 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wawern.

Waxborn

Waxborn is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1824 to 1850 from Catholic Church records in the area. The closest town to Waxborn is Neidenbach. The most common name in this file is Lichter. There are 18 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Waxborn.

Waxweiler

Waxweiler 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 Waxweiler are Mandersheid, Lauperath, Arzfeld, and Kopscheid. The nine most common names in this file are Bruck, Faber, Heinen, Hinterscheid, Laub, Roden, Spoo, Stein, and Valerius. There are 1694 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Waxweiler.

Wehrhausen

Wehrhausen is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1781 to 1859 from Catholic Church records in the area. The town closest to Wrhrhausen is Emmelbaum. The two most common names in this file are Elsen and Schmitz. There are 26 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wehrhausen.

Weidenbach

Weidenbach is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1800 to 1880 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Weidenbach are Meisburg, Deudesfeld, Salm, and Wallenborn. The six most common names in this file are Godefroid, Hoeber, Hoffman, Meerfeld, Rodenmirch, and Stolz. There are 1141 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Weidenbach.

Weidendell

Weidendell is located in the southwestern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1827 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The closest town is Carlshausen. The most common name in this file is Kreutz. There are 23 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Weidendell.

Weidingen

Weidingen is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1720 to 1874 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Weidingen are Hamm, Altscheid, Hutterscheim, and Echterhausen. The two most common names in this file are Bertel, and Ludwig. There are 705 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Weidingen.

Weiler(Hof)

Weiler(Hof) is located in the south-central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1704 to 1870 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Weiler are Daufenbach, Welschbillig, Ittel, and Idesheim. The five most common names in this file are Clemens, Endres, Kappes, Marxen, and Thelen. There are 388 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Weiler(hof).

Weiler near Cochem

Weiler near Cochem is located in the southwestern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1695 to 1798 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Weiler are Cochem, Gevenich, Faid, and Dohr. The five most common names in this file are Dusendanck, Kefseler, Lentzen, Schmitz, and Schneider. There are 432 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Weiler near Cochem.

Weilkyll

Weilkyll is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1700 to 1798 from Catholic Church records in the area. The closest town to Weilkyll is Preist. The two most common names in this file are Endres and Loos. There are 77 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Weilkyll.

Weinsfeld

Weinsfeld 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 Weinsfeld are Watzerth, Steinmehlen, Hascheid, and Pittenbach. The five most common names in this file are Conen, Feldges, Haasen, Weyrich, and Wukffers. There are 648 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Weinsfeld.

Weinscheim

Weinsheim is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1691 to 1882 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following tapes were used in compiling this file: 0530212,0558660, and 1336895. The four closest towns around Weinsheim are Gondelsheim, Dausfeld, Fleringen, and Schwirzheim. The seven most common names in this file are Bohnen, Conertz, Kill, Linden, Meyer, Schneider, and Schroeder. There are 1141 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Weinsheim.

Welschbillig

Welschbillig is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1710 to 1860 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Welschbillig are Kordel, Idesheim, Daufenbach, and Mohn. The 10 most common names in this file are Baring, Brosius, Dahm, Grevenich, Holzemer, Limburg, Olck, Roth, Schmitt, and Wagner. There are 3369 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Welschbillig.

Welschenhausen

Welschenhausen is located in the western portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1809 to 1872 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Welschenhausen are Lutzkampen, Harspelt, Oberhausen, and Sevenig. The five most common names in this file are Becker, Loewen, Scholtes, Theissen, and Wanger. There are 567 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Welschenhausen.

Wengerohr

Wengerohr 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 Wengerohr are Buscheid, Belingen, Bombogen, and Wahlholz. The five most common names in this file are Lehnen, Montzell, Neuman, Schoeman, and Simon. There are 456 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wengerohr.

Wetteldorf

Wetteldorf 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 following tapes were used in compiling this file: 0530214, 0558667, and 0558668. The four closest towns around Wetteldorf are Schonecken, Seiwerath, Dingdorf, and Heisdorf. The eight most common names in this file are Caspers, Ewen, Henckes, Lennertz, Peters, Reicherts, Thiel, and Zirbes. There are 1871 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wetteldorf.

Wettlingen

Wettlingen is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1713 to 1860 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Wettlingen are Stockem, Bettingen, Dockendorf, and Ernzer. The three most common names in this file are Bartz, Neisen, and Zeien. There are 272 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wettlingen.

Weyersbach

Weyersbach is located in the northeastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1741 to 1798, and 1814-1865 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Weyersbach are Gemunden, Mehren, Dahn, and Udersdorf. The two most common names in this file are Neiss and Schreiner. There are 265 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Weyersbach.

Wiersdorf

Wiersdorf is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1726 to 1880 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Wiersdorf are Biersdorf, Wissmannsdorf, Ritter, and Hamm. The four most common names in this file are Grady, Heintzen, Leisen, and Wirtz. There are 524 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wiersdorf.

Wiesbaum

Wiesbaum is located in the northern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1754 to 1910 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were used in compiling this file: 0558671 and 0560475. The four closest towns around Wiesbaum are Flesten, Mirbach, Feusdorf, and Birgel. The 10 most common names in this file are Caspers, Cremer, Eich, Friederich, Hoffman, Junckman, Mastiaux, Meyer, Muller, and Schmitz. There are 1788 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wiesbaum.

Wiesemsheid

Wiesemsheid is located in the northern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1705 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Wiesemsheid are Bauler, Sensheid, Kottenborn, and Mullerbach. The five most common names in this file are Metzen, Muller, Otto, Peffer, and Schmitz. There are 713 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wiesemsheid.

Wilwerath

Willwerath is located in the central 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 Willwerath are Hermespand, Wascheid, Gondenbretten and Gondelsheim. The three most common names in this file are Begon, Marxen, and Muller. There are 419 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Willwerath.

Wilsecker

Wilsecker is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1744 to 1881 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Wilsecker are Fliessem, Orsfeld, Kyllburg, and Gindorf. The five most common names in this file are Bohr, Borresch, Hau, Schmitz, and Schwinnen. There are 862 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wilsecker.

Windhausen

Windhausen is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1822 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Windhausen are Holchen, Ktautscheid, Neurath, and Heilbach. The most common name in this file is Roppes. There are 21 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Windhausen.

Winkel

Winkel is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1652 to 1798 from Catholic Church records in Wollmerath. The four closest towns around Winkel are Wollmerath, Ellscheid, Immerath, and Steineberg. The four most common names in this file is Hieronimus, Lenerts, Mais, and Schneider. There are 192 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Winkel.

Winringen

Winringen is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1763 to 1888 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Winringen are Dingdorf, Schonecken, Orlenbach, and Oberlauch. The two most common names in this file are Backes and Kartz. There are 313 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Winringen.

Wintersdorf

Wintersdorf is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1794 to 1867 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Wintersdorf are Kersch, Ralingen, Girst, and Udelfangen. The four most common names in this file are Bredimus, Furst, Schmitt, and Schneider. There are 585 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wintersdorf.

Winterscheid

Winterscheid is located in the western portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1740 to 1875 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Winterschied are Bleialf, Groslangenfeld, Mutzenich, and Brandscheid. The five most common names in this file are Clasen, Grethen, Hockelman, Peters, and Schroeder. There are 555 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Winterscheid.

Winterspelt

Winterspelt is located in the western portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1722 to 1830 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Winterspelt are Walmerath, Brecht, Eigelscheid, Groblangenfeld. The five most common names in this file are Backes, Cremer, Heinen, Rincken, and Scheuler. There are 1013 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Winterspelt.

Wintrich

Wintrich is located in the southeasten portion of the study area on the Moselle River. Data in this file covers the period of 1720 to 1852 from Catholic Church records in the area. A lot more data is available fot this site if you have better eyesight than me. The record goes back to 1605. The four closest towns around Wintrich are Kesten, Piesport, Brauneberg, and Minheim. The 10 most common names in this file are Gefsen, Haag, Koenen, Lenerts, Licht, Marx, Quint, Reichert, Schmitt, and Urtz(Erz) . There are 2693 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wintrich.

Wischeid

Wischeid is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1721 to 1798 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Wischeid are Verschneid, Andler, Laudesfeld, and Auw. The two most common names in this file are Diederich and Spoden. There are 93 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wischeid.

Wispelt

Wispelt is located in the southeastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1798 to 1848 from Catholic Church records in Hontheim. The four closest towns around Wispelt are Hontheim, Kringhof,Olkenbach. and Niederscleidweiler. The three most common names in this file are Ehlen, Schommers, and Theissen. There are 147 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wispelt.

Wissmannsdorf

Wissmanndorf is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1779 to 1866 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were used to compile this file: 0530218, 0560479, and 0561952. The four closest towns around Wissmanndorf are Wiersdorf, Brecht, Rittersdorf, and Baustert. The five most common names in this file are Berg, Karp, Meyer, Schaefer, and Winter. There are 666 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wissmanndorf.

Wittlich

Wittlich is located in the eastern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1580 to 1821 from Catholic Church records in the area. The four closest towns around Wittlich are Hupperath, Bergweiler, Altrich, and Buscheich. The xxx most common names in this file are xxxxxxx. There are 6962 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wittlich.

Wollmerath

Wollmerath is located in the central 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 Wollmerath are Winkel, Gillenbeuren, Wagenhausen, and Demerath. The four most common name in this file is Hieronimus, Hoffman, Schmitz, and Thome. There are 363 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wollmerath.

Wolpert

Wolpert is located in the western portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1827 to 1868 from Catholic Church records in the area. The town closest to Wolpert is Carlshausen. The most common name in this file is Peiffer. There are 54 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wolpert.

Wolsdorf

Wolsdorf is located in the central portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1705 to 1874 from Catholic Church records in the area. The town of Wolsdorf is located near Dockendorf. The two most common names in this file are Hansen and Muller. There are 134 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wolsdorf.

Wolsfeld

Wolsfeld is located in the southern portion of the study area. Data in this file covers the period of 1797 to 1868 from Catholic Church records in the area. The following LDS tapes were used to compile this file: 0561945 and 0560482. The four closest towns around Wolsfeld are Eslingen, Dockendorf, Alsdorf, and Meckel. The three most common names in this file are Dimmer, Elens, and Stockemer. There are 567 names in this file. If you want to look at the complete file, click on Wolsfeld.