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Friedberg Moravian Cemetery
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Note on location: Although Winston-Salem is the county seat of Forsyth County, Friedberg Moravian Church is just over the county line in Davidson County. County: This area was part of Rowan County from 1753 to 1822. Davidson County was formed in 1822. The adjacent area of Forsyth County was part of Rowan County from 1753 to 1771. It was in Surry County from 1771 to 1789, and in Stokes County from 1789 to 1849. Forsyth County was formed in 1849.

Selected tombstones from this cemetery were photographed 4 January 2004.


My 6th-great-grandfather,
Adam Spach
1720-1801
 

My 6th-great-grandmother,
Maria Elisabetha Hütter Spach
Wife of Adam Spach
1731-1799


My 6th-great-grandfather,
Johann Martin Ebert
1727-1792
 

My 6th-great-grandmother,
Eva Barbara Körber Ebert
Wife of Johann Martin Ebert
1729-1800


My 5th-great-grandfather,
Johann Georg Ebert
1753-1811
(His widow, Rosina Spach Ebert, was not buried at Friedberg.)


My 4th-great-grandfather,
Michael Rominger
1780-1824
 

My 4th-great-grandmother,
Christine (Christina) Ebert
Wife of Michael Rominger
1782-1844


My 5th-great-granduncle,
Johann Adam Spach
1753-1816
Son of Adam & Maria Elisabetha Spach


My 5th-great-granduncle,
Johann Joseph Spach
Son of Adam & Maria Elisabeth Spach
1771-1820

Anna Maria Fishel Rominger
1758-1848
Wife of my 5th-great-granduncle,
Michael Rominger


My 1st cousin 6 times removed,
Maria Spach Sides
1793-1868
 

Elizabeth Miller Spach
1800-1855
Wife of my 1st cousin 6 times removed,
Joseph Spach


My 5th-great-granduncle,
Jacob Spaugh, Sr.
1768-1856
Son of Adam and Maria Elisabetha Spach

Sarah Tesh Spach
Wife of Jacob Spaugh, Sr.
1772-1844