Derivatives of the SIDERS surname may include:
CEDER, CEIDER, CIDER, CIDERS, CYDER, CYDERS, CYDRUS, SADER,
SEADER, SEDER, SEIDER, SEIDER, SEIDERS, SEIDERS, SEITER, SEITERS,
SIDDERS, SIDDERS, SIDER, SIDUS, SITER, SITERS, SITTERS, SYDAR, SYDARS,
SYDER, SYDERS, ZEIDER, ZEIDERS, ZEITER, ZEITTER, ZEITTERS, etc..
Discussion of SIDERS in all locations is certainly welcomed and encouraged, especially any that would allow extending the ancestry further in Germany, supposed nation of ancestry.
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|Books of Interest||Books of Interest in SIDERS Research|
|Family Web Pages||Family Web Pages including the SIDERS Surname|
|Genealogy Web Sites||Genealogy Sites for SIDERS Research|
|Maps||Collection of maps in relation to the Surname|
|Place Names||Place Names|
|Photo Mysteries||Family Photos with unidentifiable persons.|
Miscellaneous SIDERS Genealogy Related Material
|Reunion Announcements||Listings of Different Siders Family Reunions|
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This link will take you to the SIDERS-L Mailing List archive advanced search page: http://archiver.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/search?path=SIDERS
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