Diehl, E. H. The Diehl families of America : history, genealogy, reminiscences, etc. Ipava, Ill.: unknown, 1915, 456 pgs.
Title:The Diehl families of America : history, genealogy, reminiscences, etc.
Authors:Diehl, E. H.
City of Publication:Ipava, Ill.
Notes:Includes index. With: Addenda to Diehl genealogy of 1915 / by E.H. Diehl. Berlin, Pa. : Berlin Press, 1930. ports.
Reel/Fiche Number:Genealogy and local history ; G1196
Subject Headings:Diehl family.
Primary Family Name:Diehl family.
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HitsSection Title Non-Indexed Pages #1 Title page Front matter Samuel Diehl and descendants John Adam Diehl and issue Valentine Diehl and issue Johann Heinrich Diehl and descendants Jacob Diehl and descendants Sebastian Diehl andissue Abraham Diehl and issue John and Henry Diehl Philip Diehl and descendants David Diehl and issue Michael Diehl (a) and issue Michael Diehl (b) and issue Blonda Kastalhum Diehl and descendants Frederick Diehl and issue Captain Nicholas Diehl and descendants Unclassified families Subscription directory Illustrations 2 Index Addenda to Diehl genealogy of 1915 Directory Poems Index to addenda Illustrations Poems 2
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