Dethier in Waloon? 1704.

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in Genealogy Help by Mary Ann Mericle G2G Rookie (160 points)
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My Dethier line went to Köln Germany.  Leonard Blasius Bethier was born abt 1704.  He married Anna Marie Von Drees in Köln on 23 Feb 1726 and they had 10 children.  It has been said they came from Waloon Belgium.   He was also called Detier, Titiar de Tier Von Berg and Leonhard de Thier.

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1. One of a people of Celtic ancestry inhabiting southern andsoutheast Belgium and adjacent regions of France.

2. The Romance language traditionally spoken by theWalloons, descended from the Langue d'oïl and closelyrelated to French. The use of Walloon has declined inmodern times, and many Walloons now speak French indaily life.

by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (2.3m points)

Francis Cooke married in a Walloon Church, then came over on the Mayflower, but 1704 is close to 100 years later. 

Francis Cooke - Wikipedia


Francis Cooke was a Leiden Separatist who came to America in 1620 on the Pilgrim ship ... Cooke was betrothed to Hester Mahieu at the French Walloon Church (Vrouwekerk) in Leiden on June 30, 1603, with she joining the church one ...

Early life · ‎Life in Leiden · ‎In Plymouth Colony · ‎Children of Francis and ...

Do you have a first name to go with Deither, a birth year, marriage year and location?

My Dethier went to Koln Germany.  He married 1726 there.  He was born about 1704.

My husband's line goes back to Francis Cooke through Mitchel and Washburn lines.
Mine is through Experience Mitchell. The Washburn for my line is Zerviah, daughter of Jonathan Washburn born about 1733 Plymouth, MA.
My husband's line is through Elizabeth Mitchell, daughter of Experience. Who married John Washburn.  Their son Joseph Washburn takes the line forward through another Joseph to Abiel who married Jacob Wicker. I know the Wicker line forward and the Washburn//Washbourne back.
I have Elizabeth Mitchell too who married John Washburn III, but do not have Abiels or Wickers. I have the Washburn line back pretty far but am not sure of the accuracy.

The earliest Washbourne is Roger De Washbourne of Washbourne South Worchester, Engalnd, born about 1219, married Joan Temp about 1225. Their son Johb Ed Washbourne born 1248 who married Isabelle Cassey about 1272..
Your info is farther back than mine. My Washbourne goes back to Norman born abt 1419 with son John born abt 1450 in Stafford Eng.died 26 Apr 1517 Witchenford, England.  No wives until Martha Stevens to another John born 22 Jul 1566.

I did this research back in the 1980's.
My Norman and John are in a similar time range, but far from identical which is not validated.

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