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New York Dietrichs

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In 1710 there was a major effort by the British government to settle Palatine German emigrants in the Hudson valley to produce pine tar for the British navy (Knittle 1937). There were originally five Dietrich families involved in this project (Knittle pp 284, 294; MacWethy 1933):

Johann Dieterich w. Maria Catharine & 1 ch. (settled Schoharie Valley)
Christian Dietrich w. Anna Maria & 1 ch. (Haysbury, East Camp)
Anna Elizabeth Dietrichin wid{?} Jacob Dietrich & 4 ch. (Queensbury, East Camp)
Johann Wilhelm Dietrich w. Anna Margaretha & 3 ch. (West Camp)
Johann Jacob Dietrich w. Maria Catharina, 5 ch. (1710), 4 ch. (1711) (New York city)

Most of the Dietrichs in colonial New York apparently descended from the families of Christian and Wilhelm (brothers per Family Search), but the other three families disappeared from the records shortly after arrival in America.

Johann Jacob Dietrich (abt 1666-aft 1710) arr 1710 New York
m Maria Catharina Molsbender 3 sons 4 dau
Christian Diederich (abt 1660-?) arr abt 1710 New York
m(2) Anna Maria Becker 3 children
Johann Wilhelm Dietrich (abt 1660-1716) arr 1710 New York
m(2) 1700 Anna Margaretha Neff 3 sons

An unrelated George Dieterich (b Germany) appears in New York city records starting in 1786.

George Dieterich (abt 1746-1831) b. Germany m bef 1785 Justina NN 2 sons 3 dau

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Virginia

No known Dietrichs in colonial Virginia, but two Dieters with the same name (Hans Jerg) both from the same town Schwaigern, W├╝rttemberg.

Hans Jerg Dieter (1699-1743) arr 1727 Philadelphia with wife
m 1720 Maria Margaretha Luttmann 8? children 4 m Henkle sibs, many descendants
Hans Jorg Dieter (1703-abt 1750) arr 1729 Philadelphia
m abt 1732 NN 3 children; probably cousin of preceding, no known descendants

The older Hans Jerg has many descentants mainly named "Teter" in Virginia and elsewhere, but the younger has no known descendants.

South Carolina

Hans (John) Dietrick (1683-1759) arr 1735 South Carolina
m Anna NN in Switzerland 3 children; no known male line descendants




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