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Re: Sebille Seibel Baumann Tschachtly
Posted by: Aubrey Smith (ID *****3692) Date: August 11, 2003 at 13:33:15
In Reply to: Re: Sebille Seibel Baumann Tschachtly by Mary Perkins of 970


I think that I remember seeing a lone Seibel or Sybel on an URL, < " Immigrantion into Pennsylvania" >...Might be one of yours...Generally ppl from the area you mentioned were vintners and had a hard time in the frontier...They knew little of general farming...The English who shipped the early immigrants tried to use them for producing pine tar as a naval store and neither the English nor the Palatinate and/or Switzers knew how...An interesting part of history...later.



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