Sarah Catherina Dillenbach [wed George Martin Dillenbach] (born Wolleben)

Born:Apr 18 1691 In:  was christened 18 Apr 1691 at Bacharach, Rhineland-Pfalz, Germany;
Died:Circa 1712 (at age ‎~21‏)In:  West Camp, Ulster, New York, United States
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Walrath Wolleben/Wohleben
Her father
Anna Catharina Wolleben (born Baumann/Bowman)
Her mother
Hans ('John') Henrich (brother of Johan-Peter Wohleben) Wolleben/Wohleben/Woolever
Her brother
Anna Elisabetha Frolich (born Wolleben/Wohleben)
Her sister
Maria Catherina or Anna Maria Catherina Spohn (born Wolleben/Wohleben)
Her sister
Catherina Margareta Wolleben/Wohleben
Her sister
Maria Susanna van der Volgen 2 wives (born Wolleben twin)
Her sister
Sarah Catherina Wolleben/Wohleben twin
Her sister
Johann Nicholas (brother of Johan-Peter) Wolleben/Wohleben/Woolever [3 wives wed Margaret Lant wed Anna Catherine Feller wed Anna Maria Elizabetha Eschenreiter]
Her brother
Anna Margaretha Berg (born Wolleben)
Her sister
Johann Peter Wolleben/Wohleben/Woolever
Her brother
  

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Date: Apr 2 2011
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Sarah Catherine Wohleben
Gender: Female
Birth: Circa 1691 - was christened 18 Apr 1691 at Bacharach, Rhineland-Pfalz, Germany;
Marriage: Before 1712
Death: Circa 1712 - West Camp, Ulster, New York, United States
Father: Wallrath Wohleben (born Wohlleben)
Mother: Anna Catharina Baumann
Husband: George Martin Dillenbach
Child: Anna Margaretha Dillenbach
Siblings: Anna Elisabetha Frolich (born Wohlleben)Anna Maria Catherina Spohn (born Wohleben)Anna Margaretha Berg (born Wohleben)Johann Peter WohlebenJohann Nicholas WohlebenHans Heinrich Wohleben (born Wohlenben)Catharina Margaretha WohlebenAnna Margaretha WohlebenMaria Susanna Van Der Volgen (born Wohleben)

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