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Maria Dorothea Spiess

Birth3 Feb 1709 - Schwarzwald, Gotha, Thueringen, Germany
DeathUnavailable - Lancaster Co, Pennsylvania, USA
MotherJuliana Baisch Troester
FatherJohann Ludwig Troster

Born in Schwarzwald, Gotha, Thueringen, Germany on 3 Feb 1709 to Johann Ludwig Troster and Juliana Baisch Troester. Maria Dorothea Spiess married Ulrich Spiess and had 6 children. She passed away in Lancaster Co, Pennsylvania, USA.

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Parents
Johann Ludwig Troster
1676 - 1730
Juliana Baisch Troester
1674 - Unknown
Spouse(s)
Ulrich Spiess
1710 - 1780
Johan Leonhard Troster
1696 - 1726
Children Show all
Anna Maria Barbara Spiess (5Th Gg)
1729 - 1789
Johan Jacob Spiess
1731 - 1800
Ulrich Spiess
1734 - 1761

Maria Elisabetha Tröster
1725 - 1726
Anna Elisabetha Spiess Spiese
1733 - 1780
Hans Jacob Spiess
1763 - 1817

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