Check out the historically based "DFA Newsletter" and
read "The DERR", a DFA newsletter about events in Germany
beforethe Dreisbachs immigrated to Pennsylvania in the mid-1700's.
Consider joining the Dreisbach/Dresbach Family Association.
Dreisbach-Dresbach genes are welcome but not necessary.
The DFA is for everybody with an interest in our heritage!
To join go to the Index in the blue strip on the left of your screen and
click on "Join the DFA" - and just follow the instructions.
DDFA Tombstones Project
The tombstones of Jacob Dreisbach (1750-1804)
and his wife Magdalena Dreisbach (1757-1836) badly need replacing.
There are major errors on Jacob's stone, Magdalena's is broken in half.
The DDFA is asking for your help to defray the cost.
Please make contribution checks payable to:
Dreisbach Familyand note it's for the Tombstone Project
Send to: Sharon Driscoll
45144 Musselwhite Road
Callahan, Florida 32011
Heinrich Imhof, a distant cousin of many American Dreisbachs, has produced a much-needed and well received book: Hoffnung auf ein besseres Leben. The full title in English is: "Hoping for a Better Life; Emigration from Wittgenstein to America in the 18th and 19th Centuries". Written and published by Heinrich Imhof, Bad Berleburg, 2018. To read more about this book - CLICK HERE!
Hoffnung auf ein besseres Leben
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