Steiss (stice) Family

by KAREN MORRISSEY
(MICHIGAN)

CHARLES CARL STEISS MARRIED KATRON (CATY) COLLINS ABOUT 1765. BOTH WAS BORN ABOUT 1745 ALSACE-LORRAINE ,GERMANY. ANY INFORMATION ON KATRON SIDE OF FAMILY - TRYING TO RESEARCH THE MATRIACHE SIDE AS FAR AS I CAN.
THEY TRAVELED FROM GERMANY TO PA.,NC.,MO.,KY (1745-1900)

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by: Suzele

Hi Karen,

Without any other info, it's pretty hard to know where in Alsace or Lorraine your family might have lived. Those are two different regions with quite a lot of villages and towns.

All records are based on the village or town, so it's very important to find what you're looking for.

Otherwise, you will have to look through all the towns and villages in both departments until you find something.

Hope it helps,
Suzele

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by: Terie

The ships log said they were from Lorraine, that narrows it, but only slightly. My great grandmother, Rose Stice had been told he came from an area close to Switzerland. Other things she had said I have been able to document, so this may be true also. Lots of research work to do.

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by: Bb

Hey! I am also researching both Katron and Charles as they are my distant grandparents! Will post if I find anything! Happy hunting!

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Extensive family tree for Charles Carl Steiss
by: Lisa Sears

Easter Stice is my ggggg grandmother. Easter was Charles and Katys daughter. There is a very extensive family tree on ancestry, wiki, heritage, etc. The spelling is Steiss to Stice. The ship docs when Charles Carl arrived in the U.S.spelled it Stys. All Stice dependents in the U.S. are from Charles and Katys.

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Charles Carl Steiss - arrival to America
by: Helene

I've read that Charles Carl Steiss arrived from Europe to Philadelphia in 1754 at the age of 16 years old. Somehow, the math doesn't add up.

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