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The Adam Spach rock house, located near Friedburg Moravian Church.

The Adam Spach rock house, located near Friedburg Moravian Church.

The Adam Spach rock house, located near Friedburg Moravian Church. The house was built in the 1750-60s.

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  1. My husband is a descendant of Adam Spach. What a great gift this would make! Thanks. Donna Myers

  2. I am a 9th generation direct descendant of Adam Spach on my mother’s side. We have the book from 1919 identifying the succession of generations all the way to my mother.

  3. I’m a 8th generation decendant of Adam Spach on my mother’s side. Mother, Kathy Barbee Motsinger. Grandmother, Ruth Boyer Barbee. Great Grandmother, Rosa Rominger Boyer. Great Great Grandmother, Harriet Burke Rominger. IIIGrandmother, elizabeth spach burke, who was the grand-daugther of adam spach. :-) I know, long list, but I find it rather fascinating!

  4. I am a direct descendant of Adam Spach. I was born in Winston Salem NC and now live in Las Vegas NV. We just named our grandson Adam!

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