This location appears is often cited as the origin of the Ish/Isch family, but what is refers to is not clear. Neither Pfaltzweyer nor Litzelsteiner appear on a GOV id (Genealogical Gazetteer) search. “Herrschafft” is not a location, but a feudal term that just means a “territory” or “lordship.” “Pfaltzweyer” might be in the “Rheinland-Pfalz,” the Rhineland territory (“Pfalz” means “palatinate”). It would seem to be a seventeenth- or eighteenth-century placename that no longer exists, but it’s odd that it cannot be found today.
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|Last Name, Given Name(s)||Birth||Person ID|
|1||Isch, Peter||15 May 1725||Pfaltzweyer, Litzelsteiner, Herrschafft, Germany||I9374|
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