Scircle Family Genealogy Pages
The Zirkle, Circle, Scircle Research Site
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This GEDCOM of Linked Family Trees was created with Gene Stark's GED2HTML v.3.5, GEDCOM to HTML Translator. Please explore this GEDCOM. The GEDCOM was updated on 4 June 1999. Contact me if you find any corrections, additions, or questions.
Photo of Great Great Grandparents: George Adam Scircle and Malinda Ryan Scircle. Photo courtesy of Kim E. Boyd.
Churches founded by Peter Circle and Jacob Nicely in Virginia. Photos and descriptions. Photos provided by Lynda Bartsch.
The Death of John Circle. John Allen's and my great great great grandfather, from a History of Lewis, Clark, Knox, and Scotland Counties, Missouri, published in 1887.
My Indiana Pilgrimage: Scircleville and the Baker Cemetery Look for new pages of photos of my Indiana trip to be added soon.
William Marion Scircle Family Photo Album - 1890 to 1958. A new photo of the William Marion and Ruth Gregg Family in 1898 has been added.
The Zirkle Connection, by LTC Charles E. Roller. Please note that the information in this essay are the opinions of LTC Charles E. Roller and not necessarily the opinion of this site owner.
The Zirkle and Hartsell Families in Germany, a Photo Album. Photos of Ittlingen, Reihen, Kirchardt, Germany. The area that the Zirkle Family immigrated from in 1725. Photos provided by LTC Charles E. Roller.
Visit Peter"s Home in Kirchardt, Germany. Thanks to Peter for allowing another view of "older" homes in the area where the Zirkles and Hirtzels lived in Germany.
The Hartzell Chapter, by Paul R. Swan. A great Hirzel, Hirtzel, Hartzell History, with numerous sources.
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The music on these pages are various songs, both Union and Confederate, except the opening page song which is "Ode to Family", which I found to have a very interesting and haunting melody. The site is dedicated to those fathers, sons, brothers,and cousins loyal to either north or south. Some of the families you will find on this site fought on the side of the Union: Hoovers, Ryans, Circles, Orrs, and others. Some fought for the rights of southern states, as many of the Virginia Zirkles, Circles, and Nicelys did, but some Zirkles wore Union blue, those being from Ohio and points west. Who was right or wrong is not the issue. What is important is that the country grew stronger because of the sacrifices on both sides.
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