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Michael HOYLE
Margaret __?__
Husband:  Michael HOYLE
Birth:  12 Jan 1731/2 or 1738, Nassau
Death:  12 Mar 1793, Lincoln [now Gaston] Co., NC
Father:  Johann Pieter HEYL / Peter HOYLE
Mother:  Catharine DALES
Marriage:
Wife:  Margaret __?__ not DELLINGER
Birth:  27 Feb 1745
Death:  25 May 1827, Lincoln [now Gaston] Co., NC
Children born in Lincoln [now Gaston] Co., NC:
  1.  Peter HOYLE, b. ca. 1762
  2.  Hannah HOYLE, b. 2 Aug 1763
  3.  Barbara HOYLE, b. 20 Jan 1766
  4.  Mary HOYLE, b. ca. 1769
  5.  Susannah HOYLE, b. 17 Jun 1769
  6.  Katherine HOYLE, b. ca. 1773
  7.  John HOYLE, b. ca. 1775
  8.  Elizabeth "Betsy" HOYLE, b. ca. 1778
  9.  Margaret HOYLE, b. 23 Jul 1779
10.  Anne HOYLE, b 12 Aug 1785
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; FRG, DEU, DE, Deutschland; USA, US, United States, North Carolina

Source (n.b., Gaston Co. was formed in 1846 from Lincoln Co.):

1.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).  See there especially Post-em's by Roger Dellinger:
Many people, including myself, have incorrectly identifed Margaret, wife of Michael Hoyle, as being the daughter of Johann Philipp Dellinger and Anna Maria Brandstätter. It appears that the root of this connection first started in L.M. Hoffman's genealogical work that he published as "Our Kin" in 1915. 

However in the Oberacker book by Herzog and Meyer, there is no mention of this daughter. There is mention of a daughter Margaretha who was born on 6 January 1750. However this Margaretha cannot be the same person as the wife of Michael Hoyle because Michael Hoyle and his wife Margaret had several children by the early 1760s. Ten to 13 year old girls, even in the Carolina back country in 1760 are not typically having children. Another daughter of Johann Philipp Dellinger and his wife Anna Maria Brandstatter who possibly could be confused for the wife of Michael Hoyle is Catherina Margaretha Dellinger who was born 20 Aug. 1733, however she died the following year on 5 Jan. 1734. 

With the exception of Hoffmans' book, there doesn't seem to be any evidence that supports that the Margaret who married Michael Hoyle was a Dellinger. 

The information I have shows that Margaret, wife of Michael Hoyle, was born 27 Feb. 1745.

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