The earliest Dellinger in the records of this family lineage. Information on his descendants in Ortssippenbuch, Oberacker, Landkreis Bruchsal in Baden, published 1970, Lahr, Baden. This is a Village Family Compilation by Rudolf and Margarete Herzer of Freiburg and Gustav Mayer of Oberacker. A copy is the Church of Latter Day Saints Library, Salt Lake City (LDS microfilm # 1440784). This reference also lists a Niclaus Dellinger, d. 29 Oct 1623 in Oberacker, so the Dellinger presence there goes back at least to 1623 and possibly much earlier.
The Duchy of Bavaria and the city of Munich appear on maps as early as 1190. "Great Events from History," by Magill, Vol III, 951-1500, Salem Press, 1972 states that the Duchy of Austria originiated as the Bavarian East Mark (where Mark means a border territory) and that the territory was involved in a dispute between the German families of Welfs and the Hofenstaufens. In 1560 Bavaria was part of the Austrian Hapsburg Monarchy. The Hapsburgs had ruled the archduchy of Austria since 1276.
In 1648, after the Peace of Westphilia, which ended the Thirty Years War (1618-1648), the Duke of Bavaria was given the right to elect the Holy Roman Emperor. France began surpass the Hapsburg empire. Franche Comt, and large parts of Alsace were annexed in the Reign of Louis XIV from the Hapsburgs.
At the Peace of Augsburg in 1655, Charles V was obliged to let each member state of the Holy Roman Empire be either Catholic or Lutheran as it locally chose.
In 1721, after the Treaty of Otrecht, which terminated the War of Spanish Sucession, Bavaria remained part of the Holy Roman Empire. Although Roman Catholism was the established church, Calvinists were a religious minority in Bavaria. Hans
was born at Dillingen, Bayern, Germany
. He married an unknown person . Hans died before 1658.