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Seigal Family


Seigal Family - Coat of Arms


Coat of Arms

A red and blue shield displaying a small grey shield

and crossed swords



Seigal Family Origins

Origin ~German

Spelling variations include: Siegel, Sigel, Sigl, Siegl, Siegler, Sigler, Siglin, Sieglin, Siegelin, Sigelin, Siglen, Sieglen, Siegele and many more.

First found in Bavaria, where the family gained a significant reputation for its contributions to the emerging mediaeval society.

Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: Jacob Siegel, who came to Pennsylvania in 1727. Johannes Siglin settled in Pennsylvania in 1753 with his wife and five children, as did John Siegel in 1765.



As a German surname it can be traced to 12th century Bavaria and was used by people who made wax seals for or sealed official documents (a siegelbeamter).

Alternate Spellings include Sigel, Sigl, Siegl.





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