. Literal translation of the name places it as a 'Combatant Ruler' or sometimes a 'Heathland Ruler'. In the old German the name was 'Hadu-ric'. The family held considerable estates in Germany.
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of this family name include: Hedrick, Hedrich, Heidenreich, Heydenreich, Heidenrich, Heidenrick, Heidrick, Heidrich, Hiedrich, Hiedrick, Heidrig and many more.
Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Abraham, Balthazar and George arrived in Pennsylvania County, Pa in 1743; Heinrich Heidrick arrived in Pennsylvania in 1767; David Hedric arrived in Allegheny County, Pa in 1823.