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Spring House at homestead of Hans Wenger of Jonestown, Lebanon Co., PA

prepared by

Daniel Lee Wenger

© 2001 by Daniel Lee Wenger
Santa Cruz, California

The CD version of the DLW Database is available from Daniel Wenger. Additions and corrections should be sent to

Daniel Wenger
511 Hampstead Way
Santa Cruz, CA 95062
831-477-1091
DanielWenger@worldnet.att.net

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Introduction

Welcome to the DLW Database. The DLW genealogy database contains over 224,000 names (last updated Jan. 23, 2002) of individuals, mostly descended from 18th century Mennonites, River Brethren (Brethren in Christ) and German Baptist Brethren who settled in Lancaster, Lebanon and Franklin Counties, Pennsylvania, in Ontario, Canada and in Washington Co. Maryland and Botetourt Co. Virginia. In the 1800s a number of the families moved to Darke Co. and Montgomery Co. Ohio and to Iowa, Indiana and Kansas. In the early 1900s there was continued migration to Upland, Calif. and Modesto, Calif.

The database was developed in conjunction with the compilation of the descendants and related families of Hans and Hannah Wenger. Three of their sons and Hannah immigrated to Pennsylvania in 1748 and 1749. Their descendants have spread across the country and the world. Many other families are also included in the database, including other Wenger lines, in particular many descendants of Christian Wenger, immigrant of 1727. There are over 100,000 names of individuals who are not connected to the Hans and Hannah Wenger family. These names were collected in order to assist in identifying possible other ancestors of Wenger descendants and possible other Wenger descendants.

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Acknowledgements

This database was compiled using many different sources and the contributions of many people. The project would not have been undertaken if it had not been for the efforts of two Wenger researchers who spent so many years collecting the information that formed the basis for this document. Norman Wenger Nauman, G1132261 and Roger Daniel Winger, G1832655 are to be remembered as the initial genealogists of the Hans and Hannah Wenger family.
Special acknowledgement needs to be given to others.
Susan Mae Wenger, 1951.6.3, G111213121, secretary of the Wenger Family Association, worked with Norman Wenger Nauman to bring his records together into a coherent form. Susan supplied to DLW (the compiler) her volumes of notes for inclusion in this document. Most of the information labeled NWN was consolidated by Susan and entered into her notebooks. Susan also made significant contributions to the format of the book. Her suggestions have resulted in a vastly improved presentation.
Mary Ann McClarnon Fokken, G181255543, a very active Wenger researcher, has worked closely with DLW in tracking down numerous families. This work has involved many, many census and library searches. Mary Ann's assistance has been extremely important.
Richard Lee Winger, G14546221 did extensivie research on the descendants of Abraham Wingert, G145. In the process he organized much of the information on the other descendants, particularly in Franklin County, PA and made that research available to DLW. Richard also made his genealogy library available to DLW.
Deloris June Hammermeister Burdick, G18125F94 contributed her large history of the descendants of Jacob Wingard, 1819.3.18 1900.8.24, G18125 and Susannah Zook, 1825.11.17 1883.12.31
Orpha Joan Heitman Oppertshauser, G322D338 contributed her exensive research on current Sider, Climenhaga and Canadian Winger families.
Special acknowledgement needs to be given to the many, many people who have contributed to this project. Contributions have ranged from published books that include Hans Wenger descendants, family records including thousands of individuals, short family genealogies and family information recorded on slips of paper. Each and every piece has been a part of the overall picture.

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Explanation of Notations


The goal of this project has been to identify the many descendants of Hans and Hannah Wenger whose three sons immigrated to America in 1748 and 1749. Hans, the father, is identified as Hans Wenger, G. His children are given the numbers G1, G2, G3, etc.

Recent and reasonable estimates of the birth dates of the children of Hans Wenger, G1 has led to the adoption of new G numbers for some of these offspring. Stephen, G11, Christian, G12, Judith, G13 and John, G14 have their original G numbers. Maria had the number G18 and now has the number G15. Henry had the number G15 and now has the number G16. Abraham had the number G16 and now has the number G17. Martin had the number G17 and now has the number G18. These new numbers are reflected on the monument that was placed in the Jonestown, PA Wenger Cemetery in August, 1994 to honor Hans Wenger, G1 and his children. This change of number of Hans Wenger, G1's children is referred to as new ordering.
The G numbers of the children of John Wenger, G14 have been redetermined on the basis of known information and some reasonable guesses. They differ from those used in "The Wenger Book". Christian Wenger, G144 is now G141, John Wenger, G145 is now G142, Martin Wenger, G146 is now G143, Jacob Wenger, G148 is now G140 and Abraham Wenger, G140 is now G145.

The individual is identified by name, birth date, death date, a possible descendant or G code and possible additional information. For example:

Martin Wenger, 1742.2.2 1815.8.28, G18, (i1748)

describes Martin Wenger who was born on February 2, 1742 and died on August 28, 1815. Martin immigrated to America in 1748. His G code is G18 new ordering (G17 old ordering). The G code is the standard York code where G represents Hans Wenger, the father of the three Wenger brothers who immigrated in 1748 and 1749. The offspring of Hans Wenger, G are assigned the codes G1, G2, G3 and G4 for the first, second, third and fourth born children. Martin Wenger, immigrant of 1748 is the eighth child of the first born child of Hans Wenger, G. Thus his code is G18.

For more than nine children, the tenth is assigned the code 0, the eleventh the code A, the twelfth the code B, etc.
If a descendant with a G code marries another descendant with a G code then there is the question as to which G code to use for their offspring. Their children would have two G codes, but to simplify the notation only one G code is kept. The rule followed here is that if the two parents, both descendants of Hans Wenger, G are of the same generation, then the G code of the father is used for the offspring. If the mother is an earlier generation than the father, then the mother's G code is used for the offspring.

If an individual is a descendant of Christian Wenger, C, the immigrant of 1727 and the subject of "The Wenger Book", then that fact is indicated by the notation C.

If an individual is a descendant of Hans Lehman, 1700~ 1771, H, (i1737.10.8) ^, then that fact is indicated by the notation LH (the L is used to differentiate between a Hans Wengert, 1720~, H, (i1751) ^ descendant. See below for a full list of family notations used.

If there is ( ) within the name then there are several possible meanings. The inclosed name may be an earlier version of the name or an alternate version of the name. The inclosed name may be a prior married name of the person. Some sources do not indicate if the maiden name or the married name is within the ( ) so in some cases there is ambiguity. If the maiden name is known then it is outside of the ( ) and the married name is within the ( ). If there are two prior marriages then both married names are include within the ( ) separated by a /. At times if the name has been given in two forms, both forms are offered with a / between them.

A date with ambiguity is indicated by a ? mark. A birth or death date of 1760~ would indicate that the date is approximate and could be off by a year or two or even ten or twenty years if the estimate was based upon several generations without more information. Some books use the notation circa or an abbreviation of that word. Others use abt.

If the date is given as 1872+ then the birth or death occurred after 1872. If the date is given as 1872- then the birth or death occurred prior to 1872. A date such as 1893.4.6~ would indicate that the date is April 6, but the year is in question. A date such as 1905.6 would indicate June, 1905 without a day specified. The date 1930..6 would indicate a date of the sixth day of some month in the year 1930. If the date is followed by a 'b' then that indicates that the date is of baptism. If the date is followed by a 'p' then that indicates a probate date.

The notation 0 in the additional portion indicates that the individual had no descendants. The notation * indicates that descendants for that individual are not known. The notation ^ indicates that there is no information on the parents of the individual. The character 'a' in the additional section indicates that the individual was a foster child or adopted or descended from an adopted individual.

When the first name of a husband or father is not known, the notation father is used. This does not imply that there were children.

Summary of Main Notations
~ means approximate (equivalent to the notation cir)
^ means no parent information
* means no descendant information
0 means no descendants

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BIC Brethren in Christ
OGBB Old German Baptist Brethren ­ Official name after the 1881 break
GB German Baptists ­ Official name of the main body until name change in 1908 to Church of the Brethren (COB)
OGB Old German Baptist (no electricity, no automobiles) also refer to themselves as GB and Old Order
OOGB Old Order German Baptist ­ used by petitioners of the 1920's split from the OGB
COB Church of the Brethren
OOMC Old Order Mennonite Congregation (Ontario, Canada)
OORB Old Order River Brethren (note: this may also refer to the book "History of the Old Order River Brethren"
Menn. Mennonite
Rev. Reverand, Minister, Preacher, etc. Here there may be cause for critizism as OGBB ministers are not called Reverand, Preachers were called preachers and not reverand, etc. The use of Rev. is a generic term to mean that the person played a role in the church as minister/leader/giver of spiritual guidance. In general the religious affiliation of a person is not given unless that person has played a role in the church, as Deacon, Rev. or Bishop, Elder etc.
Cem. Cemetery
Co. County
Twp. Township
KS, Ks. Kansas
CA
, Ca. Calif. California
PA, Pa. Pennsylvania
NY New York
CO Colorado
OH Ohio
VA, Va. Virginia
IA, Ia. Iowa (Note that Ia. has been used in some 19th century sources to mean Indiana) The reader of this book must interprete carefully the meaning of Ia.

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Family codes used are: (see TWB for more detail)

A Hans Wenger, 1660~, A, ^ father of
A1 Henry Wenger, 1680 1753, A1, (i1717) * (A in TWB notation)
A2 Christian Wenger, 1688 1749, A2, (i1718) (B in TWB notation)
The notation of John Fetzer is used for the A family and not that of TWB

C Christian Wenger, 1698.5.1 1772.2.9, C, (i1727) The family of "The Wenger Book"
D Lazarus Wenger, 1715.11.15 1796.12.16, D, (i1735.8.26)
E Hans Wenger, 1700~, E, (i1737.10.8) ^
F Johannes Wenger, 1700~, F, (i1747.10.20) ^
G Johannes (Hans) Wenger, 1680~ 1749.9.9-, G, ^ The family of this book
H Hans Wengert, 1720~, H, (i1751) ^
I Casper and Jacob Wenger, (i17xx and i1764)
J Joseph Wenger, (i1754)
K John Wenger, 1730~, K, (i) ^ Amish
L Henry Wenger

? John Adam Wingard, 1726,, (i1752) ) ^ Immigrant to Charleston, SC (not in NWN list of Wenger immig.) MWE
His descendants live in the Dutch Fork area of SC and in Pike Co., Alabama. There is a town called Wingard, Ala. near Rural Home, off Hwy 29 south of Montgomery. A cem. there has the grave of William Wingard, 1799.12.10 1872.10.27 They were slave owners and some of their slaves took the name Wingard. There are today descendants of those slaves called Wingard.

LH Hans Lehman, 1700~ 1771, H, (i1737.10.8) ^

? Phillip Jacob Wenger, 1799.12.13 1863.7.18,, (i ) ^ (not in NWN list of Wenger immig.) Immigration by Nov. 1825. Born France. Children born in Lebanon Co., PA. Died Butler Co., OH.

M Christian Wenger, 1800 1882, M, (i1835) ^
N John Wenger, (i1848)
O Christian Wenger Immigrant to Ohio
P Conrad Wenger Immigrant to Morton, Ill.
Q Christian Wenger, 1756 1824 son Frederick Wenger, 1805.1.24 immigrated
R John Wenger, 1802 Monroe, Wis.
S Jacob Wenger, 1827
T John Wenger, 1831
U Frederick Wenger, 1854 Immigrant to Dover, Ohio
V Christian Wenger Immigrant to Ohio? before 1858
W Gottfried Wenger, 1868 1940, (i1883) Immigrant to Missouri
Y Joseph Wenger, 1795 1846
Z John Wenger, 1803, Z, (i1884?) ^
AA Karl Michael Wenger's sons Joseph and Michael are G1817 and G1818
BB Noah Wenger Native of Minsk, Russia. His children assumed the name Wenger
CC John Hieronmius Wenger, (i1800~)
DD Beth Wingert
EE Gottlieb Wenger, (i1886)

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Sources of Information



AAA Audrey Anita Allen, 1934, G184117451 Audreyschr@aol.com

AAC "The Cober Genealogy of Pennsylvania, Iowa, and Canada", 1933, by Rev. Alvin Alonzo Cober, Ph., M., D.D.

AC Angela Chancellor chancell@cyberback.com

AC2 Amy Virginia Miller, 1957.7.31, G181139634, * Destiny741@aol.com

ACB "The Descendants of Abraham Reiff Burkholder, 1830 1911", by Josephine Burkholder High provided to DLW by Alvin C. Burkholder

ACB2 Angela Brooks Champman, 1970, G1828231411 abrigman@tctc.com

ACF Alice Coble, 1915, G14024437

ACW Ann Carol Wingert, 1947.8.21, G14275861 (Ann Osterman)

AHB Ann M. Harris, 1935~ wife of James Philip Brandt, 1933.12.18, G14044434.

AHB2 "Record of the Ancestors & Descendants of Jacob Sherk Brubaker and his brother Daniel Sherk Brubaker", Aden H. Brubacher

AHG "History of the Gerberich Family in America", 1925, A. H. Gerberich

AJC Arleigh J. Carpenter, 1940~, C28401111, * arleigh@perigee.net

AJCW Aline Jeanette Clark irvinw@cvalley.net

AJF "A Breif History of John and Christian Fretz", 1890 by Rev. A. J. Fretz

AJW Andrew J. White article in PMH Oct. 1996

AJW2 Andrew (Andy) J. Weyer AJWEYER@aol.com

AKH "A Keller History, Descendants of Hans Jacob Keller and Elizabeth Keller of the Cocalico Valley" March, 1998 by Rachel Keller Spease

AKK Anita Kay Kuhns, 1968.7.13, G147171564, *

AKS "The Name and Family of Stauffer or Stouffer", by The Media Research Bureau, Amos K. Stauffer

AKS2 "A Little Bit of Denlinger Family Record", 1951 by Amos K. Stauffer via JEM

AL Alice Lenker

ALB "The Brechbill Family History" 1978 by Amos L. Brechbill, 1902.12.21 1990.2.10, G12323313 gives the descendants of Abraham Brechbill, 1811.11.16 1889.10.6 and Mary W. Huber, 1816.1.29 1892.10.19, G12323

ALB1 "The Brechbill Family History", part 1, 1972 by Rev. Earl D. Brechbill

ALB2 "The Brechbill Family History" 1981+ part 2 by Amos L. Brechbill

ALB3 "The Brechbill Family History" 1983+ part 3 by Amos L. Brechbill

ALB4 "The Brechbill Family History" part 4 by Amos L. Brechbill

ALS "The Mennonite Christian Brotherhood Congregations", Amos Lamar Strite, 1951.9.8, G1413173214

ALW "The Canadian Wingers' Ancestors and Descendants from 1700 to 1972". Alvin Leroy Winger, 1883.11.17, G175941, Bishop. This document provides about the descendants of Henry Winger, 1776.7.16 1867.7.2, G175

ALW2 Alton Leo Winger, 1924.9.23, G1831096

ALY "The Family and Descendants of Jacob Diehl", 1985, Abram L. Yost

AMB Barbara Hawbaker Burkholder, 1909.9.26 1993..8.8, G14719221, 0and Anna Mary Burkholder, 1921.3.9, G14719225, 0, "The Genealogy of Ulrich Burkholder"., Pleasant Hall, Pa. 1967. This source covers the descendants of Ulrich B. Burkholder, 1710 1786.1,, (i1732.8.11) º

AMF Alan Eugene Miller, 1959.1.29, G1321421611, Ames, Iowa supplied on the Lights in Iowa

AMM Amos Michael Martin, 1865.1.10 1924.5.19, C271616 book, provided by Maria Eby

AMTT "Alexander Mack The Tunker", by ??

AO Abigail Oldham (Abigail Frances Wingert, 1936.5.10, G14314364)

APL Alan Paul Leighton, 1954.10.30, G184A3622, 0 leighton@gmx.net

AR Albert Lee Rhone ajarhone@ameritech.net

ASB "Family records mosty of three distinct groups and desscendants of Joseph, David and Henry Bauman who settled as pioneers in Waterloo County up to the year of 1825", 1940 by Angus S. Bauman

AW "Adam Wengert History" by Mary Edith Wengert, 1907.10.1, G1771018 completed in 1973

AWS "Abram W. Sollenberger Family", by Samuel Grove Sollenberger, 1901.8.2 1986.11.30, G1413B48 Published in 1968. Gives the descendants of Abraham W. Sollenberger, 1822.4.30 1912.4.7, G1413B, Deacon

AZ Avery Walter Zook, 1934.9.28, G13659522

AZH "A. Z. Hess Family Festival Notes", 1991 by Ray M. Zercher

BAFC "Biographical Annals of Franklin County Pennsylvania", Beers, 1905

BALanC "Biographical Annals of Lancaster County Pennsylvania", Beers

BALC "Biographical Annals of Lebanon County Pennsylvania", Beers, 1904

BAN Beverly Ann Nolt, 1959.11.14, G1314552421 Bjeshleman@aol.com

BB "Baker Book", 1996, Doris Oburn Johns

BBB "History and Genealogy of the Brubaker-Brubacher-Brewbaker Family in America", by Phares Brubaker Gibble. Phares Brubaker Gibble, 1888.6.8 1967.4.7, G221528, Rev.

BBF "The Oberholtzer Book", compiled by Barbara B. Ford, 1995 LCCN 94-74043

BBFG "Bauman/Bowman Family Genealogy", 1998 by William B. Bowman

BC Bernis (Bernie) Cassell, 1920~, G141144423

BC1 Betty Creath rcreath@azstarnet.com

BC2 Betty Cooper

BCT Brenda Cathleen Thompson, 1951.1.29, G1832821145 pbeakers@futura.net

BDC "Bridgewater-Daleville College, 1880 1930", a history of the two colleges. Information about those connected to Daleville College may be found in this volume.

BDQ B. Dawn Quest dquast@citytel.net www.familytreemaker.com/users/q/u/a/B-D-Quast

BE Boni Ehmann (Boni Lynn Wilson, 1967.8.14, G1721432012) behmann@sprint.ca

BEH "Stover Genealogy, Biography and History", 1936 by Bertha E. Hughey

BER Beatrice Estella Rhoads, 1933.7.26

BF "Genealogy of the Brumbach Familes", 1913 Descendants of Johannes Henrich Brumbach by Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh

BFB "The B. F. Buckwalter Family", 1971 by Mary Buckwalter Roth

BFE Bechtel Family Encylopedia

BFF "The Ancestors and Descendants of Benjamin F. Funk and Fannie Myers Funk of Hamilton Twp. Franklin Co. Pa.", 1981 by Evelyn Funk Dice (Evelyn Louise Funk, 1916.6.17, G14522852)

BFG "The Beeghley Family", 1949, by Steve Rasor's paternal grandmother (found in the Brookville Hist. Society)

BFH "Bicksler-Bixler Family History 1728-1968", 1968 by David Ellsworth Lick, 1863.3.1 1938.1.29 and Elizabeth Amy Lick, 1896.12.11, G13234422 m. Daub

BH1 Brian Hershey bhershey@redrose.net

BHA Beverly Haines, 1960.7.16, C41121812, * WeRBevo@aol.com

BHB "The Genealogy of Henrich Huber", Barbara Hawbaker Burkholder, 1909.9.26 1993.11~, G14719221, 0 and Anna Mary Burkholder, 1921.3.9, G14719225, 0 Pleasant Hall, Pa. 1967. This source covers the descendants of Maria Wenger, G123

BHS Brookville Historical Society, Inc. P. O. Box 82, Brookville, Ohio, 45309

BKK Barbara A. Kupp, 1948.8.14, G1132123531 JKerd10715@aol.com

BL Bonnie Lou Layman, 1939.4.7 lairbon@worldnet.att.net

BL "Bachman Lineage", by Olive S. Kreider (found in LCHS)

BLS Barry Lynn Sherry, 1955.7.5, G1412108113 barrysherry@usa.net

BLW Betty Lou Wenger, 1946.12.10, G1889B2431

BM Bruce McCrea mccreab@alpha.lansing.cc.mi.us

BM2 Barbara Jean Harlow, 1948.4.23, G1443151114 deanmeek@netusa1.net

BMB Bonnie Mellinger Bingaman

BMR "The Wenger Family", by Brenda Mae Rife, 1953.10.24, G188916114 This book gives the descendants of Joseph Zook Wenger, 1835.9.21 1905.2.18, G18891 and also contains the story 'The Red Top Wagon', a description of the expedition from Indiana to Oregon.

BS Bob Sweetlove sweetlov@jcstc.kos.net

BSB Carolyn Beth Simpson, 1953.2.22, G1411475B11, *

BSMC "Biographical Sketches of Montgomery Co. Ohio"

BSO Biography of Stark County, Ohio

BSRT "Biographical Sketches of Randolph Twp., Montgomery Co. Ohio"

BSW "The Wenger (Winger) Family Record", Bechtel Smith Winger, 1915.2.12, G18326541 Published 1987. This book provides on the descendants of Martin Winger, 1791.8.5 1864.9.5, G1832

BW Bill Williams William38@aol.com

BZH Bonita (Bonnie) Rae Zuck, 1951.8.30, G131847932

CA Charles A. Andrews caandrew@vci.net

CAP Cynthia A. Pobst

CAT "Our Wenger Family", by Charles and Amanda Taylor 1986. Provided on many of the descendants of Wenger, 1813.1.12 1864.10.30, G14152 Charles is Charles William Taylor, 1913.7.7 1985, G141523222, 0 A copy of this document is in the genealogical library at the Garst Museum, Greenville, Darke Co., Ohio

CB Charles T. Burton. This came to DLW from JGK in the form of a booklette on the Kinzie family. Charles, a Botetourt Co. Va. historian passed away in 1998. See CTBN

CB2 Curtis Oliver Byer, 1930.11.6, G17427424

CC Carolyn Joy Bierer, 1958.7.3, G18125314212

CDS Carol Devers Sadler carols@iland.net

CDV Mrs Christian DeVisser

CEW Charles Earl Wingard, 1935.8.13, G18407331, D.M.D.- supplied much of the information on the descendants of Martin Wenger, G184 and John Bechtel Wingard, 1812.6.30 1875.8.25, G1840

CF Carolyn Frazee

CF2 Chris Fox C7504613

CFG Chad F. Gottschlich chadfg@bellatlantic.net

CG Chuck Garst kgarst@roanoke.infi.net

CGV "Christian Gish of Virginia", 1989 by Josephine Costello Huffaker

CH Cy Hill rchill@flash.net

CHB Clifford Hugh Bauman, 1917.3.9, G18262931 cbauman@juno.com

CHC "And Johannes Begat Christian", 1985, by Constance Hunsecker Cordell, (Constance Arlene Hunsecker, 1942.4.19 1990~, G147172421) The Descendants of Johannes and Christian Frey of Franklin Co. Pa.

CHD Corinne Hanna Diller Cdiller@juno.com

CHF Holdeman Descendants

CHH Clarence Heise History of 20 Ontario, Canada families found in MCA

CHPS Clarke H. P. Schneider, 1942.4.19, G141851251 of Chicago, provided on G136 descendants and G18 lines and on his family

CK "Christian Kinzie _ - 1774 Born near Thun, Switzerland", 1981 by Catherine E. Smith

CLW Cora Lee Wingert, 1918.6.29, G14512794, 0

CMK "Christian Myers Kuhns Family Book", June 1990

CMK2 "The C. M. Kuhns Family Record", by Harry R. Kuhns (Harry Raifsnider Kuhns, 1906.11.28 1985.10.27, G14717121)

CNC "Andrew Henry Wingert Descendants, A Genealogy", compiled by Cheryl N. Cook, Oct. 1991

CP Charlie Parks chazp@erols.com

CPR Crystal Pauline Randel, 1902.12.30 1994.7+, G18345411 provided to RDW. She has also published articles on the Swiss Wengers and the document "Out Kith and Kin" in 1960

CR Carole Resh rcarole@erols.com

CRM Charles Raymond McCrae, 1936.1.30, G181317422 chuck@redrose.net

CSF "The History and Genealogical Records of the Strite and Allied Families", compiled by Carl E. Robinson and Amos Wishard Strite, 1896.4.20 1985.5.3, G14131731 Published 1963 giving the descendants of Christian Streit.

CSW Charles (Chuck) Stanley Wengert, 1927.5.16 1992, G17714121, 0 Information contained in the Robert Long (Robert Winfield Long, 1918.1.29 1992.7.17, G13352261, *) collection in the Hummelstown Area Historical Society. Also, Long information contained in that collection

CTBN Charles T. Burton notes

CW Clarence Eli Wingard, 1876.8.30 1961.5.12, G181186, 0 did extensive research on the descendants of John Wenger, G14 and Martin Wenger, G18 His complete papers have not been found.

CW2 "The Family of Elizabeth Roth 1842-1918 and Joseph Wenger 1837-1917" descendants of Christian Wenger, M

CWP Charles W. Peters

CWM Cyrene Alice Winger, 1910.9.5, D7281A2, a very active researcher of the Wengers/Wingers that came through Oil City, Pa. She is a descendant of Lazarus Winger, immigrant of 1735. Her research helped to resolve conflicts between the descendants of Larazrus Winger and Henry Wenger, G16

DAB "American Boyers", Donald Arthur Boyer, 1992 by the Association of American Boyers, Inc.

DAM "Ancestors and Descendants of Abraham N. Hoover and Annie R. Oberholtzer", 1992 by Doris A. Musselman

DAZ David A. Zavitz dzavitz@yahoo.com

DB David Blocher Blocker@Televar.com

DB2 Don Bowman via Merle Rummel

DBF Doris June Beers, 1929.3.22

DBS "David & Barbara Sensenig Family Record - 1873 - 1997", 1997, compiled by Violet Jean Garman and Ezra B. Martin

DBW David B. Wingert, 1940~, E1871332, *

DC Dan Cooke dan6kay@att.net

DD Dick DeLauder Vet4u@aol.com

DEC2 David Elbert Climenhaga, 1919.6.14, G3314152, Bishop davidc@igateway.com

DEG Debrah E. Giambalvo

DEN "Descendants of Peter M. Newswanger and Lydia Burkhart", 1986 by Donald E. Newswanger

DENF Descendants of Michael Denlinger, ged file from Carolyn Frazee

DEW Doris Evelyn Wingert, 1925.8.9, G181312111

DF Don Ford DFord87@aol.com

DFH "The Deter Family History", a genealogy of Johann Georg Dieder, 1739 by Eunice Deter with Geraldine Deter and Theodore Deter

DFH2 "Dohner/Doner Family History"

DGC Dorothy Jean Griffiths, 1926.2.12, G141143521, * (Crabb )

DGJ David G. Johnston, 1955~, G17516211x

DGR Daniel Gensemer Reinhold dreinhol@cub.kcnet.org

DGW Doris Gail Wingert, 1928, G14313381

DH Don and Jeanine Harter FamilyHart@aol.com

DH2 Dee Howard deeh@pacbell.net

DHE "Descendants of Henry Ebersole from 1823 to 1970" via IBS

DHG "The Descendants of Henry Gibbel", compiled by Ira W. Gibbel, 1995

DHV David Hiram Vannet, 1949.7.2, G18125D611, *

DISD Dori I. Steckbeck, Director, Brethren in Christ Historical Library and Archives, Grantham, PA archives@messiah.edu

DJ Dave Jenkinson jenkinson@fuse.net

DJB David Jacob Bachman, 1932.9.4, G132C1455, 0 David has contributed on the Bixler, Hostetter and other families

DJD "Descendants of John an Susanna (Ulrich) Deeter", 1998, Gale Edwin Spitler Honeyman, 1938.7.8, G1411346311, 0 and Linda Kay Stephens McDaniel

DJH Deloris June Hammermeister, 1932.6.2, G18115F94 has provided extensive information on the G18 line and was extremely helpful in finding errors in drafts of this document. She collaborated with MAF to provide over 2900 descendants of Jacob Wingard, 1819.3.18 1900.8.24, G18115 and Susanna Zook dorryb@mcn.net

DJH2 "History, Ancestors & descendants of Jacob Wingard and Susannah Zook Wingard", 2000 by Mary Ann McClarnon Fokken and Deloris Hammermeister Burdick dorryb@mcn.net

DJPD "Descendants of Johann Peter Wadel", 1999 by Lester M. Wadel, Marilyn S. Wadel and Doris Jean Wadel Sollenberger

DJS "Descendants of Joseph Shirk" 1998 by Sarah Elizabeth Shirk

DJU Doris Jean Ulrich, 1950.6.20, G1133112322

DJW Delbert Jesse Wingerd, 1926.7.25, G17421371

DJWS Doris Jean Wadel, 1931.11.28, C27188124

DK Deborah (Debbie) Ann Green Hamilton, 1952.1.9, G132468381 MommyNanasAngels@aol.com

DKN Daniel Kuhns Ness, 1938.7.3, G147171223

DL "The Descendants of Daniel Lehman", Daniel R. Lehman, 1983. This book provided many Wenger descendants in the Franklin Co., Pa. area. Daniel Lehman's dates are 1776 1847

DLC David L. Cocanower

DLD "A Dearing Family History", by D. Leona Dearing Sider

DLL Information contained in a 30 page compilation of descendants of John Lesher, by Daniel R. Lehman and based upon the research of Daniel D. Lesher, done in the early part of the century, provide to DLW

DLL2 David Lee Light dlicht44@worldnet.att.net

DLM Darvin Lee Martin, 1971.1.10, C56430611, * and Regina Sue Christman, 1971.11.23, G1402164221, * , also RCM and RSLC dlmartin@redrose.net

DLW Daniel Lee Wenger, 1935.1.4, G141524412 private records and independent research DanielWenger@worldnet.att.net

DRJ Donald R Johnson DRJohnson37@worldnet.att.net from the "Bernharat Mann Genealogy" by John Tomson

DRL "Mennonites of the Washington County, Maryland and Franklin County, Pennsylvania Conference", Daniel R. Lehman, 1990

DRLP Private communication from Daniel Richard Lehman, 1951.3.13, C27189721 Daniel is the Daniel R. Lehman of DL, DLL and DRL

DRW Deborah (Debbie) Lee Rhodes, 1953.3.25, G113231763, * maddog99@concentric.net

DRW2 Daniel Raymond Wagner, 1967.2.17, G1312761252

DSH "Hutchins-Hutchens, Descendants of Stangeman Hutchins", 1979 compiled by Rita Hineman townsend

DSK Diane Thwaite Solenberger, 1959.5.5, G1413611631, *

DSL "The David S. Lehman Family History and Genealogy", 1997, Titus Lynn Wadel, 1968.2.26, G1471732131, *

DSM "The Myers Family Here to Fore", 1979 by Della Strike Myers

DSR Donna Elizabeth Speer and David Earl Ristenbatt, 1949.1.19, G132421B332. Donna has her genealogy on the world wide web

DW Darryl Wayne Winger, 1968.6.5, G183587221 and PNM

DWB Darlene Wenger, 1939.7.20, G141148022

DWH Dorothy Anna Wenger, 1918.1.3, G13564531

DWM Diana Lee Wenger, 1946.8.27, G141187321

DWM2 Diane Wenger Monroe dmonroe@erinet.com

DY Darlene Yohe iroquois@redrose.net

DYM "The Life and Genealogy of David Y. Miller", 1989 by Gene Edwin Miller

EA Elizabeth Schlung Alleman ESA2204@aol.com

EAB Edward Allen Barnhart, 1940.10.18, G183233811 BarnhartEd@aol.com

EAH "The Ulrich Rinehart Family and Descendants, 1704 1985", 1986, Elma A. Henning

EB Ed Barnhart BarnhartEd@aol.com

EB2 "Heritage History", 1992 by Everett Byer

EBE "My American Ancestors and Their Descendants", 1949, 1950 Edward Bowman Esbenshade

EBW Ethel Pauline Bomberger Wenger

EE Erica Joy Echternach, 1974.3.30, G131BA5B22 kchiefs@home.com

EEE "History of the Eby Family", by Ezra E. Eby published in 1889, republished in 1979

EEM "Descendants of Christian Eby and Susannah McDonald", 1951, by Effie Eugenia E. Minnich

EFD "Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob Brechbill Sollenberger and his wife Frances Meyers Sollenberger", Evelyn Funk Dice, 1993 Jacob is Jacob Brechbill Sollenberger, 1860.11.15 1945.3.16, G1231213 and Evelyn is Evelyn Louise Funk, 1916.6.17, G14522852 Also JBS

EFH Edna Faye Wingerd, 1932.10.13, 0, G17421394 provided the descendants of Simon Brechbill Wingerd, 1867.6.22 1941.4.11, G174213

EFH2 "Eberly Family History" 1974 by Paul C. Bennetch

EFH3 "David E. Eby-Leah Eby Family History", 1978 by Betty Lou eby Robbins

EGP "Henry Warner (Werner) Originally of Bedford Co., Pa.", 1946, by Mrs. Elgar Grant Pumphrey

EH2 Elinor Hoover, 1930~, G188041xx, * ehoo2@hotmail.com

EHB Ezra Helman Benedict, 1943.12.10, G142823128 benedict@cvn.net

EHH "Family History and Genealogy of George B. Mc. Heberlig and Annie C. Stover Heberlig", 1992, compiled by Frank Shuman Heberlig, 1926.10.17 and Mildred Catherine Morrow, 19265.10, G1889A234

EJ Erik Jensen erikjensen@home.com

EKW Erma K. Wenger (Erma L. Klick, 1929.8.23,, * º)

ELB "Esra & Lydia Burkholder, Family Record", 1996 by the Violet and Ezra Martin

ELM "Family Record Abraham Martin and his Descendants", 1988 Compiled by Mrs. Noah V. Martin (Evelyn Lois Martin, 1918.9.20, C5614F31-) and her family, Hagerstown, MD This is a record of the descendants of Abraham H. Martin, 1828.8.26 1907.4.13, C5614 -and his two wifes Susanna Burkholder, 1828.11.8 1851.11.17- and Barbara S. Wenger, 1829.1.30 1906.2.22, C2539- The book is based upon the original research of John David Risser, 1882.12.4 1952.1.19, C561484, Rev. Mrs. Martin was kind to loan her copy of the book to DLW

ELP "Descendants of Michael Peters", 1993 by Edward L. Peters epeters@worldaccessnet.com

ELW "Mother's Whirring-Wheel Rug", A Lady Family Genealogy, Eunice Lady Wingert

ELW2 Eugene Lesher Wenger, 1927.6.4, G188A5131

EME2 Esther Mae Ebersole, 1923.11.6, G13576333, 0

EMH "Emanuel Martin History 1691 - 1984", 1984 by Naomi Heckman

EML "Five Frantz Families who lived in the Miami Valley", Elizabeth Miller Lane, 1988

EMP Elizabeth Irene Maurer, 1927.11.21, G141203124

EMZ "Zimmerman's Family History 1720-1988 A Branch of the Zimmerman Offspring of Glause Zimmerman in Europe and his children who came from Europe", 1988 compiled by Ezra and Maria Zimmerman

EP Edith Perry

ER Elaine Byer Reed, 1944, x2413, *

ERL Earl Richard Myers, 1940.7.9, G174251271

ERP1 "Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners, Vol I", 1995 by Richard Warren Davis

ERP2 "Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners, Vol II", 1997 by Richard Warren Davis

ERP3 "Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners, Vol III", 1999 by Richard Warren Davis

ES Ellen Strasma Ellen.Strasma@walgreens.com

EV "Evangelical Visitor", bimonthly publication of the Brethren in Christ Church

EW Ezra Wenger, 1895.4.26 1978.6.1, G140820, 0 and his wife Ruth provided the descendants of his parents Edward, 1854.8.28 1943.6.4, G14082, Elder and Emma , 1859.1.11 1932.10.30, G141874. Martha Mabel Wenger, 1921.10.31, G1408291 sent the to DLW. "A Genealogy of Edward Meyer Wenger and his wife Emma Meyer Wenger".

EWS R. Evelyn West, 1913.12.13

FDB Fretz web site at www.multiboard.com/~bhurdle/fretz/fretz2.html by Brian Lloyd Hurdle, 1954.8.17, G175326521, *

FDCO "Families of Darke County, Ohio", 1994, by Darke County Genealogical Society, Greenville, Ohio

FF Funck?Fokken gedcom via Mary Ann Fokken

FFF "Flory Flora Fleury Family", 1948 by W. Q. Bunderman

FGS Fritz George Schnepf, 1931.5.8, G18406111 and Linda Annette Hinkle, 1934.5.6,, º

FHC "Family History of Samuel & Lydia Crouse", 1992 Richard Crouse, Judith Ziegler, Kean Dubble

FKP "Kings Family Tree", 1981 by Frances King Rapp of Covington, Ohio

FLH Faye Louise Hawbaker, 1949.11.24, G123351226

FM Floyd Mason masonf3150@rica.net

FMS "Some Snoke Familes, A Collection of Snoke Memorabilia Consisting of Family Histories, Biographies, Letters, Genealogy and Trivia", based upon the original work of Martin Van Buren Snoke, compiled by Frank McElwain Snoke, June 1979

FMS2 "Supplement to Some Snoke Families", compiled by Harry William Snoke, 1910.12.25, G14731555, * in 1984

FRC Ferne Ruth Climenhaga, 1934.4.21, G3314196

FS Freddie Spradlin

FS2 Floyd Sollenberger, 1927~, G123122822, *

FTM Refers either to a particular Family Tree Maker family history file. or the Social Security Death Index, 1937-1995 For example, FTM2346 refers to the FTM file #2346. FTM alone refers to the death index

FW Felicia Grace Kinzie, 1924.8.26, G1820721, *

FZ Dr. Fred Zimmerman, Fot Myers, FL

GB Gordon Haggott Beckhart, 1923, G145132411

GBS "The Bucher Family", 1997, Glayds Bucher Sowers

GC "Shaking the Cordell Family Tree", 1977 by Glenn Robert Cordell, 1941.11.29, G181921631

GC2 "A Historical Sketch of the Brethren in Christ Church, Known as Tunkers in Canada", by George Cober, Gromley, Ontario (viewable on the web at http://www.easynet.on.ca/~johnb/tunkers/index.html thanks to Dana Brillinger)

GCW Gerald Cleon Wagoner, 1932.7.31, G131255244

GDN Glatha D. Neff DCSP44A@prodigy.com

GES "History of the Swope Family and their connections", 1896, Gilbert Ernest Swope

GESH Gale Edwin Spitler Honeyman, 1938.7.8, G1411346311, 0. Gale 's contributions to this project were great.. His research on the family of John Weaver Wenger, 1778.4.11 1851.5.12, G1411, Rev. was extensive and detailed. His vast library and memory and his enthusiastic support are greatly appreciated.

GF Garst family files

GFD "Garber Family Directory, January 2000" family of Raymond & Ruth Garber

GH "The Garber Historical and Genealogical Record", 1964, by Clark M. Garber

GH2 Gary Hopkins ghopkins@fortwayne.infi.net

GH4 "The Garber Historical and Genealogical Record" Vol. III 1964 by Clarke M. Barber

GHK "The George H. Keener Family", 1984 by Mary Louise Diller

GHL George H. Liebgott, "Morris Cove Descendants". Found in Martinsburg, Pa. public library

GIC Gladys Irene Cool

GJW Gwendolyn Joyce Wenger, 1934.2.9, G188125A2S prepared a family history that was passed to SEW and on to DLW. Due to the fact that the title page had NWN as the source, information from that history is labeled NWN. Apologies to Gwendolyn. That history provided information on the descendants of John Myers Wenger, 1857 1930, G188125 and Fannie Sollenberger, 1856.8.20 1940.6.26, G147152

GK Gail Keller freyfamily@paonline.com

GKC "A Genealogical Record of the Crider-Kreider Family" from collected by A. Lincoln Crider, 1864 1925- and further elaboration by his niece Miss Nellie Catherine Brake, Chambersburg, Pa. Compiled by Amos Kreider Stauffer, Lancaster, Pa. July 4, 1934

GLB Georg Ludwig Braun GBraun5377@aol.com

GLC Guy L. Clippinger of Dallastown, Pa.

GLG Garold (Gary) Lynn Garber, 1948.5.30, G1312724241 GaryGarber@aol.com

GM Garry Cleveland Myers, 1945.4.22, G184711831GarryMyers@aol.com

GME Grace Marie Wagner, 1929.4.3, C3752441 gracevans@prodigy.net

GM2 Grant Lincoln Miller, 1949 max@cftnet.com

GMW Weybright book

GNDX www.gendex.com/gendex

GNL "The Pennsylvania LeFevres", compiled by George Newton LeFevre, 1952

GR Gerald Rhoades GeraldWR@aol.com

GRHS "A Genealogical Record of the Descendants of Henry Stauffer and other Stauffer Pioneers" 1899 by Rev. A. J. Fretz

GRJ Glen Ralph Jordan, 1920.1.23, G18125F54 gljordan@seidata.com

GP Gary Price priceg@le-win.net

GSY Virgina (Ginny) Kaye Swarr, 1963.3.30, C3824A441

GWM George William Marshall, 1923.12.8, G145113315, *

HAB Howard A. Book, 1913.1.15, G1374437

HAP "Houpt and Provard and other Related Families" by James and Mary Ellen Houpt and James and Jean Houpt

HB Hazel Marie Gehr, 1928.11.18, G181212131, typed by Lorraine S. Hatcher, 1936.5.8

HD "Hawbaker Descendants From 1737 - 1978", 1978 by Eliphalet H. Hawbaker and Goldie Hawbaker Clark

HD2 "The Doners in Canada, 1806-1974, Genealogical Record of the Descendants of John Doner & Anna Brechbill", by Harold Doner

HDZ "Zug/Zuck/Zouck/Zook Genealogy", Harry D. Zook, 1983 Lib. Congress Cat. 83-81537

HDZP Harry D. Zook personal communications

HEF "History of the Engle Family", 1927 by Morris M .Engle

HES "Family of Harry E. Sauder, 1870-1969", 1970 by R. Clair Weaver

HES2 "A History of the Harry and Ada (Hoke) Steele Families 1600-1983, 1983" by Harold E. Steele

HF "Hostetter Family", by Richard L. Hostetter and David J. Bachman, 1984, the descendants of Jacob Hostetter, immigrant of 1712 and Oswald Hostetter, immigrant of 1732.

HFG "The Heilman Family Genealogy", 1993 by Robert A. Heilman

HFH "Hershey Family History", 1929, compiled by Henry Hershey

HGPE "A History and Genealogy of Peter Eichenberg Family" 1955 by Charles S. Ikenberry and W. Louise Eikenberry

HH "A History of the Decendants of Jacob and Maria Eva Harshbarger of Switzerland", 1976 by The Harshbarger Association

HHB Henry Hess Baer, 1927.7.9, G1413112311

HHD "The Dohners and The Doners of America" by H. H. Dohner, 1900 1950

HHF "A History of the Hock/Hoke Family, 1405-1990", 1990 by Jesse W. Hoover

HHH "Haller-Hollar-Holler Genealogy", 1981 by Amelia Cleland Gilreath

HHI Homer H. Irwin of Elmurst, IL prepared a manuscript "Ancestors and Descendants of James T. Wingard", 1967. James Thomas Wingard, 1852.10.27 1916.9.10, G181159-

HJHF "History of the John High Family of Lancaster County Pennsylvania", 1996 by Levi High

HJW Hilda Virginia Jenkins, 1934.11.10,, º

HKS Harold Keith Sider, 1926.8.12, G3225A41

HL Harry Orville Learn, 1942.12.24, G3104D24 annarry@telusplanet.net

HLC "History of Little Cove, Franklin County Pennsylvania", 1967 by Harry E. Foreman

HM Helen Maiman hmaiman@prodigy.net

HMB Helen May Brechbill, 1931.5.31, G1411A351

HMH "The Huber-Hoover Family History", 1928 by Harry M. Hoover, reprinted in 1992 by Amos B. Hoover

HNE "A Death Record Book From Lancaster County, PA 1858-1918" by Henry N. Eby, published in PMH Jan., March and April 2000

HRK "The Kurtz Family Sojourn, A Brief History and Genealogy of Pioneer Abraham Kurtz and His Descendants", 1999 by Harold R. Kurtz

HRL Hugh R. Lehman

HS "Shirk-Sherk, Family History and Genealogy", Hal Shirk

HSF "History of the Shuey Family in America, 1732-1919", D. B. Shuey, 1919

HSRS "Two Hundred Years with the Siders", Harold Keith Sider, 1926.8.12, G3225A41 & Ron Sider, 1986 A major book on the descendants of Maria Wenger, G32 covering many of the Canadian Wingers.

HUZ "A History of the United Zion Church, 1853-1980", 1981 by an editorial staff

HW Heidi White Mari383072@aol.com

HWD Hans Wenger GED found at www.paonline.com/schfam

IBS Ira Burkholder Sollenberger, 1932.3.25, G14737217

IEO I. E. Oberholtzer, Rev., via Shirley E. Kantner and Barbara B. Ford

IDL See IDL4 (Ira David Landis, 1899.1.12 1977.2.27, G13143113, Bishop)

IDL1 "The Landis Family Book", 1950, Ira D. Landis, Section I

IDL2 "The Landis Family Book", 1950, Ira D. Landis, Section II

IDL3 "The Landis Family Book", 1953, Ira D. Landis, Section III

IDL4 "The Landis Family Book", 1954, Ira D. Landis, Section IV

IJB Ira J. Buckwalter, provided at the 1990 Buckwalter family reunion

JAJ Judith Ann Jordan, 1943.12.29, G18125F551

JAR Judy Ann Russell, a Riegel researcher

JAW John Acker Wenger, 1868.2.18 1954.9.28, G1132123

JB Jonathan Hall Backenstose, 1962.12.10, G135282233

JBAK "Descendants of John Bachman and Anna Kreider", found in LCHS

JBD Jesse Beam Denlinger, 1950.11.1 denling@bellsouth.net

JBF "Joel and Nannie Sink Booth Family"

JBS See EFD

JBW John Brechbill Wenger, 1885.7.2 1961.5.31, G1881343 recorded all inscriptions on stones in the Burkholder Cem., the Church Cem., the Siloam Cem and many other small cemeteries . These recordings allowed many relationships to be established. The recordings were done between 1959 and 1961

JCL James Clark Landis, 1961.4.16, G1317322233 provided information on the descendants of Barbara W. Funck, 1760.7.9 1849.3.12, G131

JCL Much information supplied by Raymond Clyde Lantz, 1951.11.20, G144262451 on the Detwiler family was mislabled JCL instead of RCL. Detwiler information labeled JCL came from Raymond Clyde Lantz, 1951.11.20, G144262451

JCN Jewell Calvin Niswander

JCS James Calvin Strickler, 1948.12.11, G188134211

JDF "The John Denlinger Family Tree, 1809 - 1958", 1958, by Elsie Denlinger McNelly, (Elsie Anna Denlinger, 1896.11.1, G13127271) Arcanum, Ohio, a history of the John Neff Denlinger, 1809.6.14 1885.6.6, G13127 and Sarah Miller, 1813.1.18 1876.4.30 family

JDG "Detwiler Genealogy", by D. Frank Bayer, 1989, New Enterprise, Pa. giving descendants of Jacob Detwiler, 1733 1804,, (i1754.9.29) who mostly located in Morrison Cove, Bedford and Blair Counties, Pa. Three of Jacob's children married Hans Wenger descendants.

JDW Janice Doreen Wenger, 1966.1.2, G1771A2126

JEB "Barnhart Family Record, The Family of Daniel Barnhart, c1765 1802 and Elizabeth Naff, c1767 1805", 1925 by Josephus Edward Barnhart, 1862 1937 reprinted by Carolyn Teach Denlinger (Carolyn Sue Denlinger, 1951.6.2 1995.6.10, G131273865)

JEE John Edward Engle, 1939.2.18, G13584761 jengle@mint.net

JEF "The Men From Wengen and America's Agony, The Wenger-Winger-Wanger History including Christian Wenger, 1718", by John E. Fetzer, 1971

JEH "Family Record of Martin R. and Sus L. Eby Hershey", 1990 by J. Eby Hershey

JEM Joseph Eugene Miller, 1950.7.2, G1317221534, * Norristown, Pa.

JEP John Edward Peiffer, 1940.7.2, G181313541 peiffer@erols.com

JES John Edward Starr, 1939.7.12, G18251F11 jedwardstarr@sprintmail.com, jedwardstarr@aol.com

JF Jill Fyffe jillfyffe@home.net

JFM John F. Murray, Kouts, Ind.

JG "Jacob Grove and Elizabeth Lesher Family" by Samuel Grove Sollenberger and Grace Hege, 1973. Samuel Grove Sollenberger, 1901.8.2 1986.11.30, G1413B48

JG2 Joe Garst garstjoe@aol.com

JG3 Jacquelyn (Jackie) Louise Grove, 1958.11.4, G181349502, * jackiegrove@yahoo.com

JG4 Joanne (Gatten) Shenck, 1938.8.5, G181349411

JGF J. G. Francis, Rev., "History and Genealogy of Early Pioneer Families of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania". 1990. This is a major history of the Light family of Lebanon, Pa. and provided many descendants of Judith Wenger, G13-

JGFK "History of Kreider Family from the Pen of Rev. J. G. Francis, Scholarly Discourse on one of the oldest and most prominent clans in county", published serially in the Lebanon Daily News, Lebanon, Pa. beginning on May 22, 1919. J. Lee Kreider of Dayton, Ohio transcribed the articles and produced a very nice representation of them.

JGK Joseph Graybill Kinzie, 1923.10.22, G18204323

JGS Jeffery G. Schism

JH James Houpt, private records. Mr. Houpt supplied to DLW about the Hawbaker ancestors and provided some recent additions to the G145 descendants. Much of the labeled JH is also found in HB.

JH2 Joseph Hoover Fafaragas@aol.com

JH3a Jan Hall halltall@aol.com

JH3 Janet Kay Schrock, 1939.10.22, C28A36xx imaginethat@portgualala.com

JHB John Howard Bricker, 1932.3.5, G1453527A

JHF "John Horst Family", 1940 by Hettie K. (Horst) Hess and Lydia Ruth Hess

JHH "Family Record of John Henry Hostetter Ancestors and Descendants", Anna Hege, 1995

JHJP James Eugene Hiatt, 1931.6.25, G14118762

JHL John Larkins jhlarkins@msn.com

JHS James Herman Shuman, 1939.3.4, G1411432141 jshuman@telis.org

JJ Jann Johnson russj@sos.net

JJW "Jacob J. and Catharine (Blough) Wingard", 1991 by Mary P. Graybill

JK Jacqueline Sue Steck, 1967.10.11, G1895733221, *

JKH Joanne Hoover (.Joanne Mae Koehler, 1928.7.29, G1412242231)

JKH2 Justin Kirk Houser at JKHouser84@aol.com

JKS James Kenneth Snyder, 1951.5.5, G18611116121, * provided his family information SKINNYDIPPER1@cs.com

JL Joyce Lemke joylmk@direclynx.net

JL2 John Light jblight@redshift.com

JLC "Roots of the Jacob L. Charles Family", 1885 by Harold Sider and Ardys Charles

JLE ?

JLM Landis genealogies by Jane Landis-Marin, Leola, Pa.

JLR Jay Lester Ranck, 1946.1.13, G1314254611, Rev. * published his ancestry in the "Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage", Vol. XIX, No. 4, Oct. 1996

JLS James Lester Strite, 1951.10.18, G147179121

JLW Jay Leon Wenger, 1937.2.12, G14120031

JM John Morris (Glowanda Rhodes) chow0@flash.net

JMB "Descendants of John and Anna Myers Brubaker, 1750-1995", 1996 by Marwin E. Brubaker and Margaret Brubaker Ellis

JMB2 ?

JMD James Marlan Denlinger, 1929.8.16, G131255615 Jmding@aol.com

JME "David Reiff Family", 1992 by Jonas Elbert Eby, 1928.3.19, G14737281, Deacon and Pearl Marie Showalter, 1930.10.3, C7516512

JMEP Pearl Marie Showalter, C7516512

JMG Jay Michael Gospe, 1938.10.7, G14546142, M.D.

JMM "Family Record of Jacob M. Martin and his Descendants" complied 1947 by Adam R. Martin and Kenneth E. Martin

JMR Joanne Marie Rice, 1953.11.19, G145103252

JMS John M. Strickler, 1922.8.4,, º

JMS2 June Marie Shenk Yohn wjyohn@gateway.net

JMW John Mark Wingerd, 1927.5.27, G18162162, *

JO "My Climenhaga Search", Joan Oppertshauser, April 1994 Mennonite Familiy History (Orpha Joan Heitman, 1938.10.27, G322D338, *)

JOP Joan Oppertshauser (Orpha Joan Heitman, 1938.10.27, G322D338, *)

JP Jacob Peffley family gedcom received Jeff Scism ScismGenie@aol.com

JPK Jonathan Pearse Kreider, 1968.2.27, G135747112, *

JPW "Jacob P. Wingard and Elizabeth Yoder, 1854 to 1996", Alice E. (Schrock) Stewart, 1996. This book covers the K immigrant

JRH Jeffrey Robert Hapeman and Carolyn Renee Groff, 1971.8.5, G137A254x2, *

JRW "John Rudoph Waymire and the First Three Generations of his Descendants", 1925 William M. Reser, MD

JS Joan Hapeman, 1931.9.21, G32714231. jsomers@ix.netcom.com http://www.netcom.com/~jsomers/jsomers.htm

JS2 "Jost Schwab" volume 2

JS3 Jennifer Lisa Smith, 1964.10.28, G310117214, * JLSMITH@genetics.com

JS4 Jim Scofield scofield@ccnet.com

JSC Jack Spencer Clopper, 1933.6.4, G142833151 JACKCLOPPE@aol.com

JSF "John Shank (Schenck) Family 1750-1979", 1979 by Amos Shank, Leonard Shank, Anna (Shank) Mowen and Jacob Grove

JSH Jeffrey (Jeff) Lee Holzfaster, 1958.2.28, G1411346371

JSH2 James Stauffer Herr, 1924.8.6, G13192372

JSM "The Meyers Family, John S. Meyers Descendants from 1818 to 1979", Ben Burroughs, published 1979. This book provided many of the Meyers members of the Wenger family

JSR Joanne Rae Smith, 1930~, G141150221

JT Jan Tompkins KTompk7744@aol.com

JVW Jay Vernon Wenger, 1944.6.13, G131847B6 Jay is president of the Wenger Family Association and has been a major supporter of the preparation of the descendants of Hans and Hannah Wenger. Jay was greatly involved in the preparation of the index of "The Wenger Book". He descends from Christian Wenger, C five different ways

JW James Allan Winger, G183267121

JW2 Jim Weygandt <weygandt@erols

JW3 John R. Winger, 1954~, G184A3321, * wingnit@ix.netcom.com

JW4 Judith (Judy) Ann Keener, 1939.8.26, C54225732 jwood@dixie-net.com

JW5 Joan Wendling wendling@telusplanet.net

JWH "The Descendants of Peter and Barbara Buckwalter Hershey", 1990, compiled by John W. Hershey

JWJ Jennifer Wescoatt Jensen jengen@inconnect.com

JWW John Wildy Waymire, 1873, G1411553. Wildy Waymire prepared a family history showing descendants of John Weaver Wenger of Montgomery Co. Ohio. The history was very helpful and very interesting. A small comment to the effect that three Sollenberger brothers married three Wenger sisters helped to understand several relationships that had not been understood before. An excellent example of how a small note can help to unravel a family history.

JY Jerry Yohe jlyohey@concentric.net

JY2 Joan Young JYoung6180@aol.com

JYL Jane Lahey JLahey1134@aol.com

JZG unidentified source

KA Kerrie Alexander kat@keira.htokey.net.au

KAB Kenneth A. Beard. kabeard@juno.com

KAN "The Early Sollenbergers of America", Keith A. Nonemaker, Mennonite Family History, April 1989

KAN1 "Early Descendants of John Sollenberger of Cumberland Co. Pa.", Keith A. Nonemaker, Mennonite Family History, Oct. 1983

KAP Kathleen Anne Mexin, 1951.1.18, G184183532 katp51@juno.com

KAW Karla Ann Wingert, 1939.4.29, G18896252

KC "A Genealogy and History of the Kauffman-Coffman Families", 1940 by Charles Fahs Kauffman

KCR Kenneth Harold Rasmussen, 1924.5.16 and Carol Jeanne Wright, 1930.2.12, G181221122

KD Karen Donoghue DeMoss KKD1224@aol.com

KEA Kerrie Edwards, 1950~,, ^ kerriea@hotkey.net.au

KEC Kenneth Edward Cullen, 1957, G31017134, * k-cullen@home.com

KEM Karl E. Moyer kmoyer@marauder

KEW Katherine Eileen Winger, 1915.9.26, G17214A42

KFH "Kready Family History"

KFT "The Kinzie Family Tree 1738-1961" 1960-61 by Lora E. Karn and others

KGM Kathryn G. Mason from her "Grisso Family History"

KH unknown Miller informant

KH2 Karen Henderson DOTY_CARSTENSEN@MSN.COM

KK "A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans", 1919, William E. Connelley

KLP Karen Lynn Detwiler, 1946.11.18, G186110011, * lkparker@intercom.net

KM Keith McDonald, 1957.71, G131A3D532, * (much of this information may also be found in IDL4)

KM2 Kenneth Metz kendee@horizon.hit.net

KM3 Katherine Melton kmelton@henderson.net

KNS Karen Nan Sollenberger, 1951.7.4, G147125522, * KAREN_S_MCGRADY@nslc.fmso.navy.mil

KP Kathleen Anne Mexin, 1951.1.18, G184183532

KPB Karen Y. Poirier-Brode kpoirier@ix.netcom.com

KPS "Genealogy and Family History- Sprankle, Peiffer and Sleighter Lines" by Karen Peiffer Smyth (Karen Susan Peiffer, 1958.7.19, G181213891)

KSM Kathleen Suzanna Win Mabry, 1942.8.30, G18125D541, *

KSS "Genealogical Memoranda, Stouffer 1579-1943" by Kate S. Snively giving descendants of Jacob Stouffer, 1773 1843

KZ Ken Zook ken_zook@SIL.ORG

LAD Lois Arline Deter, 1936.7.30, G12352882, 0 of Sterling, IL. provided information on the Deter family

LAG Louise Ann Gingrich, 1950.4.6, G1323646341

LB Lucille Marie Boone, 1950.2.25, G188122431 CJGH56B@prodigy.com

LBN "A Genealogy of American Nyes of German Origin", L. Bert Nye, Jr. 1984 Lib. Congress Cat. 84-61347

LBW "The Descendants of John Dayhoff Wingert and Frances Shank Wingert", by Levi Brechbill Wingert, 1976

LC Linda Jean Miller, 1949.10.31, G172154511 timlin@yesic.com

LCDF "The Lebanon County Daub Family" located in LCHS

LCHS Lebanon County Historical Society, Lebanon, PA

LCS Lois Cornelia Shank, 1926.12.15, G14283133, 0

LCW Larry Carl Wenger, 1952.12.19, G141861012 lbwenger@supernet.com

LD Lynn Caywood Detwiler, 1952.4.6, G144722111 mccross@cyberg8t.com

LDN L. Delmar Neff, 1948.6.15, G1314414223

LDS Latter Day Saints, a reference to the large collection of genealogical data maintained by the Morman Church

LEM Leon Eugene Meyers, 1960.6.3, G1453A4411

LFE Lorraine Frantz Edwards, Lancaster, Calif.

LG Linda Grove klgrove@netusa1.net

LGF "Ancestors & Descendants of Reuben Showalter", 1980, by Lloyd G. Ferrell , ( in 1994) 17360 S.W.Glen Drive, Beaverton, OR 97007

LGW Louise Georgina Winger, 1931.8.4, G17543361

LH Leona Marie (Weida/Kores) Heston, 1928.8.6, G14245161

LH2 Laurell Hodges mhodges@mail.fwi.com

LHB Lowell Harvey Beachler

LHD Louis Harmol Dailey, 1942.5.21, G183291551 ldailey1@email.msn.com

LJ Laurie Jenkins mommaj62@hotmail.com

LJCM Hans Neff information from LJCM7@ao.com

LKS Louise Fern Keefer, 1924.11.5, G123331122

LLM Lois Marlene Lesher, 1938.6.6, G14719453 (Lois L. Meyers)

LMB "The Genealogy Beginning with Daniel Myers" by Mrs. Lela Myers Bert, Newburg, Pa. 1822 ­ 1962

LMC Linda Minor Coleman lcoleman@netset.com

LMHS Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society, Lancaster, PA

LML Lola Mareta Lehman, 1941.2.18, G137A22111, 0

LMM Linda Miller, 1950~, G181135511

LMS Lorine McGinnis Schulze lschulze@bconnex.net

LMW Lester Wadel

LN Linda Nelson nelsons@ntl.sympatico.ca

LPW Lyman Purser Winger, 1935.5.3, G18310655

LRH "John Lesher Family" 1939 by Lydia Ruth Hess

LRS "1732-Sherk-Shirk Freundschaft-1982" by Lyle Ronald Sherk 1982. This publication provided much about the descendants of Abraham Wenger, G1415-and Mary Wenger, G1413-

LSB Leon Sollenberger Burkholder, 1952.12.12, G147193413 fses@direct-source.com

LSM Linda Kay Stephens McDaniel

LTB "A Pedigree of the Siegrist's" 1972 by L. T. Brechbill

LW Larry Wells, 1957.6.16, G141205612 Visalia2@aol.com

LWS "Winger Family Record, Some Descendants of Martin and Elizabeth Frantz Winger of Grant County, Indiana", by Lawrence W. Shultz, 1890.10.24 1982.5.22,, Rev.

MAB Michael A. Barnhart

MAE Malcolm Aden Eby, 1940.8.13, G31012312, Rev. meby@simcom.on.ca

MAF Mary Ann McClarnon, 1943.2.5, G181155543, * has helped to provide the research for this book and in particular has supplied on descendants of Martin Wenger, G18-and many other Wenger descendants and has resolved a number of questions regarding conflicting data. Her critic of this history has been extremely helpful. A collaboration with her cousin Deloris June Hammermeister, 1932.6.2, G18115F94 on a five year search for the descendants of Jacob Wingard and Susanna Zook has produced over 2900 individuals. Her contributions to this history have been very important and her encouraging support to DLW is greatly appreciated.

MAH Michael Alan Hengst, 1958.9.26, G188C33611

MAH2 Mary Ann Hagen maryann@golden.net rootsweb.com

MAJ Melissa Ann Jury, 1976.10.27, G174213D421 information BrandonLPedigo@worldnet.att.net See also MP2

MAL "Martin A. Lahman Family History", 1996 by Mildred Brunk Kraus and Harry L. Kraus

MDB The Martin Database developed by Darvin Lee Martin, 1971.1.10, C56430611, * and Regina Sue Christman, 1971.11.23, G1402164221, *

MAS Michale A. Smoke

MAW Mark A. Wenger, C3824C531 falcon@net-link.net

MB Mildred Brett Bryan. Estherville, Iowa

MBF "Brechbill-Brightbill-Brackbill Family" by Martha Brightbill Fulk, found at the Hummelstown Area Historical Society

MBK "Ancestry and Descendants of Joseph Blocher and Elizabeth Roberts", 1997, Marjorie Blocher Kinsey, C.G.

MCA From the archives of Messiah College, Grantham, Pa.

MDB The Martin database developed by Darvin Lee Martin, 1971.1.10, C56430611, * and Regina Sue Christman, 1971.11.23, G1402164221, *

MDH "The Descendants of Jacob Hostetter of Franklin County, Pennsylvania", Vol. I, Morris D. Hostetter, 1989, LCCN 89-85324

MDW Miriam D. Wenger, 1932.8.22, C7207283 (Heisey)

MDW2 Michael David Watkins, 1966.5.11, G18125D5711, * GeoPoet@rcn.com

MEL Mary Ellen Eby, 1936.5.22, G131912411

MEM Mary Elizabeth Myers, 1942.10.1, G1451411231

MFF "The Genealogy of the Matthias Frantz Family of Berks Co. Pennsylvania" by E. Harold Frantz, Reuben Frantz King and Laura Frantz Pfautz, 1972

MFH "Mennonite Family History"

MFT "The Morrow Family Tree", 1989, compiled by Mildred Catherine Morrow, 1926.5.10, G1889A234

MGG "Puterbaugh History" by Marie G. Good found in the Chambersburg, Pa. Public library

MGZ Miriam Grace Zook provided on the descendants of Jacob Martin Zook, 1875.3.23, G13655A, Upland California. Miriam Grace Frey, 1926.10.18

MH "Myers History, Some Descendants of Hans Meier of Pequea, Lancaster Co. Pa.", 1987, by Dorothy M. K. Adams

MHB "The Martin H. Bauman Family History" by Roy G. & Salome Bauman / LDS FHL US/CAN Film 1320912 Item 7

MHE "Family Record of Michael H. Eshleman and his Descendants", 1983 by Carolyn Sue Eshleman and Wanda Kay Strite

MHT "Descendants of Jacob Flory and Fracnes Peffly of Montgomery Co. Ohio" 1991, compiled by Megill/Hawk/Troop based

MIK "Margaret Wenger Snell, A brief history of her Ancestors and Descendants", Melva Irene Kirkpatrick Koepele

MJM Myrna Jean Wingert, 1929.9.29, G14312111

MK Martha Knaggs knaggs@connect.net

MKM Merikay Mestad mmestad@ncn.net

MKR Marcia Kyle, 1941, G184112521 fmkr@swbell.net

MKW Meta Karen Wingard, 1941.7.21, G181159311 danmeta@juno.com

MLB Michael Kevin Book and Lisa Lisa Marie Lawyer information

MLFH "The Michael Lesher Family History", 1979 by Amos L. Brechbill, 1902.12.21 1990.2.10, G12323313 and Alvin Henry Brechbill, 1906.3.26, G12323315

MLH "The Heisey Family in America", M. Luther Heisey, 1941

MLM Mary Elaine Law Miller marylaw@erols.com based on research of Marian Bonwell

MLN Margaret Lucille Nauman, 1953.4.26, G113226135

MLW "Wenger Memoirs and Autobiography of Martin Light Wenger -and his wife Christina Studebaker", by Christian M. Wenger,G141273 Press of C. B. Hubbard, South Bend, Ind. 1898. This source covers Martin Wenger, 1780.12.23 1860.8.23, G1412and his wife Maria Elizabeth Light, 1784.5.20 1823.10.13, G1312-and is based on the researches of Martin L. Wenger, G14127

MMA Margaret Marie Alexander, 1924

MMF Michele Anne Mosser, 1966.5.7, G222712211, * misha66@juno.com

MMU Marilyn Mae Menzies, 1926, G188122221

MNL "Layman", 1983-84 by Mary Nash Layman Woodmansee, Doylestown, PA (found in the Roanoke Library, Virginia room)

MODB Mohler database at www.gendex.com/users/mohlerl/mohlerl/surnames.html?

MOR Michael O. Reck moreck@juno.com

MP Mary Pangle. Mary provided to DLW from various books including the Brumbaugh and Royer book and from her own research. Her kind assisantance is greatly appreciated.

MP2 Melissa Ann Jury, 1976.10.27, G174213D421 brandonLpedigo@worldnet.att.net See also MAJ

MRS Marvin Roy Sauder, 1945.12.29, G137A2255

MRW Mark R. Wenger markw@mingus.music.com

MTM Mary Todd Morgan

MW Matt T. Wingerd WINGERDM@bcbsil.com

MTW "The Families of Menno S. Brubaker and Anna Laura Root", 1997, Mildred T. Wilson

MTW2 Matthew Todd Wingerd, 1969.3.18, G174276821 m.wingerd@worldnet.att.net

MWE Marian Winifred Eppley, 1940.10.1, G32251522 stephens@snowhill.com

MWH "Hoover Genealogy, 1763 1963", based on researches of Barbara H. Burkholder and Anna Mary Burkholder. This work gives the descendants of Martin Huber, 1799 1823, G1237 -and Annie Wenger, 1799.1.13 1862.8.8, G1453-

MWM Margaret Webb Megill (Margaret Webb, 1925.2.22, G141133281x, *)

NB Norma J. Bruce nbruce@pop.service.ohio-state.edu

NBK "Kready Genealogy", 1976 by Norman B. Kready

ND Nathan Alan Davis, 1973.11.30, G140821821, *

NDB Neil de Boer deboern@home.com

NEB "The History of the Josiah E. Brubaker Family", by Naomi E. Brubaker

NJP Nancy J. Piper npiper@maxiis.com

NKH "The Descendants of James Allen Brickey and Priscilla Ann Gish", 1983 by Nancy Keith Hough. passed to DLW via CGV (Nancy Geraldine Cardell, 1946.7.25, G1822512351)

NLB "The Family of Israel Denlinger and Mary Denlinger Hyre of Dayton, Montgomery Co. Ohio", 1965 by Nancy Landes Bauman, 1965 - Nancy Carol Landes, 1934.3.1, G1312552111

NLJ Nancy Catherine Leeg, 1936.11.10, G18221977

NLS Ned Lentz Solenberger, 1944.10.12, G1413612321 and Katherine

NN Neff Family Historical Society, P. O. Box 212, Princeton Junction, NJ 08550-0212, William A. Neff & J. F. Murray

NNS Niagara Notes, May, 1994, provided by Joan Somers. Notes from the bible of David Climenhaga, 1826.8.24 1913.8.5, G3314

NRB Nelson Roy Burkholder, 1953.10.30, G147192262 Nelson prepared an update to BHB (to be published 2000).

NRF "Naff and Related Families" 1979 by John W. Boitnott

NT Norris Taylor nmt1@ix.netcom.com

NWN Norman Wenger Nauman, 1897.1.5 1985.5.15, G1132261 was a major Wenger researcher. Much of the inspiration for this publication came from his efforts. Much of the information in this book is due to his years of research. His research records are stored at the Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society outside of Lancaster, Pa.

NZ Norman Zook, M.D. provided family

NZW "The Noah Zook Wenger and Emma Catherine Myers Wenger Family Tree", 1989 by Mildred Morrow Heberlig

OD "Ohio Directory of The Old German Baptist Brethren, 1998"

OML "The Descendants ofd Isaac Long, 17xx 1837", by Omer M. Long

OOMC "Familes of the Old Order Mennonite Church in Ontario", Jan. 1998 by Edwin and Lydia Weber

OORB "History of the Old Order River Brethren" 1972 by Laban T. Brechbill, 1892.2.27 1974.2.4, G1452771, 0 (note: this also may mean that the person is a member of the Old Order Riber Brethren)

PAH Phyllis Ann Hoover, 1946.8.24, G22271221 (Schaeffer) schfam@paonline.com

RAP "Record of Appointment of Postmasters, 1832 1971", Federal records microfilm

PA "Peter Angle 1754-1968", 1969 by Eula Ferguson Angle

PAB Polly Anna Brubaker, 1969.11.16, G1312716334

PB "A History and Genealogy of Peter Bert", Eldon F. Bert, Editor, 1987 LCCCN 87-050514

PB2 Patricia Bucher

PBP Asa Eli Bert, 1939.7.22, G1235112A3 and Grace Ellen Raser, 1940.9.20,, º

PC Paul Cockrell Paul20436@prodigy.net

PD See PHD

PEG "Peter Eichenberg Genealogy" see HGPE

PF Philip Fees pfees@rmi.net

PFH "Peiffer Family History", 1982 by Millie Peiffer

PG "Pennsylvania Genealogies Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German", William Henry Egle

PGH "Holsinger Family History", 1959 by Paul G. Holsinger

PGF "The Peter Good 1530-1995 Family Book" by Dale & Verlene Weber

PHD Pryse Henry Duerfeldt, 1935.2.2, G183231522, Dr. pduerfel@nmu.edu

PK Patricia Louise Ford, 1953.3.24, G175811241

PKM Pamela Keever Melton, G1411231xxx DRMELT@aol.com

PL Pat Lanane planane@seidata.com

PLA Paul L. Akers pbeakers@futura.net

PM2 Patricia Morano

PMH "Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage", various issues

PMH2 Paul Michael Hoze sunpaul@frontiernet.net

PMW "Noah B. Weaver Family History, Year 2000", by Paul M. Weaver

PNM "Places near the Mountain", by Helen R. Prillaman. Gish and Nininger families in Va.

PNS "History of John G. Shirk, Ancestors and Descendants", 1979 by Peter N. Shirk

PPA Pamela (Cramer) Paddock, 1947.5.29, G188B5421 pparnold@yahoo.com

PPP "The Peffley--Peffly--Pefley Families In America, and Allied Families", 1938, May M. Frost and Earl C. Frost

PR Paul Robertson PaulLDS@aol.com

PW Paul G. (Pete) Winger winger_p@popmail.firn.edu

PWG "History of the Wingert (Wenger) Family", Phyllis Wingert Gandy, 1960

PZM Patti Joy Zimmerman, 1950~, G18321273xx, * pmurray@orednet.org

RADZ Ruth Arlene Dangler, 1936.1.13, G147151121

RAE "Eby Genealogy" 1975 by Richard A. Eby

RAG R. A. Gilmore RAGilmore@aol.com

RAH Ruth Elizabeth Aughinbaugh, 1923.1.12, G123331142 from Ralph Hoover, 1912~, G12333131, 0 of Big Run, Pa.

RB Robert Donald Bensing, 1952.6.28,, *

RB2 "History and Record of the Clan of Rudolph Bollinger from Switzerland", Noa Bollinger

RBW Ronald Benjamin Wingerd, 1950.7.20, G181335733 ron_wingerd_sr@udlp.com

RC Roger Ralph Cramer, 1943.8.22, G132516222 RogerCubs@aol.com

RCG Richard C. Gethmann gethmann@erols.com

RCL Raymond Clyde Lantz, 1951.11.20, G144262451 Raymond supplied extensive information on the Detwiler line

RCM Regina Christman-Martin. Regina Sue Christman, 1971.11.23, G1402164221, * (some of which came from Ora Christman)

RCS Ralph and Cindy Siegrist crs@minn.net

RCW Richard R. & Carol Jean Weber weberc_r@clark.net

RCW1 Ray Clayton Wenger, 1950.11.9, G188136324 options@cybersouth.com

RDB Rita Darlene Richardson, 1932.11.24

RDD Richard D. Dice Dices4@aol.com

RDH Robert D. Harter bob.harter@unh.edu rdharter@nh.ultranet.com rharter@bigfoot.com

RDW Roger Daniel Winger, 1896.2.16 1990.2.21, G1832655, Rev. "Wenger Clan Notes" These Notes are publications of The Wenger Family Association, Lancaster Co. Pa. and were published in the 1950s. Much other came from the records that Roger compiled over many years of research. DLW had access to those records and spent five days with a copy machine in the garage of Jay Wenger. Those records are now with the Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society. The five day effort resulted in 30 lbs of copies that were then studied over the following years. It was the publication of the "Wenger Clan Notes" that first introduced DLW to the efforts of serious genealogists.

REB Robert E. Brady rebrady@eskimo.com

RED "The Denlinger Family", Ralph E. Denlinger, PMH Vol. III, No. 3, July 1980

REDP Ralph E. Denlinger communications

REG "Descendants of Jacob Good", 1987 by Rufus S. Good

REW Ralph Edgar McCulloh Winger, 1891.6.16 1981.1.24, G184A38, Ph.D. 0

RFH "The Risser Family, Our Heritage", 1985 by Commitee

RG See RFH

RG Ron Graham ragraham@teleport.com

RH Rodney (Rod) Eugene Heberlig, 1958.5.14, G1889B1345

RHS "A Backward Glance" by R. Henry Samson

RHW "My Life and Times", by Roy Harper Wenger, a genealogy of Abraham Hoover Wenger, 1823.5.29 1899.2.23, G14523 Roy is Roy Harper Wenger, 1897.3.3, G188A521, Rev.

RHW "A Bit of Genealogy" by Roy Harper Wenger gives the descendants of Abraham Zook Wenger, 1846.10.2 1913.9.11, G188A5

RKN Rachel E. Kulp, 1929.1.30, G18951642. Rachel also updated the document SEM. Information labled SEM and associated with dates after 1972 is due to her.

RLE "Family Record of Preacher Benjamin Eby and his Descendants", 1978 by Ruth L. Eby (Ruth Leona Eby, 1921.1.8, G14737232, 0)

RLE2 Theresa Ann Spitler Eberly rachaele@talon.net

RLH Robert L. Higgins, 1934.2.20, G14521793 rlh@innernet.net

RLMA "The Rotz Family", Compiled by Richard L. Miller and Richard L. Arnold, 1989 Gateway Press, Inc. LCCCN 89-84633

RLO Richard Lee Oakes, 1944.3.4, G1411453231, *

RLW Richard Lee Winger, 1943.8.27, G14546221, 0, private records and independent research. The regarding the descendants of Abraham Wenger, G145 is based upon the personal researches of Richard Lee Winger, work carried out over the years since 1984. In the process of researching the descendants of Abraham, Richard Winger made a complete study of Hans' descendants in Franklin County, Pa. which included many of John Wenger's, G14 and Martin Wenger's, G18 descendants. These researches led to the identification of Abraham Wenger, G145 as a son of John Wenger, G14, an identification postulated first by Samuel S. Wenger in a conversation with Richard Winger. It should be mentioned that the above ordering of the children of Hans Wenger is the new ordering. Richard has served as the Historian for the Wenger Family Association for several years and we are all indebted to him for his careful and complete research. ban@igc.org

RM Ron McAdams mcadams@flyernet.udayton.edu

RMB Rick M. Bender paladin2@uswest.net

RMB2 Robert McKelvy Bird, 1937.12.1, G133542111, * rmckbird@earthlink.net

RME Robert Miller Etter, 1932.7.13, G123121852 retter@unca.campus.mci.net

RMW Ronald Mentzer Wenger, 1941.6.6, G188136321 Couchpotato1@juno.com

RNU "John Burkhart Family History, 1747 1985", 1985 by Raymond N. Ulrich

ROB "Brovont Book" by Ray O. Brovont (see Eric Blocher Elbocher@aol.com)

ROR "The Ranks of The Rancks, A Ranck/Rank Family History and Genealogy", 1978 by J. Allan Ranck

RR Roger Rhoads Roger_Rhoads@montellna.com

RRA Ruth R. Acevedo

RRF "Three Centuries with the Rosenberger-Rosenberry Family 1698-1983", complied by Myra J. Fields, 1983

RRW "Jacob Stoner and the Seven Siblings" Richard R. Weber, PMH Jan. 1998

RRW "Stoner Brethren", 1993 by Richard R. Weber

RS Roger Sellers rogerage@lascruces.com

RS2 C. Robert Secrist, Galesburg, Michigan SecristBob@aol.com

RSL Richard Shull Lehman, 1924.10.24, G18832031

RSLC Regina Sue Christman, 1971.11.23, G1402164221, * cemetery listing

RSM Raymond Sauder Martin MartinRS@aol.com

RW Robert A. Wenger, C3824C53 Robert is a Christian Wenger, C line historian

RWG Ruth Darlene Weitzel, 1952.6.7, G1234161121

RWH Robert W. Hermsen rhermsen@casagrande.com

RWR Raymond Wilbur Rife, 1941.12.26, G147114x4 rarife@netaxs.com

RWW Ralph W. Wenger, 1924.7.8, G141145421

RXR Rex Lamar Russel Rex@midusa.net via MTW2

SAK Sarah A. Kerns

SB "The House of Spittler-Spitler, 1736-1976", 1977, by Gale E. S. Honeyman (Gale Edwin Spitler Honeyman, 1938.7.8, G1411346311, 0)

SB2 Sue Bowman (Mrs. Robert A .Bowman) QDAA18A@prodigy.com

SB3 "Family Records of the descendants of Pioneer Joseph Bauman, also some records of David and Henry Bauman", 1967 by Sarah Bauman / LDS Vault US/CAN Film 908671 Item 2

SBF "A Study of the Brandt family of Lebanon Co., PA"

SBH Sandra Boles Haugner haugner@earthlink.net

SC Sandy Clippinger

SCFT see GC

SEM "Eby Family History", 1972 by Simeon E. Martin, printed by Earle K. Wenger, Battle Creek, Mich. passed to DLW by RKN. RKN updated this document. Information labeled SEM and associated with dates after 1972 is due to her.

SEW Samuel Esbenshade Wenger, 1938.4.20, G13798461 provided the on his ancestors and other Hans Wenger descendants. See "Descendants of Johann Daniel Espenshied and Elizabeth Lefever of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania", Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage, Vol. XVII, no. 4, Oct. 1994. Samuel is the son of Samuel S. Wenger, Editor in chief of "The Wenger Book". Samuel is a descendant of Christian Wenger, immigrant of 1727 as well as a descendant of Hans Wenger.

SF Scott Feldmaier 106135.3520@compuserve.com

SF "Small Family" unknown author, found in the Franklin County Historical Society

SFA1 "The Studebaker Family in America - 1736-1986", Volume I, Ralph Epler Studebaker & Emmert Studebaker

SFA2 "The Studebaker Family in America - 1736-1986", Volume II, Ralph Epler Studebaker & Emmert Studebaker, 1986 LCCN 86-61143

SFA3 "The Studebaker Family in America - 1736-1986", Volume III, Ralph Epler Studebaker & Emmert Studebaker

SFP "We Weren't Always Prisers", 1995, by Surle Franklin Priser

SFR Shantz Family Record #1 found in the archives of LMHS

SFT "The Shetter Family Tree", 1994, Lois Ann Mast

SK Sandy Kauffman SKauff5096@aol.com

SKB Sandy Kauffman Bates SBates1011@aol.com

SL ShariL100@aol.com

SLC Shirley Louise Thomson, 1935~, G189226x3, a *

SLM Susie Lubberts Macdonald macgen@cgocable.net

SM Shirley Stover Murray, G141248831. Her information on Elizabeth Wenger, G14124 descendants came from a book in the possession of Walter L. Rinehart of Vandalia, Ohio, 1973. See entry for Walter in regard to the day bed at the Garst museum. Murray480@aol.com

S_M Sandra Howry, 1955.11.20, G137356713, *

SMH Stanley M. Horst, 1925.6.9, G141316543

SMW Susan Mae Wenger, 1951.6.3, G111213121, *

SN Scott Leroy Nicodemus, 1951.6.10, G1412486261 nicodemus@wesnet.com

SN2 Sherry Ann Taylor, 1950~, G1814143311, * xhermark@earthlink.net

SOR Stacie onionring@BLomand.Net

SPB Sophia Pearl Brubaker, 1941.10.18

SR Susan Reisinger

SRB "Genealogical Records of the Royer Family in America, Sabastian Royer's Family", by Rev. J. G. Francis, 1928

SRR Sherrie Renee Reinford, 1977.6.23, G137A222263, * sreinford@hotmail.com

SS Stephen Shirk, Ind.

SS2 Stephen Paul Shirk, 1967.5.5

SWC Susan Winters Cohen COHENSW@UCMAIL.UC.EDU

TAS "The Sherk Family", 1986 by Thomas A. Sherk

TDM "Family History and Descendants of Joseph W. Martin and Elizabeth W. Nolt, 1872 1999" by Timothy D. Martin

TFF "The Forney Family" 1926 by John K. Forney via David Forney waterworld2@earthlink.net

TM Tracey Mitchell oldwell@flash.net

TMF "The Meyers Family" by Helen Brechbill Meyers and Helen Meyers Lehman

TMT Martha (Marti) Joan Stauffer, 1945.7.20, G131251631 tgtmjt@npcc.net

TNC Thelma Catharine Neff, 1922.12.1, G131441423

TRL "A Tree in a Forrest", 1985 by Thomas R. Lehman

TTB "The Thuma Book, John Thuma/Thumma and Catharine Hollinger", by Sonnie Thuma Fissel SonnieF@aol.com

TW Terri Walker terjess@earthlink.net

TWB "The Wenger Book", edited by Samuel S. Wenger, 1978. Published by the Pennsylvania German Heritage History, Inc., Lancaster, Pa. This is a major book on the descendants of Christian Wenger, C and Eve Graybill and of families married into those descendants. The on related families provides the basis for research on many of the large well known families of early Lancaster Co. Pa. The book provides some on the descendants of Hans Wenger, G, although there are significant errors in the on Hans' descendants. The claim that Abraham Wenger, G17 (new ordering) married an Indian squaw by the name of Anna Eroe is incorrect. He married Anna Groh. John Wingert, G121 in "The Wenger Book", is actually K1401, a descendant of another Wenger immigrant. Christian Wenger, G125 in TWB is actually K1404. Susanna Wenger, G142 of TWB is actually E19, a descendant of Hans Wenger, immigrant of 1737. Most importantly, Abraham Wenger, G140 of TWB is actually G1415 The descendants G1711 through G1719 of TWB are actually G181 through G189 (new ordering). Joseph Wenger, G173 of TWB is actually G183 (new ordering). His descendants should be renumbered to reflect this change. Abraham Wenger, G1777 of TWB is actually G188 (new ordering). His descendants should be renumbered to reflect this change. Martin Winger, G1721 of TWB is actually G1831 (new ordering). His descendants should be renumbered to reflect this change. The entry on page 1033 for AA1 has been identified as Joseph (Wingert) Wenger, 1808 1880.10.10, G1819

TWP twparker@sprynet.com

Vind. Vindicator, German Baptist Obituaries

VAG Veronica Anguiano veronica@anguiano.net

VIN Vindicator, German Baptist Obituaries

VLW Vernon (Vern) Leroy Wingert, 1941.7.7, G18891015, Rev. Wingertv@aol.com

VLWB "Genealogical Report on Some Byers and Related Families from Franklin Co., PA", draft Aug. 1999 by Vernon (Vern) Leroy Wingert

VRS Vera R. Shonk, 1959/60

VS Vanessa Stern

VW Virinia Walters vewaltpp@Alaska.NET

WAH Wyn Achenbaum wcachen@pop4.ibm.net

WAN "The Neff-Näf Family", A History of the Descendants of Henry Neff, 1991

WBE "Family Record of the Descendants of Jacob Eby, 1815 1896 and Mary (Polly) Bingeman, 1820 1915" 1992 by Wendell E. Eby

WES William Edward Sharp, 1940.2.6, G183228421

WC Wendy Chizek chizekw@titanlink.com

WCD Wanda Cornwell Donthnier donthnw@email.uc.edu

WCD2 "2000 West Coast Directory, Old German Baptist Brethren", James & Doria Shuman

WDG William Douglas Galebach, 1943.12.3, G141886111, * w3igj@prodigy.net

WDW Wiley Donald Wenger, 1932.2.3, G141523542 wwenger@teleport.com

WJL Wilbur J. Linder

WLL "The William and Lucinda Landes Family", April 1987 by Alva D. Landes, Covington, Ohio

WN William Neff

WNW William Noble Wingerd , E18A223

WO William Oberholtzer of Bethlehem, PA

WOH William O. Hykes. William is president of the Orrstown Historical Society and prepared an update of the book, "My Life and Times" by Roy Harper Wenger, 1897.3.3 1993.3.10, G188A521, Rev.

WRH William Roger Harris, 1930~, G172144111, * Roger has done extensive research on the descendants of Abraham Wenger, 1740 1808, G17, (i1748.9.16) rogerharris@cyg.net His help on the Canadian Wingers has been invaluable.

WS William Wenger Saylor, 1923.1.23, G11322515 and Mabel Wenger (Ristenbatt) Wenger, 1925.9.26, C7207751. Much of their information was entered into a genealogy program by David Earl Ristenbatt, 1949.1.19, G132421B332 and sent to DLW. It was William and Mabel's search for the Stefan Wenger, G11 cemetery that led to the discovery of the Wenger Farm Cemetery on Shumaker Road.

WW Wayne Watkins DLW spent a week with Wayne at the Brookville Historical Society, Brookville, Montgomery Co. Ohio where he offers assistance to researchers. Waynes help was invaluable in understanding the Montgomery Co. descendants. His assistance is greatly appreciated

W53 "Early History and Genealogy of the Anderson-McCullough-McCune Families and Related Lines of Franklin County, Pa.", 1953 by Elizabeth Brubaker Wolff

X31 Orpha Elizabeth Boyer, 1922.6.25, G14120471 via RW

X51 Anna Elizabeth Climenhaga, 1923.9.26 1993, G3314191, 0 via RW

X612 Carlin Lee Wenger, 1947.5.17, G141204912 via RW

YE Yolanda Edler mad@avci.net

ZFR "Ziegler Family Record", 1990 Floyd R. and Kathryn G. Mason

(Chart) From a family chart found among the papers of RDW giving much of the family of Abraham Wenger, 1740 1808, G17, (i1748.9.16) and in particular of Martin Wenger, 1812.1.3 1881.5.15, G1771. It is believed that the chart was prepared by Stanley Alleman Wengert, 1897.9.8 1995.5.8, G1771341 about 1935


There are many other sources of family that were helpful to this research and that have not been identified, mainly due to lack of knowledge of their names. I offer my apologies to the authors and wish to express the gratitude of the descendants for their efforts that have provided us with the information that might otherwise be lost forever.

Introduction   Acknowledgements   Explanation of Notations

Other Abbreviations   Other Wenger Progenitors   Sources of Information   Location of Cemeteries  

Surname List

Location of Cemeteries


Note: In 1941 the US Army acquired land in Letterkenny Twp. Franklin Co. Pa. to be used as a depot. Nine cemeteries were on that land and access to the cemeteries requires special permission from the Army. Several of those cemeteries contain G line descendants, in particular the Plesant Hill Brethren in Christ Cem., the Pleasant Hill Mennonite Cem., the Burkholder Cem. and the Strasburg Mennonite Cem.

Abbottsville Cemetery Located in Darke Co., Ohio on rt. 49 south of Greenville at Abbottsville.

Air Hill Brethren in Christ Church Cemetery. AHCC Located in Greene Twp. Franklin Co., Pa. three miles north of Chambersburg on Route 997 (the old Route 2). John B. Wenger listed all inscriptions in 1959. Early graves date from 1830. Originally called the Kreider Cemetery. Also called the Dunkard Church, Mt. Airy near Nyestown CHPS gives the location as 40º.59N 77º38.11W

Air Hill Cemetery located in Greene Twp., Franklin Co., PA

Antrim Mennonite Church Cemetery Antrim Twp. Franklin Co. Pa. located off of route 16 near Brown's Mill on the corner of Zarger Road and Antrim Church Road. RCM. Also called Brethren in Christ Cem. Greencastle, Pa.

Antrim Twp. Farm Cemetery located on the farm belonging to Mr. David Rudolph, and formerly belonging to Samuel Wingerd, E166. It is situated about 1/4 mile east of legislative route 887 and about 1/2 mile north of the village of Mason Dixon, Pa. The cemetery plot is surrounded by an iron pipe fence , but the iron wire fencing has long since rusted away. The plot has been covered over with a slab of concrete and all headstones are cemented in place. Some data has been covered with cement. The headstones are arranged in rows running north and south, all facing east. The cemetery plot is approximately 45 feet long and 22 feet wide and is located about 966 feet southwest of the barn. (Information from J. Pfluege, 1971)

Appanosse Cemetery located near Overbrook in Douglas Co., KS

Arlington Cemetery Montgomery Co., OH located on National Rd. just west of Arlington which is north of Brookville. There are two cemeteries there. Parish is on the south side of the road, Arlington Cem. is on the north side.

Athens Cemetery Jewell Co., KS

Back Creek Cemetery is now the Lithia Baptist Church Cem., Lithia, Botetourt Co. VA See Lithia Baptist Church

Bareville Union Cemetery - West Earl Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 40º54.6N76º10.16W Located west of Bareville to the north of SR23 (New Holland Pike) on the west side of Brethren Church Road. AHR Bareville Brethren Cemetery (CHPS)

Bear Creek Cemetery located on Rt. 35 in Madison Twp., Montgomery Co., OH

Bellegrove United Brethren (now United Methodist) Church Cemetery Bellegrove, Lebanon Co. Pa.

Belle Springs Cemetery located south of Navarre, Dickenson County, Kansas

Bertie Brethren in Christ Cemetery BBC located on Church Road just west of Stevensville, Ontario, Canada. Site of the original Tunker Church

Bethel Cemetery located in Randolph Twp., Montgomery Co., Ohio south of West Milton on the Phillipsburg,-Union Road between State Routes 48 and 49. The road is just north of Union. There are two cemeteries on this road.. Going west from State Route 48, the first cemetery is about 1 mile on the right and is called Minnich Cemetery. The second cemetery is a few miles further west and is much closer to Phillisburg, Ohio. This second cemetery, which is on the right, is Bethel Cememtery. (thanks to Lynn Applegate, lapplegate@ravenet.com).

Bert-Hoover Cemetery located about two miles north of Newburg, Pa. on the Tree Square Hollow Road.

Bishop Hans Tschantz's Cemetery - West Lampeter Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 39º58.33N76º13.47W. Located south west of Strasburg on the west side of Pequea Lane south of Penn Grant Road In poor condition in 1982 AHR Musser Graveyard (CHPS)

Black Creek Pioneer Cemetery Located on College Road, in former Bertie Twp., Lot 14 Concession 10, now in the town of Fort Eric, Ontario. Also known as Bolden or Tunker or Winger Cemetery. The entrance is on the south side of College Road, approximately 1500 feet through the golf course between Winger Road and Sider Road. The entrance gate is ornamented with the name "Black Creek Pioneer Cemetery". The Black Creek is the natural limit on the south side. The cemetery is on a 200 acre piece of land bought in 1799 by John Winger the first Bishop of the Tunker Church of Canada, now Brethren in Christ. He came to Ontario and obtained land on Dec. 16, 1799, settling by Black Creek in a beautiful heavily wooded area on which land the present Black Creek Cemetery is located. His is buried there, having died in 1828. Names found in the graveyard are: Beam, Climenhaga, House, High, Sherk, Sider, Winger, Zimmerman, all relatives of the Wingers or members of the Tunker Church. The Bishops of Black Creek District were: (ALW)

John Hansley Winger, 1740 1828, G31, Bishop (i1749.9.9) first Bishop of the Tunker Church of Canada
Peter Winger, 1796.8.22 1879.2.20, G310, Bishop
Abraham Winger, 1825.10.3 1904.10.6, G1758, Bishop
Jonas Winger, 1857.8.24 1922.2.2, G17586, Bishop
Bert Sherk, 1875.7.1 1959.6.1,, Bishop married Catherine M. Winger, 1876.5.2 1953.3.23, G31089
William Charlton, 1896.12.20 1974.11.3,, Bishop married Lillie (Lila) Mae Sider, 1900.2.2 1953, G326622 and Anna Pearl Winger, 1906.8.6, G3225112, 0

Brandt's Church Cemetery Located on Route 1 St. Thomas, Franklin Co. Pa. Road no. 28082 Three miles south west of St. Thomas, Pa.

Brackbill-Neff Cemetery - Strasburg Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 39º58.19N76º11.379W vic Located three fourths of a mile southwest of Strasburg on the south side of Twin Elm Road AHR (CHPS)

Brechbill Cemetery Hamilton Twp., Franklin Co., PA located on Route 3 between Portico School and Frey's Mill on the Ft. McCord Road, Chambersburg, Pa. located on the original Christian Brechbill farm.

Brown's Mill Church Cemetery Located near Greencastle, Pa. Old Order German Baptist?

Brinzer Cemetery see Siloam

Brown's Mill Church of the Brethren Cemetery located north of Greencastle at Marion, Antrim Twp. Franklin Co. Pa.

Burkholder Cemetery Located on the farm land of Abraham Wingert, G145 in Letterkenny Twp. Franklin Co. Pa. (later owned by his son Christian). The cemetery was formed about 1820-30 from a portion of his land and that of two neighbors. The land was purchased in 1941 by the US Army and is now located in the Letterkenny Ordinance Depot. It lies about 3/4 miles as the crow files north of Pleasant Hall, Pa. In 1959 John B. Wenger copied from all markers in the cemetery. Information from his listing is indicated with JBW. There were 113 readable stones. All but a few of the stones belong to descendants of Hans Wenger, G1

Burkholder United Church Cemetery located on Mohawk Road East, Hamilton Twp., Ontario, Canada

Cedar Grove Cemetery Chambersburg, Franklin Co., Pa.

Cedar Grove Cemetery Fredericksburg, Lebanon Co., Pa. north east of the town. 40º26.55N76º25.25W

Cedar Hill Cemetery Greencastle, Antrim Twp., Franklin Co., Pa. on route 16, one mile West of Greencastle.

Chambersburg Mennonite Church Cemetery, CMCC The first person to be buried here was Daniel Groff, 1795.11.24 1857.8.22 The second person was David W. Horst, 1820.9.8 1858.3.5, C5442, Rev. (DRL)

Christ Church Cemetery - Mastersonville, Rapho Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 40º11.44N76º29.07W Located on the east side of Colbrook Road at Mastersonville Road. AHR Mastersonville Brethren in Christ Cemetery (CHPS)

Church of God Cemetery located on Route 533 near Orrstown, Franklin Co. Pa.

Coble Cemetery St. Thomas Twp. Franklin Co. Pa. north of Lincoln Way West that runs from Chambersburg to Loudon

Criders Cemetery located 5 miles north west of Chambersburg, Pa. on the former Ross Meyers Farm on Route 4

Crider Cemetery located 2 miles west of Chambersburg, PA on the Gerald Peckman property on Peckman Drive.

Christ Church Cemetery located on Mastersonville Road in Mastersonville, Rapho Twp. Lancaster Co. Pa.

Daleville Cemetery Located on Rt. 220 at Daleville, Va.

Denlinger Cemetery - Lancaster, East Lampeter Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 40º1.12N76º13.18W vic Located about a mile east of the "Zook Greenhouse" along Gridely Road which is about a half mile south of the Dutch Wonderland Amusement Park on Route 30 east of Lancaster. It is situated on a knoll and is hidden from view by trees and undergrowth. In neglect. (CHPS)

Denton Cemetery See Tombstone Cemetery

Detwiler Cemetery From Altoona take Rt 36 South past Hollidaysburg. After Hollidaysburg, stay on Rt 36 south to Roaring Spring. At Roaring Spring take a left onto Rt 164 toward Martinsburg (about 6 miles ). In Martinsburg take a left onto Rt 866 (North). On Rt 866 there is a cemetery of unknown name on your right. Along this road is where many Wikes, Detwilers, Clappers, Rhodes lived. The Detwiler cemetery is on the left on some farmland now owned by the Smith family. There is a road to turn onto from Rt 866. The cemetery is on the left. (BW)

Dillers Mennonite Church Cemetery DMCC Located in West Pennsboro, Twp. Cumberland Co. Pa.

Donnelsville Cemetery North Hampton Co. Ohio

Ebenezer Cemetery (Ebenezer Greenwood) Located just north west of Lebanon, Pa. 40º21.31N76º27.35W

Eby Cemetery - Monterey Upper Leacock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania 400410N0761041W Located at the Monterey Chapel. Also called the Monterey Chapel Cemetery. The Monterey Chapel was originally the Eby Meetinghouse of the German Baptists (Dunkards now Church of the Brethren) but the graveyard was there before the church. The land for the church was sold or donated by Henry Eby, 1812.3.11 1887.2.2, G13172 and Mary Resh, 1814.9.8 1893.1.16. The graves are about 75% Eby's. JEM Monterey Chapel Cemetery q.v. (CHPS)

Ehrstine Cemetery Madison Twp. Montgomery Co. Ohio

Fairview Cemetery Located in the SE corner of National Road (the old original National Trail) US 40 and Union Road in Englewood, Randolph Twp., Montgomery Co. OH RO

Fairview Cemetery Located in Martinsburg,, Blair Co., PA

Falling Spring Church Cemetery Located in Guilford Twp. Franklin Co. Pa.

Frantz Cemetery Located about eighty rods south of the National Road, three miles west of Springfield, Ohio

Fretz Cemetery Located on the original John Fretz property, Lots 2 and 3, Concession 15, 16 of Bertie Twp. Ontario. Cemetery found in 1971 as follows: Three miles south of the Brethren in Christ Church, Welland, Ont. about a mile off the old Garrison Rd. off the first sideroad which is west of Point Abino Rd.

Frey Cemetery Greene Twp. Franklin Co. Pa. on the original Frey farm of John and Anna (RCM)

Gibble Cemetery Rapho Twp. Lancaster Co. Pa.

Gish-Snider Cemetery Located on Spring Valley farm between Amsterdam and Trinity, Rt. 220 south of Fincastle, Va. Many unmarked graves

Gipe's Grove Cem. Franklin Co. Pa.

Grantville Cemetery Grantville, East Hanover Twp. Dauphin Co. Pa. See St. John United Methodist Cemetery (adjacent to East Hanover Twp. Lebanon Co. Pa. )

Green Hill Cemetery South Potomac Street (PA 316) Waynesboro, Pa.

Greenmound Cemetery New Madison, Darke Co. Ohio

Greenville Union Cemetery Located at the edge of town Greenville, Darke Co. Ohio. Union Cemetery is the older portion of the cemetery. It contains some re-internments from the Water Street Cemetery and the Briggs graveyard.

Grindstone Hill Cemetery Located along Pa. Route 316 between Waynesboro and Chambersburg, Pa.

Grove Mill Cemetery Lancaster Co. Pa.?

Hades Church Cemetery Hades Brethern Church Antrim Twp. Franklin Co. Pa. along Hades Church Road three miles north of Shady Grove and six miles southeast of Chambersburg. Land sold by Emmanuel Hade in 1869 to build a church building. RCM

Hanoverdale Brethren Cemetery Located on Hwy. 39 south of Hwy 22 Hershey Road South and Devonshire Heights Road at the Church of the Brethren, Dauphin Co. Pa.

Happy Corner Cemetery Located just east of Union Blvd, Montgomery Co. Ohio

Heisey Hill Cemetery Gormley, Ontario, Canada

Henry Small Farm Cemetery Located 1/2 way between New Franklin and Marion, Guilford Twp. Franklin Co. Pa.

Hernley Mennonite Cemetery - Rapho Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 40º10.48N76º24.17W Located at Hernley's Church northwest of Manheim near the intersection of East Hernly Road and SR 72 at about 285 East Hernly Road. (CHPS)

Hill Church Cemetery Located in Cleona, PA

Hillside Cemetery Sedgewick, Kansas

Hoch Cemetery Lurgan Twp., Franklin Co., PA. near Roxbury, PA. Also known as Shoemaker Cem. State Hwy 997 to Otterbein School Road. Turn east to the first farm house. The cem. is behind the barn

Holsinger Cemetery Bakers Summit, Woodbury Twp., Bedford Co., PA

Howry Cemetery - Strasburg Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 39º59.36N76º10.57W - Located 1/2 Mile north of Strasburg on the west side of SR896/Hartman Bridge Road AHR (CHPS)

John Miller Farm Family Cemetery Located on the farm of Willis Lesher in a patch of woods approximately 1/4 mile nortth of Legislative Route No. 28079 (Swamp Fox Road) in Guilford Twp. Franklin Co. Pa. (approx. 39°51.67N 77°39.4W)

Kieffer Cemetery Located on the eastern boundary of West Hanover Twp. on the farm owned by D. Kieffer across the line in Hanover Twp. Dauphin Co. Pa. about a mile north of the Hanoverdale Brethren Church. The 1875 Dauphin Co. Atlas shows the location.

Kreider Cemetery Located in Pequea Twp. Lancaster Co. Pa. beside the road leading from Highland Inn on the Willow St. turnpike (Fulton Highway) to New Danville, Pa. GCK

Kreider Cemetery Lebanon Co. Pa. Located on the line between the original two Kreider properties on Snitz Creek, Lebanon Co. Pa. today (1919) south of the fair grounds a quarter of a mile, on the line between the Lorenzo Laudermilch farm and the Uhrich farm. About 55 by 60 feet surrounded by rough wire. JGFK

Kreider Cemetery see Air Hill Cemetery

Landis Valley Cemetery - Manheim Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 40º54.3N76º16.25W - Located west of SR 272/Reading Road at Valley Road. AHR Landis Valley Mennonite Cemetery (CHPS)

Laymantown Cemetery located in Laymantown, Botetourt Co., VA

Light Cemetery (Light Burial Plot) Bethel Twp. Lebanon Co. Pa. 40°24'39''N76°24'43''W estimated. Located on the road from Lebanon to Fredericksburg, after passing Freeport Mills, turn right at the second farm house about one fourth of a mile. (believed to be Lightchurch Road) (JGF)

Lincoln Cemetery Chambersburg, Franklin Co. Pa.

Lithia Baptist Church Cemetery Lithia, Botetourt Co. VA (Back Creek Cem.) Founded 1848 The Church was a union church having Baptist, Brethern, Lutheran, and Methodist worshipping there. On Jan. 4, 1902 it became Baptist. DW

Little Cove Church Cemetery (Methodist Church) located south of Sylvan, Warren Twp., Franklin Co. Pa. on road no. 456 (APL) (DLW approximately 39º44.7N78º2W)

Longenecker's Reformed Mennonite Cemetery - West Lampeter Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 40º.16N76º13.07W 1 and 1\2 miles NE of Strasburg on the west side of Strasburg Pike, east of Pioneer Road Longeneckers Church (CHPS)

Lower Stillwater Church Cemetery Montgomery Co. Ohio German Baptist Brethren

Maple Lawn Cemetery located at Flora, Ind.

Maple Lawn Cemetery located just west of the village of Winger, Wainfleet Twp., Welland Co., Ontario

Maple Lawn Cemetery believed to be located near Gromley, Ontario

Marion Mennonite Church Cemetery located north of Marion, Franklin Co., PA

Mellinger's Cemetery - East Lampeter Township Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 40º2.00N76º14.59W Located east of Lancaster at 1901 Lincoln Highway East (SR 462) by the intersection with Greenfield Road Mellinger's Mennonite Church Cemetery (CHPS)

Mennonite Cemetery located on Bethlehem Steel land in Cornwall, Pa. (JHB2)

Mennonite Cemetery - Leacock Township Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 40º2.49N76º3.27W 3 miles east of Intercourse on Redwell Road /T778 east of North New Holland Road AHR Pequea Old Order Mennonite Cemetery (CHPS)

Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery - Strasburg, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 39º58.58N76º10.48W South side of west Main Street/SR741 AHR Wesley Methodist Cemetey (CHPS)

Meyer (homestead) Cemetery Bethel Twp. Lebanon Co. Pa. Located near Shirksville on a 150 acre farm which was Jacob Meyer's in 1750. The land came from a 500 acre piece that his father Johannes Meyer obtained. The 150 acre piece is now owned by Mrs. Helen Deaven. The cemetery is on a hill just north of the Shirksville Road and just west of the Fredericksburg Road. Access is via the farm house at the end of the long driveway off of Fredericksburg Road.. An isolated tree identifies the cemetery. About 40 stones, mostly unreadable. Some early Obetrholtzers, Meyers and Wengers.

Meyers Cemetery near Welsh Run, Pa.

Meyers Cemetery located along route 416 and Licking Creek near Mercersburg, Pa.

Miller-Gingrich Cemetery Noth Annville Twp., Lebanon Co., PA (in farmer's field)

Miller Cemetery (Palestine Old German Baptist Brethren Cemetery) located near Palestine, Darke Co. OH

Minnich Cemetery located on Phillipsburg-Union Rd., west of State Route 48 in Union Twp., Montgomery Co., OH. There are two cemeteries on this road.. Going west from State Route 48, the first cemetery is about 1 mile on the right and is called Minnich Cemetery. The second cemetery is a few miles further west and is much closer to Phillisburg, Ohio. This second cemetery, which is on the right, is Bethel Cememtery. (thanks to Lynn Applegate, lapplegate@ravenet.com).

Mississinewa Cemetery Located in Wabash Co. Ind. 2 miles north of Somerset, Ind. on Ind. State Road 13 These graves were moved from the Old Vernon Cem. Just across the road from Somerset because of the building of the Mississinewa Dam Reservoir 1966-1968

Mt. Holly Springs Cemetery Mt. Holly Springs, Pa.

Mt. Rock Church Cemetery Located sourth of Shippensburg, Pa.

Monterey Chapel Cemetery - Monterey, Upper Leacock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 40º4.10N76º10.41W Located south of Leola, west of Newport Road (SR 772) at approximately 17 West Eby Road Once the Eby Cemetery, it is currently affiliated with the Christian Brethren (formerly Plymouth Brethren) since 1976. From 1946-1975, the church was the Monterey Mennonite Church, which moved and became the Forest Hills Mennonite Church. Before that, from 1860-1946, it was the Eby Church of the Brethren. Most of the Ebys buried here were German Baptist Brethren. JEM (CHPS)

Moss Cemetery Located at Flora, Carroll County, Indiana

Mote Cemetery Located on Pitsburg-Laura Rd. in Monroe Twp., Darke Co., OH between Pitsburg and Laura.

Mudbrook Cemetery Located beside St. Jacob Lutheran Church, 8697 Mudbrook Road, NW near McDonaldsville, Stark Co., Ohio, 1.5 miles west of SR241

Myers Cemetery Located midway between Orrstown and Pleasant Hall, Pa. on Route 533 (old Route 1). This cemetery in on a portion of the original farm of John Myers, 1750 1824

New Enterprise Cemetery located in New Enterprise, Bedford Co., PA.

New Guilford Brethren in Christ Cemetery Guilford Twp. Franklin Co. Pa. Five miles south east of Chambersburg, Pa. On Mont Alto Road between Duffield and Mont Alto. Travel east on Route 30 from Chambersburg, turn right onto Mont Alto Road. Travel 3 miles and you will find the cemetery on the right at the corner of Fetterhoff Chapel Road. The cemetery is about 1.4 miles beyond the current New Guilford Church. Most buried here are G descendants.

New Harris Creek Cemetery Bradford, Newberry Twp. Miami Co. Ohio

Oak Grove Cemetery (Snoke Cemetery) located in North Webster, Indiana

Olive Grove Cemetery Located on Painter Road Extension in Los Nietas near Whittier, California Brethren. Also called New River Cem. Near New River Church.

Palestine Old German Baptist Brethren Cemetery (Miller Cemetery) located near Palestine, Darke Co. OH

Palmyra Cemetery Palmyra, Lebanon Co. Pa. Located on west Cherry St 40º18.19N79º35.41W

Parish Cemetery Arlington, Clay Twp., Montgomery Co., OH located on National Rd. just west of Arlington which is north of Brookville. There are two cemeteries there. Parish is on the south side of the road, Arlington Cem. is on the north side.

Parklawns Memorial Gardens located near Chambersburg, PA at the intersection of US Route 11 and 997

Penryn Cemetery Penryn, Penn Twp. Lancaster Co. Pa.

Pequea Brethren in Christ Cemetery - Pequea Township Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 39º57.27N76º18.47W Located west of SR324/Marticville Pike, south of Penn Grant Road on Church Road AHR Hess's Cemetery (CHPS)

Plesant Hall Cemetery Located in Lugan Twp., Franklin County, Pa.

Pleasant Hill Brethren in Christ Cemetery Letterkenny Twp. Franklin Co. Pa. Church of the River Brethren, 1 1/2 miles from Rocky Spring, now called Zooks Church (approx. 39°59.7N77°41.67W) Located east of Lake Letterkenny

Pleasant Hill Mennonite Cemetery located next to the Brethren in Christ Cem.

Pleasant Hill Cemetery Brookville, Ohio

Pleasant Hill Cemetery Pleasant Grove, Kansas. Also called the Flory Cemetery

Polk Grove Cemetery located next to Polk Grove Chruch on the old National Rd. Route 40 at Nashville-Frederick Rd. in Butler Twp., Mongomery Co., OH

Prices Brethren Church Cemetery Near Waynesboro, Pa.

Rebuck Cemetery Located near Otterbein about two miles from Roxbury in Lurgan Twp., Franklin Co., PA. The old directions are (possibly no longer useful), turn right at the farm building (once owned by Mrs. Morris Mentzer) and go down a long lane. The cemetery is located across the creek. The burial plot was bought from Samuel R. Hoover and Mary Rohrer Hoover. Rodney (Rod) Eugene Heberlig, 1958.5.14, G1889B1345 provides the following directions: From Roxbury, Pa. follow Route 641 east for three miles. Turn right onto Paxton Run Road. Immediately turn right onto Otterbein Church Road. One half mile back of Otterbein Church Road are farm buildings currently owned by an Amish family. After passing them, continue for another quarter mile until you see a lane on the right. There are currently trees on both sides of this lane. Walk back along the lane about 300 yards until you come to a stream. Don't cross the stream, but turn left and go about 100 yards. The cemetery is currently surrounded by a white board fence. The cemetery has not been well maintaned in recent years and has brush and small trees growing in and around it. Rod found this cemetery by chance while riding bikes as a boy. He was able to find it again after 25 years.

Reed's Cemetery Located 2 miles south & 1/2 miles west of Roann, Wabash Co., Ind.

Reiff's Mennonite Church Cemetery near Cearfoss, MD

Resh/Resch (Weavertown Beachy Amish Mennonite) Cemetery - Leacock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 40º2.46N76º9.45W Located at Molasses Hill north east of Bird-in-Hand at Weavertown Mennonite Church on the original Henry Resh land. At 2943 Church Road where Orchard Road dead ends Solid stone wall around the original cemetery was built in 1839 CR Weavertown Cemetery (CHPS)

Rest Haven Cemetery Hagerstown, MD 1601 Pennsylvania Ave.

Ringgold Brethren in Christ Church Cemetery Ringgold, Wash. Co. Md.

Ringgold old Mennonite Cemetery located next to the Brethren in Christ Cemetery. Also many who became River Brethren (Brethren in Christ) DRL

Riverside Cemetery located in West Milton, OH

Rohrer's Cemetery South Bend, Ind. Located on a little hill on the former property of Fred Ullery, genealogist, in the backyard next to a busy street across the road from Erskine Golf Course off of Ireland Road. High street is nearby. There is no marking for the cemetery.

Rosebank Brethrin Christ Cemetery Romona, Kansas

Rowe Mennonite Cemetery Located near Chambersburg, Pa.

Resh/Resch (Weavertown Beachy Amish Mennonite) Cemetery Located at Molasses Hill, north east of Bird-in-Hand at Weavertown Mennonite Church, Leacock Twp. Lancaster Co. Pa. on the original Henry Resh land. Solid stone wall around the original cemetery was built in 1839 CR

Salem German Reformed Church Cemetery On Salem Chuch Road, off Marsh Road, 6 mi sw of Waynesboro. Also 1 1/2 mi north of both Leitersburg Road and Funk-Nichodemus Mansion Farm at "Big Spring" JSC

Salem Cemetery Hamilton Twp., Franklin Co., PA. This may be the above cemetery

Salem Cemetery Rt. #2, Chambersburg, Greene Twp. Franklin Co. Pa. Three separate churchs and cemeteries, United Brethren Radical (northern part), Church of the Brethren (eastern part), Liberal United Brethren (western part) JBW

Shank's Church of the Brethren Cemetery located at Greencastle, Antrim Twp. Franklin Co. Pa. south of Greencastle on Shank's Church Road, visible from the Williamsport Pike. RCM

Shank's Cemetery located south of Waynesboro, Franklin Co. Pa.

Sharpeye Cemetery West of Greenville, Darke Co., Ohio on rt. 502, just east of Sharpeye 40.01ºN84.75ºW

Shafer Family Cemetery located near Springwood, VA on the old Shafer property, now owned by Grace Gilliam (DW)

Sheldon Cemetery Sheldon, Ill.

Sherks Church Cemetery Lebanon Co. Pa. Located at Sherks Meeting House, RR2, Annville, Pa. four miles south of Grantville, Lebanon Co. Pa. (three miles east of Grantville?) 40º21.819N76º36.45W

Shoemaker/Hoch Cemetery See Hoch cemetery.

Shumacher Cemetery - Rapho Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 40º10.19N76º24.54W Located north west of Manheim at the intersection of Shumaker Road and Old Line Road on the east side of Shumaker Road. (CHPS)

Siloam Cem., Wenger Cem., Brinzer Cem., Branger Cem., Zook Cem., Lehman Cem. Franklin Co. Pa. This cemetery is located on part of the original Martin Wenger, G18 farm on Conochocheague Creek, about two miles north of the Memorial Square of Chambersburg, Pa. It may be reached as follows (directions from Rod Heberlig): from the center of Chambersburg travel north on Route 11 about 1.5 miles. Turn left onto Siloam Road. Go .3 (three tenths) mile and turn right onto Airport Road. Go about .1 to .2 miles and the cemetery is on the right between the houses located at 2894 and 2924 Airport Road. The house currently at 2924 Airport Road is on the land once owned by the church. Martin Wenger and his wives Ann Gingerich and Catherine Funk are buried here as well as Bishop Daniel Lehman. Abraham R. Wenger, son of Martin Wenger, inherited his father's farm and donated an area adjoining the cemetery to the Brinzer branch of the River Brethren Church for a meeting house. After that time the cemetery became known as the Brinzer Cemetery. When the congregation became small the Wenger Cemetery Association was given the right to dispose of the meeting house by the Franklin County Court. At one time the property was owned by the Joseph Zook, 1787.3.3 1852.7.16 family and it was then called the Zook Cemetery. The money received for the building was added to the endowment fund for the care of the cemetery. The oldest marker is 1793. The original home and barn of Martin Wenger, G18 are visible about 1/4 mile northeast from the cemetery when the leaves are off the trees. 145 graves. Families found in the cemetery are Wenger, Zook, Lehman, Detwiler, Hoffman, Horst, Lesher and Whisler along with others. The name Siloam is due to the small hamlet of Siloam which is nearby. A detailed history of the cemetery is given in "Conococheague Mennonist", published by Mennonite Historical Association of the Cumberland Valley, April 1997. The Association acquired the cemetery in 1996 and it is now cared for by a committee of three trustees, Titus Wadel, G1471732131 a Mennonite, Avery Zook, G13659522 a Brethren in Christ and Oliver Heisey, an Old Order River Brethren. Titus and Avery are both Hans Wenger descendants and Oliver married a Hans Wenger descendant

Slate Hill Mennonite Cemetery SHMC Lower Allen Twp., Cumberland Co., PA

Snider Cemetery Located along the boundary of the Letterkenny Army Depot, Franklin Co. Pa. just south of Gate #14 Stone wall. Not on the Army property and thus not in the care of the Army. Twenty four stones stood in 1933, four not readable. The stones were gone in 1993, vandalized and dispersed., two were found in the stream bed and taken to the Historical Museum in Chambersburg, Pa.

Sollenberger Farm Cemetery south of Scotland, Franklin Co. Pa.

Spring Hill Cemetery located at 114 North Morris Street in Shippensburg, Cumberland Co. Pa. It is the largest cemetery in the Shippensburg area.

St. John United Methodist Church Cemetery Grantville, East Hanover Twp. Dauphin Co. Pa. (adjacent to East Hanover Twp. Lebanon Co. Pa.) (Formerly United Brethren)

Stone Bridge Church of the Brethren Cemetery located just south of the Mason-Dixon Line in Washtington Co., MD at the new bridge over the Licking Creek along the continuation of the road which has the Pennsylvania No. 456. (APL) REW give s the following story. If you look east from the Church just across the line in Wash. Co. MD you will see some farm buildings with a large barn. Ephraim Winger, G184A1 was married in that barn in 1867. It happens that the Mason-Dixon line cuts through a corner of the barn and the house was on the Maryland side., nearly all the barn in Pennsylvania. At that time no marriage license was required in Pa., but was in MD. So the young couple avoided a long trip to Hagerstown for a license, and therefore the fee.. (DLW approximately 39º43.3N78º3.5W)

Stone Church Cemetery located in Little Cove, Warrant Twp., Franklin Co., Pa. German Reformed and Lutheran. (DLW approximately 39º48N77º59.9W)

Strasburg Cemetery - Strasburg Bourough Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 39º58.53N76º10.55W - Located on the south side of West Franklin Street Methodist (CHPS)

Strasburg Mennonite Church Cemetery Located along what is now Tennessee Ave. in Letterkenny Army Depot, Letterkenney Twp. Franklin Co. Pa.

Stoufferstown Cemetery Stouffer Ave. Chambersburg, Pa.

Stumptown Mennonite Cemetery - Upper Leacock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 40º3.44N76º10.05W On Stumptown Road west of Newport Road (SR 772) and east of Monterey Road (CHPS)

Tombstone Cemetery (Old Tombstone Cemetery) Located on Plantation Road near Hollins in Roanoke Co. Va. (also called the Denton Cemetery, Benjamin Denton was the first owner of the land). Names found in the cemetery: Abshire, Bell, Bishop, Blane, Boothe, Burroughs, Chittum, Clanton, Collins, Coon, Cox, Danner, Day, Dent, Dillard, Dooley, Engle, Etter, Feller, Frantz, Garber, Gish, Harris, Hartman, Helm, Huff, Huffman, Jeter, Kesler, Kinzie, Lambert, Lavender, Locke, Mullins, Myers, Nelms, Newsome, Nininger, Obenshain, Old, Patterson, Petty, Quisenberry, Richardson, Rieley, Roberts, Robinson, Rucher, Sperry, Stoutamire, Trout, Walrond, Williams

Trinity Cemetery located on route 220 near Fincastle, Botetourt Co., VA

Troutville Cemetery located in Troutville, Botetourt Co., VA

Union Cemetery Lebanon Co. Pa. 40º25.37N76º23.43W and 40º25.38N76º234.5W

United Brethren Church Cemetery - Intercourse, Leacock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 40º21.2N76º6.21W - Located on the east side of Queen Street. This also might be the Intercourse Uynited Methodis Church Cemetery Now called the Intercourse United Methodist Cemetey (CHPS)

United Zion Church Cemetery, Jonestown See Wenger Cemetery, Jonestown, Pa.

Warner Cemetery (two cemeteries) The older is on Sweet Potatoe Ridge Rd. west of State Route 48 at Union. Two miles further west is the active cemetery. Old Randolph Twp., Montgomery Co., OH

Warren Point ­ Winger Cemetery Located near the Clempston Weller home at Warren Point, Warren Twp. Franklin Co. Pa. Called the Winger Plot. Associated with Martin J. (Winger) Wenger, 1769.8.10 1826.8.13, G184 (DLW approximately 39º43.5N78º4.8W

Weaverland Mennonite Cemetery - East Earl Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 40º7.44N76º2.35W Located north east of Blue Ball on SR 897 / Weaverland Valley Road near it's intersecton with Weaverland Road (CHPS)

Webster Cemetery Allen Twp. Darke Co. Ohio. About midway between Lightsville and Rossburg (northeast quarter of section 32) on the south side of the road. A note reads "erect a house of worship of M. E. Church and a reasonable portion of said lot may be used as a graveyard". The church no longer exists. The cem. is sometimes called the Dutch Cem.. There is a Dutch Church a bit to the west of the cem. 40º16.45N84º40.33W

Wenger Cemetery, Franklin Co. Pa. See Siloan Cemetery

Wenger Cemetery, Jonestown, Lebanon Co. Pa. The Wenger Cemetery is associated with the Wenger Meeting House (United Zion Church). The meeting house was built in 1871 and dedicated by Mathias Brinser who founded the United Zion Church. He was excommunicated from the River Brethren due to his having constructed a place for worship. The cemetery is just north and east of Jonestown on the original homestead of Hans Wenger, G1. The earliest stone is for Christian Wenger, 1756.12.23 1841.7.28, G141, Rev. His grandfather is believed to be buried in the grave yard as well as other earlier members of the family, but no stones exist.There is another larger and newer cemetery adjoining this cemetery which is Lutheran. John Adam Brandt, 1878.2.13 1963, G1366312, Rev. gives the following details (prepared about 1960): Jacob Wenger (Jacob W. Wenger, 1807.5.17 1881.4.10, G1405) gave a deed of trust to his brother Levi Wenger in 1859 for the then 75x80 foot grave yard. In 1871 the meeting house was built on the south side of the grave yard. Then in 1872 Levi Wenger deeded the grave yard back to Jacob Wenger. Later in the year of 1872 Jacob Wenger gave a deed of the land where the church was built, the yard in front of the church including the driveway leading to the then public road and the grave yard to the United Zions Church for five dollars. Christian Wenger, David Wenger and Henry Haldeman were the first trustees of the church (believed to be Christian Wenger, 1805.10.28 1876.12.4, G1404, Rev., David W. Wenger, 1829.6.27 1891.3.12, G14185, Rev.). The deed called for the grave yard to be used for the Wengers, Heiseys, Haldemans, Books, Lights & Longs and their relatives, or any body who wishes to bury there, but all that would bury there would have to share in paying for the upkeep of the fence around the grave yard. In 1889 land was bought from John L. Wenger, Jacob's son, to the west of the church for burial lots. In 1906 another addition to the cemetery was bought and also ground for a shed to shelter the horses and carriages during the times of services. In 1925 the cemetery was separated from the church proper and was chartered and was then a chartered cemetery operated separately from the church. However, until Aug. 24, 1953, the trustees for the church and cemetery were the same people, but elected separately. In 1955, the horse and carriage shed having been removed, additional land was acquired from Mr. Clayton H. Fortna for additional parking space. In 1977 the church property was up for sale and the cemetery association purchased the property. 40º25.06N76º28.28W

Wenger Farm Cemetery - Rapho Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - 40º10.646N76º25.898W This cememtery is located on the boundary between two of the properties of Stephen Wenger, G11. The stones are scattered along the edge of the field. There are two entrances to this cememtery, one via the farm on Old Line Road, believed to be the original Stephen Wenger property, last in the Wenger family as the farm of Martin Wenger, more recently owned by Larry Martin and currently by Curvin Hoover. The other entrance is via 1531 Shumaker Road, the entrance to the Victor Wenger farm. Information about the stones in this cemetery came from William Wenger Saylor, 1923.1.23, G11322515 and his wife Mabel Ristenbatt Saylor. (CHPS)

Wenger Cemetery, Butler Twp. Montgomery Co. Ohio Located just east of Little York (section 30) on the original farm of John Weaver Wenger, 1778.4.11 1851.5.12, G1411, Rev. The farm is located just northwest of the intersection of Frederick Pike and Meeker Road. The cemetery is accesible from the Pike or Meeker Road and is located on a small hill top. The original farm extended north and west from the farm house and was about 200 acres in size. The farm was owned by John Weaver Wenger, G14115 in 1869, by Rev. Ephraim Eby, 1835 1913 husband of Elizabeth Wenger, G141157 in 1895, by E. B. Lodge in 1940 , by the Chitwood family in 1988 and by the Lambert family in 1995 (8025 Meeker Road)

Wingard Farm Family Cemetery Antrim Twp., Franklin Co., PA located on farm off of Williamsport Pike about 1/2 mile north of Mason Dixon, MD. Stones are encased in one concrete slab. Names found are Wingard, Wengerd and Wingert with dates from 1849. This is the family of Joseph Wingerd, 1774.5.8 1848.9.22, E16. 45 feet by 22 feet. About 966 feet southwest of the barn on the property. DLW Approximate location is 39º44.14N77º45.22W

Wingard Cemetery, Delphi, Indiana Located north east of Delphi. The cemetery is reached from Delphi as follows: From Court House Square travel east on Main St. three blocks to its intersection with Wilson St. Turn left (north) at this intersection and follow Wilson St. out of town past the local cemetery to the first road turning off to the right, a distance of 1.4 miles. Turn right on this road and follow it for 2.2 miles. This is a gravel road, except for the first half mile, and has many turns. The cemetery is adjacent to the east side of the road in a wooded section. Nearly all of the approximately 50 people buried here can be identified as descendants of John Wingard, their spouses or relatives. A list of inscriptions was made by Mrs. Homer Irwin.

Wood Colony Cemetery Located on Dakota Ave. Modesto, Californa. Brethren

Worman Cemetery A family cemetery on road north of Old National Highway Route 40 on State Route 49, turning west on Wellbaum Rd. south of Phillipsburg, OH. All but destroyed by actions of the township officials. First settler of Clay Twp. Joseph and Mary Rohrer are buried here. (GESH)

Zion Cemetery Located west of Bringhurst, Ind., near Flora

unknown cemetery Located just off the Fort McCord Road west of Chambersburg, Pa. Turn right at the foot of the hill onto the Fort McCord Road off of Edenville Road.

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