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4th great-grandparents Barbara ZIMMERMAN about 1773-1855, remarried to a Mr. Brücker and was 92 years old when she died in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, and John KELKER after 1768 to after 1808 to Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. They were married July 4, 1802 at Hebron Moravian Church in Dauphin, now Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. The Moravian Archives at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania holds the church records. 1775-1781 records are online.


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5th great-grandparents were Adam ZIMMERMAN died before 1802 and Barbara FISHER after 1802. Found in the Church: Marriages: Hebron Moravian Church, 1751 - 1811: Dauphin (now Lebanon) County, Pennsylvania where it stated in 1802 "July 4. John Kelker youngest son of Rudy Kelker and Maria, his wife, born Weitman, and Barbara Zimmerman, oldest daughter of the departed Adam Zimmerman and Barbara, his wife, born Fisher, by Rev. N. Braun." I posted a query on the Rootsweb Zimmerman Message Board February 7, 2010.

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