Following are surnames that connect to this Wingerter line, in alphabetical order. Some variation in spelling may occur, especially for those surnames dating to the 19th century. I have placed an asterisk next to any surname pertaining to my direct line. You can also follow links to other webpages I have created by clicking on highlighted names.
ADAMS, ANDERSON, BARRETT, BUNCUTTER, CARPER, *CLARK, CREQUE, *DAVIDSON, *DELLIT, FETTER, FISCHER, FRIES, GRILL, HALLAM, HUNTER, *JENKINS, KARLE, KLINE, *LOCKHART, MCCORMICK, NEWCOME, PORTER, SHANE, SHIMP, SHOUP, SHUBERT, SMITH, SNIVELY, STREIT, VAN DE VERE, WHITE, *WILSON, WINELAND
This homepage is dedicated to the German and German-American genealogy and history of Peter and Catherine Wingerter and their descendants. I hope you will find this site easy to navigate. You can learn about Peter and Catherine and their two children by clicking on Wingerters of Germany. You can learn about any of the descendants of Peter and Catherine's son John by clicking on Wingerter Descendants and then clicking on the name of the person you want to get to know.
I have also provided links to other useful
sites on the web. You can explore the following subjects: genealogy,
Sources for genealogical information on this site are provided under SOURCES on the applicable page. In addition, non-web sources you may wish to consult are provided under WORKS TO CONSULT or HELPFUL ADDRESSES found below.
If you have any comments or suggestions, you are welcome to email me. You may also return at any time to this page, the page on Peter, Catherine and children, or the page on their descendants by simply clicking on the link at the bottom of the page or to the parents of any child by clicking on their names (links are blue, purple if you've already been there).
WORKS TO CONSULT
(I haven't had the chance yet, but they look like great sources)
Cemetery Records from Wabank,
Catalogue of Tombstones with Inscriptions,
First Presbyterian Church, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
compiled by Donald C. Wilson
Early Vital Records of
(available either through the DAR Library in D.C. or the Family History Library [on microfilm] in
Inscriptions in First Presbyterian
Inscriptions on Tombstones in First Reformed Churchyard, Lancaster, Pennsylvania by Bertha Cochran Landis, H. S. Gruger, and First Reformed Church.
Inscriptions on Tombstones in Greenwood
Cemetery, Lancaster, the stones of which were originally in the Moravian
Graveyard by Bertha Cochran Landis,
*Note: The old Moravian Graveyard was located on Prince St in
on Tombstones in Shaarai Shomayim
Allen County, Indiana
1 E Main St
Fort Wayne, IN 46802-1887
ph (219) 428-7124
100 Main St
Auburn, IN 46706
ph (219) 925-2362
ph (216) 438-0800
107 W Liberty St
Wooster, OH 44691-4850
ph (216) 263-3124
MY GENEALOGY PAGES
GENEALOGY PAGES BY FAMILY MEMBERS
Maintained by my mother, same as links under surnames above.
GENEALOGY PAGES ON ANCESTRAL LINES I SHARE
Ancestors of Alvin
This site has many more surnames and it is well documented.
Davies Frysig Watters Geddes Genealogy
Go to this site to find out where the Davies came from, how, and why.
of Thomas Henshaw
I am a descendant of Thomas Henshaw.
My Clowser and Lockhart lines tie into this family.
The Hinshaw Family Association
My Hancher/Henshaw/Hensha ancestors are a part of this family. Both Lockhart and Jenkins lines eventually tie into the family.
Kerry & Linda's Family
Connects to my Clowser and Larrick relatives.
Places: A Family History
Caudy, Hancher (or Henshaw), Houghton, and McGinnis ancestors. Pictures and more.
RELATED GENEALOGY PAGES
My Family's Heritage
Another Wingerter line is displayed on this homepage.
Great general reference site. This link takes you to the entry for the surname Wingerter, but you can look up places, people, zipcodes, etc.
The Clan Lockhart
Tartan, arms, crest, badge, motto, brief Lockhart Clan history, and links!
Gathering of the Clans
Find your Scottish clan and links to clan websites!
GENERAL GENEALOGY PAGES
Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the
More than 59,000 links!
Maintained by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Host of this freepage, various communities, and projects. Many resources.
County Public Library
2nd only to the Family History Library in
Old City Hall Museum: History
of the Fort Wayne Area
Find out about people, places and other aspects of the area's history. Some good links, too.
Fort Wayne, Indiana: History
Hey, this is an old place with cool (and gruesome) tales.
Pennsylvania State University
(I did my graduate work here)
Brigham Young University
(my alma mater)
home of the Tony award-winning Shakespearean Festival
A great place to continue your education!
you can find freeware and shareware here!
search engine, free email, and more
This is a fabulous site! They are responsible for the animated graphics on this site and for sending me to good places to find free guest books, counters, and more.
So you want to make a
great if you want to learn basic webpage design
See lists of the most common given names for 1880-1997
Rabbit in the Moon
Great stuff on the Maya, including games and interacting with a couple of Mayan gods. Too fun to miss.
Great Astronomy Website! Constellations, Nebulas, and more!
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