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tjjt J J VOL. V - No. 2 March 1, 976
PETER OF ILIBACH SAILS FOR AMERICA
Peter Nafziger was born In 1790 at Ilibach, Hesse(Starnenburq, Germany. He was married In 1817 to Jacobina Schwartzentruber(1793-1860), Peter was a Bis hop of the Amish—Mennonite Church in Germany. He sailed for America In 1827 on the Ship Henry Clay. He died at sea as did Mary, one of his daughters who was
COMMENDATION five years of age. The family had intended to go to Canada until the death of their father. Family legend passed from generation to generation is that the
family is related to the Mennonite Nafzigers of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Also
that a brother of Peter emigrated and settled in Illinois. We have never estab
To Mrs. Lois R Nafzlnger of Earle-	lished which Nafziger Inrigrant that settled in Illinois is his brother. Nor
ville, Maryland for considerable have we established the connect- information on the descendants of ion of Peter’s family to the Water- Peter Nafzinger of lilbach, Germany. loo, Canada Nafzigers.
Mrs. Nafzinger has been the pri- After disembarking the ship, mary force behind the material un- Jacobina and her family lived for covered on the featured Nafzger in sometime at Groffdale and Morgan- this issue of the News. Many thanks. town area of Lancaster in Pennsy vania and Maryland.
Seven children were born of the
Jodie Huffaker of Dallas, Texas for	marriage. They are Daniel, Eliza
sending us Census records of Nafz-	beth, Magdalena, Mary, John, Peter
gers living in Montgomery County,	and Jacobina. Jacobina was born at
Ohio and Livingston CountyiNissouri.	sea when they were sailing for the
Thanks for the help.	u.s. in 1827.
Daniel was born in 1818 In Ger
many. His first marriage was to
A letter from William L Nofsker of	Magdelena Schertz.HIs second marr
Falls Church, Virginia informing us	PETER B NAFZINGER and wife, Elizabeth	iage was to Mary Kauffman. Eliza—
of the death of his step mother,	(son of Peter of Ilibach)	beth, Mary, Peter, Amos, Elan, Jos-.
Alice Bogel who married William	eph, Lydia, Daniel, Moses and Maga
Harvey Nofsker. She passed away on	flE F	dalena were born.
October 29th.	Elizabeth was born in 1820 in
A new format will be initiated	Germany. She was married in 1857
We have received several letters	with this Issue of the Nafzger Her-	to John Stoltzfus. Jacobina and
from Carroll Nafziger of Minler,	itage News. The News will begin to	Isaac were born of this marriage.
Illinois. Carroll is busy gathering	supply you with a master list of	Magdalena was born In 1821 In
addtional information on the	data of approximately forty thous-	Germany. She was married in 1849
Christian Nafziger family line of	and direct descendant Nafzgers that	to Moses Hartz. Mary, Elizabeth
Hopedale, Illinois.	lived in the United States at the	Rebecca, Jacob, David and Moses
rate of several pages each issue,	were born to them.
•	To Myron L Noffsinger of Grand Junc-	The pages should be removed from	John was born in 1824 and lived
“	tion, Colorado. Myron is a descend-	the News and placed in a three ring	to only 23 years of age. We do not
ant of Peter Noffsinger who married	notebook binder according to fam-	have detailed information as to
•	Marqaret Martin.	ily line.The generation and family	what caused his death or if he had
line will be identified at the top	married.
of each page. Because of the use of	Peter was born in 1826. He was
RECENT DEATHS IN THE NAFZINGER FAMILY	first names so often in the Nafzger	married in 1854 to Lydia Yoder.
Marylan passed away August l8,l974. rival in the United States. So get in Infancy were born of the marr
families, each page will be identi—	Fannie, Moses, John, Elizabeth,
Lewis M Nafzinger of Hacks Point,	fied by first name and year of ar-	Annie and five children who died
Lewis rests at the United Method- - yourself a large three-ring notebook jage
1st Churchyard Cemetery, Fork Mary- binder and begin your collection. Jacobina who has the distinction
land. Mrs. Lois Nafzinger, widow 09) In about ten years, we will all of being born on the high seas corresponds regularly with the News have the same information on the married Jacob Beiler.Rueben, Eliza
o Lewis is a great grandson of Peter. Nafzgers who lived in the United beth and Jacob were born to their States. Then, all Nafzgers in the marriage.
Martha Nafzinger Eckhart,great- U.S. will have a record of our
assed	heritage.	Notebook revisions will	CONTINUED ON PAGE FOUR
grand-daughter of Peter,
0	be done by pages.	As new inforina
away on November 6, 1974. p	page at a time. It will be easy for	I for sending us cemetery
tion is uncovered, we will revise a	o Mrs Lloyd Hall of Colutbia City
Ida E Nafzinger Breidenbaugh, great you to keep updated on new informa- linscriptions of Naftzgers burled In grand—daughter of Peter, passed J tion by removing the outdated pages the Warsaw
away on March 3, 1975
and inserting the new ones.	iana.	Cemetery, Warsaw, md-
VOL. V - No. 2	THE NAFZGER HERITAGE NEWS	March 1, 1976
THE NAFZGER HERITAGE NEWS
Brother and sister of the Nafzth- Many of the Nafzgers found living
ger and Mast families married in in the United States are descend-
editors and publishers	1885.	Moses E. Nafzinger(grandson	ants of a group that came from that
of Peter)and Ema C Mast and Eliza—	part of Germany called the Palati
CI.AIR ENAFTZGER	beth Nafzlnger (grand-daughter of	nate. Delving back into history, we
KATHLEEN NAFTZGER	Peter)and John Mast(brother of Erna)	find that in the days of the Frank-
BETTY NAFTZGER	had a double wedding when they marr-	ish kings, there were four Count
led. Both couples lived to cele-	Palatine’s. They were king’s dep
brate their 50th wedding anniver-	uties;but under Otto the Great(lOth
sity together.	Century) There was a Palatine in
PUBLISHED QUARTERLY
•	_____________________________	every duchy of his empire. Event-
Subscription - S5.OO yearly	ually,down through history, it evol—
Thank you for your recent letter	ved that the Palatinate from which
120 Edgewood Drive	on the Noffsinger family. I have	Nafzgers lived was the one in the
Grafton, Ohio 44044	been slowly making progress adding	kingdom of Bavaria. On the map, it
some information,	is found ,Just west of the Rhine and
Sometime ago we suggested investi-	I was interested to find that Eli	north of Alsace—Lorraine. The land
gating a national family reunion of	Noffsinger,father of Elizabeth, was	was rich and fertile with hills and
Nafzgers. We still believe the idea	a doctor around Union City. I have	valleys and many streams.
has lots of merit but we are asking	done quite bit of research In that	While there are many lands in the
our readers defer until we are a	area and have found Noffsinger bur-	world described asPalatinate lands”
bit better organized. We are afraid	led in several of the cemeteries,	this land Is much different be—
that we are not ready to pull the	I have been unable, so far, to	cause it was afflicated by wars of
idea off successfully. So we ask	find where Amos Cook and Elizabeth	greed and control. The Thirty Years
you to bear with us on the idea un—	Noffsinger Cook are buried, but am	Religious War had hardly ended when
til we have enough subscribers of	sure that they are buried somewhere	Louis XIV of France sent his army
Nafzgers who will travel anywhere	in Jackson Twp..Darke County, Ohio.	and it was devastated for another
In the United States for an event	They were members of the Dunkard	six years. Napoleon got into the
which may gain us national attention	Church and they are probably buried	act until it seemed that armies
Another such event we want to ex-	in a small Dunkard graveyard where	were devastating the lands every
plore along with a reunion is a	there is no longer a church,	few years. Oftentimes, they were
tour to Germany which would Include	I found the death record of Amos	forced to feed the armies as they
the homeland of some of our ances-	Cook in Darke County. He died in	crossed back and forth or their
tors. The enrollment for the tour	1892 and as Elizabeth had died in	crops would be confiscated. Thus,
would be limited to direct descend-	1856 and their youngest child was	when the Western World beckoned, £
ant Nafzgers. We would be seeking	only 3 years old, Amos remarried. I	Nafzgers made their way to it,some
a Nafzger that Is well acquainted	,	do not know the date of the second	times directly but the ones who came
with arranging such a tour that	marriage but he married Jane David-	in the 1700’s were in the British
would include the major points of	son and they had two sons.	Isles for a time before they could
interest to Nafzgers.	find passage across the ocean to
• Both of the foregoing suggestions	WILBUR UNDER	their new homes.
Portland Indiana.	___________________________
become possible when enough Nafzger
readers indicate enough interest in	lettsrs
one or both Ideas. As our list of	RECENT DEATHS
subscribers grow each year, I am	Two brothers who are great great
sure that they will become realit
(	great grandsons of Jacob Nafziger	I am tracing the descendants of
ies in the not-too—distance future. c	(who landed	in Philadelphia in 1750	Laura Clark and found this infor
0	passed away	just eleven days apart	mation which may be of help to you
0 r c C’ c I’ 0	C	in November.	Floyd Fike Naftzger	in your compilation.
RECENT DEATHS
88 years of	Wooster, Ohio died at	0	Benjamin B Nafzger - I do not know
ROBERT WOODLAND NOFTZGER of Whitt-	0	the Wooster	Coninunity Hospital on	vitals for him other than he marr
0	ier, Cailfornia passed away on Nov-	November 18th.	He was a superin-	led Laura Clark in 1867 either in
ember 22, 1974. Robert is a great— o tendent of A. I. Root Company in 0 Delaware or Franklin County, Ohio.
great great great grandson of Jacob	Medina	more than 30 years and re-	The Nefzgers had these children:
o	who landed In America In 1750.	tIred	In 1959 after 25 years as a	Curtis (born in 1869- died in 1873),
Jacques Noftzger, who corresponds	superintendent at Bauer Manufactur—	Q Pearl (born in 18Th - Evidently sur
with the News is a sister of de—	0	ing Company in Wooster. He is sur—	vived past 1883) and J.C. Glenwood
o	ceased Robert.	vived by his widow.	(born In 1878 — died in 1879).
_________________________________	Max A Naftzger, father and grand—	0 If your files have any clue about
o	father of	Clair and Kathleen who	this family, I would be grateful
o	DANIEL BENJAMIN NAFZIGER who was	publishes	the NEWS, died at the	for your reply.
born in 1889 at Hopedale, Illinois	Shangri—La Nursing Home on November	0
passed away June 8, 1975. SurvivIng	29th. He was 84 years old. He is	ARLINE V RICKABAUGH
o	children are Vietta,Delmar,Herbert,	survived by his wife, Alice and	Omaha, Nebraska
Fannie, Donald, Mary, Irene, Ruth,	three other sons; Marlyn of Medina,	0
and James. Burial at the Mennonite	o	Ohio, Duane of Valley City, Ohio	Editor’s Note—Can any of our readers
o	Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale,	and Richard of Seville, Ohio. There	help Mrs. Rickabaugh with inforina
Inols.	are eleven grandchildren and four	0 tion on descendants of this Nafzger
great grandchildren.Memorlam appears	line.
on Page 3 of this Issue of the NEWS.
• (D
PUBLISHED EVERY MARCH, JULY, SEPTEMBER AND DECEMBER EACH YEAR
Page ‘Two
VOL. V - No. 2	THE NAFZGER HERITAGE NEWS	March 1, 1976
we hear from thurlow	IN MEMORY OF DAD
S Herbert and Harley Nofziger are Writing a niemoriam on Dad is a sad chore but an easy task because he was Such a cc1 friends of mine dating many rugged individual with many outstanding characteristics. He farmed in Medina
years back. Harley’s father was a County for 46 years without missing chores. This statement indicates his rugged contractor-builder for many years makeup. He never took a vacation and I am sure he was sick a number of
and I was in the lumber business times during the 46 years, but that did not prevent him from missing the milk for 42 years-thus we have had many Ing each morning and evening. He was a hard, machine-type worker. The best way pleasant associations over the to describe how he worked was to get on the end of a cross-cut saw with him early years. As you know, the three of us in the morning as we had to do each winter and there would be no stopping until are descendants of a different Naf- noon. By 10:30 my muscles would be crying for a break and he would be pulling ziger family line; Harley is a de— me along with the crosscut. But I knew a break was out of order. He would con— scendant of Johannes, Herbert is a tinue on like a machine that never got tired.
descendant of Valentine and my fam— His great loves must have been country, family and llvellhood(farm) in no parti— ily line is from Christian. cular order. He could keep all three in balance and perspective giving no pri— When I launched into genealogy, I ority to any of them. That is what made him so different from others.He Believed
intended to search my own ininedlate if the country wasn’t strong, nor would be his family or farm. And If he didn’t family line. But I soon realized have a good family, a strong country and a nice farm wouldn’t be worth much. I that this would not be a true pic- never knew him to miss voting and he could vote either Democratic or Republlcan.A ture of the descendants of Christ- sick cow would receive the attention at the time because it was his livelihood
ian, so I decided to try for a good and his boys would have to take a back seat. Thus, he could live keeping all records of Christian and his descen— three loves in balance and perspective. Not like today when we tend to rank dants. One of the descendants of everything according to importance or a priority, not realizing that life is made Susanna Nafziger and Daniel Raber of many components and ranking is not necessary and perhaps even dangerous.
told me of the size of the task as There were a lot of lnteresting,amuslng things about Dad that I will never under- both Susanna and Barbara married stand. For example, he would have one smart horse on the farm. He farmed with Rabers and had large families whose horses even In the 60’s. But he always had a horse that could walk down a narrow descendants are scattered through— garden row pulling a one horse cultivator and never step on any of the plants.
out the United States. It was the same horse he would harness a certain way to open a field for plowing Sometime ago, I read of Harley and because It would walk a straight line. It was the horse that would pull hay In— Clair discussing a publication of to the barn without jerking. It was the horse that Kathleen could ride at 18
of the three Nafzaer lines found in months because it was dependable. It was the horse that he would call early In Ful ton County, I Is this going the morning from the pasture and It would bring the others to the barn. In brief to become a reality? If 50, I will it was his pet because it was so smart. But I don’t believe Dad ever realized
be happy to turn over my records to that he made the horse smart because he trained It. And the others might have the project. I am especially in— been just as smart if he had trained them. And then, maybe a farm such as ours erested in the records of Valentine. couldn’t stand three or four smart horses. I guess I will never know.
ar closely related to both fam- One final memory among many about Dad was when the house burned on the coldest
lines, day of the year. The fire was put out at 2;0O a.m. My mother called me at
college to say that maybe I had better try to come home.. I pulled in the drive
THURLOW H NOFZIGER with smoke still lingering from the charred ruins expecting to console my father Toledo, Ohio and offer him such advise as retiring and host of other ideas. He had been
caught with practically no insurance. Dad was standing in the drive near the
Editor’s Note - Thurlow Sent a nice garege talking to a stranger. I walked up to the two of them and found that it
was a contractor and Dad discussing plans for rebuilding the house -- just four
long letter to the News indicating hours after the fire. Needless to say, no advice was needed and he actively
that he has a good grasp of the de— farmed unti he was 76 years old. And he slept in the barn that night just to be tails of the three Nafzgers lines there for the chores in the morning.
that settled in Fulton County. It
would appear that the three Nafzger
lines in Fulton County may well re-	Is there anyway you could help me	LETTERS
present the largest single concen-	find out where my Elizabeth(Noff
tration of Nafzgers anywhere In the	slnger)Smlth, daughter of Matthias	I have been waiting for more In-
United States. I visited the court-	Nafziger (who died in 1808) died?	formation from descendants of Peter.
house for Fulton County a year ago	She was living with her son James	You may have received some informa—
and discovered that in a certain	Smith In 1880 and by 1887 In the	tion direct from them. I am enclos
period of Fulton County history,	“History of Noble County, Ohio” she	what I have received. Thus far, I
nearly every other recording was	had died. I have looked in Noble	have not received any further In—
a Nafzger being born, married or	County for the record with no luck.	formation from the Kansas Nafzin
transferring land. Any county this	gers.
rich in Nafzger heritage should be	Mrs. GLENDORA REYNDLDS	The poem my grand daughter wrote
recorded in a publication. There	Garden Grove, California	from Ellzabethtown College as men-
are probably no better three Naf-	______________________________	tioned on page 8 of the September
.zgers who are more Informed than	Issue of the News had some mistakes.
you, Harley and Herbert. I will be	CONTIMJED FROM FIRST COLUMN	She wrote to the Etownian about It
happy to join the group in the pro—	i thought I had a job which only	but so far no creections were made.
ject if that can be arranged.	required nine months of the year 50	If not too much trouble, if I knew
My biggest problem Is a full time	i could spend the suniners traveling	which children of John and Lizzie
job which takes much of my time. I	and working on such projects. How-	Mast, Isaac and Fanny Hertzler and
have been in college, technical and	ever, it would appear that I will	the Kansas Nafzingers you haven’t
school administration for the past	be asked to work next suniner which	heard from, I could write again.
ears in education.	I had hoped to take off. Thus, my
twenty of thirty ‘	contribution may be minimal for	MRS. LOIS R NAFZINGER
CONTINJED — I€XT COLUNN	several years when I can retire.	Hacks Point, Maryland.
PUBLISHED EVERY MARCH, JULY, SEPTEMBER Al DECEMBER EACH YEAR
Page Three
VOL. V - No. 2	THE. NAFZGLR HERITAGE NEWS	March 1, 1976
PETER OF ILLBACH
LETTERS	CONTIMJED FROM PAGE ONE	LETTERS
The Peter Flafzlger family line	I am looking forward to the story
I certainly continue to enjoy the	has been colorful both in trag y	of the Peter Nafzinger family of
News and am enclosing my subscrip-	and success. For a family to lose a	Ilibach, Germany. He sailed for
tion. Can’t believe that I haven’t	father and a child while crossing	America in 1827. I have a picture
written you that I was married last	the Atlantic to establish a new	of him when he was an old man. He
year to Joseph R Heffner.	home in Americ would be real trag—	helped me to learn to walk and rec
My address reamins the same. If	egy. And to have a daughter and sis—	ently I had the good fortunate to
you visit your uncle in Vera Beach,	ter born on the high seas would be	inherit the pewter plate he used
please make a trip further south as	dramatic. In spite of some very	when he crossed the ocean. Jt is
we would enjoy a visit with	severe hardships at the onset, the	No. 5, and kept hrightly polished,
A note of sadness--my father Dan	settlement of the family in the U.S.	but his huge 1828 penny Is badly
B. Nafziger passed away on June 8,	can be classed as a real success.	worn.
1975. He spent four months during	A number of the descendants of
the winter with us and had flown	this family line correspond regul—	MARTHA REED
home four weeks before his death.	arly with the News - we are proud	Fallston, Maryland
Wishing you and your family a	of each of you.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.	My mother and I had a very nice
I have just recently heard about	trip this sumer to the northwest. I
VIETTA NAFZIGER HEFFNER	your little magazine and am very	haven’t heard a thing from Francis
Fort Lauderdale, Florida	interested in receiving the News.	Nosker in Newman Lake. Have you had
___________________________	I was a Naffziger from Crystal	a letter? We were at Loon Lake on
Enclosed please find a check to	Springs, Kansas and my father was	one side of Spokane and Newman Lake
continue my subscription. We al-	Christian Lee Naffziger from Kansas	is on the far side almost on the
ways look forward to the News.	and formerly of Cass County, Miss-	Idaho border. We were pressed for
Don’t often see much about the	ouri which was his birthplace,	time and couldn’t get over there.
family with our spelling. I was	Enclosed is my subscription to the	I hope you can make the annual
pleased to see a reprint of the	News.	Nosker reunion to be held on July
“Bear Hunt”. I have some pictures	13, 1976. The meeting will take
of the Peabody Memorial Home men-	MRS. WELON ROIJPP	place in Iro Illinois again
tioned in the first part of the art—	Hubbard, Oregon	this year. Wendall and Herbert
ide. I will locate them and for-	Nosker are in charge.
ward them to you.	Editor’s Note - Thanks for your
Looking forward to the future	letter — it was nice to hear from a	THE COOPERS(Norman, Chelsea & Carol)
issues of the News,	descendant of the Crystal Springs	East Gary, Indiana
Naffzigers. We hope to secure more	___________________________
JACQUES A NOFTZGER	information from the descendants to
Whittier, California.	feature the line in some future	Sorry it has taken me so long to
issue of the News.	reply concerning the twelve child-
Editor’s Note-Jacques is a descend—	ren of Christian and Barbara Stahle
ant of Jacob who entered in 1750	Your recent issue of the News	Nafziger. Enclosed find the infor
and of the Noftsgers mentioned in	prompted me to get some additions	mation. Sorry, I haven’t been able
the “Bear Hunt” reprint,	to our family line in order to send	to find dates for some of the early
We will be happy to reprint the	your way. I have been collecting	ones. Much of my information came
Peabody Memorial Home picture.	more names and dates for a couple	from the oldest living descendant,
years at our Nosker reunion, held	Mrs. Luella Ernst of Carlock, Ill.
Enclosed i my subscription to the	at 10 Acreas near Tidloute, Pennsy-	It is unusual that she can speak of
News. I read with interest every	lvania. Since the death of Jessie	In,y great-great grandmother as her
Issue. Th you for your time and	Thomas of Tidloute, her son Carl	Aunt Helene as he Is their grand—
effort spent in collecting the mat-	has been holding the reunion at	daughter.
erial. I will continue supporting	their surrwer home. Each year, I	MARION NAFZIGER
every way I can. So be looking for	gather a little more information.	Stanford, Illinois
some material in the near future.	Mrs. Cooper of East Gary sure gets	Editor’s Note—It is a lot of good in’
around. She was at our home a year	formation on a family line that we
LEHMAN FFSINGER	ago and now I see she has been In	hadlittle detail - Thanks Marion.
Central City, Kentucky	Oregon and Vashington. The Francis
_____________________________	Nosker she referred to in her let-
Thanks for reminding me of the	ter is my brother-in—law.	The next four pages will provide
subscription. Check has been en—	Some of the information I have	you with detail data of fifty (50)
sent came from Larry Smith of East	descendants of Peter Nafzlnger of
ciosed and a copy of our family’s	Freedom, Pennsylvania.	Ilibach, Germany for your notebook.
lineage.	Each member has been numbered for
AMES NOSKER	quick reference. The first digit
OBERT M NOFFSINGER	Sandy Lake, Pennsylvania	Indicates the generation since en-
Defiance, Ohio	tering the United States. You can
Enclosed find a check for the News,	make reference to the parents of
Editor’s Note: Obert Is a sixth	I belong to the John 0 Nafziger and	the member or his or her children
generation descendant of Rudolph	Mary Burkey tree. I admire anyone	by using the number following the
who landed in America in 1749. LIn-	with the patience to continually	name.
eage is as follows: Rudolph(l),	work on a project such as this.	Note: We have records of over 100
Peter (2), Daniel (3), Samuel (4),	members of the 4th generation but
Daniel(5), and OBERT(6). Son Donald	MRS. R. J. SOMMER	had space to include only 19 of the.
lives In Anderson, Indiana.	Saybrook, Illinois.	in this issue. The remainder of
them will appear In another issue
PUBLISHED EVERY MARCH, JULY, SEPTE$ABER AND DECEMBEI	of the News.
Page Four
Children of Peter Nafziger of I1lba who sailed for America in 1827
PETER NAFZIGER was born in 1790 at Ilibach, Hesse(Starnenburg),Germany. He was married in 1817 toJacobina Schwartzentruber(1793-1860). He sailed for America in 1827 on the Ship Henry Clay. He died at sea as did Mary, one of his daughters who was five years of age. The family had intended to go to Canada until the deaith of their father. Family legend passed from generat ion to generation is that the family is related to the Mennonite Nafziger of Water loo, Ontario, Canada. Also that a brother of Peter emigrated and settled in ill— inois. After desembarking the ship, Jacobina and her family lived for sometime at Groffdale and Morgantown area of Lancaster in Pennsylvania and Maryland. Seven children were born of the marriage. They are Daniel, Elizabeth, Magda lena, Mary, John, Peter and Jacobina. Jacobina was born at sea when they were sailing for the United States in 1827.
2-0 DANIEL NAFZINGER(1-1) Born in 1818, lllbach, Germany. Married in to Magdelena Schcrtz
(18 18-1863). 2nd. marriage in to Mary Kauffman of Matawana, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania.
Children: Elizabeth(3-0), Mary(3-1), Peter(3-2), Amos(3-3), Elan(3-4),Joseph(3 Lydia(3-6). Daniel(3.7),
Moses(3-8) and Magdalena(3-9). Burial in 1883.
2-1 ELIZABETH NAFZINGER(1.1) Born in 1820, Il. Germany. Married in 1857 to John Stoltzfus in Pennsylvania. Children: Jacobina(3-10) and Issac(3-11) Burial in 1908.
2-2 MAGDALENA NAFZINCER(1.1) Born in 1821, lllbach, Germany. Married in 1849 to Moses Hartz in
Pennsylvania. Residence: Morgantown, Pennsylvania. Children: Mary(3-1 2), Elizabeth(3-1 3), Rebeca(3-1 I,
Jacob(3-15), David(3-16) and Moses(3-17) Burial in 1901. Comments: This home was the last residence of
Jacobina, widow of Peter of lllbach prior to her death in 1860.
2-3 MARY NAFZINGER(1-1) Born in 1822, lilbach, Germany. Died at sea in 1827.
2-4 JOHN NAFZINGER(1-1) Born in 1824, Ilibach, Germany. Burial in 1847.
2-5 PETER B NAFZINGER(1-1) Born in 1826, lilbach, Germany. Married in 1854 to Lydia Yoder(1833-1919 in Mifflin County, Pennsylvania. Residence: Baltimore County, Maryland. Children: Fannie(3-18), Moses(3-19), John(3-20), Elizabeth(3-21), Annie(3-22) and five children who died in infancy. Comments Lydia ws a daughter of Bishop Solomon Yoder.
2-6 JACOBINA NAFZINGER(1-1) Born in 1827, the Netherlands. Married in to Jacob Beiler(18 10-1874).
Children: Rueben (3.23), Elizabeth(3-24) and Jacob(3-25).
Grandchildren of Peter Nafziger of Illbach who sailed for Americ in 1827
3-0 ELIZABETH NAFZINGER(2-0) Born in 1843. Died the first year. Burial in 1844.
3-1 MARY NAFZINGER(2-0) Born in 1844. Married in to Jacob Kauffman. Children: one child that died in infancy. Burial in 1877.
3-2 PETER NAFZINGER(2-0) Born in 1846. Died in infancy. Burial in 1864.
3-3 AMOS NAFZINGER(2-0) Born in 1848. Married in 1876 to Elizabeth Hartzler(1847-1929). Residence: Mifflin, Pennsylvania. Children’; Jonathan(4-1), Leah(4-2),Thomas(4-3),John(4-4) and Sallie(4-5). Burial in 1910.
3-4 ELAN NAFZINGER(2-0) Born in 1850, Died at the age of three years. Burial in 1853.
3-5JOSEPHNAFZINGER(2-O) Bornin 1853. Diedat theageof 11 years. Burialin 1864.
3-6 LYDIA NAFZINGER(2-0) Born in 1854. Married in 1877 to Lewis Shetler(1851-1924). Residence: Somerset
County, Pennsylvania. Children: Jacob (4-6), Daniel (4-7), Mary(4-8) and William (4.9).
3-7 DANIEL F NAFZINGER(2-0) Born in 1857. Married in to Mary Albrecht of Tiskilway, Illinois.
Residence: Tiskilway, Illinois. Children: there are no descendants.
3-8 MOSES W NAFZINGER(2-0) Born in 1859, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania. Married in to Elizabeth Schwartzentruber(1863-1933) of Johnson County, Iowa. Residence: Pigeon, Michigan. Children: Marv(l- and stepson Levi(4-1 1).
3-9 MAGDALENA NAFZINGER(2-0) orn in 1862.
3-1OJACOBINA STOLTZFUS(2-1) Born in 1859 in Pennsylvania. Married in to John Smocker. Children:
Elizabeth(4-12).
3-11 ISAAC STOLTZFUS(2-1) Married in 1884 to Fannie F Residence: Morgantown, Pennsylvania. Children:
Barbara(4-l 3), Elizabeth(4-14), Dorothea(4-1 5), Fannie(4-1 6) and Jacobina(4-1 7).
3-12 MARY HARTZ(2-2) Born in 1851, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Married in 1873 to John B Stoltzfus at
Morgantown, Pennsylvania. Children: Elmer(4 Lucinda(4-19), Moses(4-20), Sylvanua(4-21), Elsie(4-22), Selina
(4-23), Priscilla(4-24), Ruth(4 and Mary(4-26). Burial in 1885. Comments: Mary died in Knox County, Tennesse.
3-13 ELIZABETH HARTZ(2-2) Born in 1852. Died at the age of one year. Burial in 1853.
3-14 REBECCAHARTZ(2-2) Born in 1854. Married in to Christian E Fisher.
3.15 JACOB HARTZ(2-2) Born in 1857. Married in 1924 to Melinda Beiler. Residence: Morgantown, Pennsylvania.
Children: Lydia(4.27), Amos(4-28), Elam(4-29), Magdalene(4-30), Rebecca(4-31), Ira(4-32), Oliver(4-33) and a son who died in infancy. Burial in 1936.
3-16 DAVID HARTZ(2-2) Born in 1860, Morgantown, Pennsylvania. Married in 1885 to Anna Mary Lantz.
Children: Sadie(4-34) and Ada(4-35).
Great Grandchildren of Peter of Illbach
3-17 MOSES HARTZ(2-2) Born in 1864., Morgantown, Pennsylvania. Married in
Childr Laurs(4-60), Ruth(4-6 1) and Kenneth(4-62).
to Susan Goodborn.
3-18 FANNIE NAFZINGER(2-5) Born in 1855, Baltimore County, Maryland. Married in1881 to Isaac D ltertzler (1852-1936) Residence: Baltimore and Warwick County, Virginia. Children: Lydia(4.63), Henry(4-64), Elsie(4-65), Moses(4-66), Ruth(4-67),John(4-68) and Oliver(4-69). Burial in 1910.
3-19 MOSES E NAFZINGER(2-5) Born in 1857, Baltimore County, Maryland. Residence: live at the “Land of
Promise’ farm owned by his father at Long Green, Maryland. Married in 1885 to Emma Mast(1866-1950).
Children: Ida(4-56, Martha(4-5 7), Lewis(4-58) and Lillian(4-59)
3-20 JOHN NAFZINGER(2-5) Born in 1859, Long Green, Maryland. Married in 1887 to Emma Jane Young(1869-
Residence: Hutchinson, Kansas. Children: Grace(4-73), AIma(4-74), Frank(4-75), Hattie(4-76), Lcwis(i..77), Lena
(4-78) and John(4-79). Burial in 1924.
3.21 ELIZABETH M NAFZINGER(2-5) Born in 1862, Long Green, Maryland. Married in 1885 to John Z Mast.
Residence: Baltimore County, Maryland and Warwick County, Virginia. Children: Clara(4-80), Frances(4-81),
Lenora(4-82), Helena(4-83), Charles(4-84), Ruth(4-85), John(4-86), Emma(4-87), Edna(4-88), Sarah(4-89) and
Elsie(4-90) and two who died in infancy. Burial in 1948.
3-22 ANNIE P NAFZINGER(2-5) Born in 1868. Burial in 1902.
3-23 RUEBEN BEILER(2-6) Born in 1860 in Pennsylvania. Married in Pennsylvania. Children: Isaac(4-9 1), Jacob(4-92), John(4-93) and Eli(4-94).
to Fannie
Residence: Belleville,
3-24 ELIZABETH BEILER(2-6) Born in 1864 in Pennsylvania. Married in to John Smoker(1860- ).
Residence: Belleville, Pennsylvania. Children: Jacobina(4-95), Malinda(4-96), Benjamin(4-9 7), Priscilla(4-98), Leah
(4-99), Alfred(4-100), Sylvanus(4-1 01) and Ruth(4-1 02).
3.25 JACOB BEILER(2-6) Born in 1867 in Pennsylvania. Married in to Salina Yoder( Belleville, Pennsylvania. Children: Corrine(4-103), Florence(4-104) and Lillian(4- 105).
-1916). Residence:
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The home built by PETER NAFZINGER at Long Green, Maryland in 1866. It has the traditional two front doors so common in that day.
Front Row - MOSES and Erna Nafzinger
(son of Peter whose father died at sea)
Back Row - granddaughter Martha Reed
and daughter Ida Breldenbaugh. Baby
Elizabeth makes the 4th generation.
Great grandchildren of Peter Nafzigcr of Ilibach who sailed for America in 1827
4-1 JONATHAN NAFZINGER(3-3) Born in 1879. Died in infancy. Burial in 1879.
4-2 LIAlI NAFZINGER(3-3) Born in 1881. Died in infancy. Burial in 1881.
1.3 ‘rIIOMAS NAFZINGLR(3-3) Born in 1883., Mifflin County, Pennsylvania. Married in to Amanda Ii,,}ici (>1 West Liberty, Ohio. Residence: West Liberty, Ohio. Children: There are no descendants.
4-1J011N D NAFZINGER(3-3) Born in 1886, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania. Married in to Ida II /.ook. Residence: Belleville, Pennsylvania. Children: Luella(5-0), David(5-1), llelcn(5-2) and lrenc(5-3). Burial in 1949.
4.5 SALLIE NAFZINGLR(3-3) Born in 1889, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania.
4-6JACOB L SIIETLER( Born in 1878, Somerset County, Pennsylvania Married in 1902 to Katherine C. llershberger(1881-1932). Residence: !Iolsoppel, Pennsylvania. Children: \doptcd son. Paul(
4-7 DANIEL N SIIETLER(S ) Born in 1880, Somerset County, Pennsylvania. Married in 1908 to liii Weaver
(1879-1925). Residence: Ilolsoppel, Pennsylvania. Children: Clayton(5-23), Alma(5-24), Lrma( and l)wight
(5-26).
4.8 MARY M SIIETLER(3-6) Born in 1882, Somerset County, Pennsylvania. Married in to .\d.tm Shenk.
4-9 WILLIAM SIIETLER(3-6) Born in 1885, Somerset County, l’cnns lv Married in 1912 to Lvtlia Kauffman at Millwood, Pennsylvania. Residence: Atglen, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Cliildrrt,: Mc!ft M ( Vernon(5-29), Beatrice(5-30), Dorcas(5-31), Frances(5.32), Erma(5.33) and Emma(5-
4-10 MARY NAFZINGER(3.8) Born in 1886, Johnson County, Iowa. Married iii to f-rank Slictkr( l$97. in Johnson County, Iowa. Residence: Pigeon, Michigan. Children: Carl(5-4) tuid Mirium(5 h) and J
4-11 LEVI DF:rwEILER( 3.8) Residence: Clarence, New York.
4-12 ELIZABETH Sr Born in 1899. Married in to John Lapp.
4-13 BARBARA STOLTZFUS(3-1 1) Born in 1886. Married in to Amos /
4.14 I LIZABETII STOLTZFUS(3.1 1) Born in 1888. Married in to Samuel llertikr.
4-15 DOROTHEA STOLTZFUS(3-1 1) Born in 1890. Died at the age of one year. Burial in 1888.
4-16 FANNII. STOLTLFUS(3-11) Born in 1892. Mariied in to David Zonk.
4-li •JACOBINA STOLTZFUS(3.11) Born in 1899. Died in infancy. Burial in 1899.
4-18 EL MIR STOLTI:US(3.12) Born in 1873. Died at the age of one year. Burial in 1874.
4-19 LIJCINDA STOLTZFUS(3-12) Born in 1874. Married in to Robert McClement.
VOL. V - ). 2	THE NAFZGER HERIT/ NEWS	March 1, 976
PET CHILDREN
DANIEL NAFZINGER - ELIZABETH(NAFZINGER)STOLTZFUS - MAGDALENA(NAFZINGER)HARTZ - MARY NAFZINGER - JOHN NAFZINGER PETER B NAFZINGER AND JACOBINA(NAFZINGER)BEILER
PETER,S GRANDCHILDREN
EILIZABETH NAFZINGER - MARY(NAFZINGER)KAUFFMAN - PETER NAFZINGER - AMOS NAFZINGER - ELAN NAFZINGER - JOSEPH NAFZINGER - LYDIA(NAFZINGER)SHETLER - DANIEL F NAFZINGER - MOSES W NAFZINGER - MAGDALENA NAFZINGER - JACOBINA
(NAFZINGER)SMOCKER - ISAAC STOLTZFUS — MARY(HARTZ)STOLTZFIJS - ELIZABETH HARTZ - REBECCA HARTZ - JACOB HARTZ -
DAVID HARTZ - MOSES HARTZ - FANNIE(NAFZINGER)HERTZLER - MOSES E NAFZINGER - JOHN NAFZINGER - ELIZAPETH(NAFZIN GER)MAST - ANNIE P NAFZINGER - RUEBEN BEILER — ELIZABETH(BEILER)SMOKER - JACOB BEILER.
P GREAT GRANDCHILDREN
JONATHAN NAFZJNGER - LEAH NAFZINGER - THOMAS NAFZINGER - JOHN 0 NAFZINGER - SALLIE NAFZINGER - JACOB L SHETLER -
DANIEL N SHElLER — MARY M SHETLER — WILLIAM SHElLER — MARY(NAFZINGER)SHETLER) — LEVI DETWELER — ELIZABETH(SMOCKER)
LAPP - BARBARA(STOLTZFUS)ZOOK - ELIZABETH(STOLTZFUS)HERTZLER — DOROTHEA STOLTZFUS - FANNIE(STOLTZFUS)ZOOK - JACOB INA STOLTZFUS - ELMER STOLTZFUS - LUCINDA(STOLTZFUS)McCLEMENT - MOSES STOLTZFUS — SYLVANUS STOLTZFUS - ELISE — STOLTSFIJS - SELINA(STOLTZFUS)BECHETT - PRISCILLA(STOLTZFUS)COLEMAN - RUTH STOLTZFUS - MARY(STOLTZFUS)MICHOT -
LYDIA(HARTZ)STOLTZFUS - AMOS(HARTZ)JURTZ - ELAN HARTZ - MAGDALENA HARTZ - REBECCA(HARTZ)MAST - IRA HARTZ - OLIVER
HARTZ - SADIE(HARTZ)HAMMERS — ADA SELINE(HARTZ) WITMAN - IDA(NAFZINGER)BREIDENBAUGH - MARTHA(NAFZINGER)ECKHART -
LEWIS MORRIS NAFZINGER - LILLIE(NAFZINGER)BREIDENBAUGH - LAURA HARTZ - RUTH HARTZ - KENNETH HARTZ - LYDIA(HERTZLER)
YODER - HENRY PETER HERTZLER - ELSIE N HERTZLER - MOSES L HERTZLER - RUTH(HERTZLER)HOLLOWAY - JOHN F HERTZLER -
OLIVER L HERTZLER — GRACE NAFZINGER - ALMA(NAFZINGER)LAUVER - FRANK H NAFZINGER - HATTIE N NAFZINGER - LEWIS P
NAFZINGER - LENA B NAFZINGER - JOHN L NAFZINGER - CLARA(MAST)WITHROW - FRANCES(MAST)BARNHART — ANNA(MAST)MILLER -
HELENA E MAST - CHARLES H MAST - RUTH(MAST)EVERETT — JOHN W MAST - EMMA(MAST)EVERETT - EDNA R MAST - SARAH L MAST
ELSIE L MAST - ISAAC SElLER - JACOB BEILER - JOHN SElLER - ELI BEILER - JACOBINA SMOKER - MALINDA SMOKER - BENJAMIN
SMOCKER - PRISCILLA SMOKER - LEAH SMOKER - ALFRED SMOKER - SYLVANUS SMOKER - RUTH SMOKER - CORRINE BEILER - FLOR
ENCE BEILER — LILLIAN BEILER.	—
•	P GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN
LUELLA(NAFZINGER)YODER - DAVID NAFZINGER - HELEN NAFZINGER - IRENE(NAFZINGER)COLLINS - CARL W SHElLER — JAMES F
SHElLER - MIRIAM A SHElLER - PHILLIP H ECKHART - LILLIA(ECHART)PALMER — MARY(ECKHART)THROM - JOHN L NAFZINGER -
MOSES L NAFZINGER - CLYDE A NAFZINGER - CLAUDE A WITHROW - CLARA(WITHROW)WILKINS — PAUL SHElLER - CLAYTON SHETLER
ALMA R SHETLER - ERMA A(SHETLER)ALWINE - DWIGHT SHETLER - MELBA(SHETLER)UBLE — MARY(SHETLER)GLICK - VERNON I
SHETLER - BEATRICE E SHETLER - DORCAS A SHETLER — FRANCES L SHETLER — ERMA G SHElLER - EMMA H SHETLER - ARTHUR V
HERTZLER - MILFORD R HERTZLER — MENNON S HERTZLER - IOIS(HERTZLER)HOSTETTER - ANNA(HERTZLER)SHANK - HARRY W HERTZLER
OLIVER W HERTZLER - ASIE(HERTZLER)ZIEGLER - EDITH(HERTZLER)WENGER - DORA(HERTZLER)BRUNK - MARY(HERTZLER)GROVE -
CHARLES W HERTZLER - VERNON N HERTZLER - ALLEN G HERTZLER - ELSIE(HERTZLER)ROHRER — VELMA(HERTZLER)GARNEND -
ROBERT J HOLLOWAY - MILTON E HOLLOWAY - DOROTHY(HOLLOWAY)BURKHOLDER — MAURICE W HOLLOWAY - RUTH(HOLLOWAY)MILLER -
CHARLES H HOLLOWAY - DORIS(HERTZLER) WHITE - RONALD L HERTZLER — PATRICIA M HERTZLER - RALPH K YODER - ALTA(YODER)
BAUMAN — EDITH(YODER)MUMAW — LAUREN A YODER - ETHEL YODER — MARY(YODER)NICE - FRANCES(YODER)SI4JCKER - ESTHER
(YODER)BRUNK — HELENA(YODER) WELLS - MORRIS H YODER — MILDRED L BARNHART - JOHN R BARNHART - FRANCES(BARNHART)SMITH
C. E. HAYES - RUTH(BARNHART)STROUBE - CALVIN G BARNHART - ERNEST C MILLER - LILLIAN L MILLER — CHARLES C MILLER -
CHARLES C MAST - HOWARD D MAST - CLYDE H MAST - ELIZABETH D MAST — LOUISE F EVERETT - JOHN R NAFZINGER - LARRY L
NAFZINGER - MARTHA(BREIDENBAUGH)REED — PAUL M BREIDENBAUGH - JOHN L BREIDENBAUGH — IDA(BREIDENBAUGH)TOMBAUGH — JOYCE E NAFZINGER - PHILLIP J LAUVER - NORMAN D LAUVF, — ELIZABETH A LAUVER — RTH J LAUVER - WILLIAM LAUVER.
PETER,S GREAT GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN
NORMAN P BREIDENBAUGH - ARNOLD L BREIDENBAUGH - CHRISTIAN P BREIDENBAUGH —JOHN W BREIDENBAUGH - JOHN E REED
MARTNA(REED)MOREHOUSE - VIRGINIA(REED)MOORE — ARTHUR I BREIDENBAUGH - JAMES S NAFTZINGER — BRENDA NAFZINGER -
RENEE COLLINS - KAREN A NAFZINGER — NANCY JO NAFZINGER — ROGER V HERTZLER - WILMER A HERTZLER - ISAAC D HERT7LER
JANET MUZZY — MICHELE(MUZZY)STEVENS - CAROLYN(PALMER) WALLACE - BARBARA(PALMER)WASHKEVICH - SUSIE E PALMER - MARY
PALMER - SHARON L PALMER — JOYCE R PALMER - ROBERT A HERTZLER - RAYMOND W HERTZLER - JAMES R HERTZLER - CAROLYN
(HERTZLER)PRESLEY - JANICE(HERTZLER)GERBER - MARJORIE(HOSTETTER)SWARTZENTRUBER - JOHN V HOSTETTER — ANNA(HOS TETTER)GLICK - ROBERT D HOSTETTER - OWEN 0 SHANK - HENRY N SHANK - ELLE(SHAt*)SHETLER - MARGARET(SHANK)LEHNAN
PATRICIA I SHANKS - RAY J SHANK - JAMES D HERTZLER - JOSEPH R HERTZLER — JOHN P HERTZLER - ERNEST D HERTZLER -
MICHAEL W HERTZLER - LOIS A HERTZLER — MARY J HERTZLER - HENRY P HERTZLER - JUDY(HERTZLER)HUNPHREY - OLIVER W
HERTZLER — GENE R HERTZLER — MILDRED(ZIEGLER)OWN - DONALD W ZEIGLER - AUDRE(ZIEGLER)THOMPSON - RALPH G ZIEGLER -
HELEN ZIEGLER - HAROLD R WENGER - JOHN H WENGER — SIDNEY E WENGER - PRESTON L WENGER - RICHARD 0 WENGER - LOUISE
A WENGER - BEVERLY AN WENGER — CHRISTINE G WENGER - BARBARA J WENGER - SHIRLEY(BRUNK)COBERLY — RONALD N BRUNK -
KENNETH D BRUNK - KATHRYN G(BRUNK)STOLTZFUS - JUANITA L BRUNK - CAROLYN(HOLLOWAY)BULTER - MAURICE W HOLLOWAY -
. ELIZABETH A HOLLOWAY - STANLEY N GROVE - LAWRENCE E GROVE - WESLEY J GROVE — ROBERT I GROVE - AUDREY(GROVE)
JOHNSON - ROGER V HERTZLER - WILMER A HERTZLER - ISAAC 0 HERTZLER TAMARA J NELSON - SHEILA K DARNEND - PATRICIA
E GARNEND - TERESA J GARNEND - GEORGE D GARNEND — JANI - MURRAY J ROHRER - DENNIS GILBERT -
CHARLES W HERTZLER — LOWELL I HERTZLER — BONITA(HERTZL - ANITA(HERTZLER)LANDES — SUSIE J HERTZLER — LLOYD K HERTZLER - LESLIE A HERTZLER - KATHRYN(HERTZLER)KORNHAUS - MARIE A HERTZLER - ASHTON L HERTZLER - WILLIAM
VOL. V - NO. 2	THE NAFZGER HERITAGE ?	March 1, 1976
CONTIMJED PLIERS RLAI RLAI RLAT RANDCHILDRLN CONTI
R HERTZLER - ROBERT T HOLLOWAY - MILTON L HOLLOWAY PHYLLIS L HOLLOWAY °- ELAINE(HOLLOWAY)SCHAEFER - DONNA(HOLL- S
OWAY)LILLY - JEAN(HOLLOWAY)DONQ - ROWENA A HOLLOWAY - IVEN KENT HOLLOWAY - NELSON D BURKHOLDER - SANFORD D
BURKHOLDER - DARRELL L MILLER - - ERNEST C MILLER - MARILY K HOLLOWAY - RANDALL L HOLL OWAY - DAVID A HOLLOWAY - JOHN H YODER - LEN K YODER - CHARLES G BAUMAN - LOWELL W BAUMAN - CARE L I’ -
JOHN D MUMAW - CHESTER Y MUMAW - CONNIE(Y - LINDA(YODER)YODER - LAUREN W YODER - SUSAN(YODER)ACKERMAN
SHARONYODER)HUBER - PEGGY(YODER)KIPFER — — HARVEY Y NICE — ALINE S NICE - VIVIAN C NICE — STEVEN L NICE - DOLORES E NICE - ELDON P NICE — MICHAEL A NICE — ELWOOD D SMUCKER - DAVID G SMUCKER - NORMA
(SMUCKER)FISHER - HELEN J SMUCKER - JANET K SMUCKER - GEORGE F BRUNK — MURIEL L BRUNK - IRENE( -
HOLLY A BRUNK - POLLY B BRUNK - DALE A BRUNK - BONN(YODER)BEACHY - RAYMOND A YODER - JEWELL I YODER - RICHARD D
YODER - STLPHEN L SMITH - SHIRLEY J HAYES - JOANNE HAYNES - ROBERT B STROUBE - JOANNA(STROUBE)MITCHEM - DIANNE
C STROUBE - CHARLES R BARNHART - CALVIN G BARNHART - CHRISTIAN H BARNHART.
PETER,S GREAT GREAT GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN.,.
MARGARET E BREIDENBAUGH - MARK E BREIDENBAUGH - GRACE(BREIDENBAUGH)I4ILLER - GAYLE KRISTINE BREIDENBAUGH - STEPHANIE
N WASHKEVICH - JAMES B NAFZINGER - LEWIS H TOMBAUGH - BONNIE A TOMBAUGH - LOUAN TOMBAUGH - KELLY A TOMBAUGH -
CATHERINE L TOMBAUGH - DONALD L TOMBAUGH - ELIZABETH D JACKSON - CHARLES R JACKSON - CHRISTINA L.JACKSO JOHN
RAYNOR WITHROW - ELIZABETH WITHROW - HAROLD R STURM - LINDA N STURM - ROBERT L HERTZLER - ANTHONY V HERTZLE1
CHERYL C HERTZLER - KEVIN A HERTZLER - PHILLIP I HERTZLER - RANDALL J HERTZLER - DIANNE PRESLE MICHAEL PRESLEY
TIMOTHY PRESLEY - ALAN PRESELY — RAYMOND PRESLEY - SUSAN PRESELY - CATHERFINE PRESLEY - GREGORY ERBER ‘ ‘
GERBER - BRADLEY GERBER - JOHN N SWARTZENTRUBER — DEAN SWARTZENTRUBER - DON SWARTZENTRUBER - JEA}4A SWARTZENTRUBER
DEL SWARTZENTRUBER - BONNIE HOSTETTER - MARIA HOSTETTER - RGINA E BLICK - DOREEN BuCK - RUTH SLICK - DWANE R,
GLICK — SHANE R SHANK - DAVID N SHANK - JONATHAN E SHANK - THOMAS B SHANK - CHARLES H SHANK - MELLISSA B SHANK -
ROBERT J SHANK - KRISTIN I SHANK - KARL A SHANK - MICHAEL J SHANK - EMILIE G SHElLER - EDWIN MARK HERTZLER - CONRAD
L HERTZLER - APRIL M HERTZLER - VERONICA F HERTZLER - KARL A HERTZLER - LUCY E HERTZLER - YOLANDA J HERTZLER -
RUSSELL A HERTZLER — LUCINDA B HERTZLER - iSHARILYN BETH HERTZLER — ROGER D HERTZLER - KEVIN M HERTZLER - ANN N
HUMPHREY - GRAHAM G OWEN - GRIFFITH N OWEN - BRIAN WESLEY ZIEGLER - LARA S ZIEGLER - CHRISTOPHER S THOMPSON -
ABIGAIL L THOMPSON - MERLIN R WENGER - RISA J WENGER - AARON WENGER — JESSICA WENGER - ANDREEA WENGER - JOSEPH G
COBERLY - JAN A GROVE - CHRISTINE J GROVE - DENNIS I GROVE - JEREMY C GROVE - ROBERT E L JOHNSON - KIMBERLY E
JOHNSON - ALLISON A ROHRER - LORA A HERTZLER - CRAIG W HERTZLER - ANDRE L HERTZLER - SHELBY I HERTZLER - ROBERT I
HOLLOWAY - KIMBERLY A HOLLOWAY — PAULA J SCHAEFER — ANDREW N SCHAEFER - STEPHANIE C LILLY - PATRICK L DONOVAN -
KRISTEN LYNN BURKHOLDER - JACOB A BUTLER - JASON K YODER - JERRICA K YODER - ROBERT S MUMAW - JOSEPH L MUMAW -
ANNE P YODER - LINDA B YODER - REINALD S YODER -aCELYN C YODER - ILSE L ACKERMAN - HANS C ACKERMAN - JEFFIFER A
FISHER - LArt L FISHER - BRUCE P BRUNK - DAWN M BRIJNK - BEN f BRENNEMAN - BARBARA A HERTZLER - TIMOTHY R HERTZLER
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