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Our thanks to Robert D Nafziger of Belleville, Kansas who sent us in formation on his family line. His grandfather was August Nafziger who came to America in 1853 and settled in Taxewell County, Illinois. We have been trying to piece this line of Illinois Nafzigers together and Robert’s letter helped a great deal.
Our featured Nafzger, Hesse Darmstadt, Germany. Valentine, Catherine, and the names, if any, are not Germany as did one son named The surviving son, Christian to America making up another nite settlement near Danvers
Pictured above is Richard Nofsker his wife Kathryn and their daughters Mary and Laura. The latest records would seem to indicate that Richard is a ninth generation descendant of Ulrich l4afzger who landed in America in 1741.
We appreciate the copy of “An In troduction to Mennonite History” by Cornelius J. Dyck sent to us by Lynn Nafziger of Goshen, Indiana. The book traces the Anabaptist Men nonite Movement from 1525 and makes for some interesting reading.Thanks for the nice gift, Lynn.
Our thanks to Grace Nafziger of Washington, Illinois who sent us a nice booklet on the history of John and Anna(Garber)Nafziger.
The forward in the booklet reads; This is to acknowledge the work of Emil Kinsinger of Washington, Illinois who first began to gather the information on the family. He had it printed in booklet form in 1939 and later in 1955. Kather ine Goyns of Peoria, Illinois undertook the task in 1972 and un til her death in 1974, had worked long and hard on this project. Cathryn Camp was the secretary of the Nafziger reunion in 1974. She volunteered to continue to work on the project. She has been assisted by Mabel Esch. The cover page was designed by Mrs . Harold Esch.
Peter of Uberau was married to Pheobe Fischer in Children of this fan are Christian, Peter, Barbara. There nay have been other children but known to the writer. Peter of Uberau died in Peter and two daughters; Barbara and Catherine. and the family of deceased Catherine emigrated continency of Nafzoers to settle in the Menno— and Washington. Illinois.
There are many double couslrs in the list of oescerd of Peter of Uberau making iderti very confusing. The same surname due to between cousins and other Nafzger lines make for a tangled relation ship among the descendants so that the writer had a confusing time placing together a list for the News. There may be errors. We hope our readers will correct any errors so that an accurate record can be established for future generations.
The first marriage of Naffzigers was shen a son of the step-mother of Peter, the Apostle, named Valen tine married Katherine, daughter of Peter of Uberau. Katherine died in Germany but her husband, Valentine and children; August, Ferdinand, Julia, Bertha, Amelia, Katherine, Minnie and Elizabeth journied to America to join other menibersof the family that had settled in the Danvers—Washington, Illinois area.
Thus, we find the Mennonite set tlement In Illinois already popul lated by six children of Peter of Groversheim and his second wife who was widow Nafzlger with two child ren are joined by children and grandchildren of Peter of Uberau.
The county might have been named “Naffziger County” except for the fact many of them did not remain in the area. For example, one son of Peter of Uberau, named Peter died in Germany but his widow, Magdalena (Imhof)1825—l895 and children: John, August, Wilhelm, Magdalena, and Christian eventually settled near Columbus, Kansas. Magdalena Is buried in the Edgeman Cemetery, Col umbus, Kansas. Christian, another son of Peter of Peter of Uberau was born In 1803 and emigrated to the U.S. In 1853. He landed at New York City and pro ceeded westward, first to Putman County, Ohio and later to Danvers. By 1887, he had settled In McLean County, Illinois. His children are Peter, Jacob, Christian, Valentine, John, Katherine, Elizabeth, Lena, and Sara. Three children died in Infancy. He died in 1893.
VOL. V - I 3
FAMILY OF PETER OF UBERAU SAILS FOR AMERICA
COMMENDATION
July 1, 1976
Our thanks to Fr M.—L. Nafzinger of Fairfax Station, Virginia for an update on the Moses E Nafzinger fam ily line.
Our thanks to the Nafzinger de— cendants of Peter of Ilibach for the corrections of data on the var ious members of the line. The corr ections are being made. Thanks to your letters, records can be made accurate.
Mrs. Margaret Bullock, 804 College Street, Woodland, California, 95695 is researching the Rupel, Levingood and Naftzinger families in Europe before they emigrated to America. Any help would be appreciated.
Mrs Clapper of Mansfield, Ohio Is
‘	keeping herself busy identifying
the detailed data of the Viva Noff singer Parrish Hart line of Jacob
• Noffsinger who was born in 1850 in Macon City, Indiana. It is a diffi cult line because Jacob worked in Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan as a minister so It is difficult to say where he lived at any given time.But Mrs. Clapper is making excellent progress.
. Thanks to Mrs. A. 1. Goold for ending us additional information on the Shafers who are descendants of Jacob Nafzger (landed In America in 1750).
THE NAFZGER HERITAGE NEWS
editors and publishers
CLAIR E NAFTZGER
KATHLEEN NAFTZCER
BETTY NAFTZGER
PUBLISHED QUARTERLY Subscription - $5.00 yearly
120 Edgewood Drive Grafton, Ohio 44044
Issue No. 1 — NAFZGERS SAIL FOR AMERICA featuring Matthew Nafzger who sailed In 1749.
Issue No. 2 - TWO BROTHERS ARRIVE IN AMERICA featuring Christian and John who sailed in 1840.
Issue No. 3 - JACOB NAFZGER LANDS IN AMERICA IN 1750 featuring Jacob who sailed in 1750.
Issue No. 4 - PETER NAFZGER LANDS IN AMERICA IN 1749.
Issue No. 5 — VALENTINE SAILS FOR AMERICA IN 1831 featuring Valentine who settled in Wayne County but children moved to Fulton County.Ohio. Issue No. 6 - JOHANNES NOFZIGER SAILS FOR AMERICA IN 1847 - and set tled in Fulton County, Ohio. Issue No. 7 — NAFZGER FAMILY FOUND IN SWITZERLAND IN 1600 - featuring Daniel Nafzger who emigrated to the States in 1887 but lineage trace to 1600 and Switzerland.
Issue No. 8 - ILLINOIS NAFFZIGERS ENTER THE U.S.A. IN 1826 featuring Peter Naffziger of Grovershein’ many whose children settled in the Congerville area of Illinois. Issue No. 9 - FIVE BROTHERS FROM PENNSYLVANIA - featuring five early Noffsker, Nofsker, Nosker brothers. Issue No. 10 - RUDOLPH LANDS IN AMERICA IN 1749 Who accounts for a large number of the Noffsingers liv ing in the Unit States.
Issue No. 11 - NEW INFORMATION DIS COVERED ON THE EARLY NAFZGERS -
featuring some new information un covered relating to the early Naf zgers.
Issue No.12 — CHRISTIAN NAFZIGER’S FAMILY SETTLED IN WAYNE COUNTY from 1831 to 1840.
Reprints are avilable on Issues number one, two, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven and twelve. Reprints ARE NOT AVAILABLE FOR issue numbers three and four.
Please send a dollar with your request to cover postage and re printing charges.
We did not have enough space to publish all the letters we received in the mail. Most of them will appear in the next issue of the News.
We have stated on a number of ocassions that keeping the mailing list straight is quite a problem be cause of the use of initials in stead of first name and checks and letters signed by wives and a host of other reasons. Thus, rather than chance not sending someone a copy,we tend to try to error on the safe side by sending what proves to be an extra copy. If you receive an extra copy, give it to a family member who you think will become a subscriber. We send out a number of free copies each issue to pro mote growth of the News anyway. You would be a better judge of who sho uld get the free copies so give it to a good potential subscriber.
LETTERS
Enclosed is a check for a sub scription and a few dollars extra to help pay for increased cost of postage and other items.We find the paper interesting and appreciate the time and effort on your part to make It so.
HAROLD SHORT
Stryker, Ohio
Received your March newsletter. A letter from William Nofsker of Falls Church, Virginia appeared under Comendation. His father, William Harvey Nofsker was a brother of my great grandfather Emanuel Martin Nofsker. I will send him a picture of his Dad. I have enclosed a pic ture of my family.
RICHARD L NOFSKER
Pulaski, Pennsylvania
Enclosed is my check for a sub scription to the News. I enjoy It very much. Christmas time 1974, I lost my mother. In 1975, May lost a brother and Clair lost his father.I think the News has helped a lot of us Nafzgers to think and wonder ab out their relatives of the past and those still living.Keep up the good work as long as you can.
MRS. PAUL LIGGETT
Wooster, Ohio
Laura(naftzger)Fetzer(l 884-1974) -
a sixth generation descendants of
Jacob who landed In America in 1750.
Internment at the Wayne Presbyterian
Churchyard Cemetery, Wayne County,
Ohio.
LETTERS
We received a nice letter from Richard Noftsger of Wllmlngton,Ohio The Noftsgers of this part of Ohio are related to the Noftsger line In Iowa. Mrs. P.M. Noftsger of Aller ton, Iowa has convinced us that the line are descendants of a Jacob Noftsger who entered the U.S. via Kentucky in the early 1800’s. The old family Bible information pro vided by a brother of Richard, Will ard Noftsger of Wilmington appear to connect this family to another Jacob who entered in 1750 as some members of this family are listed The many Noftsgers In Oklahoma also connect to the line. Thus, we have a grasp on a very substantial line of Noftsgers in the U.S. and can’t seem to establish the exact re lationships which we hope to do in the near future.
Enclosed is our subscription for the year. We have collected some family Information on our line and will send it to you soon. We are ;from Iowa and my father was George Noftsger and mother was Carrie(lam phin)Noftsger.
FRANK AND MYRA NOFTSGER
Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Editor’s Note — The way we have the rough chart drawn is that your grandfather Alred M. and possibly your great great grandfather is Jacob(1772-l856) who married Eliza beth Frank. We will look forward to receiving your material to see if it will, help us to place this line together.
Enclosed please find check for the News. I am being married on Decem ber 27th. to Thomas E. Wallace. Please continue to send the News to the following address.
HELEN( NAFTZGER) WALLACE St. Davids, Pennsylvania.
IN MEMORY
H. DENNIS REED (1902-1976) Intern ment at the Fork Methodist Cemetery Fork, Maryland.
(Mrs. Reed was very helpful provid ing pictures for the last issue of the News. We are sorry to hear of the loss of her husband)
Norman A Cooper(19O5-l976) husband of Chelsea Nosker. Interment at the Graceland Cemetery, Valparaiso, In lana. (We had visited the Coopers in East Gary and the Coopers had visited the Naftzgers in Grafton.We were friends.
PUBLISHED EVERY MARCH, JULY, SEPTEMBER APt DECEMBER
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VOL. V - 3	ThE NAFZGER HERITAGE NEWS
July 1, 1976
OF EACH YEAR
VOL. V - Ne. 3	THE NAFZGER HERITAGE NEWS	July 1, 1976
We have not forgotten our promise to send you our version of the Naff
. ziger coat of arms. I am still look ing for some additional material along that line which I seemed to have misplaced. We have moved so many times over the past few years. Enclosed is check for subscription for two years.
A. BROOKS NAFFZIGER Columbus, Ohio
I am a descendant of Christian Nafzlger you featured in your July
• Issue through his daughter, Magda— lena(Nafziger)Sutter.My grandfather was Christian Sutter, and my father was Edward Sutter. He married Stella Henderson in 1923. She still lives In Eureka, Illinois. I am married to Floyd Sherry.We have four child ren; Sylvla,Dlana,Edward and James. I learned about your paper from
Carroll Nafziger of Minler, Illinois, who spoke at the annual Sutter re union held each year at Hopedale.
VIRGINIA(NAFZ
Bettendorf, Iowa
Enclosed Is my subscription to the News which I enjoy very much. Soon, T be sending you some new In formation on the Nafzger family.
. GAYLORD NOFTSGER Edmond, Oklahoma
Enclosed Is a check for subscrip tion to the News. We first learned of the News a couple weeks ago when we visited my Uncle Bill in Ill Inois. We find the paper very in teresting. They gave us a copy
featuring Petter Naffziger of Grover sheim, Germany. We find our family
listed under the sixth generation.
Would it be possible to receive copies of back Issues?
JACK NAFFZIGER
Alma, Michigan
Enclosed is my check for 1976 and I would like for you to change my
address until further notice. My husband has accepted a job for the comIng year with the King Falsal Specialist Hospital in Rlyadh,Saudi Arabia. Since I’m not too sure what kind of mall service we’ll have, starting with the next Issue, will you please send to my father.
Incidentally, It was fun reading about my uncle, Ed Nofzlger In the December Issue.
Perhaps, I can find out something
• about Valentine Nafzlger if I get a chance to visit Europe while living in Saudi Arabia.
HELEN N KRAUSE
ORANGEVALE, CALIFORNIA
If you do not want your letter published, please tell us when you write.
LETTERS
I am enclosing subscription for the News. I will be looking forward to more interesting reading like the sample, My good wishes for the suc cess of your endeavor.
MRS. DORA BRUNK
Newport News, Virginia
Just to let you know that we are interested in the Heritage News Ed’s brother has a book of the fam ily and we need to borrow It to get the information to complete the form that you sent us. I don’t want to send you information with errors that may confuse data on our family line.
Edward Noffsinger
McMinnville, Oregon
Enclosed Is my subscription for the News. I enjoy It very much. It contains a wealth of information on the great ones of our ancestors. We hope to visit in Michigan and Ohio this sumer and would like to stop in to see the material on the Naf—
zgers.
DALE M NOFSINGER
Marietta, Georgia
Editor’s Note — Please stop In. We will be looking forward to a visit from you. Presently, I am working approxImately 20 rnllesfrom Grafton so I will need a little notice to be on hand when you arrive.
Please add Christian Andrew Sutter to your chart of the Christian and Veronica (Burkey) Nafziger line as the newest member of the 7th gen eration.The use of the name Christ ian was already well established In the Sutter Family at the time of their migration to Central Illinois in 1848-1850, but the marriage of Christian Sutter to Christian Nafzi ger’s daughter Magdalena In 1850
seems to have clinched its usage In our line. There has been a Christ ian Sutter in each generation since.
I continue to be busy working on my PH. D. In history though little is doing his best to distract me now. In the fall we will be leaving for Friedrlchstadt, West Germany, where I will spend nine months re searching my dissertation. I hope to find time for some genealogical research while I am there.
SEM CHRISTIAN SUTTER
Chicago, Illinois
LETTERS
I enjoy the Nafzger Heritage News. Enclosed is my check for subscript tion. Also, please add ny name on the list for all back copies. I am enclosing an information sheet show ing the various connections of our family line.
Editor’s Note — Katherine Is a de— cendant of the Nafzger line that has beer traced to 1600 in Switzerland. It is the oldest line of Kafzgers in our records.
Thank you so much for the Uafzger Heritage News It was so Interest ing to read of my ancestors and heritage. I remember very well ny great grandmother and visitir.g her and my great grandfather in t port News,Vlrglnia. She was Eliza beth Nafzinger, daughter of Peter Nafzinger and granddaughter of Peter of Illbach. She married ,ohn Mast and one of their children was my dear, dear grandmother, Clara Mast Wlthrow.
VIRGINIA W JACKSON
Garland, Texas
I was interested to learn that a tour to Germany might be planned for sometime in the future. You mentioned that you would be looking for a tour leader. While I am not familiar enough with our family his tory to know the major points of in terest, I am acquainted with tour procedures and have led tours to Holy Land, Athens and Egypt. Per haps, I could be helpful in that respect. Keep up the good work.
G. PHILIP NOFSINGER(Rev.)
Detroit, Michigan
Editor’s Note—Sounds good. Perhaps, we can team you with our history major - (Dr) Sem Sutter to make a worthwhile tour for the Nafzgers. We hope to work the tour In such a way that two tour leaders will re ceive their trip free.
Nafzgers can write to let us know what they believe such a trip should Include in the agenda. My thoughts are that the trip should Include visits to the towns of the Nafzgers who left Germany and sailed for Mierica such as Gundersberfhof, Ill— bach, Groversheim, Kirkheim, Bolen, Metz, Wiesenstelg, Urbach, Greuden bergerhof, Zweibrucken, Ubereau ,etc. Probably, Bern, Switzerland should be included. Visiting where the re cords are kept or the archives In the area would be nice. Also, getting to meet some German Nafzger faniili les would be expected.
PUBLISHED EVERY MARCH, JULY, SEPTEMBER AND DECEMBER OF EACH YEAR
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Children of Christian Nafziger from Hopedale, Illinois
CHRISTIAN NAFZIGER was born in Germany in 1792. He married Veronica Burkey who was born in 1797. They are the parents of Christian, Magdalena, John, Elizabeth and perhaps other children whose names are not known to the writer. Christian and Veronica emigrated to America somewhere around the year 1843 to live with their two sons and two daughters in the Hopedale, Illinois are who had already made the journey to the new world in 1840. Christian died in 1873 and is buried in the Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois. Veronica passed away in 1855 and is buried in the same cemetery.
2-0 JOHN 0 NAFZIGER(1.0) Born in 1926 in Germany. Married in to Mary Burkey
(1839-1920). Residence: Hopedale, Illinoia. Children: John(3-1), Daniel(3-2), Christian
(3.3) Valentine(3-4), Mary(3 and Barbara(3-5). Burial in 1885, Hopedale Mennonite
Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois. Comments: John emigrated to America in 1840
with his brother, Christian. They traveled by the way of New Orleans to Peoria and onto
Tazewell County, Illinois. A few years later, they help their father Christian to come to
America. John purchased his one quarter section of land near Hópedale in 1854.
2-1 CHRISTIAN NAFZIGER(1-0) Born in 1819 in Germany. Married in 1851 to Elizabeth Zehr(1 829-1900) in Pekin, Illinois. Children: Joseph(3-22), Christian(3.23), Andrew(3-24),
Magdalena(S-25), and Elizabeth(3-26). Burial in 1899 at Hopedale Mennonite Curchyard
Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois. Comments: Christian emigrated to America in 1840 with his
brother, John. They traveled by the way of New Orleans to Peoria and onto Tazewell County,
Illinois. A few years later, helped his father make his way to America. Christian was an
Amish bishop in the Hopedale Mennonite Church.
2-2 MAGDALENA NAFZIGER(1-0) Born in 1919 in Germany. Married in to Christ ian Sutter(1 823-1 899). Residence: Hopedale, Illinois. Children: Christian(3-1 0), Barbara (3-11), Lena(3-12) and John(3-12a) 2nd. marriage in 1873 to Barbara Augsburger. Burial in 1871.
2-3	ELIZABETH NAFZIGER(1-0) Born in	in Germany. Married in	to John
Springer(1 834-1 896). Residence: Hopedale, Illinois. Children: Elizabeth(3-1 3), Mary(3-14),
Christian(3-1 5), Barbara(3-1 6), Lydia(3-1 7), Fannie(3-18), Lena(3-19), David(3-20) and
John(3-21).
Grandchildren of Christian Nafziger from Hopedale, Illinois
3-1 JOHN NAFZIGER(2-0) Born in 1968, Hopedale, Illinois. Married in to Lydia Litwiller(1867.1946).
Residence: Hopedale, Illinois. Children: Alma(4-1), Leah(4-2), Martha(4-S), Amos(4-4), Orrin(4.5), Mary(4.6)r
Fannie(4-7), Agnes(4-8) and Edna(4-9). Burial in 1917, Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale
Illinois.
3-2 DANIEL NAFZIGER(2-0) Born in 1960, Hopedale, Illinois. Married in to Katherine Schertz(1860-1956).
Residence: Hopedale, Illinois. Children: John(4-10), Asa(4-11), Christian(4-12), Lena(4-13), and Silas(4-l4). Burial
in 1934 at Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois. Comments: He was a minister in the
Amish-Mennonite Church and was ordained in 1892 at Hopedale.
3-3 CHRISTIAN B NAFZIGER(2-0) Born in 1862, Hopedale, Illinois. Married in to Catherine Sprmger( 936).
Residence: Hopedale, Illinois. Children: Joseph(4-24), Jonas(4-26), Emma(4-2 7), Marie(4-28), Aaron(4-29), Barbara
(4-30), Levi(4-S1), Simon(4-32) and Lawrence(4-33). Burial in 1942, Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery,
Hopedale, Illinois.
3-4 VALENTINE NAFZIGER(2-0) Born in 1979, Hopedale, Illinois. Married in to Lydia Saltzman(1882-1957). Residence: Hopedale, Illinois. Children: no descendants. Burial in 1962, Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois.
3-5 BARBARA NAFZIGER(2-0) Born in 1864, Hopedale, Illinois. Married in 1883 to Christian Kauffmann(l859-1942).
Residence: Hopedale, Illinois. Children: Christian(4-111), Aaron(4 Mary(4-113), Valentine(4-I 14), Lydia(4-1 15),
Bertha(4-1 16), Emma(4-1 1 7),John(4-1 18), Kathryn(4-1 19), Ella(4-120), and Anna(4-121). Burial in 1951 at Hopcdale
Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois.
3-6 MARY B NAFZIGER(2-0) Born in 1870, Hopedale, Illinois. Did not marry. Residence: Hopedale, illinois. Burial in 1941, Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois.
3-10 CHRISTIAN N SUTTER(2-2) Born in 1853, Morton, Illinois. Married in 1876 to Fannie Stalter(1858-1943).
Residence: Tazewell County, Illinois. Children: Christian(4-35), Barbara(4-36), Sophia(4.3 7), Lousia(4-38 ),Julius
(4-39), Amos(4-40), Levi(4-41), Elmer(4-42), Cyrenrus(4-43), Matildia(4-44), Aaron(4-45), Harvey(4.46) and Edward
(4.47). Burial in 1932 at Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard’ Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois
3.11 BARBARA SUTTER(2-2) Married in 1874 to Joseph Egli(1852-1915). Children: Christian(4-l 23), Lydia(4-l 24),
Lena(4-125) and Emma(4-126). Burial in 1885, Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedaic, Illinois.
Comments: Joseph married Mary Birkey after the death of Barbara. Mollie, Catherine, Barbara, Abner, Daniel,
Joel and Lavina are children of the second marriage.
3.12 MAGDALENA SUTTER(2-2) Born in 1858. Married in 1885 to Christian Heiser(1851-1938). Residence:
Minier, Illinois. Children: Leah(4-54) , Alma(4-50), Mary(4-51), Clara(4-52),John(4-53), Leah(4.54), William(4.55), Estella(4-56), Anna(4-57), Emma(4 Mena(4.59), Harry(4-60), Barbara(4-61) and Roy(4-62). Burial in 1948.
3-12a JOHN SUTTER(2-2)
3-13 EUZABETH SPRINGER(2-3) Born in 1960. Maried in to Valentine Birkey(1854-1924) Children: lda(4-65), John(4-66), Lydia(4-67), Elizabeth(4-68), Amos(4-69), Mary(4-70), Martha(4-71), Valie(4-72) and Elsie(4-73). Burial in 1934.
3-14 MARY NELLIE SPRINGER(2-3) Born in 1862. Married in to John Naffziger(1854-1939). Children:
Alphia(4.74), Magdalena(4.75), E’lmira(4-76), Reuben(4-77), Fannie(4-78), Levi(4-79), Jesse(4-80), and Leah(4.8 1).
Burialin 1950.
3-15 CHRISTIAN SPRINGER(23) Born in 1874. Burial in 1874.
Grandchildren of Christian Nafziger from Hopedale, Illinois
3-1 JOHN NAFZIGER(2-0) Born in 1968, Hopedale, Illinois. Married in to Lydia Litwiller(1867.1946).
Residence: Hopedale, Illinois. Children: Alma(4-1), Leah(4-2), Martha(4-S), Amos(4-4), Orrin(4.5), Mary(4.6)r
Fannie(4-7), Agnes(4-8) and Edna(4-9). Burial in 1917, Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale
Illinois.
3-2 DANIEL NAFZIGER(2-0) Born in 1960, Hopedale, Illinois. Married in to Katherine Schertz(1860-1956).
Residence: Hopedale, Illinois. Children: John(4-10), Asa(4-11), Christian(4-12), Lena(4-13), and Silas(4-l4). Burial
in 1934 at Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois. Comments: He was a minister in the
Amish-Mennonite Church and was ordained in 1892 at Hopedale.
3-3 CHRISTIAN B NAFZIGER(2-0) Born in 1862, Hopedale, Illinois. Married in to Catherine Sprmger( 936).
Residence: Hopedale, Illinois. Children: Joseph(4-24), Jonas(4-26), Emma(4-2 7), Marie(4-28), Aaron(4-29), Barbara
(4-30), Levi(4-S1), Simon(4-32) and Lawrence(4-33). Burial in 1942, Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery,
Hopedale, Illinois.
3-4 VALENTINE NAFZIGER(2-0) Born in 1979, Hopedale, Illinois. Married in to Lydia Saltzman(1882-1957). Residence: Hopedale, Illinois. Children: no descendants. Burial in 1962, Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois.
3-5 BARBARA NAFZIGER(2-0) Born in 1864, Hopedale, Illinois. Married in 1883 to Christian Kauffmann(l859-1942).
Residence: Hopedale, Illinois. Children: Christian(4-111), Aaron(4 Mary(4-113), Valentine(4-I 14), Lydia(4-1 15),
Bertha(4-1 16), Emma(4-1 1 7),John(4-1 18), Kathryn(4-1 19), Ella(4-120), and Anna(4-121). Burial in 1951 at Hopcdale
Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois.
3-6 MARY B NAFZIGER(2-0) Born in 1870, Hopedale, Illinois. Did not marry. Residence: Hopedale, illinois. Burial in 1941, Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois.
3-10 CHRISTIAN N SUTTER(2-2) Born in 1853, Morton, Illinois. Married in 1876 to Fannie Stalter(1858-1943).
Residence: Tazewell County, Illinois. Children: Christian(4-35), Barbara(4-36), Sophia(4.3 7), Lousia(4-38 ),Julius
(4-39), Amos(4-40), Levi(4-41), Elmer(4-42), Cyrenrus(4-43), Matildia(4-44), Aaron(4-45), Harvey(4.46) and Edward
(4.47). Burial in 1932 at Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard’ Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois
3.11 BARBARA SUTTER(2-2) Married in 1874 to Joseph Egli(1852-1915). Children: Christian(4-l 23), Lydia(4-l 24),
Lena(4-125) and Emma(4-126). Burial in 1885, Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedaic, Illinois.
Comments: Joseph married Mary Birkey after the death of Barbara. Mollie, Catherine, Barbara, Abner, Daniel,
Joel and Lavina are children of the second marriage.
3.12 MAGDALENA SUTTER(2-2) Born in 1858. Married in 1885 to Christian Heiser(1851-1938). Residence:
Minier, Illinois. Children: Leah(4-54) , Alma(4-50), Mary(4-51), Clara(4-52),John(4-53), Leah(4.54), William(4.55), Estella(4-56), Anna(4-57), Emma(4 Mena(4.59), Harry(4-60), Barbara(4-61) and Roy(4-62). Burial in 1948.
3-12a JOHN SUTTER(2-2)
3-13 EUZABETH SPRINGER(2-3) Born in 1960. Maried in to Valentine Birkey(1854-1924) Children: lda(4-65), John(4-66), Lydia(4-67), Elizabeth(4-68), Amos(4-69), Mary(4-70), Martha(4-71), Valie(4-72) and Elsie(4-73). Burial in 1934.
3-14 MARY NELLIE SPRINGER(2-3) Born in 1862. Married in to John Naffziger(1854-1939). Children:
Alphia(4.74), Magdalena(4.75), E’lmira(4-76), Reuben(4-77), Fannie(4-78), Levi(4-79), Jesse(4-80), and Leah(4.8 1).
Burialin 1950.
3-15 CHRISTIAN SPRINGER(23) Born in 1874. Burial in 1874.
Grandchildren of Christian Nafziger from Hopedale, Illinois
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3-16 BARBARA SPRINGER(2-3) Born in 1868. Married in to Christian Sears(1862-1937). Children:
Hattie(4-82), Phoebe(4-83), Elsie(4-84), Austin(4-85), Harvey(4-86), Nine(4-87), Christian(4.88), Emery(4-89) and
Gladys(4-90). Burial in 1939.
3-17 LYDIA SPRINGER(2-3) Born in 1867. Married in toJohn Zehr(1862-1919). Children: Jacob(4-91), Silas (4-92) and Rozina(4-93). Burial in 1945.
3-18 FANNIE SPRINGER(2-3) Born in 1872. Married in to Joseph Sommer(1871-1956). Children: Nelson (4-94), Raymond(4-95) and Chester(4-96).
3-19 LENA SPRINGER(2-3) Born in 1870. Married in to John Eigsti(1865-1939). Children: Elsie(4-97) and Mabel(4-98). Burial in 1948.
3-20 DAVID SPRINGER(2-3) Born in 1875. Married in to Lena Birkey(1876-1958). Children: John(4-99), Elizabeth(4-100), Aaron(4-101), Kathryn(4-102), Roy(4-103) and Melvin(4-104). Burial in 1954.
3-21 JOHN SPRINGER(2-3) Born in 1879. Married in to Anna Birkey(1880-1935). Children: Raymond(4-105), Edna(4-106), Ervin(4-107), Lawrence(4-108) and Ada(4-109). Burial in 1924.
3-22 JOSEPH NAFZIGER(2-1) Born in 1860, Tazewell County, Illinois. Married in to Elizabeth Grieser
(1863.1895). Residence: Tazewell County, Illinois. Children: Daniel(4-15), William(4-16) and Christian(4-l 7).
Burial in 1895 at Hopedale Minnonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois. Comments: Widow Elizabeth
married John C Birkey in 1896 after his death.
3-23 CHRISTIAN Z NAFZIGER(2-1) Born in 1862 at Tazewell County, Illinois. Married in 1886 to Lena Grieser (1866-1899). Residence: Tazewell County, Illinois. Children: Magdalena(4-1 30), Elizabeth(4.1 31), Christian(4- 132) and Phoebe(4-I 33). Burial in 1950 at Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois.
3-24 ANDREW NAFZIGER(2-1) Born in 1864, Taxewell County, Illinois. Married in 1890 to Anna Roszhart (1868-1896). Children: John(4-18) and a daughter whose name is not known to the writer. 2nd. marriage:
in 1897 to Katherine Johanna Roth(1879-1953). Children: Clara(4 Ralph(4.20), Eldon(4-21), Lester(4-22) and Arthur(4-23). Residence: Hopedale, Illinois. Burial in 1945 at Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois
3-25 MAGDALENA NAFZIGER(2-1) Born in 1852. Died in infancy. Burial in 1852.
3-26 ELIZABETH NAFZIGER(2-1) Born in 1854. Died at the age of six years. Burial in 1860.
3 CHRISTIAN NAFZIGER(2-1) Born in 1856. Died at the age of one year. Burial in 1857.
Great grandchildren of Christian Nafziger from Hopedale, flhinois
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4-1 ALMA NAFZIGER(3-1) Born in 1891, Tazewdll County, Illinois. Married in 1912 to Levi S. Sutter(1887-1975). Residence: Taxewell County, Illinois. Children: Ina(5-1), Vernal(5-3), Edna(5-2) leda(5.4), Lela(5-5), Miriam(5-6), Alice(5-7), Dennis(5-8), Earl(5 Willis(5 and Anna(5-1 1).
4-2 LEAH NAFZIGER(3-1) Born in 1893, Hopedale, Illinois. Married in to Emery L Good(1892.1961).
Residence: Razewell, County, Illinois. Children: Elva(5-12).
4-3 MARTHA NAFZIGER(3-1) Born in 1896, Hopedale, Illinois. Did not marry. Residence: Tazewell County, Illinois.
4-4 ORRIN NAFZIGER(3-1) Born in 1903, Hopedale, Illinois. Married in 1927 to Beatrice Slabaugh(1907- ) at Miami, Illinois. Residence: Tazewell County, Illinois. Children: Lloyd(5-13), Lorene(5 Estel(5-16) and Mary(5-15).
4-5 AMOS NAFZIGER(3-1) Born in 1898, Taxewell County, Illinois. Married in to Pheobe Sears(1890.1969).
Residence: Spruce Pines, North Carolina. Children: no descendants.
4-6 MARY NAFZIGER(3-1) Born in 1906, Hopedale, Illinois. Married in to Ralph Imhoff(1909-1956). Residence:
Goshen, Indiana. Children: Mary(5-17), Dorothy(5-18) and Ralph(5-19). Comments: Ralph is buried at Metamora, Illinois.
4-7 FANNIE NAFZIGER(3-1) Born in 1907, Hopedale, Illinois. Married in to Raymond Sommer(1904-
Children: Carolyn(5-20) and Charlene(5-21).
4-8 AGNES NAFZIGER(3-1) Born in 1910, lkpedale, Illinois. Married in to Robert Hartzler(1918. ).
Residence: Tazewell County, Illinois. Children: Alice(5-22), Illa(5-23), Stanley(5-24) and Priscilla(5-25).
4-9 EDNA NAFZIGER(3-1) Born in 1900, Hopedale, Illinois. Died in childhood. Burial in 1905.
4-10 JOHN NAFZIGER(3-2) Born in 1885, Minier, Illinois. Married in to Otila Sutter(1887-1917). 2nd marriage:
in	to Anna Schantz(1896-1945). Children: Vilas(5-31). Residence: Hopedale, Illinois.
4-11 ASA NAFZIGER(3-2) Born in 1888, Mimer, Illinois. Married in 1912 to Elizabeth Egli(1895-	). Residence:
Minier, Illinois. Children: Lucille(5-42), Orval(5-40), Ina(5-41), Willace(5-44), Evelyn(5-43), Melvin(5-45). Burial in
1969 at Hppedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois.
4-12 CHRISTIAN DANIEL NAFZIGER(3-2) Born in 1890, Minier, Illinois. Married in to Nellie Miller(1894-1919).
2nd. marriage in 1921 to Vernea Roth(1889-1967). Children: Carroll(5 Victor(5 Bernice(5-34) and Benedict
(4-35). Residence: Hopedale, Illinois.
4-13 LENA NAFZIGER(S-2) Born in 1892, Minier, Illinois. Married in 1911 to Louis Litwiller(1885-1952). Residence:
Normal, Illinois. Children: Helen(5-85), Clifford(5-86) and Adeline(5-87). 2nd marriage in 1906 to Walter Lady.
4-14 SILAS NAFZIGER(3-2) Born in 1894, Minier, Illinois. Married in 1916 to Laura Mae Springer(1897-
Residence: Hopedale, Illinois. Children: Verda(5-88), Maurice(5-89), Lyle(5-90) and Larelda(5 -91).
4-15 DANIEL BENJAMIN NAFZIGER(3-22) 3orn in 1889, Hopedale, Illinois. Married in 1915 to Eva Mae Sutter
(1898-1975) at Beaver Crossing, Nebraska. Residence: Hopedale, Illinois. Children: Vietta(5-70), Delmar(5-7 1),
Herbert(5-72), Fannie(5-73), Donald(5-74), Mary(5 Irene(5-76, Ruth(5-77) andJames(5-78). Burial in 1975 at
Hopedale Mennonite Churchyard Cemetery, Hopedale, Illinois.
CHILDREN OF PETER OF UBERAU
CHRISTIAN NAFFZIGER — VALENTINE NAFFZIGER - KRTHERINE(NAFFZIGER)NAFFZIGER - BARBARA NAFFZIGER - PETER NAFFZIGER
GRANDCHILDREN OF PETER OF UBERAU
PETER NAFFZIGER - JACOB NAFFZIGER - CHRISTIAN NAFFZIGER - VALENTINE NAFFZIGER - JOHN NAFFZIGER - KATHER!r
(NAFFZIGER)KLENK — ELIZABETH(NAFFZIGER)STEITZ - HELENA(NAFFZIGER)NAFZIGER - BARBARA(NAFFZIGER)BRENMEMAfl -
JOHANNES NAFFZIGER - AUGUST NAFFZIGER - WILHELM NAFFZIGER - frAGDALENA NAFFZIGER - CHRISTIAN NAFFZIGEP
PIINNIE(NAFFZIGER)UNZICKER — ELIZA(NAFFZIGER)OTTO — AMELIA(NAFFZIGER)UNZICKER - AUGUST NAFFZIGER - YATHLFIr.L
(NAFFZIGER)HABECKER - FERDINAND NAFFZIGER — JULIA(NAFFZIGER)BAUER — BERTHA(NAFFZIGER) WICKS
GREAT GRANDCHILDREN OF PETER OF UBERAU
• MARY NAFFZIGER - HANNAH NAFFZIGER - ANNA NAFFZIGER - MARTHA NAFFZIGER - BARBARA NAFFZIGER - ARIE NAFFZIGER
• LYDIA NAFFZIGER - LOUIS A NAFFZIGER - EMILE NAFFZIGER — BERTHA(NAFFZIGER)RIGGS - EDWIN NAFFZIGER — OTTO NAFFZIGER - THEODORE NAFFZIGER - EMMA(NAFFZIGER)PALMER — HELEN NAFFZIGER - CHARLES NAFFZIGEP — IDA(NAFFZIGER)
• HENRY — CLARA NAFFZIGER — CHRISTIAN NAFFZIGER — ALFRED NAFFZIGER — OLGA(NAFFZIGER)RUPP - LAURA(NAFFZIGER)
AUGSPURGER - GUIDO NAFFZIGER - HULDA(NAFFZIGER)OTTO — J.EUGENE NAFFZIGER - IDA NAFFZIGER - LUELLA(NAFFZIGEP)
ERNST — ROBERT NAFZIGER — FREDERICK L NAFZIGER — MARY NAFZIGER — EMMA(NAFZIGER)HABECKER - ANNIE NAFZIGER -
HENRY J NAFIZGER — JOHN E NAFZIGER — FREDERICK A NAFZIGER - JACOB C NAFZIGER — ALBERT H NAFIZGER — ‘RS. (3. W.
NAFFZIGER - MRS. A.A. OTTO - ARTHUR BRENNEMAN - RUDOLPH BRENNEMAN - LENA BRENNEMAN - HELEN(NAFFZIGER)
HEINRICHSMEIER - CAROLINE(NAFFZIGER)BUERGIN - ANNA(NAFFZIGER)DAVIDSON - MARTHA NAFFZIGER — BARRARA(NAFFZIGER)
)-1ILLER - ERNEST A NAFFZIGER — MARIE NAFFZIGER - LYDTA(NAFFZIGER)NfIEL — HELEN(NAFFZIGER)WADE - ELIZABETH NAFF ZIGER - CHRISTIAN NAFFZIGER — WILLIAM NAFFZIGER - JOHN NAFFZIGER - LEWIS NAFFZIGER — EZRA NAFFZIGER - PAUL
NAFFZIGER.
GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN OF PETER OF UBERAU
MILDREN(NAFZIGER)DAVIS - HOWARD (3 NAFZIGER — DELMER A NAFZIGER — CHARLES W NAFZIGER - FRANCIS D NAFZIGER
BERTRAM E NAFZIGER — DORENE(NAFZIGER)McCUTCHEN — MARGIE(NAFZIGER)EISIELE - WARREN E NAFFZIGER - RUTH(NAFFZIGER)
BROERE - MARY(NAFFZIGER)DIESEL — DEAN G NAFFZIGER - JOHN A NAFFZIGER - KARL J ERNST - HOWARD P ERNST - WILLIAM
J NAFFZIGER - ROLAND A NAFFZIGER - THEODORE R NAFFZIGER - RALPH NAFFZIGER — HAZEL B(NAFFZIGER)PATTON - JAMES A
NAFFZIGER - GLENN 0 RUPP — HAROLD W RUPP — LELA(rupp) WATKINS — CHESTER E RUPP - LETA(RUPP)AMBERG - FRANCES
(OTTO)KAUFMAN - HELEN(OTTO)WEBB - CLAUDE R OTTO - LAURA (3 OTTO - WILLIAM R OTTO - MILDRED L OTTO - RICHARD OTTO
LOREN C OTTO - ALMA(NAFZIGER)CATLIN — FRED NAFZIGER — EDGAR NAFZIGER - LILLIAN(NAFZIGER)UNSICKER - HILDA NAFZIGER
MILBURN NAFZIGER — ALBERT NAFZIGER — NORA(NAFZIGER)MAURER - WALTER NAFZIGER - LOUELLE(NAFZIGER)LEMONS - PEARL
. NAFZIGER)STUBBLEFIELD - VIOLA NAFZIGER - HENRY }LABECKER - CLARA(HABECKER)KILLUS - IDA(HABECKER)RUSMISSEL - LINDA HABECKER)YERKE - RALPH L NAFZIGER — RUTH(NAFZIGER)BLANCHARD — IDA EDITH(NAFZIGER)CLARK - RAY C NAFZIGER -
HELEN(NAFZIGER)HENLEY - CONRAD G NAFZIGER - MABEL NAFZIGER - DELMAR NAFZIGER - IRENE(NAFZIGER)DAVIS - HOWARD (3.
NAFZIGER - CHARLES W NAFZIGER — LOUISE(HEINRICHMEIER)JENNINGS — JOHN W HEINRICHMEIER - ANNA(HEINRICHMEIER)JARVIS
EMMA(HEINRICHMEIER)HARVIS - AMELIA MARTHA HEINRICHMEIER - MARIE L HEINRICHMEIER — MARJORIE(NOEL)RANGE — A.MILLICE CENT NOEL - GERALDINE(NOEL)ROGGENSEES — NORMAN L NOEL - GERALD MILLER — ELDON MILLER - LOREN MILLER - GERTRUDE
(BUERGIN)DAVID - ESTHER(BUERGIN)BARNES — FRED BUERGIN - RUTH(BUERGIN)MOGLE - RUTH ANN DAVIDSON — WILLIAM DELL
DAVIDSON - ROSS W DAVIDSON - JOHN L DAVIDSON - JACOB DAVIDSON - LENA(WADE)HICKMAN - DLEVE WADE - PAUL WADE -
PAULINE(WADE)EDWARDS - DONALD WADE - ELIZABETH(WADE)SLOAN - GUY WILBUR WADE - DORIS McDANIEL - NORMAN MCDANIEL -
HAROLD NAFFZIGER - GERALDINE(NAFFZIGER CLEVENGER
GREAT GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN OF PETER OF UBERAU
NANCY(NAFFZIGER)BROWN — LINDA SUE NAFFZIGER — NINA MAE NAFFZIGER — JOHN W DIESEL — ANNA M DIESEL — HOLLY J DIESEL
DAVID W BROERE - LISA BROERE - PAMELA A NAFFZIGER - SUSAN L NAFFZIGER - JOHN M ERNST - SHELLY V ERNST - PAUL H
ERNST - JOAN B ERNST - JOYCE M NAFFZIGER - THEODORE R NAFFZIGER — NORMA JEAN NAFFZIGER - WILLIAM NAFFZIGER -
ROBERT ARTHUR NAFFZIGER - LARRY S PATTON - ALLEN J PATTON - ALICE R PATTON - EVELYN(RUPP)SPILMAN - ROBERT J. RUPP
MAXINE RUPP - MARIETTA RUPP - RONALD WATKINS - BEVERLY J RUPP - CHESTER RUPP — DONALD AMBERG - PHYLLIS ANBERG -
LARRY D AMBERG - WANETA WEBB - DELORES WEBB - JACQUELINE WEBB — VIRGINIA L OTTO - ROBERT T OTTO - ROBERT C KAUF MAN - WILLIAM W KAUFMAN - FORREST KAUFMAN - CARL A KAUFMAN - MARY C KAUFMAN - ROGER C NAFZIGER - JILL NAFZIGER -
DANA A NAFZIGER - DEAN RUSMISSEL - WILLIAM ROGER CLARK - ROSEMARY(STUBBLEFIELD)SCHERTZ - HARVEY LOGAN - BERTHA —
• (LOGAN)HANDY - LAWRENCE LOGAN — LILY(LOGAN)HANDY — GLENN LOGAN — PAULINE BLANCHARD - LUCILLE BLANCHARD - MERLE ‘ BLANCHARD - HELEN BARTHEL - LAVERNE BARTHEL - CHARLES BARTHEL - DONALD BARTHEL - WILLIAM BARTHEL - RUTH BARTHEL -
MAGDALINA BARTHEL - RICHARD BARTHEL - ROBERT BARTHEL — HAZEL(BARTHEL)RqD - FRIEDA(NAFZIGER)ST. JOHN - JOHN
EDWARD NAFZIGER - WILLIAM LEO NAFZIGER - BETTY DAVIS - HOWARD BARNES - WROLD BARNES - IRMA(BARNES)BULL - PEGGY
(BUERGIN)MESSER - JOAN(BUERGIN)MESSER - FRED E BUERGIN - MARY(MOGLE)BLACK - ROBERT MOGLE - JAMES MOGLE - ROGER
H DAVIDSON - RUTH ANN(DAVIDSO - DONNA MARIE(DAVIDSON)BEACH— HARVEY DAVIDSON - CAROL DAVIDSON - KENNETH
DAVIDSON - ELIZABETH(DAVIDSON)NOSCROY - TIM DAVIDSON — DOR HELEN(JENNINGS)MINISH - ELSIE
MATILDA JENNINGS - WILMA LOUISE JENNINGS - FRED JARVIS - MARTHA(JARVIS)BEASLEY - hOWARD JARVIS - EARL JARVIS -
BETTY(JARVIS)MARSHALL - CARL JARVIS - DALE JARVIS - RUTH JARVIS - RALPH JARVIS - RUTH(JARVIS)ROGERS - MARVIN J.
JARVIS - KARL E RANGE - GEORGE W.RANGE - E CLEVE WADE - JOHN HILLER - KERIN HILLER - WANDA HILLER - NORITA(HILLER)
O’TOOLE - GALEN HILLER - SANDRA(FtIL - CATHERINE HILLER — MARILYN HILLER — SHERRI S HILLER - TRISHA BETH
HILLER - KEVIN WADE - ANN WADE - CONSTANCE A WADE - PAUL L EDWARDS - JON D EDWARDS - BETTY L EDWARDS - ELAINE E• w EDWARDS - LINDA S SLOAN - WAYNE F SLOAN - DONALD N WADE - AUDREY C WADE - GUY D WADE - NORMA(WARD)UNRUH - GARY
WARD - JOHN WARD - BARRY MCDANIEL — KAREN MCDANIEL — LEVENE C NAFFZIGER — MARK CLEVENGER — KENDALL CLEVENGER -
CHARLES CLEVENGER - DIANAH JUNE CLEVENGER - SANDRA(NAFZIGER)RIDEOUT - TERRENCE H NAFZIGER - MARILYN(NAFZIGER)
CAPPIS - CAROL KAY(NAFZIGER)TRAINER - JAYNET(NAFZ - GERALD A NAFZIGER - LINDA(NAFZIGER)ROGERS -
LARRY NAFZIGER - EDWARD W NAFZIGER - DIXIE LEA(NAFZIGER)TAYLOR - ROGER CRAIG NAFZIGER - JILL NAFZIGER - DANA
NAFZIGER - JOY L(NAFZIGER)ARTHUR — DIANNE(NAFZIGER)FAUSTILL — MARSHA(NAFZIGER)MCCONNEL — VIRGINIA ANN NAFZIGER -
BARBARA ANN EISELE - DOUGLAS F EISEL — MERRY L EISELE. — JAY rISELE.
GREAT GREAT GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN OF PETER OF UBERAU
JAMES MINISH - MARY L MINISH — JOHN N MUlISH — DONALD F MUlISH - MARGARET(JARVIS)KINSEY - LINDA JARVIS
MARY K JARVIS - SHIRLEY(BEASLEY)WESTERVELT - SHARON(JARVIS)SAMPLE — SUSAN JARVIS — MICHAEL A JARVIS -
STEPHEN P MARSHALL - DONALD W MARSHALL — MARILYN(MARSHALL)D — LAWRENCE W MARSHALL — GERALD L MARSHALL -
PAUL ROGERS - CAROL A ROGERS - NANCY J ROGERS - BARBARA K ROGERS - STANLEY H JARVIS - JEAN P1 JARVIS -
DAIVD L JARVIS - JANET(JARVIS ELGIN - CATHERINE(JARVIS)DETERS — GARY P WALKER - CHERYL(WALKER)HANDSHY -
MARLA(BULL)JONES — RICHARD SPTLMAN — VERNA(BARNES)OWENS — HOWARD L BARNES — JANICE L DEAN — DAVID DEAN -
HOLLY D BARNES - ERIC W BARNES — PHILLIP BARNES - JOHN BARNES - JERRY BARNES - DONALD BARNES — DEANNA
MESSER - LETHA MESSER - GAYLE L MESSER - KAREN L MESSER — GERALD W MESSER — MELISSA K MESSER - PATRICIA L
MESSER - JANET MESSER - DARYL L MESSER - JULIE A BUERGIN — DAVID F BUERGIN — LISA G BU — DAVID E BLACK
ROXANNE BLACK - ROSEANNE BLACK - HOWARD E BLACK - JAMES A MOGLE - ROBERT MOGLE - DOUGLAS MOGLE - KELLEY MOGLE
DOUGLAS DAVIDSON - CHRISTOPHER DAVIDSON - KRISTINE A CLARK - RUSSEL CLARK - MICHAEL R BEACH - WILLiAM A BEACH
STEVE BEACH - KATHERINE BEACH — ERIC L DAVIDSON — WARREN DAVIDSON — CARRIE DAVIDSON - KEVIN DAVIDSON - BAMBL
L CRUMPACKER - CINDY CRUMPACKER - EDWARD K CRUMPACKER - CARL J RUMPACKER - FRANK CRUMPACKER - JOYCE BULL -
LORI L. ST. JOHN - JONI J. ST. JOHN — RONALD L. ST. JOHN - LINDA(NAFZIGER)PIILLIGAN - DIANA(NAFZIGER)
LEONARD — CHERYL(NAFZIGER)BUTLER - STEVEN CONRAD NAFZIGER - KATHY JO NAFZIGER - MARY H NAFIZGER - MELANIE
G. NAFZIGER - WILLIAM B DIETRICH - BRAD RIDEOIJT - ROBIN RIDEOUT - GREG RI - BILLY NAFZIGER - SANDY
NAFIZGER — LISA CAPPIS — SUSAN CAPPIS — LINDA CAPPIS - JAY A . CAPPIS — AP TRAINER - PETER TRAINER - DE NICE TRAINER - DAVID CLEINMARK - KEVIN CLEINMARK’ J CLEINMARK - BETh ANN CLEINMARK - MICHAEL R.
CLEINMARK - KIMBERLY NAFZIGER - SCOTT NAFIZGER - YORK ROGERS - RICHARD J NAFZIGER - FAITH NAFZIGER - DEANNE
NAFZIGER - STACEY L. TAYLOR - SCOTT A TAYLOR - WGELA ARTHUR - CYN THIA ARTHUR - ADAM ARTHUR - EMILY FAU—
STILL — LINDA(NAFZIGER)	—	-
GREAT GREAT GREAT GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN
LAUREN MINISH - DINA MINISH — ALISON MINISH — JAMES MINISH — CHARLES OWENS - CYNDA OWENS — DUSTIN OWENS -
T F WESTERVELT — LAURA D SAMPLE — JEFF ROGERS — CATHERINE C DETTER — CHRISTOPHER J DETTER — MARK DETTER
TIM BACHMAN - CHRIS BACHMAN — DAVID S BACHMAN — LESLEE ELGIN — GREY ELGIN — JAMES DETERS — JERRY DETERS -
CHRIS WALKER - STEPHANIE WALKER - VICKI L HANDSHY - DEBORAH HANDSHY - ERIN MILLIGAN - VIRGINIA LEONARD -
HOLLY LEONARD - MICHAEL BUTLER - BRIAN DIETRICH
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The new format will be continued in this Issue of the Nafz Heritage News The News will supply you with a master list of data of approximately forty thousand direct descendants Nafzgers who lived in the United States at the rate of four pages -each issue. The pages should be removed from the News and placed in a three ring notebook binder according to family line. The generation and family line TTT be identi fied at the top of each page. Get yourself a large three-ring notebook binder and begin your collection. Notebook revisions will be done by pages. As new information is uncovered, we will revise a page at a time.
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