Another Ancestor Chart


This is a chart of my ancestors. The lines only go back to an immigrant ancestor. I can go farther back with some of these ancestors but I just don't have the space. I don't know the immigrant ancestor on some of these lines.

Immigrant ancestors' names are italicized.

Keep in mind that I subscribe to The Way-I-Do-Genealogy-Makes-Real-Genealogists-Spin-In-Their-Graves School of Genealogical Research. Though I am pretty confident in what I've learned about my family tree back to about the 1830s or so, much before that has been, um, borrowed.

A little bit more information about my immigrant ancestors is here.


Me!
1 Me
Parents
2 Father
3Mother
Grandparents
4Donald Orland Franks
5Edna Maxine Ickes
6 Carl (Karl) Martin Haas
7Mabel Elizabeth Walters
Great-Grandparents
8Michael Odell "Dell" Franks
9Anna Sue Swinehart
10John Franklin Ickes
11Irene Mae Palmer
12Martin Haas—Steinselz, Elsass
13Kathryn "Kate" Gibson
14Herman Calvin Walters
15Clara Belle Zehner
Great-Great-Grandparents
16Aaron Marion Franks
17Barbara Ann Miller
18Tobias Swinehart
19Susanna Homsher
20Nathaniel Ickes
21Mary Catherine "Kate" Smith
22George Dallas Palmer
23Nancy Rice
26Howard Mortimer Gibson
27Eleonora "Nora" Hosterman
28Martin Walters
29Elizabeth Billman
30Henry Zehner
31Elizabeth Jane Rex
Great-Great-Great-Grandparents
32Aaron Franks
33Rebecca Sulifend
34Andrew Miller
35Jane Lemon
36Daniel Swinehart
37Catharine Krauss
38David Homsher
39Susanna Hoover (Huber)
40Jacob Ickes
41Catherine Fetter
42Henry Smith
43Susan Harbaugh
44George Palmer
45Elizabeth Grable
46William Rice
47Fannie Howman
52Andrew Gibson—Éire
53Martha Crellin—Skyll Andreays, Ellan Vannin
54Peter Hosterman
55Rebecca Hibbs
56Michael Walter—Elsass
57Margaret Wedrick—Elsass
58John Billman—Elsass
59Magdalena Myers—Elsass
60Jacob Zehner
61Anna Maria Stein
62Levi Rex
63Sarah Ann Worline
Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandparents
64Georg Franck (George Franks)
65Appolonia Schmidt (Abigail Smith)
66...Sulifend
67Anna Maria Bonewitz
68Jacob Miller
69Dorothe Franks
70Robert Lemon
71Mary Anna Young
72Georg "Jorg" Michael Schweinhardt
73Maria Margaretha Wiesner
74?Michael Krauss
75?Catharina...
76David Hamscher
77Mary Zearfoss
78Abraham Huber
79Esther Brubaker
80Phillip Ickes
81Magdalena Standick
82John Fetter
83Eve Wareham
84John J. Smith
85Sarah Felger
86Daniel Harbaugh
87Catherine Stickle
90Jacob Grable
91Elizabeth "Betsey" Brunner or Bruner
92John Rice
93Margaret Wible
94Frederick Howman
95Elizabeth Rishel or Rishler
108Jacob Hosterman
109Elizabeth Winnings
110Isaac Hibbs
111Mary Lucas
120John Zehner
121Barbara Zimmerman
122John Stein
123Maria Barbara Schmidt
124Abraham Rex
125Elizabeth...
126...Worline
127Lydia Boston
Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandparents
128Jacob Franck—Elsass or Pfalz
129Barbara Brandenburg—Deutschland11
130Philip Schmidt or Phillip Smith—Deutschland
131Barbara Markley—Deutschland
134Jacob Bonewitz
135Maria Ephrosina Specht
136Andreas Müller
137Barbara Hook
138Michael Franck—Elsass or Pfalz
139Elisabeth...
140father of Robert Lemon—Éire
141mother of Robert Lemon—Éire
144Georg Andreas Schweinhardt—Nesselbach, Württemberg
145Anna Maria Schmeid
146Johann Leonhardt Wiesner—Dietenhan, Baden
147Rosina Elisabetha Schick—Deutschland
152Anton Hamscher—Gau Heppenheim, Pfalz
153Anna Margaretha Raudenbusch
154Frederick Zearfoss—Pfalz
155Margaret Fadin
156Henry Hoover or Heinrich Huber
157Anna Herr
160John Ickes
161Maria Elisabetha Stambach
164Johann Michael Fetter—Freinsheim, Pfalz
165Maria Catherine Schmied
166John Wareham (Wehrheim?)
167Christina...
172George Harbaugh
173Maria Barbara Oyler
180John Grable
181Salomé Hickman
184Frederick Rice or Reis(s)
185Anna Catharina Lauffer
186Thomas Weibel
187Maria Magdalena Schmidt
188Johan Philip Haman12—Kürnbach13
189Margareth Bromm14—Kürnbach
216Peter Hosterman
217Elisabetha Margaretha Wagner25
218John Winnings
219Barbara...—Éire16
220Isaac Hibbs
221Elizabeth Cuppy?
240Johann Adam Zehner—Deutschland
241Anna Maria Mertz
242Leonhard Zimmerman—Obersaulheim?, Pfalz
243Sophia26...—Obersaulheim?, Pfalz
244Michael Stein
245Anna Catharina Brobst
246Jacob Schmidt
247Anna Margaretha Probst
Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandparents






Me
100%
Parents
50%
Grandparents
25%
Great-Grandparents
12.5%
Great-Great-
Grandparents
6.25%
Great-Great-Great-
Grandparents
3.125%
Great-Great-
Great-Great-
Grandparents
1.5625%
Great-Great-Great-
Great-Great-
Grandparents
0.78125%
Great-Great-
Great-Great-
Great-Great-
Grandparents
0.390625%
Great- Great-Great-
Great-Great-
Great-Great-
Grandparents
0.1953125%
Randy Franks Larry FranksDonald FranksMichael Odell FranksAaron M. FranksAaron FranksGeorge FranksJacob Franck
(Alsace
or Palatinate)
Barbara Brandenburg
(Niederhattert
or Winkelbach, Grafschaft Sayn-Hachenburg11)
Abigail Smith/Appolonia SchmidtPhilip Schmidt
(Germany)
Barbara Markley
(Germany)
Rebecca SulifendSulifend
Anna Maria BonewitzJacob BonewitzJohann Adam Bonnawitz1
Juliana1
Maria Ephrosina SpechtMartin Specht1
Justina Margaretha1
Barbara Ann MillerAndrew MillerJacob MillerAndreas Müller7
Barbara HookGeorge Hoke
(Germany)
Anna Barbara Le Fevre10
Dorothe FranksMichael Franck
(Alsace
or Palatinate)
Elisabeth1
Jane LemmonRobert Lemmonname unknown
(Ireland)
name unknown
(Ireland)
Mary Anna Young
Anna Sue SwinehartTobias SwinehartDaniel SwinehartJorg (Georg) Michael SwinehartGeorg Andreas Schweinhardt
(Nesselbach, County of Hohenlohe-Langenburg23)
Anna Maria Schmeid1?
Maria Margaretha WiesnerJohann Leonhardt Wiesner3
(Dietenhan, Baden)
Rosina Elisabetha Schick4
(Germany)
Catharine KraussMichael KrausHeinrich Kraus1
Anna Maria1
Catharina
Susanna HomsherDavid HomsherDavid HamscherAnton Hamscher
(Gau Heppenheim, Palatinate)
Anna Margaretha RaudenbuschJohann Georg Raudenbusch
(Steinsfurt, Württemberg)
Margaretha1
Mary ZearfossFrederick Zearfoss
(Palatinate)
Margaret Fadin
Susanna Hoover/HuberAbraham HuberHenry/Heinrich HuberUlrich Huber
Anna HerrAbraham Herr
(Switzerland
or Palatinate)19
Veronica Hostetter
(Hasselbach, Germany)
Esther Brubaker24
E. Maxine IckesJohn IckesNathaniel IckesJacob IckesPhilip IckesJohn IckesJohann Peter IckesJohann Christian Ickes6
Margarth1
Maria Elisabetha StambachJohann Jacob Stambach
(Kutzenhausen, Alsace)
Margretha
(Alsace)
Magdalena Standick
Catherine FetterJohn FetterJohann Michael Fetter
(Freinsheim, Palatinate)
Maria Catherine Schmied2
Eve WarehamJohn Wareham (Wehrheim?)
Christina
Mary Catherine SmithHenry SmithJohn J. Smith
Sarah Felger18
Susan HarbaughDaniel HarbaughGeorge HarbaughJohan Georg Herbach
(Germany)
Catharina Williard9
(Erlenbach, Palatinate)
Maria Barbara OylerJohan Jacob Eyler/Euler
(Maar, Hesse)
Anna Maria Fohl1
Catherine Stickle
Irene PalmerGeorge D. PalmerGeorge Palmer
Elizabeth GrableJacob GrableJohn GrableJoseph Kreybiel
(Germany)
Mary Roland/RowlandJohn Roland/Johannes Ruhland
(Germany or Switzerland)
Anna Maria
(Germany or Switzerland)
Salome HickmanCharles Hickman8
(Wolfersweiler, Saarland)
Morila Grable
Elizabeth Brun(n)er/
Betsy Bruner
Nancy RiceWilliam RiceJohn RiceFrederick Rice/Reis(s)Bernhard/Barnhart Reiss
(Germany)
Anna Elisabetha
(Germany)
Anna Catharina LaufferChristian Lauffer
(Weisenheim an Sand, Palatinate)
Susanna Best/Bäst
(Germany)
Margaret WibleThomas WeibelStephen Weibel
(Canton Bern, Switzerland)
Maria Elisabeth König
(Hofen, Alsace)
Maria Magdalena Schmidt
Fannie HowmanFrederick HowmanJohan Philip Haman12
(Kürnbach13)
Margareth Bromm14
Elizabeth Rishel/Rishler
Harriet HaasCarl HaasMartin Haas
(Steinselz, Alsace)
Kate GibsonHoward GibsonAndrew Gibson
(Ireland)
Martha Crellin
(Andreas Parish, Isle of Man)
Nora HostermanPeter HostermanJacob HostermanPeter HostermanJacob HostermanPeter Hosterman
(Palatinate)
Marie Barbara
Elisabetha Margaretha Wagner25Conrad Wagner/Connerath Waagener1
Elizabeth WinningsJohn WinningsJacob WiningsJacob Winings
(Germany)
Barbara1
Barbara Smith
Barbara16
(Ireland)
Rebecca Hibbs22Isaac HibbsIsaac Hibbs15Joseph HibbsWilliam Hibbs
(Dean Forest, Gloucestershire)
Hanna Hibbs5
(Berkeley, Gloucestershire)
Rachel (Waring?)
Elizabeth Cuppy?John Cuppy/Johannes Köppe
(Vipperow
or Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern)
Margaret Parker17John ParkerRichard Parker
(Cheshire, England)
Martha Janet
(Tyrone?, Ulster, Ireland)
Elizabeth
Mary Lucas
Mabel WaltersHerman WaltersMartin
Walter(s)
Michael Walter
(Alsace)
Margaret Wedrick
(Alsace)
Elizabeth BillmanJohn Billman
(Alsace)
Magdalena Myers
(Alsace)
Clara ZehnerHenry ZehnerJacob ZehnerJohn ZehnerJohann Adam Zehner
(Germany)
Anna Maria MertzJohann Peter Mertz20
(Diedendorf
or Hangweiler, Alsace)
Catharina?1
Barbara ZimmermanLeonhard Zimmerman
(Obersaulheim?, Palatinate)
Sophia (Serier?)
(Obersaulheim?, Palatinate)
Anna Maria SteinJohn SteinMichael SteinJacob Steinman1
Anna Catharina BrobstJean Martin Brobst
(Oberseebach, Alsace)
Anna Hechler1
Maria Barbara SchmidtJacob SchmidtJohann Nicholas Schmidt
(Germany)
Elisabeth Barbara Keck
(Germany)
Anna Margaretha ProbstJohann Michael Probst
(Kandel, Palatinate)
Anna Maria Kerr/Kehr1
Elizabeth RexLevi RexAbraham Rex
Elizabeth
Sarah Ann Worline (Mattix)21(unknown) Worline
Lydia Ann Boston



1. These ancestors are thought to be immigrant ancestors but no records of their immigration can be found.
2. Sources have her born in Bedford County, Pennsylvania, in 1730. Her parents must certainly have been immigrants.
3. If Leonhardt's (Leonhard Weissner) father was Johann Michael Wiesner (many spellings for Wiesner), then he would have come to America as a child.
4. If Rosina's father was Erhardt Schick, then she would have come to America as a child.
5. Hannah Howell may have emigrated from Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England, as a child though most sources say she was born in Pennsylvania at a very early date (about 1666). She is the daughter of Thomas Howell who may have come to America from Berkeley in 1683.
6. If Johann Christian's father was Johann Michael Ittich/Itig who settled around Schoharie, New York, then the family is from Landshausen in the Kraichgau region of Baden.
7. Apparently, there is no evidence of Andreas Müller being an immigrant, but one can't help think that his parents were. His parents' names are unknown.
8. Charles Hickman seems to have been an immigrant. A descendant says he was from Holland, but it may be that he was the son of Andreas Heckman of Wolfersweiler in the Saarland. Andreas immigrated in 1742. Charles was born about 1735.
9. Catharina's surname was originally Vieillard (various spellings). She was a Huguenot descendant.
10. Anna Barbara LeFevre may have been a daughter or granddaughter of Isaac LeFevre and Catherine Ferree.
11. There is no record of Barbara's father's (Alexander Heinrich Brandenburg) immigration to America. Men who are thought to be his brothers came from Niederhattert and Winkelbach. These towns are only two or three kilometers apart. They were in the Grafschaft (county) of Sayn-Hachenburg when they left in the 1750s. Later these became a part of Nassau.
12. Johan Philip Haman as Frederick Howman's father has not been established through civil or religious records. Paternity has been assumed through DNA tests. Haman could conceivably be an uncle or grandfather. Circumstantially, it seems likely that he is his father.
13. Kürnbach was in the Württembergisch-Hessisch Kondominium when Haman emigrated. It is now in the state of Baden-Württemberg.
14. Johan Philip Haman married a Margareth(a) Bromm in Kürnbach.
15. This line is weakly documented, and Isaac Hibbs's ancestry has always been problematic for me and others. Some think he is a descendant of a William Hibbs, but it's been difficult to fit him into the family tree. Some now think he was the husband of an Elizabeth Cuppy and not Elizabeth Roberts (daughter of John Roberts).
16. That Barbara comes from Ireland is based only on a reconstruction of the 1820 Census of Green Twp., Harrison Co., Ohio. Another source says she's from Pennsylvania. This seems more likely. If the reconstruction is accurate, Barbara's maiden name may have been Black. Next to her in the reconstruction is a James Black from Ireland.
17. John Cuppy (Junior; Elizabeth Cuppy's brother) was 99 or 100 years old when someone wrote down some of his biography. He said that his mother's name was Devore, but circumstantial evidence suggests it was Parker. A summary of the problem is here.
18. Some researchers have her name as Felger. There are several Felgers near her in West Salem Cemetery (Wayne County, Ohio). Her father may have been a Henry Felger, but I can't find her in any lists of his children. Some have identified her father as an Adam Felger. This may be, but this Adam is not the Adam near her in West Salem Cemetery. Given the dates on the stone, he may be a younger brother.
19. Abraham Herr came to America as a child with his parents—Rev. Christian Herr and Anna Barr/Bar/Bär—and other Mennonites. Abraham's grandfather was Bishop Hans Herr from Zürich, Switzerland (according to his wiki, but some reseachers have his birthplace in Baden, Canton Aargau, Switzerland). Because Mennonites were persecuted during this period, they had to move around. Some ended up in the Palatinate for a few years so Abraham may have been born in the Palatinate.
20. Many have Maria Mertz's father as Heinrich Mertz, but in his book Johann Adam and Anna Maria (Mertz) Zehner Family of Berks and Schuylkill Counties, Pennsylvania William J. Zehner believes her father was Johann Peter Mertz.
21. I no longer believe that Sarah Ann was the daughter of Benjamin Mattox. I think her father had the surname Worline. Benjamin and Lydia's other children would then be half-siblings to Sarah Ann. Benjamin was the son of Christopher Mattox and Christi(a)na Hinds/Heintz. Christopher's family tree cannot reliably be traced any further back. Christiana's can be easily found on various sites. I think Lydia Boston may be connected to the Bastians of Woodsboro, Maryland.
22. Rebecca Hibbs Harden Hosterman's pedigree has always been problematic. Some are not convinced that her parents are Isaac Hibbs and Mary Lucas. I don't have a problem with this, but identifying her grandparents, as well as her great-grandparents, is also difficult. There is simply much speculation involved here. See notes 15 and 17 above.
23. When Georg Andreas emigrated with his parents and siblings, Nesselbach was in the County of Hohenlohe-Langenburg. Later the county was made a principality. In the early 19th century it was in Württemberg. Today, Nesselbach is simply a section of the small city of Langenburg, Baden-Württemberg. Some sources say Georg Andreas emigrated from Bächlingen. It too is now a section of Langenburg.
24. I think Esther Brubaker (1772-1848) may have been the daughter of a John Brubaker and a woman whose maiden name was Oberholtzer, but I don't have a shred of evidence to back that up. If she was his daughter, she would be a granddaughter of a Hans Jacob/John Jacob Bruppacher who emigrated from Ibersheim in the Palatinate. The family was Mennonite and earlier migrated from Switzerland due to the religious persecution of Anabaptists.
25. Elisabetha's name actually shows up as "Elizabetha Markreta Waagener".
26. Some think that Sophia's maiden name was "Serier".