Sherk

Barbara Sherk

1782-06-06 b. Manor Twp, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, USA Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
1801 m. Jacob Fretz Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors; Ancestry public member tree
children: John (1802–1881, Jemima (1805–1895), Samuel (1805–1805), Frances (1812–1875), Magdaline/Magdalana (1814–1867), Barbara (1816–1849), Elizabeth (1819–1863), Catherine (1821–1839), and Mary (1823 – ?) Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors; Ancestry public member tree; Bertie Township
1839-01-11 d. Bertie, Welland, Ontario, Canada Ancestry public member tree; Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
  daughter of John and Barbara Sherk Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors



John Sherk / Johannes Schürch

1745, 1750 or 1753 b. Sumiswald, Canton of Bern, Switzerland or Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, USA Ancestry public member trees; Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
1771 first taxed at Hempfield Twp Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
1770-11-13, about 1773, or 1783-03-30 m. Barbara Berg, at Bethel, Berks County, Pennsylvania or Hempfield, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Ancestry public member trees; Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
around 1778 moved to Manor Twp Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
children: Daniel (? – 1777), Jacob (1773 – ?), Maria (1775 – ?), Regina (1777–1855), John (1778–1866), Barbara (1782–1839), Joseph B. (1784–1864, Catherine (1794–1832), and Andrew (1796–1883) Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors; Ancestry public member trees
1795 moved to Willoughby Twp, Welland Co., Ontario in 1795 Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
1836-02-19 (Reg 31 Mar 1836) John Sherk Sr sold to Adam Nigh 100 acres in Lot 26 adjoining Cross Concession, Willoughby Twp.  for ₤87.10 (A310 #10779) Abstracts of Deeds, Register of Willoughby Township
1837-08-07 d. Willoughby Twp, Welland Co., Ontario Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
  son of Ulrich and Maria Sherk



Ulrich Sherk

1703-07-22 b. Sumiswald, Canton Bern, Switzerland Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
1730-11-19 m. Maria Grundbacher, Sumiswald, Canton Bern
child: John (1753–1837)
1766-05 d. Hempfield Twp, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania



Maria Grundbacher

1701-03-16 b. Switzerland Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
1730-11-19 m. Ulrich Sherk, Sumiswald, Canton Bern, Switzerland
child: John (1753–1837)



Barbara Berg

about 1750 b. Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA Ancestry public member trees; NB birth dates for Barbara and her father are impossible, so proceed with caution
1770-11-13, about 1773, or 1783-03-30 m. John Sherk, at Bethel, Berks County, Pennsylvania or Hempfield, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Ancestry public member trees; Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
children: Daniel (? – 1777), Jacob (1773 – ?), Maria (1775 – ?), Regina (1777–1855), John (1778–1866), Barbara (1782–1839), Joseph B. (1784–1864, Catherine (1794–1832), and Andrew (1796–1883) Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors; Ancestry public member trees
1824-11-08 d. Willoughby Twp, Welland Co., Ontario Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
  daughter of Jacob and Veronica Berg



Jacob Berg

1742 b. Pennsylvania Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
1772 of Hempfield, Lancaster, Pennsylvania; one cow, 2s. Pennsylvania, Tax and Exoneration
  m. Veronica Stauffer Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
child: Barbara (1773–1824)
1790 of Lampeter, Lancaster, Pennsylvania; household of three free white males aged 16+, three free white males <16, and six free white females 1790 US Federal Census
1796 d. Lampeter, Lancaster Rich Family Tree



Veronica Stauffer

1738-05-03 b. Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
  m. Jacob Berg
child: Barbara (1773–1824)
1806 d. Manor Twp, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania
  elder child of Jacob and Magdalena Stauffer



Jacob Stauffer

1713 b. Ibersheim, Rhein, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors; Bartsch-Axtell-Tosh Family Tree_Relinked12082014
1732-09-20 arrived Pennsylvania US and Canada Passenger and Immigration Lists Index
arrived in Philadelphia, age 20 on the ship Pink Plaisance on 20 Sep 1732 with a large group of Mennonites including Daniel Stauffer, his probable brother Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages, citing Joanne K. Hoover (Jan 1987) 'Elizabeth Township Kinsmen and Some of Their Descendants from the Time of Settlement', Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage vol. X no 1
1734/1768 lived at Warwick Township
1735-03 m. Magdalena Hess, Hammers Creek, Lancaster, Pennsylvania Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors; US and International Marriage Records; Bartsch-Axtell-Tosh Family Tree_Relinked12082014
children: Veronica (1738–1806), Abraham (1747 – ?) Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
1738-04-03 warranted 300 acres of land in Warwick Township next to John Brubaker; established a mill on the Hammer Creek adjacent to Brubaker lands (Lewis tract). He also acquired the 141-acre Lawrence Hoff tract adjacent to Christian Eby. Several deeds connect Jacob and his wife Maudlin to their gristmill and mill dam on Mill Creek." Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages, citing Joanne K. Hoover (Jan 1987) 'Elizabeth Township Kinsmen and Some of Their Descendants from the Time of Settlement', Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage vol. X no 1
1746-06-05 patented his Warwick Township land warrant
1747-04-23 bought 140 ½ acres in Warwick Township from Lawrence Hoff
1747-12-18 called Jacob Stauffer Sr when he, John Stauffer (his brother) and Barbara Stauffer (Christian’s widow) were the administrators of his brother Christian’s estate at Warwick Township with Jacob Stauffer Jr (probably his cousin and younger than him), John Brubaker Jr and Abraham Meyer as bondsmen
1748-07-11 sold 188 acres of his patented 300 acres (1746-06-05) to Jacob Musselman, the elder
1756 bought land in Warwick Township as tenants in common with his nephew John Stauffer (1734–1799)
1758 taxed at Warwick Township as a miller on 300 acres
1765-02-12 bought land in Mt Joy Township from John Wilkin and Jacob "the Elder" and his wife Magdalena of Donegal Township this land to Christian Whitmore of Rapho Township
1768 of Warwick Township when he bought 217 acres in Donegal Township from Samuel and Mary Smith in 1768; the Donegal land was adjacent to the land of the late Christian Stauffer
1769/1775 taxed at Donegal Township from 1769 to 1775; apparently part of his Donegal Township land was in Mt Joy Township as he was also taxed on 250 acres at Mt. Joy Township in 1769 and 1770. In his estate papers, he was sometimes referred to as of Donegal Township and sometimes Mt Joy Township
1772-09-22 Abraham Stauffer of Warwick Township and his wife Barbara sold to Christian Stauffer of Warwick Township part of the tract of 140 ½ acres in Warwick which Jacob, his father, bought from Lawrence Hoff
1773 of Donegal Township when he and his wife Magdalena sold his 140 acres in Mt Joy Township to John Stauffer. His daughter Anna left a Bible record which shows Jacob Stauffer born 1714, Magdalena Stauffer born 1717, Anna Stauffer born 26 Jan 1759, Christian Martin born 1726, David Martin born 22 Nov 1751 and the birth dates and names of the Martin children.
1775 d. Donegal Twp, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
  son of Daniel and ____ Stauffer
1793-07 d. Mount Joy, Adams, Pennsylvania Paul Stouffer Family Tree



Daniel Stauffer

c. 1685 b. Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages; Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
before 1713 m.1. ____ ____ (? – before 1743)
children: probably Christian (c. 1711 – 1759), probably Hans (fl. 1744.), Jacob (1713–1775), at least two daughters, names not known, and Daniel (c. 1728 – 1785)
1727 his brother Christian returned from Mannheim and paid him money, apparently to take over the lease for the Mückenhäuserhof; Daniel probably then moved to nearby Alsheim that same year Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages
1729 the two tenants at Mückenhäuserhof were Daniel's brother Christian Stauffer and his step-brother Johann Jacob Brubacher
1730-12-05 found on a list of persons in the court records of Alsheim
1733-04-07 bought two pieces of land for cultivation in Alsheim at a local auction
1733-07-14 mentioned in a tax matteras "Daniel Stauffer from Stiftneyhausen", which probably refers to Stift Neuhausen who might have owned properties at Alsheim, cultivated by Daniel Stauffer, and not meaning that Daniel Stauffer lived at Neuhausen
1734-05-18 as Daniel Stauffer of Alsheim, made a transaction at the cattle market at Guntersblum
1737-10-29 mentioned as "of Alsheim" at the Guntersblum cattle market
1738 three different Mennonite census reports made; on the first list he was listed but no statistics were given on the families; on the second, where there was a total of 3 men, 4 women and 9 children, but no names given; and on the third list (Bender's list) it shows that Daniel Stauffer had a wife and four children
1739-10-06 in a letter written by Daniel Stauffer to the bailiff at Alzey, he wrote "I am the temporary leaseholder of the Ducal-Lorrainese superior bailiff Herr von Langen at Alsheim . . . in my responsibility there are several goods that are owned by the orphans that are placed under my care as a guardian . . ."; he complains that he had to pay Turk tax and poll tax twice, though temporary leaseholders usually were exempted; no other names or family dates are given in the letter
1743 listed in the Mennonite census report for Alsheim as a widower with one son and two daughters
1743/1751 m.2. ____ ____ (? – after 1753) Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages
before 1751-10-31 d. Alsheim, Hesse Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages; Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
in inheritance matters of the court of Alsheim from 1734–1773, there were letters written by the district office of Alzey sent to the village authorities of Alsheim concerning the "Obsignierung" of Daniel Stauffer; the first was very short, dated 13 Oct 1751 and contains the sentence "regarding the deceased Mennonite Stauffer, leaseholder of von Lang"; the second letter is dated 2 Nov 1751 and only contains the information that Daniel Stauffer was the leaseholder of Freiherr von Lang at Alsheim
  son of Daniel and Anna Stauffer



Daniel Stauffer

1657-03-01 b. Eggiwil, Bern, Switzerland Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
1682 a Mennonite living at Branchweilerhof near Neustadt, Bayern; made a lease for the property at Branchweilerhof in 1682 with his wife Anna, Jacob Weber and Fritz Dester and their wives Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages
before 1682 m.1. Anna ____ Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages; Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
children: Hans (c. 1682 – c. 1727), Daniel (1685–1751), Ulrich (c. 1688 – after 1749), daughter (1692 – after 1743), Christian (c. 1695 – 1743, b. Muckenhauserhof), and Susanna (c. 1700 – c. 1758)
1685 a Mennonite living at Branchweilerhof near Neustadt, Bayern Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages
1685/1705 moved from Branchweilerhof to Mückenhäuserhof near Ibersheim
after about 1698 m.2. the widowed mother of Hans Jacob Brubacher (1692 – ?)
1705/1706 probably living at Mückenhäuserhof when Hans Stauffer (b. 1644) of nearby Alsheim referred to his cousin Daniel Stauffer in 1705/1706 his day book; Hans Stauffer also said Daniel Stauffer was hired by him and promised as wages 15 thalers, a smock and half a gulden (earnest money); and that he had "money lying with me" 31 guldens and later 28 guldens
1710-08-29 Daniel Stauffer and Samuel Bayer were the temporary tenants at Mückenhäuserhof near Alsheim; Daniel owned one field of farmland and one meadow, no house, no vineyards, no woods, no fortune, no debts and no cattle in 1710
1721-08-14 grant of probate made for the inheritance for his son Christian Stauffer and step-son Jacob Brubacher; the assets listed in the inheritance of Christian Stauffer and Jacob Brubacher in 1721 from "their parents" included a horse, cows, oxen, pigs, carts, crops, etc.
  son of Christian and Margret Stauffer Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors



Christian Stauffer

1615-03-19 b. Luchsmatt Farm, Eggiwil, Bern, Switzerland Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages; Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
  baptized at Röthenbach Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages
before 1647 m. Margret Anthoni (1621 – after 1672) Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages; Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
children: Christian (c. 1647 – ?), Ulrich (1650 – before 1652); Ulrich (1652–1719), Adelheid (1654 – ?), Daniel (1657 – ?), Madle (1659 – ?), Hans (1662 – ?), and Jacob (1664 – 1724/1753), all b. Eggiwill Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages; Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
1672-04-06 listed as an Anabaptist living at Dirmstein, Bayern, with his wife, some children, his father, two brothers and their families; it states that he and his two brothers had a total of 21 children, many of whom were still
in Switzerland
Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages
after 1672-04 d. Dirmstein, Bayern Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages; Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
  son of Christian and Adelheid Stauffer Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors



Christian Stauffer

c. 1580 b. Luchsmatt farm, Eggiwil, Bern, Switzerland Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
1610-06-18 m.1. Adelheid Oppliger, Röthenbach, Bern, Switzerland
1611-11-06 called son of Claus of Luchsmatt farm when he baptized his daughter Madlena at Röthenbach Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages
children: Madlena (1611 – ?), Hans (1613 – ?), Christian (1615 – after 1672), Anna (1617 – ?), all b. Luchsmatt farm, Eggiwill; Barbara (c. 1620 – ?), Peter (1622 – ?), Margaret (c. 1624 – ?), Elsbeth (c. 1626 – ?), Ulrich (1629 – ?), and Daniel (1632 – ?), all b. Glashutte, Eggiwill Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages; Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
1618 appears on the Eggiwil tax rolls as living at Gläshutte farm in Eggiwil for the first time Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages
1622-04-28 called a "public Taüffer" when his brother Uli Stauffer brought Christen's son Peter from Eggiwil to be baptized at Röthenbach
1656 m.2. Asenath Frederich (16011671) of Eggiwil; before Jul 1656 and probably an Anabaptist marriage since this wasn't recorded at the state church Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages; Wenger Family Tree; Wells and Reynolds Family Forest
1656-07 lived together with Asenath Friedrich either at Glashütte or at Hinten in Eggiwil Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages
1671

He was an Anabaptist and was exiled with his second wife from Glashütte farm in Eggiwil in the fall of 1671. He was living at Dirmstein, Germany in December 1671 and at Ibersheim, Germany in January 1672. Some of his children and grandchildren were exiled with him. He may have been the Christian Stauffer who was an Anabaptist preacher who with Uli Zaugg and Uli Neuhaus were being hunted by the government in 1644. His children were christened at Röthenbach, but were probably all born at Luchsmatt farm in Eggiwil which lies near the border of Eggiwil and Röthenbach parishes.

Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors

Eggiwil is situated in the Emmenthal Valley in Bern. The Emmenthal Valley was a hotbed of Anabaptist activity and their numbers were growing, which greatly alarmed the authorities in Bern. By 1671, Eggiwil had a large group of Anabaptists, numbering about 40 adults, which when you add in their children probably totalled over 100 people

Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages
1671-05-03

[ . . . ] the magistrate of Signau received orders from Bern to seize the Anabaptists of Eggiwil and bring them to the prison in Bern, where they would then be led out of Switzerland. The village community of Eggiwil refused to permit this, probably because so many of them had relatives who were Anabaptists and also because many themselves had leanings toward the Anabaptist faith. Shortly thereafter twelve of the wealthiest residents of Eggiwil were sent to the city of Bern as hostages until the Anabaptists agreed to be delivered to the Bern prison or to leave the land. They agreed to the latter.

1671-10-16

[ . . . ] the Reformed pastor of Eggiwil was able to report that the Anabaptists had left of their own accord4. They were not allowed to take much and probably had some of their possessions and lands confiscated as an emigration tax, as well as having their citizenship taken away. They would become refugees without a country.

1671-12-14

According to Valentine Hütwohl, a Mennonite Minister in the Pfalz, 450 Anabaptists from Bern had recently arrived in the Pfalz. "These are scattered among the fellow believers throughout the region over a twelve-mile territory. Among these you will find those who need canes, being 70, 80 and 90 years old. On the whole they need clothing sorely; they didn't take more along than what they had on their backs. With little bedding, we don't know how to keep them warm. Some amongst us have seven, eight or nine living with them. When you speak of their property, they sigh, wishing that they had their houses and farm land here as before. There are men who left their wives and children, and women, older as well as younger, who have left husbands and children; others who brought along some, leaving the rest with the husbands, also expectant mothers; also children who left father, mother, brothers and sisters behind". Included in the Hütwohl letter was a list of the Swiss refugees.

1672-01-01

[ . . . ] listed as a Swiss Anabaptist refugee, age over 90 years old living at Ibersheim, Germany with his second wife, age 70 years. It states that he was he was the father, grandfather and great grandfather of 94, of whom 16 were dead and 78 living.

c. 1672 mentioned as age 92 in a record of a letter from the Baptists of Crefeld to the Baptists of Rotterdam seeking help for the migrants of the 1671 exodus; reference cited from the "Chronicles of Berne" Wells and Reynolds Family Forest
1672-04-06

[ . . . ] living at Dirmstein, Bayern, Germany, age 90, with his wife Asenath Frederick, age 70. Also living in his household were Daniel Stauffer, Ulli Stauffer, Christian Stauffer, age 65 (sic 56) and their wives, Babbi Galli, age 43, Babbi Stauffer, age 41 and Margriet Antony, age 50 years. It stated that "they live together and have altogether 21 children, of whom many were left in Switzerland. They said they have debts to repay, and cows and tools to buy and would manage with 100 Reich Dollars". They were given 250 florins.

Halbstein/Parrish genealogy pages
after 1672-04-06 d. Dirmstein, Bayern Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
  son of Niclaus and Cathrinia Stauffer



Niclaus Stauffer (Claus)

cal 1555 b. Röthenbach, Bern, Switzerland Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
  m. Cathrinia Lehman
children: Christian (c. 1580 – after 1672-04-06) and others
1615 d. Luchsmatt, Eggiwil, Bern, Switzerland
  son of Ulrich and ____ Stauffer



Ulrich Stauffer

c. 1528 b. Luchsmatt, Eggiwil, Bern, Switzerland Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
  m. ____ ____
child: Niclaus (1555–1615)
1600 d. Luchsmatt Farm, Eggiwil, Bern, Switzerland Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors; Fosnaugh
  elder son of Niclaus and ____ Stauffer Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors



Niclaus Stauffer

c. 1490 b. Eggiwil, Bern, Switzerland Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
before 1528 m. ____ ____
children: Ulrich (1528 – ?), Peter (1535 – ?)
1555 d. Luchsmatt Farm, Eggiwil, Bern, Switzerland Stoudt Espinoza Family Tree
  son of Peter and ____ Stauffer Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors



Peter Stauffer

c. 1455 b. Switzerland Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
before 1490 m. ____ ____
child: Niclaus (1490 – ?)
1530 d. Tranchita-Glennon-Wambach-Dorman
  son of Ulrich Stauffer Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors



Ulrich Stauffer

1415 b. Switzerland Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
1440 of Röthenbach, Bern, Switzerland



____ Stauffer born ____

before 1490 m. Peter Stauffer Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
child: Niclaus (1490 – ?)



____ Stauffer born ____

before 1528 m. Niclaus Stauffer Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
children: Ulrich (1528 – ?), Peter (1535 – ?)



____ Stauffer born ____

before 1555 m. Ulrich Stauffer Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
child: Niclaus (1555–1615)



Cathrinia Lehman (Trini)

before 1580 m. Niclaus Stauffer Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
children: Christian (abt 1580 – after 1672-04-06) and others



Adelheid Oppliger

1588-11-21 b. Röthenbach, Bern, Switzerland PennsylvaniaStover'sGenealogy
1610-08-18 m. Christian Stauffer, Röthenbach, Bern, Switzerland
children: Christian (1615 – after 1672) and 15 others
1632 d. Röthenbach, Bern
  daughter of Peter and Adelheid Oppliger



Peter Oppliger

1562 b. Eggiwil, Bern, Switzerland PennsylvaniaStover'sGenealogy
1583-03-15 m. Adelheid Blonier, Eggiwil, Bern
child: Adelheid Oppliger Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
1632 d. Bern, Bern, Switzerland PennsylvaniaStover'sGenealogy
  son of Benedict Oppliger



Benedict Oppliger

1510 b. PennsylvaniaStover'sGenealogy



Adelheid Blonier

1566 b. Eggiwil, Bern, Switzerland PennsylvaniaStover'sGenealogy
1583-03-15 m. Peter Oppliger, Eggiwil, Bern
child: Adelheid Oppliger
1635 d. Röthenbach, Bern



Margaret Anthoni

1622 b. Switzerland Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
  Swiss Anabaptist refugee
before 1657 m. Christian Stauffer
children: Daniel (1657 – ?) and others
  daughter of Hans and Anna Anthony



Hans Anthony

before 1622 m. Anna Stauffer Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
child: Margaret (1622 – ?)



Anna Stauffer

1594-11-03 b. Signau, Bern, Switzerland Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
before 1622 m. Hans Anthony
child: Margaret (1622 – ?)
  daughter of Benedict and Barbli Stauffer



Benedict Stauffer

c. 1556 b. Röthenbach, Bern, Switzerland Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
before 1594 m. Barbli Leeman
children: Anna (1594 – ?) and others
  son of Hans and ____ Stauffer



Hans Stauffer

c. 1540 b. Röthenbach, Bern, Switzerland Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
before 1556 m. ____ _____
children: Benedict (1556 – ?) and others
  son of Hans Stauffer



Hans Stauffer

c. 1500 b. Röthenbach, Bern, Switzerland Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors



____ Stauffer born ____

before 1556 m. Hans Stauffer Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
children: Benedict (1556 – ?) and others



Barbli Leeman

before 1594 m. Benedict Stauffer Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
children: Anna (1594 – ?) and others



Anna Stauffer born ____

before 1622 m. Hans Anthony Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
child: Margaret (1622 – ?)



____ Stauffer born ____

before 1713 m. Daniel Stauffer Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
child: Jacob (1713–75)



Magdalena Hess

1717-03-28 b. Halbstein/Parrish
before 1735 m. Jacob Stauffer
children: Veronica (1738–1806), Abraham (1747 – ?), and nine others
  daughter of Hans and Magdalena Hess Rachel, Erik, Caleb, & Sarah Arndt's Ancestors
1784 d. Halbstein/Parrish



Hans Hess

1683-07-01 b. Wald, Zurich, Wappenbuch, Switzerland Heather-Summer
1703 m. Magdalena ____
child: Magdalena (1717 – ?), and ten others
1733 d. Pequea, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Heather-Summer; FindaGrave
  bur. Hans Hess Family Cemetery, Pequea, Lancaster Co. FindaGrave



Magdalena Hess born ____

1703 m. Hans Hess Heather-Summer
child: Magdalena (1717 – ?), and ten others



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