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Rosemary Crouse Mohn
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
I am researching the following family names, I do not know all of the countries of descent. But, would love any info I can find.


Benner [Pennsylvania, USA],
Bergey [Pennsylvania, USA],
Coover [Pennsylvania, USA, Ireland],
Crouse [Pennsylvania, USA],
Dentzer [Pennsylvania, USA],
Eby [Pennsylvania, USA],
GRAF [Pennsylvania, USA and Zwitserland],
Graybill [Pennsylvania, USA],
Groff [Lancaster County, Pa. and Switzerland],
Harnish [Lancaster County, Pa.],
Herr [Lancaster County, Pa.],
Kehl [Germany],
Kendig [Lancaster County, Pa.],
Martin [Lancaster County, Pa.],
Miller [Lancaster County, Pa.],
Montgomery [Lancaster County, Pa.],
Myers [Pennsylvania, USA],
O'connor [Pennsylvania, USA and Ireland],
Ortlieb [Lancaster County, Pa. and Germany],
Riesterer [Germany],
Saenger,
Sanger [Pennsylvania, USA],
SCHAFFER [Pennsylvania, USA],
SCHALLY,
Shaffer [Pennsylvania, USA],
Shallenberger [Pennsylvania, USA, Switzerland],
Shaver [Pennsylvania, USA],
Shelly [Pennsylvania, USA],
Singer [Pennsylvania, USA],
Snyder [Lancaster County, Pa.],
Ulrich [Pennsylvania, USA],
Weaver,
Wiegand [Lancaster County, Pa., Germany],
Zinger
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Germany, Switzerland, Ireland
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
My father asked me to do his family genealogy and it has been my passion to maker sure that my ancestors are not forgotten. I brake for cemeteries.

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At 10:30am on May 21, 2018, Burkely Hermann said…

Rosemary,

Hello! I am directly related to the Graf family on my dad's side and am trying to put together a fuller family history. What do you know (if anything) about the Grafs in Hungary or Pennsylvania?

I look forward to hearing from you.

Best regards,

Burkely Hermann

At 6:06am on January 7, 2014, Mary Kinch said…

HI ROSEMARY,

THANK YOU FOR YOUR MESSAGE.  I BELIEVE THAT CHARLES COE IS A FRIEND OF MINE ON FB, BUT HE CAN STILL GIVE ME A CALL IF HE'D LIKE.  602-622-8333 OR MKINCH@AOL.COM.  ANY INFO ON THE COE FAMILY IF GREATLY APPRECIATED.

SINCERELY,

MARY J. KINCH

At 4:43pm on December 14, 2013, Jim Avery said…

Hi again - thanks for your reply. The Family Hart Database was put together by a family named Hartman. They are county managers for the usgenweb sites in this area of PA. I see you have Kendig in Lancaster Co. Do you have anything about a lady named Joanna Allen? She was married to Sam Ferguson and they lived in Mountville. On her death certificate it says her father was a Samuel Kendig. Any connection?

At 9:07am on December 13, 2013, Jim Avery said…

Hi Rosemary - I saw your question when I popped into the chatroom this morning. Are you from PA? I have Mohn cousins in Steelton, Dauphin Co PA. I have a bunch of German ancestors in PA but none of the names you have listed. Have you seen the Family Hart Database? If you google that, they have 775,000 individual names there, mostly PA Germans. The only place here you can post pictures is on your page. See the photos heading at the top of the page. I am in Dover, York Co. PA but work in Gettysburg, Adams Co.

At 4:36pm on December 12, 2013, Mark Taylor Edwards said…

Rosemary-that Jonathan Edwards was a famous preacher in Mass., not Penn., but from around the same time

At 7:44pm on December 31, 2010, Mark Taylor Edwards said…

Rosemary, have you run across a Barbary Miller circa 1730 Perkiomen or Providence, Penn married to a John/Jonathan Edwards, and any crossing of family lines where Mohn became Moon?  The name Moon keeps popping up on DNA matches. 

Barbary is not the common way to spell Barbara, but it may have been the influence of French in ALsace or Switzerland, or even Belgium etc.  Miller may have been Mueller but many along the Rhine spell it as in English.

 
 
 

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