Some Christman Genealogy Immigrant Lines

Jacob Christman born c1711
(I'm a descendant of this line)

Michael Christman born 1726

Daniel Christman born c1705

Heinrich Christman born c1706

Private William Christman (1843-1864)
First Soldier Buried at Arlington National Cemetery During Civil War

Christman Surname YDNA Genetic Genealogy Project

18th Century PA German Naming Customs
PA German Nicknames
Surnames of Primary Interest to Me
Kerchner Genealogy Home Page

From research and database of:
Charles F. Kerchner, Jr.
Commander USNR (Retired) Emmaus PA 18049-1544
(descendant of Jacob Christman born c1711)

Christman Research started: 1975
Webpage Created: 2001
Last Updated: 27 Sep 2014

An interesting Christman tidbit and webpage I found in 2003.
Private William Christman
The first soldier buried at Arlington National Cemetry.

Death and Internment record of Private William Christman

Private Christman's direct line goes as follows: Jacob c1711, Henry 1758, Johan George 1788, Jonas 1820 who married to Mary Ann (maiden name unknown, to Private William Christman, born 1843. Private William Christman is my third cousin, three times removed. Our common ancestor is the immigrant, Jacob Christman (c1711-1761). My direct early line is Jacob c1711, Philip 1755, Johan Henry 1777, Anna Maria aka Polly Christman, born 1805, who married Johannes Frederick Kerchner, my 2nd great-grandfather. Private William Christman and I are 3rd Cousins, 3 steps removed. [More]

Location of Private William Christman's Grave in Section 27 at Arlington National Cemetery

Visit to Private William Christman's Grave at Arlington Cemetery by Charles Kerchner on 7 Nov 2009

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Charles F. Kerchner, Jr.
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Emmaus PA 18049-1544 USA
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