Some Descendant Charts For Surnames of Interest to Me

Charles F. Kerchner, Jr.
CDR USNR (Retired)
Emmaus PA 18049 USA

Research Started: 1975
Webpage Created: 20 Jul 2001
Last Updated: 14 Nov 2012



Note: Some names, places, and dates shown in these various pages are the best estimates of this researcher and are usually so indicated. Any name, place, or date with words such as near, about, maybe, possibly, or probably associated with it should be independently verified if exact data is required. If you use information from the surname of interest to me and/or other pages in my website, please give proper credit and attribution to this website and my decades of research into these families. Please scroll down for links to Pennsylvania German research help pages.



Baer Brown Christman Clauser Delong Derr Drescher Egner Fetterman Frantz Hoch Horn Hunsicker Jacobi
Keiper Kerchner Klein Koch Laros Laudenslager Levan Mattern Miller Minnich Mohr
Raser/Racer Reeser Ritter Roeder Romig Roth Schmoyer Siegfried Walbert

Please feel free to contact me using email link below if you would like more information
and/or have information or corrections to share with me about these families.



18th Century PA German Naming Customs
18th Century PA Spelling Idiosynchrasies
18th Century PA German Nicknames
PA Dutch Are of German Heritage, not Dutch
The 1812 Project. Early Lehigh Co PA Surnames
Kerchner Surname Genetic Genealogy Y-DNA Project
Laudenslager Surname Genetic Genealogy Y-DNA Project
Kerchner Genealogy Home Page




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Charles F. Kerchner, Jr.
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Emmaus PA 18049-1544 USA
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Research Started - 1975
WebPage Created - 20 Jul 2001
Last Updated - 14 Nov 2012