Lorentz HAUSHALTER (Lawrence Householder) was born 13 Aug 1726 in Rußheim, Baden, Germany. He married Anna Margaretha HACKER in Rußheim on 24 Nov 1750. He came to the United States […]
A photo of John B. HOCKER and his wife (seated) with their son and Stella (HOCH?) in the rear, standing.
Susanna GSELL was born 5 Feb 1806 in Pennsylvania, most likely in Lancaster county. She married Samuel HACKER, son of Frederick and Catharina (FUCHS) HACKER, about 1824/5. She died 23 […]
Johan Adam Hocker, son of Johan George and Maria Margaretha (Weidman) Hacker, was born 19 Dec 1763 in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania and died 4 Feb 1847 in Slate River Mills, […]
Samuel HACKER, youngest son of Frederick and Catharina (FUCHS) HACKER, was born 24 Jul 1799 in Cocalico township, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania and christened on 6 Oct 1799 at Emanuel Lutheran […]
If you’re researching your family history, deeds can be an excellent source of information, placing a family member at a specific place at a specific time. They can sometimes provide clues to where a person came from or went to. And, if you’re lucky, they can also provide information on family relationships.
Here is a partial index to some deeds for HOOVERs in old Frederic county, Maryland in the late 1700s.
William Edward Hocker (1855—1946), Henry Arthur Hocker (1857—1938), John Buser Hocker (1859—1911), and Clarence Marion Hocker (1868—1938) were the sons of John Benjamin and Mary Ann (HESS) HOCKER. The couple’s […]
Catharina STEINER, daughter of Frederick and Catharine (___) STEINER, was born 27 Mar 1799 in Cocalico township, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania and died 8 May 1823. She was buried in the […]
In May of 1780, Jacob Waller sold a tract of land—part of a 1769 survey on Redstone Creek—now part of Union township, Fayette county to Andrew Hoover, Jr. This land was then signed over to Jacob Pindle/Pindell by Andrew Hoover in August of 1780. Sixteen years later, Jacob Pindell signed over this land to Jonathan Rowland and wife Susannah “in trust for the heirs of” Conrad Herbaugh on May 3rd, 1796.
Chris Dunham, the man behind The Genealogue, is now introducing a new genealogy blog. This one—The Family Historian—will focus on providing the best genealogy advice for the family historian from […]