So sorry for the delayed response - genealogy was on the back burner for a long time.
I will have to check my Sources on most of this confusing DAUGHENBAUGH(etc) info but here's a little of what I have.I am always willing to share and you may contact me at the email addy listed on this site.
Alternate Spellings for DAUGHENBAUGH line:TACHEBACH, DACHENBACH, DAGENBACH, DAGGEBACH, TAGEBACH, TAUGHINBAUGH.
John TACHEBACH, (s/o Martin and Margaretha DACHENBACH), according to "A History of The Lutheran Church in New Hanover, Montgomery County, Penna.", by the Rev. John Jacob Kline, The Congregation, New Hanover, PA, 1910.Marriage records list him as Johannes DAGEBACH.
The same history lists the following siblings:
male DAGENBACH, b. abt. 1741, d. 1765
Matthias DAGGEBACH, b. abt. 1744, confirmed in the church, 29 Apr 1759
Johannes Balthassar DACHENBACH, 1746-1766, a/k/a DAGGEBACH at confirmation.
Eva Elisabeth DAGENBACH, b. 1753, TACHEBACH at confirmation.
Maria TAGEBACH, b. abt. 1753, confirmed in 1767.
Johann George DACHENBACH, d. 1765 (3 weeks old)I think this child might have been from a 2nd wife but with Maria's, Margaretha's, Johannes, etc., etc... I can't yet be sure.
I have three (3) Christian's:Sr., 1775-1852; his son, Jr., 1811-13-1899; and his son, III, b. abt. 1840.
Christian, Sr., did have a brother, Johannes, 1777-c. 1835.
I know this is very confusing what with similar names, name changes/spellings, etc.If you would like my FGS, let me know or feel free to ask individual questions as the need arises.
Melinda K. Green