Mary i will be more than happy to send you my copies if you will return to me. They are too dim for me to run another copy. I am also familiar with your Conrad Jr. (son of Conrad Sr.) that was married to Christinia Boltenhammer. The reason for my search on these Henninger families is my gggggrandfather was a Jonathn Michel Henninger that first appears in NC Tax Records in 1771. Whether this is a son of the old man(Hans Michel Henninger the original immigrant) who perhaps deserted his wife Eve and 3 young children in Berks County as some of my family researchers have prescribed or not is beyond me. Other scenarios could be he is a son of Conrad Sr. that was not documented, as he is in same area as Samuel, or my ggggrandfather could be a son of Samuel(son of Conrad Jr. and Christiana). Definitely many of the Henninger researchers prescribing more than 3 children to Hans and Anna Maria have got to be wrong as wills (one wrote 1768 and second transcribed by son in law in 1774)states he only has 3 children. He was a tailor by trade, Conrad owned the mill his father gave him, and Michel Jr. was a potter. Soon after the original immigrant Hans Michael, Anna Maria, and Conrad came to Philadelphia another ship arrived with another Henninger family. They were Michel Henninger/Heininger, wife Maria, son Michel aboard the ship Pennsylvania, John Stedman, Master from Rotterdam, last from Plymouth, qualified Sept. 11, 1732. Surely some of the Henningers came from this branch. Anyways my Jonathn Micel/Michel Henninger married a Rebecca unknown in NC. Rebecca was born 1754 unknown and married ca 1779 in NC. My ggggrandfather Jonathn Michel D.Henninger was born 1787 and married Amy Brumbelow born 1791 in ca 1809 Anson County NC. Land Records show they purchased acreage from his father in law David Brumbelow on Richardson Creek along the border of Anson and Mecklenberg County NC. Their children born in NC were John C.(probaly C is for Conrad)born 1810, Samuel born 1811, Hiram born 1817, Ellen born 1818, Ambrose born 1820, Angeline born 1822. David Brumbelow, Michels father in law dies in 1824 and Michel Henninger helps his mother in law Ammey Medcalf Brumbelow sell off the estate of David Brumbelow. Shortly after they leave NC and have next child in Ga. Michael J. 1827, James Manuel 1830, Mary Jane 1831, Martha 1832. They appear on 1830 Monroe County Ga. Census but under the name of Michel D. Henegan as well as obtaining land in the Cherokee Land Lottery. They leave Ga. for Ala. and have child Elizabeth 1836 in Ala. They next appear in 1838 in Clarke County Ms. and on Census Clarke County 1840. All children that are married as well as Michael have the surname Hennigan even though all of them spell different from one another. This whole family ends up in La. between the years 1847 to 1860 as Henegan, Hennigan, Henigan, Hannigan, Hanigan until eventually settling on spelling Hennigan. Backtracking this family to NC where they claim to be from on 1850 La. Census was hard since we found no Hennigan of any spelling in NC or any state in this time frame. Only knowing his wifes surname were we successful in finding Amy Brumbelow marrying Michel Henninger and Amy and Michael being buried as Amy Hennigan and Michael being buried as Michel J. Hennigan in Hennigan Cemetery in Beauregard Parish La. Sorry for such a long story, but this is the reason i know so much about the Henninger/Henager family. Thanks in advance for any info and send me your snail mail address and i will send you the documents you requested.