Peter -- I tried to send you an email, but genforum only has a red "x" where your email address would normally be.
In case you want to get everything exactly right, might I offer a couple of other edits -- in addition to those posted ten days ago:
First, the "county" - landkreis - is Neckarkreis, not Neckarkreis.Maybe the error in your information stems from my sloppy handwriting on a letter I sent you cousin some decades ago.If so, I apologize.
Second, I have found no trace of the Hufford family in Maryland before 1760.It is therefore very likely that Daniel Hufford was born not in Frederick county, Maryland, but in eastern Pennsylvania; almost certainly what is now Montgomery County (then Philadelphia County).At about the same time when Daniel would have been born, his father Christian Hufford advertised his plantation in (going from memory) Whitpain Township for sale.Whitpain is also where my mother's ancestors the Dawes family lived.Mary (Dawes) Spencer's son Nathan Spencer moved to Loudoun County, Va. about 1756, not far from Frederick County, Md.About 44 years later, my Huffords moved to Washington County, Pa., not far from Belmont Co., Ohio where the Spencers set up in about 1806.It was not until 1865 that the two families moved to the same place -- Lovilia, Iowa, where in 1908 my Grandpa Hufford married my Spencer grandmother.
Your list on the genforum posting doesn't mention Anna Margaretha (Most) Hoffarth, wife of the immigrant.Her father, if I'm remembering this correctly, was Marx Most, a strawcutter "aus Bayern" (from Bavaria).I think the pastor at Schwaigern told me that he thought the Most family was likely Swiss before its sojourn in Bavaria.There's a book about the repopulation of the Palatinate by Swiss that I ought to check into for clues.Anna Margaretha's mother was a Sauer.I haven't ascertained whether there's any connection with the famous German printer of Philadelphia.
I have the other maternal lines as well, to a point.It's pretty devastating to see what the 30 years war did to the family.The pastor said he thought the reason people were dying like flies in the summer of 1635 was that the soldiers who occupied the place brought the plague.It's a wonder there are any Huffords at all after that disaster.The good news is that we probably have some immunities, inasmuch as we come from the few survivors.
You don't show a place of death for Hans Jerg / Georg Hoffarth, but I don't imagine that it was very likely anywhere but on his home place near Maxatawny & Macungie, in what was then Longswamp Township.The Township has been divided since then, sothis tract could be in Hereford (sp?) now.
We ought to trace the ownership of the land today in order to see if it provides any clues as to Hans Jerg's daughter Anna Margaretha Jr.I checked the local will indices and the grantor indices, but could find no indication of anyone who went by the name Hufford/Hoffarth selling the property.Of course, many deeds were not recorded in the old days.
This is an interesting family.What was Addison Hufford like?