This family is very confusing to trace because they repeat first names so often.I will give you the information I have, but please note that it may not be 100% correct.I descend from Susan Louise Sanner who married William Henry Miller in 1860 in Middletown, Frederick Co., MD.Her parents were Vincent Sanner Jr. and Susanna Hutzel.I will begin with them and go backwards in generations.
Generation No. 1
Vincent Sanner Jr. born July 23, 1794 in St. Mary's Co., MD and died Dec. 1, 1869 in Middletown, Frederick Co., MD; buried at Zion Lutheran Church in Middletown; married Susanna Hutzel on March 15, 1824 in Washington Co., MD.She was the daughter of Johannes Hutzel and Elizabeth Shoemaker; she was born Jan. 4, 1807 in Frederick Co., MD and died June 20, 1886 in Middletown.She is buried at Zion with Vincent.Their children are John (1825), Mary Ann (1826), Vincent (1831), Amanda (1834), Sarah Emeline (1836), Susan Louise (1840), Daniel Washington (1843), Lydia Ann Loretta (1846), Tabitha Estelle (1852), Ella Olivia (1853), and David (abt. 1855).
Generation No. 2
Vincent Sanner Sr. born March 6, 1765 in St. Mary's Co., MD and died Feb. 10, 1814 near Beaver Creek, Washington Co., MD; married Lydia (Unknown) abt. 1793, probably in St. Mary's Co., MD.Besides their son Vincent Jr., they had a daughter named Verlinda born May 31, 1799.
Generation No. 3
Thomas Sanner Jr. born 1738 in St. Mary's Co. and died Sept. 1780 in St. Mary's Co.; married Mary Ann Henning abt. 1759 in St. Mary's Co.She was the daughter of John Henning and Ann Hazel; she was born in 1740 in St. Mary's Co. and died June 8, 1816 in St. Mary's Co.Their children were William (1760), Vincent Sr. (1765), Thomas, Margaret, Jeremiah, Mary, Elizabeth, Joseph, and John.
Generation No. 4
Thomas Sanner Sr. born 1688 in St. Mary's Co. and died Nov. 1773 in St. Mary's Co.; married Ann (Unknown).Besides their son Thomas Jr., they had a son named Joseph.
Generation No. 5
John Sanner born in 1658 in either France, Switzerland, or Germany and died in 1753 in St. Mary's Co., MD.He came to America in 1676 and became the owner of 100 acres of land known as Salisbury Plains.He acquired this land as a grant after fulfilling "his required service in the province."This was the Sanner ancestral home for 140 years.
Generation No. 6
Thomas Sanner was born abt. 1630 in France, Switzerland, or Germany and likely died there also.
Generation No. 7
John Sanner was born abt. 1600 in France, Switzerland, or Germany and died there also.Besides his son Thomas, he had a son named John Jr. born 1635 in Europe and died in 1698 in St. Mary's Co., MD.(John Jr.'s children were Mary, Nicholas, and John III.)