Anspach and Hetzler Tree with Branches.
Updated February 11, 2013
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Surnames included are Anspach, Hetzler, Brehm, Eidemiller, Engle, Yount, Phillips, Waymire, Francis, Ream, Harris, Pugh, and Manning.
The ancestors came to Ohio in the early 1800's. They were mostly farmers and resided in Montgomery, Warren, Miami, and Butler Counties in Ohio. Most were originally of German Ancestery.
George Anspach came to Miamisburgh, Montgomery County, Ohio in 1833. His tombstone states that he was born in Berks County, Pennsyvania. He had lived in the town of Rehrersburg,in Berks County, PA before coming to Ohio.
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- Browns Run Schoolhouse on Friend Road. (97 KB)
The school is located in Montgomery County, Ohio near Germantown. Several members of the Hetzler Family are in the picture. In the front row from left #1-Grace, #2 Myrtle, #3 Iva and in back row #3 is Ira between the two sisters.
- Anspach Family (49 KB)
Elizabeth Eidemiller Anspach with her children. Howard, Paul, Willard and Helen.
- Paul and his mother Elizabeth Anspach (235 KB)
This is in the General Store and Post Office in Vandalia, Ohio that Elizabeth owned and ran. After he husband died she took over the business and became the Postmistress.
- Abraham Ream, tombstone (76 KB)
Abraham Ream's tombstone in the Emmanuel's Union Church Cemetery, Centre Co., PA.
This is on Tusseyvilly Road which runs between Twp. Rd. 45 (Earlystown Rd) and St. Rt. 322. (Gen. Potter Hwy.) Picture taken on May 6, 2006.
- Anspach Family just before leaving China in 1940. (64 KB)
Paul, Sylvia, Sarah, Tom, and Phyllis Anspach with the Missionary Church Members. The boys standing next to them are Wilhelm and Helmut(arm in sling) Matzat. The Church is under construction in the background.
- Stone on the grave of George Anspach 1772-1846 (253 KB)
It is located in Gebhard Church Cemetery in Miamisburgh, Ohio.
- Abraham Ream cemetery picture (121 KB)
Pictured is the Emmanuel Union Church and Cemetery, Centre Hall, PA. The tombstone of Abraham Ream is near the church and is easy to find. Picture taken on May 6, 2006.
- Anspach Family about 1942 (59 KB)
Seated are Paul, Phyllis, Tom, and Sylvia. Standing are Carolyn, Parker and Sarah.
- Stover Cemetery picture 1 (139 KB)
A stone engraved and dedicated to the Revolutionary War Soldiers and Patriots of Lower Penns Valley. Balthazer Hetzler is one of the patriots on the list.
- Hetzler Family about 1896 (107 KB)
Standing are Ira and Iva, Edwin, Helen. Seated in the middle are Charles, Myrtle, Daniel Webster(father), Doris(baby), Mary(mother), Grace. Seated in front of mother are Alice and Sylvia.
- Stover Cemetery picture 2 (61 KB)
The Stover Cemetery is also named the Wolf's Chapel Cemetery. It is located in Haines Twp., Centre County, PA on Rt. 45. a little more than a mile East of Aaronsburg, PA on the right. Balthazer Hetzler is buried here but the stone is not found, May 6, 2006. He died Aug. 23, 1818 in Aaronsburg, PA. Two branches of his descendants are the Browns Run, Germantown, OH and the Maderia, Hamilton Co., OH.
- Peter and Anna Eidemiller (120 KB)
A postcard sent as notice of the First Family Reunion. Text:The First Family Reunion of the relatives of Peter & Anna Eidemiller will be held Thursday, July 25, 1912 at the Henry Eidemiller homestead near Ginghamsburg, Ohio, Stop 19, Dayton and Troy Electric Railroad. Yourself and family are invited to come, prepared to stay all day. Jno. F. Eidemiller, Martin E. Eidemiller, Ira Jackson, committee.
- Martin Eidemiller (176 KB)
His full name was Johann Martin Eidemiller. He served in the Ohio House of Representatives in the 67th and 68th Sessions.
- Hetzlers (76 KB)
Last row, Doris Hetzler, Sylvia Anspach. Second row, Alice Miller, Edwin Hetzler, Myrtle Gensler, Ira Hetzler. First row, Charles Hetzler, Iva Whitehead, Helen Settle, Grace Young. Children of Daniel Webster Hetzler and Mary Harris Hetzler.
- Paul and Helen Anspach (141 KB)
In Vandalia, Ohio when they were little children.
- A picture of Sylvia Anspach. (56 KB)
Sylvia Hetzler Anspach as a young girl, her age about 18.
- Anspach Family in California, 1940 (159 KB)
Starting Left- Paul holding Tom, Sylvia, Paul, Phyllis, Mary, Howard, Edna, Sarah and Bert.
Paul Anspach and Howard Anspach were both Lutheran ministers.
- Hetzler Family at the Home of John Hetzler. (140 KB)
Celebrating Anna Eliza Francis Hetzler's 90th Birthday, May 19th 1912 at Germantown, OH. Seated on porch, Aunt Maria Weidner (Grandmother's Sister), Grandmother Anna Eliza Hetzler, Rhoda Bear, Uncle William Francis-(Grandmothers Brother). Standing on porch-Iva Hetzler Whitehead, Edwin Young, Edwin Hetzler, Webster Hetzler.
- Anna and Peter Eidemiller (139 KB)
The Eidemillers lived in Tippecanoe City, Miami County, Ohio.
- Webster and Mary (49 KB)
Daniel Webster Hetzler and Mary Harris Hetzler.
- Riding a motorcycle in China. (418 KB)
Sylvia and Paul Anspach and their children, Carolyn and Parker. Year about 1925.
- Jundt/Yount Family (30 KB)
Descendants of Andre Jundt.
- Hetzler (59 KB)
Johan George Hetzler and his descendants- 6 generations.
- Waymire Family History (23 KB)
Genealogy of the Waymire Family.
- Manning (50 KB)
Descendants of William Manning.
- German Ancestry of the Peter Eidemiller. (97 KB)
The first ancestor of Peter Eidemiller in Germany found was Mathias Eidenmuller. This file contains his descendants for 10 generations. Betty Eickhoff and Scott Beal generously shared their files which was a great help.
- Francis (33 KB)
Four generations of the Francis Family.
- German Ancestry of Anna Weber. (32 KB)
Anna Weber was the wife of Peter Eidemiller. They immigrated together in 1832. You will notice in the file that they were distance cousins around the 4th generation back.
- Miamisburg, Ohio Anspach Family Tree (97 KB)
Family of George Anspach who came to Ohio in 1833 from the town of Rehrersburgh in Berks County, PA.
- Pugh Family (40 KB)
The ancestors of Hanna Pugh, the mother of Mary Catherine Harris Hetzler. Her history includes the Pugh, Stubbs and Maddock families.
- Eidemiller (32 KB)
Peter Eidemiller's descendants for three generations.
- Brehm Descendants (32 KB)
The Brehm/Breahm family came to Miami Township, Montgomery County, Ohio from Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania in 1837. The family genealogy of Henry Brehm's wife Mary Leis is on a familytree maker site by Suella J. Leis-Fenton. A link to her page is listed under Links below. It traces the Leis/Leiss family back to the 1600's in Germany.
- Harris Family (17 KB)
Genealogy of the ancestors of Mary Catherine Harris, who was married to Daniel Webster Hetzler.
- Engel/Ingle Family (21 KB)
Descendants of Johann Peter Engle. His son Michael Engle was the first resident of Miami County, Ohio to stay and make the area his home. He is considered the first resident in Miami County History books.
- Ream/Riem Genealogy (27 KB)
Marjorie Alice Miller(1921-1996) did the research for the Ream Family. She also shared with me her research on some of the Hetzler Family. I appreciated her help and suggestions when I started my search for ancestors.
- John Phillips of Franklin Twp., Warren County, OH. (6 KB)
This family emigrated to Ohio before 1800. They settled in Warren County, in the section called between the Miamis on a farm of 123 acres. Their first child was born in Delaware, one in Maryland, and several in Virginia before coming to Ohio.
- Anspach Family in Germany (3 KB)
This translation was done by Dr. Amy Kepple Strawser. It is part of the Book, "The Origin, Lineage and Influence of the Southwestern German Anspach Families". The author of the book is Hans Jung.
Jane E. Anspach
3041 Rightmire Blvd
Columbus, OH 43221
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