Home Page Site Map Sources Connections

Welcome! This website was created on Jun 18 2021 and last updated on Nov 23 2022. The family trees on this site contain 3709 relatives and 970 photos. If you have any questions or comments you may send a message to the Administrator of this site.
Security
Family Members
Sign In
-or-
Request Invitation
About Bender family
This is a copy of my original tree, excluding living people. If you would like more information, feel free to find me at www.genealogyhome.com

Thanks!

Daniel Bender, the first ancestor in this genealogy, lived at Langendorf in Germany. Very little is known of his father’s family. The naturalization papers of his son Wilhelm, whose record appears under No. 563 in this book, father of the writer, states that “he arrived in the United States of America from Hessedarmstadt, the place of his nativity.”

~~Woah! There's at least two different printings, with different details about Daniel Bender as shown:
(Google books version) 1 Daniel Bender, Langendorf, Germany, was b. in Germany and d. about 1842, buried in Germany, m. in Germany to Magdalena Schlappach who died in Germany. Children: Christina, 2; Daniel, 156; Barbara, 287. He m. (2) in Germany to Elizabeth Bauman who came to America in about 1842 with four of the younger children, Christian being among them. She died in 1862 at the age of 74. Children: Wilhelm, 563; Joseph, 901; Christian, 948; Johannas, 1129; Jacob, 1154; Michael, 1205. Amish.
(archive.org version) 1 Daniel Bender, Langendorf, Germany, was b. in Germany and d. Jan. 16, 1830, at the age of 77 years, buried in Germany, m. in Germany to Magdalena Schlappach who died in Germany. Children: Christina, 2; Daniel, 156; Barbara, 287. He m. (2) in Germany to Elizabeth Bauman who came to America in about 1842 with four of the younger children, Christian being among them. She died in 1862 at the age of 74. Children: Wilhelm, 563; Joseph, 901; Christian, 948; Johannas, 1129; Jacob, 1154; Michael, 1205. Amish.
LOADING! Please wait ...

LOADING! Please wait ...
SiteMap|Visitors: 27|TribalPages Forum