Family history - Indexed bibliographical references
- 1 Family references
- 1.1 Gongwer family references
- 1.2 Shaum family references
- 2 Notes
Gongwer family references
- A collection of upwards of thirty thousand names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and other immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776 : with a statement of the names of ships, whence they sailed, and the date of their arrival at Philadelphia, chronologically arranged, together with the necessary historical and other notes, also, an appendix containing lists of more than one thousand German and French names in New York prior to 1712. Rupp, Daniel. 1927 rev. 495 pages.
Northampton and Lehigh Counties, Pennsylvania
- A history of Lehigh County. Hauser, James Joseph (b. 1854). Emaus, Pa., The Times pub. co. 1901. 93 pages.
- Gangewere, Andrew: p.68 (Civil War), p.80 (Civil War)
- Gangewere, John D.: p.73 (Civil War)
- Gangewere, Henry: p.76 (Civil War)
- Gangewere, A.: p.48 (County Recorder of Deeds)
- Gangewere, Abraham: p. 49 (County Treasurer)
- Gangwere, George: p. 53 (Revolutionary War)
- Gangwere, Thomas: p.55 (War of 1812)
- Gangwere, Jacob: p.57 (War of 1812)
- Gangwere, William: p. 60 (War of 1812)
- History of the Counties of Lehigh and Carbon in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Alfred Mathews & Austin N. Hungerford. Publisher: Philadelphia: Everts & Richards. 1884, 802 pages.
- Gongwer, Jacob: p.426 (Upper Saucon land ownership, 1750s?), p 427 (a founder of Saucon Township)
- Gangaware, Jacob: p. 426, 427 (Name changed from Gongwer to Gangaware)
- Page n613 - . Henry Gangeware. Abraham Geissinger. Daniel Geissinger. Jacob
- Page n772 - Thomas Gangeware. Solomon Greisman. John Gromer. Peter
- Page n773 - . Charles Gangeware. John Laudenslager. John Hhoad. John
- Page n273 - Deborah Gangewere, of Allentown, and had one child,
- Page n672 - and Abraham Gangewere viewers as prayed for. The jury
- Page n674 - of Thomas Gangewere, who settled in Indiana Clarissa,
- Page n684 - : George Gangewere, Joseph Levan, Henry Good, Peter
- Page n896 - . Jesse Gangewere, Corp., enl. Aug.
- Page n897 - . William Gangewere, enl. Feb. , .
- Page n579 - . George Gangwair. Felix Good. John Gerhard. Andrew
- Page n40 - James. Gangwehr, Jacob. Smith, Cliristopher. Holman,
- Page n29 - Thomas. Gangwer, George. Shannon, John. Grimes,
- Page n776 - of George Gangwer and John Troxel, by the members
- Page n11 - Willoughby Gangwere family Gausler, William H
- Page n38 - John. Gangwere, Abraham, Meyer, Daniel. Newhart,
- Page n39 - . Abraham Gangwere is now in the service of the
- Page n66 - Abraham Gangwere.. quot , Michael D.
- Page n67 - Solomon Gangwere quot Peter Marx quot
- Page n133 - PENNSYLVANIA. Gangwere, quot William, must. Aug.
- Page n142 - . Andrew Gangwere, Henry B.GoccI, missing in action
- Page n148 - D. Gangwere. Nathan Gaumer. Amos Giess. Amandes
- Page n151 - , Henry Gangwere, Henry A, apos Evans,
- Page n153 - . Frederick Gangwere. Jacob J. Goeble. Otto Geler.
- Page n154 - M. Gangwere. John J. Gorr. James Gallagher.
- Page n175 - Matthew Gangwere, wheel- Aviight Barthol Huber, tanner.
- Page n177 - . Isaac Gangwere. John Wilson. Jacob Newhard. Abraham
- Page n178 - Like the Gangweres, he left no descendants here to perpetuate
- Page n181 - and Ephraim Gangwere. A part of the household furniture was
- Page n182 - tOO Ephraim Gangwere, household furniture Charles Eckert, stable
- Page n183 - , Solomon Gangwere, Benjamin Ludwig, Thomas Ginkinger Town
- Page n184 - , James Gangwere, Solomon Gross, William Fry, Reuben
- Page n188 - Andrew Gangwere Corporation of borough of Northampton,
- Page n192 - amp Gangwere, on South Seventh Street and William
- Page n198 - by Abraham Gangwere before the village was organized as a
- Page n199 - , Abraham Gangwere ( ), Henry Lieb,
- Page n218 - of Daniel Gangwere, of Hanover township. Their surviving children
- Page n315 - , Jacob Gangwere, and Jacob Deily. The success of
- Page n326 - , Daniel Gangwere, Thomas Wickert, W. amp
- Page n433 - W. Gangwere. Michael Ritter opened a store about
- Page n582 - (Mrs. Gangwere) resides in Whitehall township. .
- Page n623 - daughter of Gangwere, and settled upon the tract so well
- Page n736 - as George Gangwere and the Frantzes, whose fame has
- Page n769 - from George Gangwere. Peter Kern, whose sketch comes later,
- Page n866 - Andrew Gangwere. Abraham Klotz. John Horn, John
- Page n1049 - . Solomon Gangwere, saw-mill. George Lehman, three
- Page n1051 - Serfass and Gangwere. Joseph Serfass owned six hundred acres along
- Page n1067 - . Samuel Gangwere. William Grofiley. Daniel Gebhard (single)
- Page n1079 - . Samuel Gangwere was mentioned in . Peter Rumble
- Page n1080 - , Edward Gangwere, Jonas Hartz, William Hartz, Philip
- Page n1081 - , Samuel Gangwere. .— E.
- Page n1122 - Samuel Gangwere, D. S. Wagner. Justices
- History of Northampton County (Pennsylvania) and the Grand Valley of the Lehigh (Vol 1). Heller, William J. (William Jacob), 1857-1920, ed. American Historical Society: Boston, New York, etc.. 1920. 429 pages.
- Reference words found: Gangwer, Gangwere, Gangewere, Gongwer
- Page 151 - Abraham Gangaware. st Lieut. —
- Page 297 - in Gangeware and Marslick were the publishers. The
- Page n330 - , the Gangewere Mines being the most extensive, which
- Page 150 - J. Gangwer, F. Stoll, J. HolT-
- Page 151 - T. Gangwere, D. Valentine, H. Ocher,
- Page 175 - J. Gangwere, James G. Fargo, John Green,
- Page 178 - I. Gangwer, Samuel I. Heintzelman, Frank A.
- Page 223 - J. Gangwere, F. S. Gingingcr*,
- Page 150 - D. Gongwer, J. Laskerg, L. Pigenback,
- History of Northampton County (Pennsylvania) and the Grand Valley of the Lehigh (Vol 2). Heller, William J. (William Jacob), 1857-1920, ed. American Historical Society: Boston, New York, etc.. 1920. 296 pages.
- Page 125 - and Hannah Gangewere, who were then residing in Catasauqua,
- Page 171 - S. Gangewere worked on a farm until he was
- Page 172 - G. Gangewere were the parents of seven children,
- History of Northampton County (Pennsylvania) and the Grand Valley of the Lehigh (Vol 3). Heller, William J. (William Jacob), 1857-1920, ed. American Historical Society: Boston, New York, etc.. 1920. 655 pages.
- Page 547 - and Catherine (Gangawere) Groman, was born at the homestead
- Page 548 - and Elizabeth (Gangawere) Groman, was born at the homestead
- Page 626 - his construction gang. In that capacity Mr. Hess built
- Page 647 - , Gangewere. Charles, Clifford J.,
- History of the One hundred and fifty-third regiment Pennsylvania volunteers infantry which was recruited in Northampton County, Pa., 1862-1863. Kiefer, William R; Mack, Newton Heston, joint author. Easton, Chemical Pub. Co. 1909. 352 pages.
- Reference words found: Gangwere
- Page 147 - Jacob Gangwere, Battery C, th U. S.
- Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of the Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania (1905) 1370 pages. Jordan, John W. Jordan
- Reference words found: Gangewere
Historic archived texts
- Proprietary, supply, and state tax lists of the counties of Northampton and Northumberland for the years 1772 to 1787. Northampton County (Pa.); Northumberland County (Pa.); Egle, William Henry, 1830-1901, ed. Publisher: W.S. Ray, State Printer of Pennsylvania: Harrisburg. 1898. 804 pages.
- Reference words found: Gangewere, Gangwair, Gangewar
- Page n64 - . Gangewere, Mathias, wagner .
- Page n66 - Andrew Gangewere, . Peter Myer
- Page n69 - . Gangewere, Stophael, lab apos r ,
- Page n72 - . Gangewere, Michael, fa apos r .
- Page n159 - , Adam Gangewere, George Heilman, Jacob Horner, Jacob,
- Page n218 - . Gangwer's land Beidlcman, Valentine Derr, Charles.
- Page n139 - , Valentine Gangwair, Jacob, . . .
- Page n245 - . Gangwair, Andrew, taylor Graft. George,
- Page n288 - . Gangewar, George. .
- Page n328 - . Gangwair. Jacob . .
- Page n331 - , Henry Gangwair, Phillip Buchecker Jacob Lutz John Keeaer Andrew
- Page n341 - Inholder, Gangewair, Jacob Geable, Frederick, baker,
- Page n343 - , Gangwair. George Glick, George, Good,
The Crown Inn, near Bethlehem. Penna. 1745 : a history, touching the events that occurred at that noble hostelry, during the reigns of the second and third Georges, and rehearsing the transmission of "the Simpson tract" in the lower Saucon Township, Bucks county, in unbroken chain of title, from William Penn ... to Margaret and William Lowther ... and last, to Jasper Payne ... for the sole use and behoof of his Moravian brethren between 1681 and 1746. Reichel, William Cornelius, 1824-1876. King & Baird, Printers: Philadelphia. 1872. 162 pages.
Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania
- History of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, Volume 1. Boucher, John Newton and Jordan, John Woolf. Lewis Publishing Co. 1906. 649 pages.
- Page 304 - , the Gongawares, the Millers, the Harrolds, the
- Page 610 - Lauffers, Gongawares, Waugamans, Blackburns, Millers, Walthours,
- Page 502 - Longs, Gongweres, Detars, Millers, Snyders, Turneys,
- History of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, Volume 2. Boucher, John Newton and Jordan, John Woolf. Lewis Publishing Co. 1906. 649 pages.
- Page n11 - Frederick Gongaware, Lewis W. ^ Good,
- Page 420 - (Neighly) Gongaware. of near Adamsburg. an old pioneer
- Page 524 - , IMichael Gongaware, whose birtli occurred in Northampton county.
- Page 525 - Mr. Gongaware married for his second wife Emma J.
- Page 534 - married Mary Gongaware, and resides in Irwin,
- Page 550 - married Sarah Gongaware. Henry Kifer (grandfather) died at
- Page 579 - (Miller) Gongaware, and they have three children: i.
- History of the County of Westmoreland, Pennsylvania. Albert, George Dallas, (from old catalog) ed. Publisher: Philadelphia, L. H. Everts & co. 1882. 727 pages.]
- Page 247 - , the Gangawares, the Harrolds, the Altmans,
- Page 517 - , Hezekiah Gongware. Its officers for are: Regent,
- Page 552 - later the Gongawares and Kunkles. The Marchand family first
- Page 721 - Beswicks, Gongaures, Mulls, Waugamans, Blackburns, Millers,
- Biographical and historical Cyclopedia of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. Gresham, John M. cn; Wiley, Samuel T. cn. Publisher: Dunlap & Clarke: Philadelphia. 1890. 744 pages.
- Page n524 - (German spelling Gangwehr), daughter of Jonas and Cristina Gongaware.
- Page n526 - Philip Gongaware (Gangwehr), grandfather of Mrs. Croushore, was
- Page n24 - William G Gongaware, P. J Hume^, James
- Page n76 - and Margaret (Gongaware) Armbrust, and was born
- Page n334 - and Susan (Gongaware) Weaver. Nicholas Weaver was a sturdy,
- Page n430 - the old Gongaware grist mill on Broadway, and with
- Page n524 - and Cristina Gongaware. Mrs. Croushore was born in North
- Page n526 - Croushore and Gongaware families are of the oldest, most
- Page n742 - of Joseph Gongaware, of Wooster, Ohio Lavina,
- Page n776 - from Jacob Gongaware his present farm of quot J
- Page n780 - nuirried Alice Gongaware, and lives in Barker county, Kansas
- Page 651 - of Jonas Gongaware, of Harrison City Albert
- Page n1232 - .Margaret Gongaware, a daughter of Jonas (Gongaware,
- Page n1258 - J. Gongaware is an active member of St.
- History of old Zion Evangelical Lutheran church in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. Near Harrold's. Zundel, William Arter, 1878-1949.Wartburg Press: Waverly, Iowa. 1922. 266 pages.
- Page n61 - of Joseph Gangaware, who attended the Herold Church, deserves
- Page n264 - Lewis Gangaware Simon Miller Sophia Miller
- Page n268 - Maria Gangaware Catherina Hockenhill No.
- Page n256 - Michael Gangwehr Philip Fuchs
- Page n257 - Elizabeth Gangwehr Anna Maria Altmann Magdalena Steinmetz
- Page n269 - Joseph Gangware Philip Mueller John
- Page n251 - Michael Gangwer Jacob Ruch Dewalt Mechling
- Page n253 - Michael Gangwer Peter Stroh and wife Margaretta
- Page n254 - Hannah Gangwer Valentine Steiner and wife
- Page n259 - Elizabeth Gangwer V Daniel Bachman Susannah Lang
- Page n262 - Joseph Gangwer Lydia, his wife Elizabeth
- Page n273 - Louis Gangwer Joseph Herold Jacob
- Page n276 - Michael Gangwer Karl Scheibeler witnesses.
- Page n277 - Schatz Michael Gangwer John Bachman Christoph Schneider
- Page n278 - Steiner Michael Gangwer Frederick Henrich Christian Michael
- Page n279 - Thomas Michael Gangwer Frederick Henrich February
- Page n98 - Bauchmans, Gongawares, Fritchmans, Buzzards, Kifers, etc.
- Page n255 - Joseph Gongaware Barbara, his wife Conrad
- Page n256 - Magdalena Gongaware Communion List April ,
- Page n264 - Elizabeth Gongawere Mary Painter Jacob Errett
- [Old and new Westmoreland. Boucher, John Newton; Hedley, Fenwick Y., ed. Publisher: The American Historical Society- New York. 1918. 581 pages.
Gongaware (same reference spelled Gongoware in paragraphs in same page)
- Page n101 - the Hezekiah Gongaware farm. Then the line is
- Page n152 - to Jonas Gongoware, it being higher than the ground farther
- Page n153 - is the Gongaware hill or "heights"
- Page n154 - on the Gongoware farm called "the heights"
Population schedules of the seventh census of the United States, 1850, Pennsylvania. Reel 0837 - 1850 Pennsylvania Federal Population Census Schedules - Westmoreland County (part). United States. Bureau of the Census; United States. National Archives and Records Service. Microform, 1964.
Gongaware, Joseph - Occupation: mason. Age: 42 yrs old.