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Re: Eisenberger Lancaster County, Penna.
Posted by: andy james (ID *****0155) Date: September 07, 2005 at 16:46:32
In Reply to: Re: Eisenberger Lancaster County, Penna. by Sharon Swope of 81

What i have for your Samuel is his birth record
he was born either on the 1st or the 12th of November 1812, (my notes are hard to read)
the midwife was Susanna Muller, the parents were not listed, however i had belived that he was a son of Samuel & Elizabeth Lyons Eisenberger.
Samuel was born in 1782/83, it seems a son of Henry Eisenberger of
Lampeter Twp, Lancaster Cnty, Pa, & Elizabeth was born in 1789.

One source stated that they had 12 Children
*Henry Isenberger b -?
*Samuel Isenberger b-1812
Abraham Isenberger b - 1816 & married Anna she was b - 1820
Cristian Isenberger b - 1820
Mary or Maria Isenberger married Jacob Burgess on 12 Aug 1847
Henry Isenberger b- 3 Oct 1824 & married Rosana Walton on 18 Nov 1852, he
died 5 Jan, 1870 (this is my line)
Jacob Isenberger b- 1826 & married Catharine Zarracher on 2 Dec, 1855
* Martin Isenberger married Matty Stettler and lived in Manor Twp,
Lancaster Cnty, Pa
*John Eisenberger married Elizabeth Jane Trimble on 8 Oct, 1857

* = Unprovin but the most probable conection
This shows 5 proven children of Saml & Elizabeth and 4 who are most likely also connected to this family, we are still looking for at least 3 more children.

If you can help in any way with files for Samuel (1812) to present, i'd be really thankful, and feel free to contact me with any questions thanks,

Andrew


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