Barbli Stauffer

F, b. December 1657
     Barbli Stauffer was born in December 1657 at Bern, Switzerland. She was the daughter of Daniel Stauffer and Barbara Galli. Barbli Stauffer was christened on 13 December 1657 at Bern, Switzerland.

Barbli Stauffer

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     Barbli Stauffer married Peter Neuenschwander, son of Michael Neuenschwander and Anna Stauffer, circa 1670 at Canton Bern, Switzerland.1

Children of Barbli Stauffer and Peter Neuenschwander

Citations

  1. [S210] Daniel W. Bly, From the Rhine to the Shenandoah, Vol. III, p.153.

Benedict Stauffer

M, b. circa 1556
     Benedict Stauffer married Barbara Lehman. Benedict Stauffer was born circa 1556 at Rothenbach, Bern, Switzerland. He was the son of Hans Stauffer.

Benedict Stauffer

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     Benedict Stauffer was the son of Benedict Stauffer and Barbara Lehman.

Benedict Stauffer

M, b. November 1596
     Benedict Stauffer was born in November 1596 at Bern, Switzerland. He was the son of Wolfgang Stauffer and Elsi Burger. Benedict Stauffer was christened on 20 November 1596 at Rothenbach, Bern, Switzerland.

C. Dorsey Stauffer

M, d. November 1884
     C. Dorsey Stauffer married Annie Miller, daughter of Harrison Miller and Sarah Schaeffer, in October 1868.1 C. Dorsey Stauffer died in November 1884.1

Child of C. Dorsey Stauffer and Annie Miller

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 481.

Catharine Stauffer

F, b. circa 1792
     Note: This could be the same Catharine Stauffer as the daughter of Jacob Stauffer (b. ca. 1765). Catharine Stauffer was born circa 1792. She married Elder Jacob Harley, son of Abraham Harley and Christianna Giese, circa 1811.

Children of Catharine Stauffer and Elder Jacob Harley

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 212.

Catharine Stauffer

F, b. circa 1766
     Catharine Stauffer was born circa 1766. She was the daughter of Johann Ulrich Stauffer and Johanna Harley.

Catherina Stauffer

F
     Catherina Stauffer was the daughter of Hans Stauffer and Catherina Liechti.

Catherina Stauffer

F
     Catherina Stauffer was the daughter of Johannes Stauffer and Catherine Schenk.

Catherina Stauffer

F
     Catherina Stauffer was the daughter of Hans (Johannes) Stauffer and Madlena Neuenschwander.

Catherine Stauffer

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     Catherine Stauffer was the daughter of Jacob Stauffer.
Note: This could be the same Catharine Stauffer who married Jacob Harley about 1811.

Catherine Stauffer

F, b. circa 1764, d. 24 January 1793
     Catherine Stauffer was born circa 1764 at Warwick Twp., Lancaster Co., PA. She was the daughter of John Stauffer and Catherine Barbara Amweg. Catherine Stauffer married Daniel Wilhelm Hollinger on 29 April 1788 at Lancaster, Lancaster Co., PA. Catherine Stauffer died on 24 January 1793.

Catherine Stauffer

F, b. 1802
     Catherine Stauffer was born in 1802. She was the daughter of Jacob Stauffer and Anna Nissly.

Catherine Elizabeth Stauffer

F, b. 5 February 1792
     Catherine Elizabeth Stauffer was born on 5 February 1792 at Londonderry Twp., Lebanon Co., PA. She was the daughter of Henry Stauffer and Barbara Snyder.

Christian Stauffer

M, b. circa 1579
     Christian Stauffer died at Ibersheim bei Alzey, (now Rhein-Pfalz), Germany.
Note: STAUFFER GENEALOGY, 929.273 St 29se, LDS GENEALOGY LIBRARY

(DAVIS, pp.23 & 357, Vol I) Christian, a fugitive Anabaptist preacher, may have been part of a great "Taufer hunt" along with Uli Zaugg and Uli Neuhaus in 1644. They were all captured and placed in jail in Thun, where the authorities there were warned to keep these obstinate preachers out of the Emmenthal Valley. Christian Stauffer lived at Luchsmatt farm in his early married life and then probably at Glashutte, both in Eggiwil and located west of the Eggiwil village proper on the road to Röthenbach. He was exiled with his second wife from Glashutte farm in Eggiwil in the fall of 1671. He was living in Dirmstein, Germany, in December of 1671 and by January 1, 1672 in Ibersheim, Germany, where he probably died. His children were christened at Röthenbach, but were probably all born at Luchsmatt farm in Eggiwil which lies near the border of Eggiwil and Röthenbach parishes. The Emmenthal Valley was a hotbed of Anabaptist activity and their numbers were growing, which greatly alarmed the authorities in Bern. By 1671, Eggiwil had a large group of Anabaptists, numbering about 40 adults, which when you add in their children probably totaled over 100 people. On May 3, 1671, the magistrate of Signau received orders from Bern to seize the Anabaptists of Eggiwil and bring them to the prison in Bern, where they would then be led out of Switzerland. The village community of Eggiwil refused to permit this, probably because so many of them had relatives who were Anabaptists and also because many themselves had leanings toward the Mennonite faith. Shortly thereafter twelve of the wealthiest residents of Eggiwil were sent to the city of Bern as hostages until the Anabaptists agreed to be delivered to the Bern prison or to leave the land. They agreed to the latter. On October 16, 1671, the Reformed pastor of Eggiwil was able to report that the Anabaptists had left of their own accord. They were not allowed to take much and probably had some of their possessions and lands confiscated as an emigration tax, as well as having their citizenship taken away. They would become refugees without a county. According to Valentine Hutwohl, a Mennonite Minister in the Pfälz (Palatinate), on December 14, 1671, 450 Anabaptists from Bern had recently arrived in the Palatinate. "These are scattered among the fellow believers throughout the region over a twelve-mile territory. Among these you will find those who need canes, being 70, 80, and 90 years old. On the whole they need clothing sorely; they didn't take more along than what they had on their backs. With little bedding, we don't know how to keep them warm. Some amongst us have seven, eight or nine living with them. When you speak of their property, they sigh, wishing that they had their houses and farm land here as before. There are men who left their wives and children, and women, older as well as younger, who have left husbands and children; others who brought along some, leaving the rest with the husbands, also expectant mothers; also children who left father, mother, brothers and sisters behind". Included in the Hutwohl letter was a list of the Swiss refugees. Many were members of Christian Stauffer's family. All lived together, having 21 children. They had left large possessions in Switzerland. They had a large debt with a merchant. They brought along 100 Reichsthalers and were given 250 to pay the debt. They were living at Dirmstein at the time (December 1671).

On the christening record of daughter Madlena at Röthenbach, it states that Christian Stauffer was the son of Claus of Luchsmatten. He was born circa 1579 at Luchsmatt Farm, Eggiwil, Canton Bern, Switzerland. He was the son of Nicklaus Stauffer and Cathrina Lehman. Christian Stauffer married Adelheid Opplinger, daughter of Peter Opplinger and Adelheid Blonier, on 18 June 1610 at Rothenbach, Bern, Switzerland. Christian Stauffer married Madlena Fredrich, daughter of Hans Fredrich and Barbara Brenneman, circa 1675.

Children of Christian Stauffer and Adelheid Opplinger

Christian Stauffer

M, b. March 1614/15
     Christian Stauffer married Margaret Anthoni. Christian Stauffer was born in March 1614/15 at Rothenbach, Bern, Switzerland. He was the son of Christian Stauffer and Adelheid Opplinger. Christian Stauffer was christened on 19 March 1614/15 at Rothenbach, Bern, Switzerland.

Child of Christian Stauffer and Margaret Anthoni

Christian Stauffer

M, b. circa 1680, d. 26 February 1734/35
     Christian Stauffer was born circa 1680 at Dumstein, Germany. He was the son of Ulrich Stauffer. Christian Stauffer died on 26 February 1734/35 at Salford Twp., Montgomery Co., PA.

Children of Christian Stauffer

Christian Stauffer

M
     Christian Stauffer was the son of Jacob Stauffer and Margaret Martin.

Christian Stauffer

M
     Christian Stauffer was the son of Ulrich Stauffer and Barbara Rytz.

Christian Stauffer

M, b. circa 1587
     Christian Stauffer was born circa 1587 at Bern, Switzerland. He was the son of Wolfgang Stauffer and Elsi Burger.

Christian Stauffer

M, b. 6 December 1736, d. 13 April 1808
     Occupation: Miller.
Note: (from PA FAMILIES, p.16) "According to Egle's Notes and Queries, 4th Series, I, p. 305, Christian built a mill on Hammer Creek and 'being of an inventive turn of mind, introduced many valuable improvements in milling, notably the Stauffer hopper-boy, first used in 1774, which invention in 1812 occasioned a tedious law suit between his heirs and the famous Oliver Evans, who, at that time reunited (re-invented?) the hopper-boy, and in attemting to collect fees upon it ran afoul of the original one. The verdict was rendered in favor of the Stauffers.' This story has not been verified by the present writer." Christian was a Private in the Revolutionary Army. Christian Stauffer was born on 6 December 1736 at Warwick Twp., Lancaster Co., PA. He was the son of Jacob Stauffer and Magdalena Hess. Christian Stauffer married Anna Eby on 16 November 1764 at Lancaster Co., PA. Christian Stauffer died on 13 April 1808 at Hammer Creek, Warwick Twp., Lancaster Co., PA, at age 71.

Child of Christian Stauffer and Anna Eby

Christian Stauffer

M, b. circa 1745
     Christian Stauffer was born circa 1745 at Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., PA. He was the son of Martin Stauffer and Elizabeth (?) Christian Stauffer married Elizabeth Mennard.

Children of Christian Stauffer and Elizabeth Mennard

Christian Stauffer

M, b. circa 1768
     Christian Stauffer was born circa 1768. He was the son of Christian Stauffer and Elizabeth Mennard.

Christian Stauffer

M
     Christian Stauffer was the son of Bishop John Stauffer and Elizabeth (?)

Christian Stauffer

M, b. March 1662/63, d. 1735
     Christian Stauffer was born in March 1662/63 at Luchsmatt, Eggiwil, Canton Bern, Switzerland. He was the son of Daniel Stauffer and Barbara Galli. Christian Stauffer was christened on 29 March 1663 at Eggiwil, Canton Bern, Switzerland. He married Madlena Brubacher.
Note: (DAVIS) Christian lived at Ibersheim in 1696. His children and grandchildren lived at Ibersheim, Muckenhauserhof, Eppstein, and Bolandenhof in Germany and later settled in Lancaster, Lebanon, and Bucks Counties in Pennsylvania and also Virginia. Christian Stauffer died in 1735 at Ibersheim bei Alzey, (now Rhein-Pfalz), Germany.

Children of Christian Stauffer and Madlena Brubacher

Christian Stauffer

M, b. circa 1695, d. 1745
     Christian Stauffer was born circa 1695 at Ibersheim bei Alzey, (now Rhein-Pfalz), Germany. He was the son of Christian Stauffer and Madlena Brubacher. Christian Stauffer died in 1745 at Bohlanderhof, Palatinate.

Christian Stauffer

M, b. 1709, d. 1747
     Christian Stauffer was born in 1709 at Palatinate. He was the son of Daniel Stauffer and Magdalena Krehbiel. Christian Stauffer married Barbara Kaufman, daughter of Isaac Kaufman and Anna Streit, at Pennsylvania. Christian Stauffer died in 1747 at Lancaster Co., PA.

Christian Stauffer

M
     Christian Stauffer was the son of Johann Jacob Stauffer.

Christian Stauffer

M, b. 31 July 1744, d. February 1795
     Christian Stauffer was born on 31 July 1744 at Warwick Twp., Lancaster Co., PA. He was the son of Johannes Stauffer and Catherine Schenk. Christian Stauffer married Veronica Hochsteder, daughter of John Hostetter and Anna Barbara Stauffer, on 2 March 1766 at Lancaster Co., PA. Christian Stauffer died in February 1795 at Anneville, Lebanon Co., PA, at age 50.

Child of Christian Stauffer and Veronica Hochsteder