Hans Jacob HONEGGER – not really a brick wall

Door 10Few families know their history as well as the descendants of Hans Jacob HONEGGER (HONAKER), a Swiss-German immigrant who sailed to Philadelphia in 1749. Credit is given to:
– Nadine W. Larson who researched Honegger’s ancestors and wrote Hans Jacob Honaker – From Switzerland to America, 1987, 249 pgs.
– Frieda Patrick Davison who edited Honaker Family in America, Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore, MD, Copyright 1998 by The National Association of Hans Jacob Honaker Families
The National Association of Hans Jacob Honaker Families as they continue to make annual updates to the above book as well as publishing a quarterly newsletter.

My line is through Hans Jacob’s son Frederick Honaker who married Rachel Wiseman. They are buried in Rehoboth Church Cemetery, Union, Monroe County, West Virginia.

**I’m hoping someday FamilySearch.org will have the images of the Swiss records online so that I can see the documents that Nadine used to add 8 generations to the HONEGGER family tree back to the 1500s.

© 2013, copyright Cathy Meder-Dempsey. All rights reserved.

Author: Cathy Meder-Dempsey

When I’m not doing genealogy and blogging, I spend time riding my racing bike with my husband through the wonderful Luxembourg countryside.

3 thoughts on “Hans Jacob HONEGGER – not really a brick wall”

  1. Hans Jacob s my 5X great grandfather thru his son Martin, granddaughter Mary, great granddaughter Catherine, 2x great grandson Lewis, 3x great granddaughter Sidna, 4X great grandson Leonard. Catherine and her husband Jesse Ball came to Illinois and settled.

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