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LAUFFER - 50 Individuals Found

Name / Spouse Born/Died Father / Mother Notes
Adam Lauffer b.
d.
Father: Christian Lauffer THE PIONEER 
Mother:
Agatha Lauffer b.1679
d.
Father: Georg Lauffer  
Mother: Maria Schuler
Agathe Lauffer b.1654
d.1719
Father: Christian Lauffer  
Mother: Anna Schlenker
Agnes Lauffer b.1635
d.
Father:  
Mother:
Andreas Lauffer b.1659
d.1734
Father: Christian Lauffer  
Mother: Anna Schlenker
Anna Maria Lauffer b.1615
d.1675
Father: Hans Lauffer  
Mother: Anna Maria Kaempf
Anna Maria Lauffer b.1708 JUL 29 Germany
d.1803 APR 24 Maryland
Father: Georg Lauffer  
Mother: Maria Schuler
Bartol Lauffer
Spouse1: Anna Maria Drumm
b.
d.
Father: Christian Lauffer THE PIONEER 
Mother:
Bartol also had daughters, and a son Henry. The latter moved to Tuscarora, near Philadelphia. The source of our information is this: In the fall of 1824 John Lauffer, Jr., of Harrison City, the centenarian, and Frederick Steck, the father of Daniel Steck, a former sheriff of Westmoreland Co., went afoot to Philadelphia with a drove of 170 cattle that were purchased in the Manor Valley at from $10 to $12 per head. It took five weeks to make the trip. John Lauffer, Jr., on this trip visited Henry, the son of Bartol, and saw his sons and daughters. His descendants no doubt are extant somewhere, and it is sincerely hoped that their family records have been kept carefully, and may some day be annexed to ours. We do not know the year Bartol left Greensburg to go into Ohio, but the venerable John Lauffer tells us, he went with the great stream of migration of 1812. As proprietor of the saw mill and grist mill, and hotel property, besides his real estate dealings, Bartol lived a very busy and useful life in Greensburg. His son Peter was a steam boat pilot, and was blown up in an explosion on the Ohio River shortly after the War of 1812. Another son of Barthol was Judge in Canton Co., Ohio. Simon Lauffer, of Irwin, met Rev. P. A. Lauffer, of Meadville, and tells us he is a grandson of Bartol, and served for some years as President of Allegheny College. Dr. Cornelius C. Laffer, of Meadville, is of the Bartol Laffer family, and a son of P. A. Laffer. Philip A. Laffer was born Sept. 30, 1837, (died Dec. 4, 1884), married July 24, 1862 to Ellen Weir Callender by Rev. Samuel N. Callender. Address Meadville, Pa. Five children. (I) Norma Callender Laffer born Nov. 16, I863. Died Aug. 1, 1864. Interred at Meadville, Pa. (2) Philip Ernest Laffer From wills of Northampton Co., the will of Philip Drumm, yoeman, of Moore Twp., probated Nov, 22, 1788, we learn that his daughter, Mary Angle, was the wife of Bartol Lawfer. Also that Simon, husband of Susanna Laffer, was the son of this Philip Drumm. Father Drumm lies buried near the stump of a big chestnut tree along the fence to the right of Old Stone Church, three miles north of Seigfrieds, Pa.
Catherina Lauffer b.1778
d.1847
Father: Peter Lauffer  
Mother:
RootsWeb has a listing for a Catherina Lauffer who died in 1847. She is also listed as being married to Heiny Balthaser. But the settlement papers in the will of Michael Esh, Junior, in 1812 are filed in a claim in 1819 by a Balthasar Heiny on behalf of his LATE wife Catherine, since she was the widow of Michael Esch, Jr. There is little doubt in my mind that this Catherine is the same Catherina Lauffer mentioned in Michael Esh, Jrs will, and whoever made the listing on RootsWeb must have had the date of her death incorrect (BUT SEE UPDATE BELOW), as well as switching around her second husbands name. On April 28, 2004, I went to the cemetery of Christ UCC (Little Moore or Dieters Church Cemetery]. There I found the adjoining tombstones of a Catherina Heiny and Balthazar Heiny. I am still in the process of translating the German inscriptions on these grave markers. So far, I have the following: Catherina Heiny Born Lawfer July 26, 1778 Verheiran Esch im Year 1813 with Bal thazar Heiny Lebii in the Obe 29 years 10 months and 10 days zongium Hinden et al. died May 28th 1847 old 68 years 10 months 2 days.
Catherine Lauffer b.
d.
Father: Christian Lauffer THE PIONEER 
Mother:
Catharine, wife of Jacob Christman. She lived near Pleasant Unity, Westmoreland Co., all her life time. She left a large family, the record of which has not as yet been secured.
Christian Lauffer
Spouse1: Anna Schlenker
b.1618
d.1678
Father: Hans Lauffer  
Mother: Anna Maria Kaempf
Christian Lauffer b.1653 Schwenningen Am Neckar,Schwarzwaldkreis,Wuerttemberg
d.1675
Father: Christian Lauffer  
Mother: Anna Schlenker
Christian Lauffer b.1679
d.
Father: Georg Lauffer  
Mother: Maria Schuler
Christian Lauffer
"THE PIONEER"
b.1730
d.1800
Father: Johan Henrich Lauffer  
Mother:
Born in Laufen, Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany on 1730. Christian Lauffer passed away on 23 Oct 1804 in Frederick, Frederick, Maryland, United States. He is buried in the old Bash Cemetery, near Pleasant Unity, but no tombstone marks his grave.
Christian Christopher Lauffer b.1778
d.
Father: Bartol Lauffer  
Mother: Anna Maria Drumm
Christian Gottlieb Lauffer
Spouse1: Anna Barbara Barrho
b.1763 - 1823 Baden-Württemberg, Germany
d. Freiberg, Bavaria, Germany
Father:  
Mother:
Elizabeth Lauffer b.
d.
Father: Christian Lauffer THE PIONEER 
Mother:
Elizabeth, married to Frederick Rice. They resided near Pleasant Unity, Westmoreland Co., and later removed to Ohio. Grandmother Waugaman never saw this aunt; Elizabeth died many years before her husband.
Georg Lauffer
Spouse1: Anna Wirtner
Spouse2: Maria Schuler
b.1668 DEC 09 Villingen-Schwenningen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
d.1742 DEC 06 Villingen-Schwenningen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Father: Jakob Bueblin Lauffer  
Mother: Anna Rayserin Kaiser
Georg Lauffer b.1679
d.
Father: Georg Lauffer  
Mother: Maria Schuler
Hans Lauffer
Spouse1: Apollonia
b.1523 Villingen-Schwenningen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
d.1547 Villingen-Schwenningen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Father:  
Mother:
Hans Lauffer b.1560 Villingen-Schwenningen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
d.1611 Villingen-Schwenningen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Father: Jakob Lauffer  
Mother: Euphrosyne
Hans Lauffer
Spouse1: Anna Maria Kaempf
b.1584 Villingen-Schwenningen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
d.1658 JAN 02 Schwenningen (heute Villingen-Schwenningen/Schwarzwald-Baar-D), Villingen-Schwenningen, Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Father: Hans Lauffer  
Mother:
Hanss Lauffer b.1630
d.
Father: Hans Lauffer  
Mother: Anna Maria Kaempf
Henry Lauffer b.
d.
Father: Christian Lauffer THE PIONEER 
Mother:
There was a warm friendship between Henry Lauffer, Jr., and Simon Drumm, "they called each other cousin," "my father was always very fond of his Lauffer relatives." "Sams father and my father were very intimate," the General asserts. He thinks Col. Christopher Truby (elsewhere mentioned) was related to the Drumms and the Lauffers, for the daughter of Christopher Truby used to call his father "Cousin Simon." As to the source of our people he knows we are from the Palatine, a country beautiful beyond anything: when General Tourans was sent into it, its devastation was so complete that in delivering his report to the French monarch he could truthfully say: "Sire I have not left a stick standing as big as that finger."
Henry Lauffer b.1781
d.
Father: Bartol Lauffer  
Mother: Anna Maria Drumm
Henry Gottlieb Lauffer
"Runner"
Spouse1: Charity Charlotte Fortney
b.1738 1738 Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
d.1784 Jul 14 Frederick County, Maryland, USA
Father: Johannes Michael Lauffer RUNNER 
Mother: Anna Marie Elisabeth Wertz
Jakob Lauffer
Spouse1: Euphrosyne
b.1546 Villingen-Schwenningen, Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
d.
Father: Hans Lauffer  
Mother: Apollonia
Jakob Lauffer b.1679
d.
Father: Georg Lauffer  
Mother: Maria Schuler
Jakob Bueblin Lauffer
Spouse1: Anna Rayserin Kaiser
b.1622 Villingen-Schwenningen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
d.1674 SEP 25 Villingen-Schwenningen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Father: Hans Lauffer  
Mother:
Johan Henrich Lauffer b.1683 Weisenheim am Sand, Bad Durkheim, Rheinland-Pfalz, German
d.1730
Father: Joseph Lauffer  
Mother:
Johannes Lauffer b.1792
d.
Father: Bartol Lauffer  
Mother: Anna Maria Drumm
Johannes Michael Lauffer
"RUNNER"
Spouse1: Anna Marie Elisabeth Wertz
b.1705 Lauffen am Neckar, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
d.1793 Frederick, MD, United States
Father:  
Mother:
Place of Burial:Gods Acre Cemetery, Frederick, Maryland Came to America on the Ship Neptune with his son Michael Laufer. Ported in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on September 24, 1751. Noted in the ships log that he signed his name with an X. Name shown as J. Michael (X) Laufer. Source: Immigrants to Pennsylvania, Volume 1, 1727-1776 Husband of Maria Elisabeth Virtz. Michael Runner, buried October 24, 1804, born 1732. Father, Michael Runner, mother Anne Mary. Married 1756, Elisah. Wurtzen, has 5 sons and 6 daughters of whom 4 sons and two daughters live. Became sick with fever and died October 23, age 72 years Johannes Lauffer, imported in Ship Edinburgh, Capt. James Russell, from Rotterdam, last from Portsmouth, England. Qualified Sept. 14, 1753.
John Lauffer b.
d.
Father: Christian Lauffer THE PIONEER 
Mother:
John Lauffer b.1826 Freiberg, Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany
d.1882 May 25 Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky
Father: Christian Gottlieb Lauffer  
Mother: Anna Barbara Barrho
John Adam Lauffer b.1753
d.1814
Father: Bartol Lauffer  
Mother: Anna Maria Drumm
Joseph Lauffer b.1660 Weisenheim am Sand, Bad Durkheim, Rheinland-Pfalz, German
d.1713
Father:  
Mother:
Ludewig Lauffer
Spouse1: Catharina Elizabeth Schotten
b.
d.
Father:  
Mother:
Magdelenna Lauffer b.
d.
Father: Christian Lauffer THE PIONEER 
Mother:
Magdalenna, the youngest, married to John Bash. They lived along the Kiskiminetas River, on the tract of land that Adam Laffer purchased, then sold to his father, Christian. See Land Transfers, vol. 8, p, 526, office of Recorder of Deeds, Westmoreland County, Pa.
Margaretha Lauffer b.
d.
Father: Hans Lauffer  
Mother: Anna Maria Kaempf
Maria Elizabeth Lauffer
"changed name to Runner"
b.1769 Aug 16 Frederick, Maryland, United States
d.1844 Sep 03 Monongalia, Virginia, United States
Father:  
Mother:
Conrad Show Showe Schauss, b. 1764, Frederick, Frederick, Maryland, United States Find all individuals with events at this location, d. 1850, Blanchard, Hardin, Ohio, United States Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 86 years)
Mary Lauffer b.
d.
Father: Christian Lauffer THE PIONEER 
Mother:
Mary Laffer, married to Wentzell, of Millersdale, Westmoreland Co., Pa., where some of her grandchildren still reside.
Michael Lauffer b.1679
d.
Father: Georg Lauffer  
Mother: Maria Schuler
Peter Lauffer b.
d.
Father: Christian Lauffer THE PIONEER 
Mother:
Shoemaker
Peter Lauffer b.1784 Allen, Pennsylvania
d.1855
Father: Peter Lauffer  
Mother:
Peter Lauffer b.1797
d.1816 Marietta, Washington, Ohio, United States
Father: Bartol Lauffer  
Mother: Anna Maria Drumm
Phillip Lauffer b.1795
d.1871
Father: Bartol Lauffer  
Mother: Anna Maria Drumm
Rosona Lauffer
"Rose"
Spouse1: Nicholas Kilian Seng
Spouse2: Mary Miller
b.1824 Oct 23 Sundhausen, Thuringia, Germany
d.1896 Feb 04 Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky
Father:  
Mother:
Suzanna Lauffer b.
d.
Father: Christian Lauffer THE PIONEER 
Mother:
Susanna, whose husbands name was Simon Drumm, farmer, and proprietor of one of Greensburgs first hotels. She lived with her children after her husbands death especially with Simon, the Greensburg merchant. Gen. Richard Drumm, of Washington, D. C., retired army officer, now in his eighties, is a son of Simon Drumm, Jr., and grandson of Susanna Laffer. Grandmother Waugaman recalls a visit Simon Drumm and his son, Simon, made (about 1840) to her fathers, John Laffer, Sr.
Ursula Lauffer b.1656
d.1676
Father: Christian Lauffer  
Mother: Anna Schlenker
Werner Lauffer b.1590
d.1670
Father: Hans Lauffer  
Mother:


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