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The Fogle Home Page

Updated December 1, 2006

Paul and Pat Fogle
207B Wesley Dr
P O Box 128
Quincy, PA 17247
United States

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Paul says - I have been involved in genealogy for about twenty five years. Since retiring from my profession in education, I have spent much time in study, research, and travel in order to improve my family histories. My surnames are as follows: AGENBROAD, BARTH, BECKER, BICK, DILLER, ECKHMANN, EIGENBRODE, FISCHER, FOGLE, FROCK, GEASEY, GROSSNICKLE, GUNDERSON, HARP, HERTZOG, HORN, KNEBEL, KOONTZ, KROFF, MARKER, MATTHEWS, MELCHERS, MENTZER, MOSER, RAU, RITTER, RUTERSHAUSER, SCHORER, SCHRIER, SCHWEIKER, SINGER, SIPES, SIX, SEBASTION, STALEY, STRAND, STUDEBAKER, THEIS, TRUBIN, WELLER, WOLF. Obviously, for most of the above names there is more than one spelling. My two major surnames are FOGLE and EIGENBRODE. They emigrated from Germany in 1749 and 1748, respectively. FOGLE or VOGLER as it was written in the 1750's was from Hettenhausen, Rheinland Pfalz, and his wife, BARTH, was from Freinsheim, Rheinland Pfalz. EIGENBRODE was from Schwarzenau, Wittgenstien, Westfalen, and his father had originally lived in Freinsheim. SMALL WORLD!! EIGENBRODE'S wife, SCHORER is my biggest mystery at this date. I have no data on her parents or siblings. Both of these families migrated from the Philadelphia area by the 1750's to Frederick County, MD. Many of the succeeding generations remained in this county and I am still here. I take this opportunity to offer a word of advice to the reader - don't ignore the PRESENT generations. They are the ones that help expand your bank of data. I offer high praise and thanks to my wife, Pat, for her ability to input data, note errors of omission that I have made, and provide the technical service on this infernal machine called computer. Thanks to our daughter, Linda, for reminding us that we should provide personal autobiographies for her sons, Stuart and Spencer - which have now evolved into a much larger family history. Thanks to Stephen for providing our granddaughter, Jessica, who graduated from Wentworth Technical Institute learning how to train up her grandparents in the intracacies of computer science. And to Christine, who has given us Timothy and Molly - two great incentives for us to visit Germany several years ago. We hurry to add appreciation for our sons-in-law, Ben and Mike. Pat says - I have only been involved in genealogy for about twelve years, but I really enjoy doing the research, and I have done quite a lot of it. The best part has been meeting cousins I never knew I had. I have received a lot of help from persons who started researching long before I did, but I try to document anything I find, because I have found much incorrect information in family histories which have been published without much or any documentation, and much of it doesn't even make sense if you look at it closely. I'm a strong believer in documentation. The names I am researching are: DEAN/DEANE-descendants of James Thornton & Sarah Monger Dean; Rockingham, Greene, Orange , Augusta Cos., VASideline familes-BREEDEN, HENSLEY, LAM, SHIFFLETT. KöLLER/CULLER/CULLERS - MD, VA, MO, OH and all states west. Particularly descendants of Jacob & Elizabeth Müller Culler/Coller, who originated in Frederick Co, MD and migrated to Warren Co. OH about 1815. Too many sideline families to name. LYON-descendants of Joseph C. & Mary LaValette Dudley Lyon, Southwestern VA. MARTIN-descendants of Enoch & Dorcas Martin; Page, Rappahannock, Warren, Frederick Cos, VA. Sideline families-BROY,CAMERON,WOOD.BOOKS!!!!!!! I have compiled pastoral records of Christ Reformed Church, Middletown, Frederick Co., MD from 1830 to 1996, and the pastoral records for Zion Lutheran Church, Middletown, Frederick Co.MD 1781-1997. These books contain baptisms, marriages, and burials performed by the various pastors of these churches, chronologically ordered, and each section indexed. I have also read and recorded all tombstones in both cemeteries, along with Mt. Tabor Lutheran Cemetery, on Station Road between Mi

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