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HOMEPAGE OF NYLE MILLARD HERSHBERGER

Updated April 4, 2010

The material in ths home page is a combination of the families involved in the ancestral searches I have done. This would include the ancestors with the surnames of Hershberger, Frye, Morgart, Lehman, Roberts, and Willard and those families making up these families.

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  • Francis Cessna Morgart Family 1902 (59 KB)
    First Row (left to right) - Hulda Morgart, Sam Morgart, Minnie Hardinger Morgart (Sam's wife), Robert Morgart Second Row - Harry Mowry, Emma Morgart Mowry, Francis Cessna Morgart, Margaret Anna (Boor) Morgart, Ella Morgart, Saddie Morgart (Robert's wife) Third Row - Martha "Mat" Morgart, Ida Morgart McMullen, Alice Hershberger, Anna Morgart Hershberger, Mandella Morgart (Bill's wife), William Morgart, James Morgart Back Row - George "Bert" Morgart, William McMullen, George Koontz Hershberger, Alfred Hershberger, Clark Morgart. The two heads showing in the bottom of the picture are possibly Anna McMullen and Martha McMullen
  • Hershberger, Yoder, and Leventry Reunion 1950 (95 KB)
    Kathryn Hershberger kneeling: Seated - Rhea Leventry, Hulda Morgart holding Gail Barefoot, Alice Yoder, Alfred Hershberger, Evelyn (Fry) Hershberger; First Row Standing - Fern (Yoder) Hostetler, Loretta "Toppy" Yoder, Alma (Leventry) Barefoot, Anna Kathryn (Leventry) Reininger, Julia (Leventry) Reininger, Nancy (Studebaker) Hershberger, Ruth Yoder; Second row - Mervin Hostetler, Nyle Hershberger, Fred Barefoot, Bill Reininger, Glenn "Jiggs" Reininger, Donald Hershberger, Audrey (Barker) Hershberger, George Edward Hershberger; In Back - Glenn Hershberger
  • Morgart House (64 KB)
    Morgart House located just off Route 30 just east of Everett, PA Built in 1796
  • Morgart Tavern (71 KB)
    Morgart Tavern located just off Route 30 just east of Everett, PA. The Morgart Tavern was built in 1791
 
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