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Family Websites with Tazewell County Connections

  • Amish Mennonites in Tazewell County, Illinois (including Woodford County) Revised & updated August 2017. Genealogy and history of ninety families that came to Tazewell and Woodford Counties between 1830-1856, compiled by Joseph Peter Staker.  Jantzi is last surname added.

Part One of Three: Historical Background. Eleven Families: Ropp, Staker, King, Belsley, Schertz, Engel, Vercler, Roggy, Oyer, Mosiman, and Salzman. 415 footnotes, 259 pages, 2.72 MB.

Part Two of Three: Thirty-five families: Schrock, Gingerich, Farny, Schweizer, Camp, Ruvenacht, Abersoll, Leman, Bachman/Baughman, Gerber/Garber, Beckler/Becher, Nafziger, Beck, Donner, Kistler, Kennel, Unzicker, Roth, Zimmerman, Miller, Reeser/Risser, Maurer, Litwiller, Sommer, Rich, Ulrich, Brenneman, Eigsti, Birky/Birkey, Sutter, Heiser, Augsburger, Stalter, Steinman, and Hauter. 474 footnotes, 361 pages, 3.49 MB.

Part Three of Three: Forty-four families: Zehr, Yordy, Esch/Oesch, Ehresman, Hochstetter, Schwarzentraub, Smith, Petersmith, Good, Plank, Goldsmith, Rediger, Kinsinger, Ringenberger, Springer, Dellenbach, Eiman, Schantz, Dettweiler, Gascho, Orendorff, Schlegel, Ernst, Roeschley, Wagler, Wagner, Steider, Klopfenstein, Ramseyer, Zook, Neuhauser, Householder, Strubhar, Yoder, Lantz, Kauffman, Sharp, Grubb, Beller, Ackerman, Martin, Imhoff, Habecker, and Jantzi. Acknowledgements. 584 footnotes, 405 pages, 3.81 MB.

Appendix: 1826, 1831, 1832, and 1854 passenger lists; Steiger; Zwalter; Yoders of the Oley Valley; Reust; Brickler; De Guibert; Chlopicki; Names; The Puzzle of Barbara Eyer; Wolber of Königsbach; Landes and Landes Mennonite Cemetery; Tazewell County Townships; An Anabaptist; Albrecht of Bureau County; Children of Christian Nafziger and Maria Stalter; Rocke; The Lewis County Settlement; The De Chaumonts and the Castorland Company; Joseph Bonaparte; Kiefer/Kieffer; and Hirschy/Hirschey. 55 footnotes, 58 pages, .66 MB.

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Mailing Lists with Tazewell County Connections

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Message Boards with Tazewell County Connections

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Map of Surrounding Counties Neighboring County Resources

Fulton County

Logan County

Mason County

McLean County

Peoria County

Woodford County

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