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I am researching the Eisenhardt family as per my sisters request. My sister was born beatrice eisenhart, however found records that her natural father was kenneth eisenhart..spelling changed once the family arrived in the us. She does not have much info other then her real father had 5-6 siblings, he was either from new jersey or the philly area, and in the back of a German/ English book her dad gave to our mother, his family name was spelled Eisenhardt. Nothing else added. I realize this is a slim chance. If anyone has heard of kenneth roger eisenhart, who died in the Korean war, please contact me. I look forward to honest, relaible information I can pass on to my sister. She is not only searching for his family in the states, she is searching for information of the where abouts of his descendents on germany, as we are currently stationed in germany and she is interested in locating her family geneology for personal use only. She is a historian from PA, and loves history and geneology. She has the eisenhart family crest symbol from the book and also knows her father was presumably the youngest of all his siblings. Her wishes are for personal use, not for books, or public sharing and she would like to know what part of germany her descendents origanated from and when they arrived in the us, etc. Thank you for your time, Jan