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Re: John Jarrett of Emmaus, Lehigh Co.
Posted by: Deb Walter (ID *****9622) Date: September 20, 2002 at 07:57:18
In Reply to: Re: John Jarrett of Emmaus, Lehigh Co. by Mary Gummo of 824

There are many sites with the names Jarrett/Eisenhard/t/Knappenberger names in them. But a particular good one is by Sue Bartholmew---green background. The site on the families have some peculiar stories posted. I have never counted how many times the Jarrett's and Eisenhard's have married but it was several. I guess somehow we are very distant cousins. I would also take a stab at it and say the Eisenhard/t's are really intermarried with about 50-60% of the local names. I live in the Hershey, Pa area now but for 40yrs. I lived in the local area.
Doing research, have you come across any data on a Jacob dates range 1762-1769 difference in age there. I found him to be born 1769 in the state library. Another one in 1792. Also another one that died in 1841. The 1769 Jacob died in 1846. Somehow I believe Jarrett's were one of the mothers. These three have been very elusive to our research group.

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