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Kathy Herfel (View posts)
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I'm looking for the derivation of the surname of Fawver. What nationality is it?

Fawver Family

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Mary Ann Moss (View posts)
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I am looking for information on my ancestor's. Philip Fawver born in 1817, in Newberry, Lycoming, PA. Father's name is Thomas Fawver. Philip married a Catherine Lauchenbaugh around 1838, in PA. The name is original French in orgin and has been spelt; Fauver, Fauber, Farmer, and Fawner.

Henry L. Fawver

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I am researching the Fawver family for my half brothers and sisters. I don't know much about the family and as far back as I know is Henry L. Fawver b. 23 Jul 1896 in Richfield, PA d. 19 Mar 1964 in Canton, OH He married Bertha M. Martin b. 20 Dec 1898 d. Jan 1979. They had 14 children, one of which is Harvey Franklin Fawver who is the father of my half brothers and sisters. Does this family fit into your family research?

Re: Fawver

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Classification: Query
Philip Fauber/Faber/Fawver son of Johnannes and wife, Magdalina Fauber (nee Rudy), was born in Jackson Township, Dauphin county. PA. He went to the West and resided in Stevens County, Illinois.

The above notes are from 1950's when my grandfather Samuel Ceylon Fauber was making a family tree.

Philip Fauber married Catherine Lachenbaugh. The family appears in the 1860 Census for Green County, Wisconsin.

There is a large branch of the Fauber/Faber/FAWVER tree in Illonis/Wisconson that changed their name to FAWVER.
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