Johann Ulrich Gerber

M, (1794 - 1851)
FatherAndreas Gerber (1763 - 1829)
MotherBarbara Wyss Gerber (1768 - )
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsHelen Gerber ancestors
Gerber/Sägesser family
Johann Ulrich Gerber ancestors
Birth*26 Oct 1794 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland1 
Marriage*20 Jul 1819 Ursenbach, Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland; Bride=Ursula Sägesser Gerber1 
Death*1 May 1851 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland1 

Family

Ursula Sägesser Gerber (18 Nov 1798-21 Mar 1853)
Children
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. [S290] Aarwangen family register.

Andreas Gerber1

M, (1796 - 1850)
FatherAndreas Gerber (1763 - 1829)
MotherBarbara Wyss Gerber (1768 - )
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*27 Nov 1796 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland 
Marriage*1832 Bride=Maria Leibundgut Gerber1 
Death*25 Jun 1850 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland 

Family

Maria Leibundgut Gerber (15 Aug 1813-14 Apr 1896)
Children
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. [S146] Julius Billeter, Gerber Family Record, Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland, Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Library, Salt Lake City, LDS Film 0528755,.

Johannes Gerber1

M, (1805 - 1806)
FatherAndreas Gerber (1763 - 1829)
MotherBarbara Wyss Gerber (1768 - )
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*5 Jul 1805 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland 
Death*8 Feb 1806 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland 
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. [S146] Julius Billeter, Gerber Family Record, Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland, Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Library, Salt Lake City, LDS Film 0528755,.

Ursula Sägesser Gerber

F, (1798 - 1853)
FatherSalomon Sägesser (1773 - )
MotherVerena Jantz Sägesser (c 1771 - )
RelationshipGreat-grandmother of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsHelen Gerber ancestors
Gerber/Sägesser family
Birth*18 Nov 1798 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland1 
Marriage*20 Jul 1819 Ursenbach, Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland; Groom=Johann Ulrich Gerber1 
Married Name20 Jul 1819 Gerber [Sägesser] 
Death*21 Mar 1853 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland1 

Family

Johann Ulrich Gerber (26 Oct 1794-1 May 1851)
Children
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. [S290] Aarwangen family register.

Andreas Gerber

M, (1819 - 1879)
FatherJohann Ulrich Gerber (1794 - 1851)
MotherUrsula Sägesser Gerber (1798 - 1853)
RelationshipGranduncle of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsGerber/Sägesser family
Birth*14 Nov 1819 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland1 
Marriage*30 Apr 1847 Ryken, Aargau, Switzerland; Bride=Anna Barbara Ruef Gerber1 
Death*10 Jun 1879 Langenthal, Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland2 

Family

Anna Barbara Ruef Gerber (26 Nov 1826-20 Feb 1888)
Children
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. [S290] Aarwangen family register.
  2. [S146] Julius Billeter, Gerber Family Record, Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland, Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Library, Salt Lake City, LDS Film 0528755,.

Johannes Gerber1

M, (1821 - 1858)
FatherJohann Ulrich Gerber (1794 - 1851)
MotherUrsula Sägesser Gerber (1798 - 1853)
RelationshipGranduncle of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsGerber/Sägesser family
Birth*2 Nov 1821 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland2 
Marriage*27 Aug 1852 Kirchberg, Burgdorf, Bern, Switzerland; Bride=Elisabetha Egger Gerber2 
Death*21 Nov 1858 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland1 

Family

Elisabetha Egger Gerber (26 Jun 1825-20 Aug 1874)
Children
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. [S146] Julius Billeter, Gerber Family Record, Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland, Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Library, Salt Lake City, LDS Film 0528755,.
  2. [S290] Aarwangen family register.

Elisabetha Gerber

F, (1824 - 1828)
FatherJohann Ulrich Gerber (1794 - 1851)
MotherUrsula Sägesser Gerber (1798 - 1853)
RelationshipGrandaunt of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsGerber/Sägesser family
Birth*7 Feb 1824 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland1 
Death*7 Jun 1828 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland1 
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. [S146] Julius Billeter, Gerber Family Record, Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland, Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Library, Salt Lake City, LDS Film 0528755,.

Jakob Gerber

M, (1826 - 1903)
FatherJohann Ulrich Gerber (1794 - 1851)
MotherUrsula Sägesser Gerber (1798 - 1853)
RelationshipGranduncle of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsGerber/Sägesser family
Birth*13 Aug 1826 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland1 
Marriage*25 Jun 1855 Wynigen, Burgdorf, Bern, Switzerland; Bride=Anna Barbara Bohnenbluest Gerber1 
Death*1 Oct 1903 Münsingen, Konolfingen, Bern, Switzerland1 

Family

Anna Barbara Bohnenbluest Gerber (8 Aug 1830-20 Jul 1902)
Children
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. [S290] Aarwangen family register.

Samuel Gerber

M, (1828 - 1896)
FatherJohann Ulrich Gerber (1794 - 1851)
MotherUrsula Sägesser Gerber (1798 - 1853)
RelationshipGranduncle of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsGerber/Sägesser family
Birth*16 Nov 1828 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland1 
Residence*1 Jun 1885 Lynn Tp, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)2 
Death*11 Mar 1896 Thun, Thun, Bern, Switzerland1 
Biography* Samuel Gerber, 1828-1896:
Samuel was christened on 16 November 1828 at unknown place. He emigrated his native Switzerland in 1855 and arrived in the Port of New York on 23 Apr 1855 aboard the 1182+ ton Confederation with 755 other passengers including his brothers Friedrich and Gottlieb. Samuel lived in Lynn Township, Lincoln County, South Dakota and worked as a farmer until at least 1885. Sometime before his death in 1896, he returned to his native Switzerland. 
Last Edited5 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S290] Aarwangen family register.
  2. [S314] 1885 State Census, Lincoln County, Dakota Territory,.

Anna Gerber Baudi

F, (1831 - )
FatherJohann Ulrich Gerber (1794 - 1851)
MotherUrsula Sägesser Gerber (1798 - 1853)
RelationshipGrandaunt of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsGerber/Sägesser family
Birth*12 Jun 1831 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland1 
Marriage*29 Jan 1864 Hindelbank, Burgdorf, Bern, Switzerland; Groom=Johannes Baudi1 
Married Name29 Jan 1864 Baudi [Gerber] 
Death*  
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. [S290] Aarwangen family register.

Friedrich Gerber

M, (1834 - 1926)
Friedrich "Fred Sr" Gerber,
1834-1926
FatherJohann Ulrich Gerber (1794 - 1851)
MotherUrsula Sägesser Gerber (1798 - 1853)
RelationshipGrandfather of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsHelen Gerber ancestors
Gerber/Sägesser family
Neuheisel/Emser family
Gerber/Neuheisel family
Nickname Fred Sr. 
Birth*25 Mar 1834 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland1 
Marriage*1 Sep 1857 Prairie du Sac, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Bride=Augusta Neuheisel Gerber, judge=Charles Halasy JP2 
Death*10 Jun 1926 Worthing, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)3 
Burial*13 Jun 1926 Worthing, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)4 
Note*17 Jun 1926 obituaries Worthing (South Dakota) Enterprise, Thursday 17 June 1926 p1c1 and Canton (South Dakota) Sioux Valley News, Thursday 17 June 1926 p4c1. 
Biography* Friedrich "Fred Sr" Gerber, 1834-1926:
The seventh of nine, Friedrich was christened on 25 March 1834. His father died in 1851 and his mother in 1853. In 1855, Friedrich immigrated to America, arriving at the Port of New York on 23 April 1855 aboard the steamship Confederation. The ship, weighing 1182+ tons, arrived with 756 passengers including four other Gerbers from Switzerland, two of whom were Fred's brothers, Samuel and Gottlieb.

Fred located in Troy Township (Harrisburgh P.O.) in Sauk County, Wisconsin where he owned and operated a farm. Almost immediately, he took the first step toward becoming a United States citizen. He filed a "Declaration of Intention to Become a Citizen" in County Court of Sauk County at Baraboo, Wisconsin on 25 May 1855.5

By 1860, the farm was worth $600. Sometime after 1860, Fred moved to Spring Green, Wisconsin (also in Sauk County) where he operated a retail grocery and dry goods business in partnership with his brother Gottlieb. In 1868, the Gerber Brothers obtained ownership of the business establishment of G. F. Pound and operated on that location for two years. By 1870, Fred's real estate was worth $6000 and his personal estate another $1200.6

In 1872, Fred, his wife Augusta, and their six children moved to the Dakota Territory and homesteaded a quarter section in Lynn Township, Lincoln County. The northern part of this homestead later became part of what is now Worthing, South Dakota. He lived in this area the rest of his life, engaging in farming until the railroad came through. In Worthing, the Security Bank building, the Enterprise newspaper building, and several buildings north and east of them were built on his old homestead. On 18 November 1879, Fred and Augustina sold a 350-foot-wide right-of-way across their land in the South West quarter of Section Four in Lynn Township to the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company for $1 and the location of a depot.7 He signed the deed "Fred Gerber" and Augusta marked it. On 21 November 1879, Fred, Augustina, their daughter Mary Madden, and their son-in-law James Madden registered a plat map for an annex to the village of Worthing which was laid out on land that they owned. The annex was laid out on the South-Half of the South West quarter of Section Five (Fred and Augusta's land) and the North-Half of the North West Quarter of Section Nine (James and Mary Madden land). The plat identified numbered blocks and lots with dimensions, plus named streets and unnamed alleys with locations and widths.8 On 8 March 1880, Fred and Augustina sold 6 lots in block 2 of Worthing plus one-half of the south-half of the South West quarter of Section Four in Lynn Township except for - those surveyed and platted parts of Worthing not conveyed above and except for the depot grounds and except for the right-of-way belonging to the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company. These properties were sold to John Lawler of Crawford County, Wisconsin for $1.9 He signed the deed "Fredrich Gerber" and Augusta marked it.

On 30 April 1880, Fred was issued a patent (Homestead Certificate 2822, Application 3896) from the United States government, under the 1862 Act to secure homesteads of settlers on public lands, for the South West quarter in Section Four of Lynn Township which he had homesteaded.10 Rutherford B. Hayes was President of the USA on the date of issue. On 24 January 1882, Fred deposited $200 with the Land Office in Yankton, Dakota Territory as payment in full for 160-acres in Section Two of Grant Township, Lincoln County (Receipt No. 1558).11 On 22 May 1882, Fred bought Lots One and Two in Block Five in the Village of Worthing from James and Mary Madden (his son-in-law and daughter) for $1.12 On 25 January 1890, Fred purchased 158 acres in Section 5 of Lynn Township13 from Gudmund and Lisa Skartaedt for $1300 plus he assumed three mortgages totaling $800.

On 17 August 1891, Fred and Augusta sold 160-acres in Section 5 of Lynn Township, Lincoln County14 to sons Fred and Henry for $1000. He signed the deed "Fred Gerber" and Augusta marked it. In February 1892, Fred and Augusta sold 160-acres in Section Two of Grant Township to Paul Ysbrands for $2500.15 He signed the deed "Fred Gerber" and Augusta marked it. On 30 June 1894, Fred was issued a patent (Certificate No. 1558) from the United States government for the 160-acres in Section Two of Grant Township which he had purchased under the 1820 Act governing the sale of public lands.16 Chester A. Arthur was President of the USA on the date of issue. On 18 September 1897, Fred and Augusta sold a 100-foot (E-W) by 26-foot (N-S) lot on the North East corner of Main & 1st Streets in Worthing to the Columbus Lodge No. 122 of I.O.O.F. of Worthing for $300.17 On 15 August 1908, Fred sold Lots One and Two in Block Five in the Village of Worthing to daughter Clara Swartz (sic) for $1 and other valuable considerations.18 He signed the deed "Fred Gerber Sr". On 17 October 1923, Fred sold the north-half of the South West Quarter and all that portion of the south-half of the South West quarter lying north of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway right-of-way all in Section Four of Lynn Township to daughter Clara Gerber Schwartz for $1, love and affection.19 He signed the deed "Fred Gerber Sr".

The first grain buyer in Worthing, Fred bought grain for the Hunting Elevator Company. Later he organized the Worthing Elevator Company and acted as their buyer. Later still, he took a contract and built a half mile of grade when the railroad came through. Fred was elected County Commissioner in 1889 for the third time. He was a Commissioner a total of 12 years. He also served as Post Master of Worthing for 4 years. Fred was a member of the Scottish Rite Masonic Lodge and the Rebekah Lodge from the time of their formation in Worthing. He was a Past Master of the Masonic Lodge for four years and belonged to I.O.O.F. for 33 years.

Fred died on a Thursday at the home of his daughter, Clara (Mrs. Irvon) Schwartz. He was survived by two daughters, two sons, 24 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. His wife, two daughters and one son preceded him in death. His funeral was held on Sunday at the Congregational Church under the auspices of the I.O.O.F Lodge of Worthing. 

Family

Augusta Neuheisel Gerber (30 Apr 1838-30 May 1903)
Children
Last Edited4 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S290] Aarwangen family register.
  2. [S880] Sauk county marriage record.
  3. [S157] Lincoln county death record.
  4. [S18] Obituary,.
  5. Sauk county court records contain two declarations signed by a Friedrich Gerber. The first, number 631 in Volume 1, page 208 of "Declarations of Intention to Become a Citizen", says he was born in Aarwangen, Switzerland, is about 21 years of age, left Aarwangen in February 1855, arrived New York in April 1855 and was signed on 17 May 1855 in German script. The second, number 632, the very next entry on the same page, says he was born in the Canton of Bern, Switzerland, is about 22 years of age, left Switzerland in January 1855, arrived New York in April 1855 and was signed on 25 May 1855, 8 days after the first, also in German script. The two signatures appear identical.
  6. The G. F. Pound establishment was later called the Farmers Bank Building. After the Gerbers left for South Dakota, the business was operated by S. M. Harris and later D. H. Finkelston. In 1993, the Farmers Bank building housed a hardware store.
  7. Recorded in Lincoln County Book H of Deeds, page 195.
  8. Recorded in Lincoln County Book A of Plats, page 11.
  9. Recorded in Lincoln County Book H of Deeds, page 318.
  10. The South West quarter of Section Four in Township Ninety-Eight of Range Fifty containing 160-acres subject to sale at Sioux Falls, Dakota Territory and recorded in Lincoln County Book 8 of Deeds, page 85.
  11. Consisting of the South East quarter of Section Two in Township 98 of Range 51 containing 160-acres at $1.25 per acre and recorded in Lincoln County Book K of Deeds, page 522.
  12. Recorded in Lincoln County Book L of Deeds, page 327.
  13. Consisting of Lots One and Two of the North West quarter of Section Five in Township Ninety-Eight North of Range fifty West of the 5th Prime Meridian containing 158 acres and recorded in the Lincoln County Book V of Deeds, page 370. The deed is subject to a mortgage held by M. V. B. Elson dated 24 December 1899 and consisting of three notes; One for $200 due 24 December 1891, one for $300 due 24 December 1892, ond one for $300 due 24 December 1893.
  14. Consisting of the North West quarter of Section Five in Township Ninety-Eight North of Range Fifty West of the 5th Prime Meridian and recorded in Lincoln County Book 21 of Deeds, page 154.
  15. Consisting of the South East quarter of Section Two in Township Ninety-Eight of Range Fifty-One and recorded in Lincoln County Book X of Deeds, page 249.
  16. Consisting of the South East quarter of Section Two in Township Ninety-Eight North of Range Fifty-One West of the Fifth Principal Meridian in Dakota Territory and recorded in Lincoln County Book Y of Deeds, page 225.
  17. Recorded in Lincoln County Book 3 of Deeds, page 547.
  18. Recorded in Lincoln County Book 21 of Deeds, page 153.
  19. Recorded in Lincoln County Book 31 of Deeds, page 520.

Gottlieb Gerber

M, (1837 - 1914)
FatherJohann Ulrich Gerber (1794 - 1851)
MotherUrsula Sägesser Gerber (1798 - 1853)
RelationshipGranduncle of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsGerber/Sägesser family
Birth*15 Oct 1837 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland1 
Marriage*Sep 1869 Bride=Mary Ann Schoenman Gerber2,3 
(Witness) Marriage11 Oct 1897 Calvary Cathedral, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha, South Dakota (SD), United States (US); Bride=Emma May Gerber Moore, Groom=Dr. Fred H. Moore M.D.4 
Death*1 Oct 1914 East Highlands, California (CA), United States (US)5 
Burial*2 Oct 1914 Hillside Memorial Park, Redlands, San Bernardino, California (CA), United States (US)5,6 
Note*9 Oct 1914 obituary Lennox (South Dakota) Independent, Friday 9 October 1914 and obituary in unknown California paper, Thursday 1 October 1914.5 
Biography* Gottlieb Gerber, 1837-1914:
Gottlieb was christened in Aarwangen on 15 October 1837. Both his parents died while he was a teenager, his father in 1851, his mother in 1853. Gottlieb left his native Switzerland in 1855 at the age of 17, arriving in the Port of New York on the 23rd of April aboard the steamship Confederation with 755 other passengers including 2 older brothers, Samuel and Friedrich. He settled first in Sauk County, Wisconsin with his brothers. By early 1859 the spirit of adventure moved Gottlieb to try the mountain state of Colorado. He spent that winter in Seneca, Kansas returning to Colorado the following spring. For a year Gottlieb engaged in agricultural pursuits on a farm 30-miles southwest of Denver. From then until 1868, he conducted a general merchandising business in Oro City, Colorado while at the same time he operated a ranch. Gottlieb returned to Spring Green, Wisconsin where he partnered with brother Friedrich in a grocery and dry goods business. In September 1869, he married Mary Ann Schoenmann.

In 1871, Gottlieb came to Lincoln County, Dakota Territory and established a 160-acre homestead on Section 3 of Lynn Township, about two miles east of what is now Worthing, South Dakota. The following year, he brought his family out from Spring Green. Later, Gottlieb acquired another 160-acres in Section 2 of Grant Township. When the village of Worthing was laid out and platted, he erected the first house in town and became one of its first business men, keeping the post-office in his store for many years. In 1895, Gottlieb erected a two story business building. Besides his general merchandise business, he continued to supervise the operation of the farms, which totaled 480-acres by this time. Gottlieb belonged to the I.O.O.F. lodge of Worthing. A public spirited man, he served many terms on the village board of supervisors including that of chairman. He was also an active member of the Worthing school board. About 1902, Gottlieb moved to California with his family. There he owned a mortgaged orange grove in Highland township. Later, he established a paint and oil business.

Gottlieb died at his home of lung trouble on a Wednesday evening. He was 77-years-of-age. Gottlieb had been ill for several months. He was predeceased by one daughter and survived by his wife, three sons and three daughters. The funeral was held on Friday from the Cortner Bros. Chapel in Redlands with the Rev. D. M. Kirkpatrick officiating. 

Family

Mary Ann Schoenman Gerber (16 Mar 1850-20 Dec 1916)
Children
Last Edited16 Jun 2015

Citations

  1. [S290] Aarwangen family register.
  2. [S1] "The Gerber Family Tree", compiled by Orval James Madden, 1991.
  3. [S223] 1870 Federal Census, Sauk County, Wisconsin,.
  4. [S107] Minnehaha county marriage record.
  5. [S18] Obituary,.
  6. [S390] Unknown author(s), Hillside Memorial Park and Mausoleum (tombstone inscriptions), 1985.

Elise Gerber Müller

F, (1840 - )
FatherJohann Ulrich Gerber (1794 - 1851)
MotherUrsula Sägesser Gerber (1798 - 1853)
RelationshipGrandaunt of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsGerber/Sägesser family
Nickname Lizzie 
Birth*28 Aug 1840 Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland1 
Marriage*31 Jul 1868 Worben, Nidau, Bern, Switzerland; Groom=Christian Müller1 
Married Name31 Jul 1868 Müller [Gerber] 
Residence*1 Jun 1885 Lynn Tp, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)2 
Death*  
Biography* Elsie "Lizzie" Gerber Müller, 1840-????:
Elsie was christened on 28 August 1840.

In 1880, Elsie is living with her husband in Winesburg, Holmes County, Ohio. In 1885, she is listed as a widow and is living with her brother Samuel Gerber in Lynn Township, Lincoln County, South Dakota. No other records of her have been found. 
Last Edited4 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S290] Aarwangen family register.
  2. [S314] 1885 State Census, Lincoln County, Dakota Territory,.

Verena Wäber1

F
Death*  
Birth*  
Marriage*31 Mar 1627 Groom=Hans Gerber1 
Married Name31 Mar 1627 Gerber [Wäber] 

Family

Hans Gerber (12 Sep 1603-)
Children
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. [S146] Julius Billeter, Gerber Family Record, Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland, Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Library, Salt Lake City, LDS Film 0528755,.

Maria Gerber

F, (1630 - )
FatherHans Gerber (1603 - )
MotherVerena Wäber
Relationship1st cousin 7 times removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Death*  
Birth*10 Jan 1630  
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Verena Gerber

F, (1632 - )
FatherHans Gerber (1603 - )
MotherVerena Wäber
Relationship1st cousin 7 times removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Death*  
Birth*22 Apr 1632  
Last Edited16 Mar 2008

Benedikt Gerber

M, (1633 - )
FatherHans Gerber (1603 - )
MotherVerena Wäber
Relationship1st cousin 7 times removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Death*  
Birth*15 Sep 1633  
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Verena Gerber

F, (1635 - )
FatherHans Gerber (1603 - )
MotherVerena Wäber
Relationship1st cousin 7 times removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Death*  
Birth*8 Feb 1635  
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Katharina Gerber

F, (1637 - )
FatherHans Gerber (1603 - )
MotherVerena Wäber
Relationship1st cousin 7 times removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Death*  
Birth*14 May 1637  
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Hans Jakob Gerber

M, (1639 - )
FatherHans Gerber (1603 - )
MotherVerena Wäber
Relationship1st cousin 7 times removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Death*  
Birth*4 May 1639  
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Jakob Gerber

M, (1642 - )
FatherHans Gerber (1603 - )
MotherVerena Wäber
Relationship1st cousin 7 times removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Death*  
Birth*30 Jan 1642  
Marriage*b 1679 Bride=Maria Tschumi Gerber1 

Family

Maria Tschumi Gerber (c 1650-)
Children
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. [S9] Surmised.

Margaretha Gerber

F, (1644 - )
FatherHans Gerber (1603 - )
MotherVerena Wäber
Relationship1st cousin 7 times removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Death*  
Birth*4 Feb 1644  
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Ursus Gerber

M, (1646 - )
FatherHans Gerber (1603 - )
MotherVerena Wäber
Relationship1st cousin 7 times removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Death*  
Birth*27 Dec 1646  
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Hans Gerber

M, (1648 - )
FatherHans Gerber (1603 - )
MotherVerena Wäber
Relationship1st cousin 7 times removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Death*  
Birth*10 Jun 1648  
Marriage*10 Jun 1675 Bride=Anna Seemann Gerber 

Family

Anna Seemann Gerber
Children
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Felix Gerber

M, (1649 - )
FatherHans Gerber (1603 - )
MotherVerena Wäber
Relationship1st cousin 7 times removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Death*  
Birth*19 Aug 1649  
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Barbara Geiser Gerber1

F
Death*  
Birth*  
Marriage*7 May 1602 Groom=Hans Gerber1 
Married Name7 May 1602 Gerber [Geiser] 

Family

Hans Gerber (c 1578-)
Children
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. [S146] Julius Billeter, Gerber Family Record, Aarwangen, Bern, Switzerland, Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Library, Salt Lake City, LDS Film 0528755,.

Hans Gerber

M, (1605 - )
FatherHans Gerber (c 1578 - )
MotherBarbara Geiser Gerber
Relationship1st cousin 8 times removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Death*  
Birth*17 Mar 1605  
Marriage*1 Aug 1631 Bride=Anna Lybundgut Gerber 

Family

Anna Lybundgut Gerber
Children
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Anna Gerber

F, (1607 - )
FatherHans Gerber (c 1578 - )
MotherBarbara Geiser Gerber
Relationship1st cousin 8 times removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Death*  
Birth*9 Aug 1607  
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Barbara Gerber Käser

F, (1611 - )
FatherHans Gerber (c 1578 - )
MotherBarbara Geiser Gerber
Relationship1st cousin 8 times removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Death*  
Birth*16 Jun 1611  
Marriage*4 Aug 1634 Groom=Durs Käser 
Married Name4 Aug 1634 Käser [Gerber] 
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Katharina Gerber

F, (1613 - )
FatherHans Gerber (c 1578 - )
MotherBarbara Geiser Gerber
Relationship1st cousin 8 times removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Death*  
Birth*16 May 1613  
Last Edited29 Dec 2006