This manuscript is an eclectic collection of various Switzer lines that all connect back to Valentine Switzer, the original immigrant to America in 1749. The surnames that follow are those surnames which can be found within the manuscript:
Allen, Backus, Becker, Beckey, Berry, Bing, Bird, Blake, Brewer; Bumgardner, Burkholder, Canaday, Chapelle, Cherrington, Coffman, Copeland, Davis, Day, Dillon, Donaldson, Eppel, Fisher, Fulton, Gilfillen, Griffy, Guthrie, Hamlin, Haner, Hawk, Henderson, Herriman, Hesse, Hicks, Hinkle, Hodge, Hollingshead, Hoober, Hotzenbella, Hutsinpillar, Huver, Ingels, Jones, Kerns, Leonard, Livesay, Lott, Maddy, Mahood, Mauck, Morton, Parrill, Poher, Preston, Reeves, Reynolds, Rhey, Rhyne, Rodgers, Rood, Rothgeb, Schweitzer, Scott, Secrist, Seigler, Shaffer, Sherritt, Snyder, Southall, Stroup, Switzer, Taylor, Wallace, Watson, Wood, Yeager
- The Switzers in Virginia
- How Various Tribes Were Blended Together to Form the Swiss Nation*
- Historical Statement
- Probated Will of Stephen Hotzenbella
- Probated Will of Valentine Switzer
- Switzer Genealogy
- Berry in Cottonwood Township
- Switzers of Indiana
Notes About the Book:
Source: Genealogy of the Switzers, Descendants of Valentine Switzer Immigrant to America, Oct. 13, 1749.
Online Publication: The manuscript was scanned and then ocr'd. Minimal editing has been done, and readers can and should expect some minor errors in the textual output.