Unplaced ARNER Families
NOTES: Some of these families are documented by only one or two original records, so any of those could actually just be a misspelling of another family’s surname. However, there do not appear to have been any Anner or Ahner families in Colonial Pennsylvania that could have had their surname misspelled, except for Joseph, whose name might instead have originally been Ahner. And the only known Auner family in Pennsylvania pretty much stayed in Philadelphia city during this whole period.
Joseph Anner/Arner (ca1702-1771), of Macungie, Northampton (now Lehigh), Pennsylvania.
Jacob Arnert “of Heidelberg”, married 1752 to Catharina Knever/Kunver; later residences unknown.
Possibly Michael Arnerd, born before 1765; living in Bedford, Bedford, Pennsylvania in 1810.
Possibly Solomon Orner/Arner, born ca1760-65; living in Jefferson, Schoharie, New York in 1810.
Possibly Jacob Arner, married in Rutherford County, North Carolina to Elizabeth Bridges (daughter of John and Elizabeth Bridges) who was born probably late 1760s or early 1770s. A deed for an estate settlement (Rutherford Deed Book 20-21, page 266), filed 07 December 1803, lists William Davidson, Jacob and Elizabeth Arner, John Bridges, Joseph Collins, Amelia Bridges, George Bridges, Elizabeth Bridges and Rachel Bridges; and James Bridges. [NOTE: However, this deed appears to be the only documentation for this Jacob “Arner”. Quite likely, his name was only misspelled as Arner.]
Daniel Arner, born about 1806 in Pennsylvania; lived in Esperance, Schoharie, New York.
Unplaced Arner families. Last revision: 27 Feb 2007
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