Sites in which the primary focus is the etymology of the surname and its variants, a one-name study or organization, relevant genealogy, or an associated family history.
Friends and descendants of David Ackerman who came to the New World in 1662 with his wife Elisbet Bellier and their six children.
Family tree of Fame Ackerman including the surnames Ackerman, Mannix, McClay, Smallwood and Whitmore.
Descendants of David Ackerman's son Lawrence as compiled by Edwin L Ackerman.
Descendants of Dolores Iva Greening, Glen Raynor Greening, Michael Sylvester Hynes, and Myron Almond Hinkle.
Kinship of David Scott Ackerman of Kent, CT USA.
Family history of Robert Francis Ackerman from Rancho Palos Verdes, CA USA.
Family tree of Julie A Ackerman from Offerle, KS USA.
Researching the lineages of eastern Pennsylvania since the early 1800s. Includes the related lines of Boyer, Kepler, Roos, Eschbach, Stauffer, Miller, Foose, Gottshall and Lutz.
Ackerman Family Tree
Julius F Ackerman ancestral history including the descendants of Johannes Georg Ackermann, Ludwig Krieger, Georg Hopfensack and Jacob Franz Seib. Compiled by Paul Ackerman.
Ackerman Family Tree
Research as compiled by Douglas William Ackerman from O'Fallon, Illinois, USA.
Ackerman, Akerman and Abrahamowicz
Descendants of Szmerk Abrahamowicz who later adopted the surname Akerman. Compiled by Lowell Joseph Ackerman from Scottsdale, Arizona, USA.
Ackerman, Kramer, Pautsky, Wedel Descendants
Family history of Sharon Ackerman.
Ackerman: New Jersey, USA
Researching the Ackerman and Christie surnames of Northern New Jersey. Features the descendants of Alverene Godbee, Laurens Hendrickse Ackerman, and Harry Richard Ackerman. Compiled by David Bruce Ackerman of Angier, NC USA.
Ackerman: Vermont, USA
Family history of Carroll M Ackerman. Includes the Munn family that came from Mass to the Hartland area, then settled in Stowe and Johnson, VT.
Ackermans: Saskatchewan, CAN
Researching the Joseph Ackermann family that emigrated to Canada in the 1930s from St. Anna, Romania, now Sintanna; was in Hungary before WWI.
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