History of the Eberharts in Germany and the United States from A. D 1265 to A. D. 1890--625 Years

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Donohue & Henneberry, printers and binders, 1891 - Germans - 263 pages
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Thank you for this valuable piece.
Is there any evidence of Eberhard people lengthening the name once they migrated to the US? For example, a name modification from Eberhard to Eberhardinger.

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Valuable family reference.

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