Crosser Family History has free genealogical research on a number of surnames, including Ackerman, Archer, Balvanz, Bard, Boddy, Clapsaddle, Crosser, Farrill, Grasser, Hemmingson, Holbrock, Jones, Klein, Perentis, Santee, Scharn, Sharar, Slagle and Whitmore.  Our Family Tree tab on our Crosser Family Hisotry web site has over 20,000 names.   We are in the process of writing genealogical research reports on each surname of interest and will include them in this section as they become available.  But as you can see, we have some work to do!   For the available reports so far, please  click on the names below to link to an  index of  “chapters” that discuss the listed surnames.

The listed surname below is the spelling as it exists today in the United States.  The names in ( ) below are spellings from the country of origin.

Index list of surnames (click the one you are interested in):  AckermanArcherBard (Barth, Beard, Bardt)BoddyClapsaddle (Klebsattel)Crosser (Grasser)Farrill (Ferrill)Hemmingson, Holbrock (Holbrook)JonesKleinPerentisSanteeScharn (Jesse)ShararSlagle, Whitmore and Wilkinson


 Military Service (this section is under development)


A number of our Crosser Family History Family Tree relatives also served in the Military and it is important to acknowledge and recognize their service to the United States of America.  We also have a section for peace time service to our country.  If you know of any relatives we missed on our list, please let us know at  For a summary of military history in the United States, click here.  More detailed articles on the various wars is included in the History tab of this web site.

The wars we have elected to track Crosser Family History military service in include War of Independence (1775–1783), War of 1812, American Civil War (1861–1865), Indian Wars (1865–1891), Spanish-American War (1898), World War I (1917–1918), World War II (1941–1945), Korean War (1950–1953), Vietnam War (1964–1975), Persian Gulf War (1990–1991, War on Terrorism (2001–present), War in Afghanistan (2001 – present), and Iraq War (2003 to 2011).  In addition, we are also accumulating information on Peace Time Military Service.  Click here for our listing of military service.



Our Mission

Our Mission at Crosser Family History is to accumulate and disseminate information on our family history (free of charge).