From my teenage years, I have been interested in my ancestors. They were Mennonites from Switzerland who came to Pennsylvania in 1748 and 1749. Keeping track of them presented me with a challenge that I knew would engage me at some point in my life. In 1981, with my first computer, an IBM PC, I began to develop genealogy software. When I acquired a Macintosh I chose the HyperCard programming language to develop my software. When Hypercard was discontinued, I continued with Runtime Revolution. Over the years my genealogy software has grown in capability.
As my ancestor database grew, my contacts with others interested in the Wenger family led to the suggestion that I do a Wenger family book. A record of the descendants of the three immigrant sons of Hans and Hannah Wenger, my ancestors, is available on CD in PDF format. The four volume, 4,000 page document may be viewed here.
With contributions from many others my genealogy database is now over 437,000 names and still growing. The database is available via the web here and here.
Information about the database may be found here.
Information about the Wenger Meeting House may be found here.