Eberhart (surname)

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Eberhart (surname)
Ethnicity French
  France (Joseph Eberhart), Belfast, France (Catherine Eberhart), Ohio (Catherine and John Eberhart)
Place of origin France
Notable members Daniel, Benjamin, Joseph, John, and Catherine Eberhart
Name origin and meaning German, composed of the words eber ('wild boar') and hard ('brave,' 'hardy,' or 'strong)

Name Meaning & Origin[edit | edit source]

Cemetery records[edit | edit source]

Census records[edit | edit source]

  • Census, United States, Ohio, Wayne County, Chester Township, 1880]]

Emmigration and Immigration[edit | edit source]

  • Joseph Eberhart emigrated to the United States from France in 1840. He applied for a declaration on intent during the September Term of 1850 and became a naturalized citizen in November 1852. There is a Valentine Carry who became a naturalized citizen in February 1847. He emigrated from France to the United States in 1840. In September 1852, there is an Augustus Carry, native of France, becoming naturalized. I wonder if Valentine and Augustus Carey are related to Catherine Carey who married Joseph Eberhart. I did not pursue any research on the Carry/Carey line.

Land records[edit | edit source]

  • Joseph and Catherine sold their land to John and Catherine Eberhart Whitman in 1874. I believe John Philips Eberhart may have been deceased by them but I cannot verify this information. He seems to disappear.

Vital records[edit | edit source]