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Berger Genealogy & History

Berger, found throughout Europe, has two derivations. A variation of the locational Berg, it is derived from Old English/Scandinavian "beorg" and Old High German "burg", meaning fortified hill. A second derivation is occupational for shepherd, derived from French "Bergere", which comes from Latin "Berbex", meaning ram. Berger family history in England dates back to ancient times in Cambridgeshire, where the family held a family seat (feudal manor). In the 16th century, Bergers migrated throughout Europe. Variations on the name include Berchaire, Bercher, Borge, and Burgher. In American Berger genealogy, the first immigrant arrived in New York in 1709.

Berger Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Albert Berger-- --, 1920July 19,2009GA
Barbara Berger-- --, 1908March 15,1990MA
C Eleanor Berger-- --, 1924August ,1980NJ
Dagmar Berger-- --, 1875January 15,1966NY

Berger Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Elsie Berger-- --, 1914March 26,2006Lebanon,PA
Fae Berger-- --, 1905August 15,2000West Hills,CA
Gabriel Berger-- --, 1918July 21,2006Southbridge,MA
H Edwin Berger-- --, 1913September ,1986Claremont,CA

Berger Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Aaron BergerKaren LeeJune 30,2001Walker, TX
Brian BergerLee NittApril 11,1992Wake, NC
Dale BergerLaura MartinezJanuary 29,2000M Clennan, TX
Edgar BergerShelley CookNovember 8,2003Tarrant, TX

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489th: Greer490th: Bass
491st: Joseph492nd: Summers
493rd: Castillo494th: Huff
495th: Skinner496th: Phelps

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