The Tranberg Surname Project
The Tranberg Family Project is open to all who are interested in working together to find their common heritage through sharing of information and dna testing. The Tranberg website at this time is dedicated to locating, identifying and informing all missing branches of the family of Frederick Ambrosius Tranberg and Johannes Daniel Tranberg who came over on the ship The Winter Galley in September of 1738. His children moved and lived in Pennsyvania, Maryland and North Carolina There are a variety of spelling variations based on the pronounciation of the surname Tranberg which is pronounced as Thronberg/Thronberry/Dronenburg/Droneburg. We know that Frederick Ambrosius Tranberg had at least five children (four of whom we are sure survived) Two brothers, Frederick David Throneburgh/Tranberg moved to North Carolina along with Ludwick/Lewis Thronebarger/Tranberg/Thornburg. One brother stayed in Pennsylvania and there is some evidence that he lived in Maryland for a period of time. If your Surname is missing and should be included, we'll be glad to add it to the project. Please contact Ron Thornburgh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other surnames in Project
Dranberg, Dronebarger, Droneberg, Droneberger, Droneburg, Dronenberg, Dronenburg, Dronnenberg, Drumbarger, Thornberry, Thornburg, Thornburgh, Thornsberry, Thranberg, Thronebarger, Throneberry, Throneburg, Tranbarger, Tranberg, Tranjberg, Tronberg, Tronberg.
Join the Tranberg surname project
If you want to join the Tranberg project please order your DNA test here.