Welcome to the OHMER Genealogy Resource Center. This site is dedicated to the genealogical research of the OHMER surname worldwide. OHMER is a derivative of the surname AUMER. My lineage is traced back to Tobias Ambre OHMER who emigrated to the US in June of 1851, and further back to Peter Aumer, born 1630 in Germany. This site, however, deals with OHMER descendants worldwide. Browse the family trees, post a query, look up the origins of certain OHMER lines, as well as the origin and meaning of the OHMER surname. Two main lines, from Germany (primarily the Pfalz) and France (primarily Lorraine).


The Primary Goals of this  Page:

1. To list all our “cousins“  researching the OHMER surname.
2. To link to all pages of interest to people researching the OHMER surname.
3. To  collect all genealogical information pertaining to the OHMER surname, and the bearers of this  surname that might in some way facilitate research of this surname.
4. To  present this genealogy information on the web so that it can be freely accessed by any of our cousins at any time, from any place.

4 Responses to “Home”

  1. kevin ohmer says:

    hello fellow ohmers ;) cant believe this website, its just amazing!! and if you ever want tocontact me, email me, i provided said email above

  2. Joel A. Ohmer says:

    thanks so much, Kevin!

  3. Dorothy O'Donnell says:

    Mr Ohmer, I found that you have on Descendants of Peter Aumer (Ohmer) that Theresa O’Donnell was married to Michael Sleigher.

    The fact is that Theresa, born in 1856, was married to James B. Sleigher who was born in 1851.

    Their son was Raymond J. Sleigher

    Their headstones are pictured at their memorial in Find A Grave.

    Needless to say that to state Theresa E. O’Donnell was married to someone else is misleading to any researcher of the O’Donnell family. It will be greatly appreciated if the information provided by you would be corrected.

    Thank you. Dorothy E. O’Donnell

  4. Bud Officer says:

    This is for Earl Ohmer who is trying to get hold of some old info/pics of Mr Earl Ohmer Sr. My father was a good friend of the Ohmers in 1930s forward. I have some very interesting information on “the old man” and some photos. Let me know if you are interested.
    Bud Officer
    Bend Oregon

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