Calling all Weisenborns. For those of you with a Weisenborn connection in your family tree, there is an online worldwide Weisenborn database.
A few months ago I corresponded with family genealogist Toon Weisenborn, from Nordhorn, Germany. Toon has been interested in her family’s Weisenborn genealogy since she was a young girl and she has since set out to gather information about all Weisenborns in Germany, the Netherlands, and around the world.
Because of this interest, Toon has created the website, Project All Weisenborns and Wittenborns, to help Weisenborn researchers. Her website is freely accessible and she will add information and make corrections to the Weisenborn information she has already compiled there.
You may find your Weisenborn family in one of her trees. If not, she offers to add new Weisenborn data to an existing tree or add a new tree when necessary.
Her efforts are a great aid to all Weisenborn researchers.
I do not believe I have any Weisenborns in my family tree but there were and still are Weisenborns in this area.
Luther Weissenborn (1846-1864) is buried in Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Schumm.  The John Christoph and Mary Catharine (Schüt) Weisenborn family attended Zion Chatt in the mid-1860s and later. Zion’s records indicate that John Christoph and Mary Catharine were from Niederdorla, Thuringen, and Grossherzogtum, Baden, respectively. Several Weisenborns are buried in Kessler/Liberty Cemetery and several in Hopewell Township’s Friends Cemetery, both cemeteries in Mercer County.
I urge Weisenborn researchers to check out Toon’s Weisenborn website. 
 Tombstone Tuesday-Luther Weissenborn, Karen’s Chatt, 27 Nov 2018.
 Project All Weisenborns and Wittenborns, Toon Weisenborn, https://weisenborn-boer.nl/Weissenborn_Wittenborn/Stambomen/data.htm.