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Where did the Ziegler coat of arms come from? When did the Ziegler family first arrive in the United States?

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Ziegler Coat of Arms
 Ziegler Coat of Arms

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Origin Displayed: Jewish

Origins Available: German, Jewish

This product is available in 11 X 17 parchment scroll format, but extracts from this history are not available at this time.

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Suggested Readings for the name Ziegler
Roots and Branches of a Ziegler Family Tree, 1767-1980, Georg Michael Ziegler by Alta Buckingham Drasser, The Ziegler Family and Related Families in Pennsylvania by Gertrude Mohlin Ziegler, Genealogical Chronology of John Peter Snyder, 1729-1807 and His Wife Mary Catherine Elizabeth (Stenz) Snyder, 1739-1782 and Their Descendants by Howard W. Stentz.

Some noteworthy people of the name Ziegler
  • Edward Ziegler (1870-1947), American music critic and opera manager
  • Larry Ziegler (b. 1939), American professional golfer
  • John Ziegler (b. 1967), American radio talk show host, Los Angeles
  • Henri Ziegler (b. 1908), French engineer and pilot who directed the French contribution to the Concorde project
  • Ronald Ziegler (b. 1939), Press Secretary to President Nixon (1969-1974)
  • Pablo Ziegler (b. 1944), Argentine pianist
  • Matthias Ziegler, Swiss flutist, classical and jazz music
  • Karl Waldemar Ziegler (1898-1973), German chemist who received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1963
  • Brigadier William Smith Ziegler (1911-1999), Canadian Regional Administration Officer, Land in Niedersachsen, Allied Control Commission for Germany
  • Captain Walter Ziegler (1908-1937), German Watch Officer from Hamburg, Germany, who worked on board the Hindenburg LZ-129 and survived the Airship Fire on May 6, 1937

Learn More About Jewish Surnames


The term Ashkenazic refers to Yiddish speaking Jews and their descendants. There are numerous other Jewish groups, such as the Sefardim, who were the Jews of the Iberian Peninsula and their descendants.



The Hebrew language belongs to the Semitic family and is generally divided into three historic and linguistic periods: Old Testament Hebrew, Postbiblical and Modern Hebrew. Modern Hebrew was developed in the 19th century and is now the official language of Israel. It has a special script, based on the Phoenician alphabet.



The Yiddish language dates back to about the 9th century. It was developed mainly from Middle High German and spoken by Jews in Germany. Yiddish was also infused with Hebrew words and it is written using the Hebrew alphabet. It also shows a strong Slavic influence.


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