Family names of Wenger Mennonites
Donald B. Kraybill and James P. Hurd cite the following surnames as the most common among Wenger Mennonites:
18% -- Zimmerman
7% -- Nolt
6% -- Burkholder
5% -- Shirk
4% -- Weaver
3% -- Newswanger
29% -- Other names (37)
The complete table appears on page 158 of Horse-and-buggy Mennonites: Hoofbeats of Humiility in a Postmodern World.
Every one of these family names is found within the Mennonite community in which we live. In fact, the above list of the top Wenger names reads like a list of our Mennonite neighbors.
Dr, Donald Kraybill has written dozens of excellent books about Mennonite and Amish culture. The surname Kraybill probably appears within the group of "other names". Dr. Kraybill grew up in a Mennonite family in Pennsylvania. I am familiar with the Kraybill name from the Hutchinson, Kansas area, and it is associated with Mennonite lineage there, also.
On the web:
Interview with Donald Kraybill on the always-interesting Amish America blog