Baptism 13 Nov 1735 Evangelische Kirche, Dierdorf, Neuwied, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. Can we add mother and father name here?
Immigration 8 Oct 1744, Philadelphia, PA  ship: Aurora; Not on ship list. Immigrated as child with father, brother and sister.
Jun 1780 - 15 Jul 1781 American Revolutionary War; Private, Capt. Reigel's company.. NSDAR/NSSAR record number?
Montgomery Bios, Morton L. Montgomery, (. H. Beers & Company of Chicago, 1909), 1567, 480 (Reliability: 1).
The Bergers of Berks county, a family which has numerous representatives among the most creditable citizens of this section, have been located here since the arrival of the emigrant ancestor, several generations back.
Herber Berger came to this country from Germany in company with his brother, and settled in the upper end of Berks county, among the Blue Mountains. The brother died unmarried, and both are buried at the Blue Mountain Church. [ed. His brother married, twice, and is buried at Bern] [p. 1567]
[Herber] had the following named children: Elizabeth, born Feb. 8, 1760; George W., Sept. 20, 1761; Tobias, Jan. 21, 1765; Catharine, July 9, 1766; Maria B., April 8, 1768; Johannes, June 24, 1769; Maria M., June 9, 1771; Diana Maria, April 27, 1773; Maria Magdalena, Sept. 18, 1774; John Christian, Nov. 5, 1777; Johan Ludwig, Jan. 28, 1779; Johan Philip, born June 3, 1782. [p. 480]
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Herber by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Herber: