1 edition of Index to the names of persons included as the lineal descendants of John Conrad Weiser (1696-1760) in The Weiser Family found in the catalog.
in Gettysburg, Pa
Written in English
P. 18 omited in numbering.
|Statement||by H.M.M. Richards ... 1924; index by F.S. Weiser|
|Contributions||Richards, Henry Melchior Muhlenberg|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25, 9,  pages|
|Number of Pages||25|
Need info on John Conrad WEISER and Anna Magdelina Ubelin, conrad's parents. Need as much info as possable on Conrad WEISER parents and grandparents. Sun Jun 15 E-mail: Alicia Brumfield Query: Searching for a book published about by Willard Heiss, Indiana Quaker Records. DESCENDANTS OF THOMAS BRUMFIELD OF BERKS CO. descendants of John Jacob Fisher have been traced and included in the work that Dr. Charles Fisher of Selinsgrove, Pa. has done. John Adam Fisher was named for his uncle, John Adam Fisher, founder of the West Virginia branch. He was born Oct. 7, , in Tulpehocken Township, Berks County, Pa., and was married on.
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Index to the names of persons included as the lineal descendants of John Conrad Weiser () in "The Weiser Family" by Weiser, Frederick S.
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Elizabeth Klinger married Johann Conrad Weiser, son of Frederick Weiser and Anna Amelia Zeller, on 12 November 3; There is an extensive listing of the descendants of Elizabeth Klinger and John Conrad Weiser on pages - of the book, Weiser Families in America, published in by the John Conrad Weiser Family Association.
The son of John German I, as shown by his marriage record. There was a terrible Indian massacre at Tulpehochen in during the French and Indian war, less than a year before John II's birth.
This must have had a huge impact on the family. John II became close friends with John Conrad Weiser and Jabetz Weiser, the. PEOPLE; Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.
search Search the Wayback Machine. Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Just Full text of "Conrad Weiser and the Indian Policy of Colonial Pennsylvania. John Fisher ( _____) John Fisher, second son of John Jacob (son of Sebastian), was born in Tulpehocken Township, Berks County, PA, in His mother was Mary Elizabeth, daughter of John Frederick.
Little is known of John until the year when his father bought the "Mouse Hole" in what later became Mahanoy (now Jordan) Township, Northumberland County, and John became a tenant.
While on a trip to Philadelphia with The Chief, Conrad Weiser met Benjamin Franklin. After hearing of the problems that The Germans were having in the Albany area; Mr. Franklin facilitated an offer between William Penn and the Settlers, being offered up to acres each of free land for settling in Pennsylvania.
The court of Augusta/Rockingham County: "Ordered that the church wardens bind out Catherine Spoon and John Spoon, children of Conrad Spoon who has absconded to Peter Ozmus until they come of age and that he teach the said John Spoon the trade of a shoemaker".
. Ausmus Descendants Index. Philip Ausmus (). (Note 1 - Heinrich Miller lived in Brunswick afterward Manheim Township. He was the ancestor of all of the descendants of Andrew Miller, Sr. - Miller History.) (Note 2 - The descendants of Jacob and Henry Wetstein reside at Tamaqua, Schuylkill County, and spell their name "Whetstone.") (Note 3 - Penna.
Archives, 5th Series, Vol. 5, pp. In at least one hundred and fifty words, compare the experience of Conrad Weiser as described in Franklin's Remarks Concerning the Savages of North America to that of Mary Rowlandson upon the arrival of John Hoar in The Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs.
Mary Rowlandson. The Jesus bloodline is the proposition that a lineal sequence of descendants of the historical Jesus has persisted to the present time. The claims frequently depict Jesus as married, often to Mary Magdalene, and as having descendants living in Europe, especially France but also the ing and contradictory Jesus bloodline scenarios, as well as more limited claims that Jesus married and.
Nelson Greene's History of the Mohawk Valley: Gateway to the West is a four-volume set covering six counties in upstate New York. This online version is part of the Schenectady Digital History Archive, the local history and genealogy Web site of the Schenectady County Public Library, affiliated with the NYGenWeb, USGenWeb and American History and Genealogy Projects and the American.
Regiment, She was the youngest daughter of Rev. born Sei)tember 6, 1, who died October 7. the distinguished Patriarch of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, and Anna Maria Weiser, born Junedied August 22r (daughter of Col.
John Conrad Weiser, born November 2, died born JanuaryJmarried In the same essay, Franklin commented on the use of religion as a cover for economic exploitation. Again he used Canassatego, in conversations related to Franklin by Weiser.
According to Franklin, Canassatego asked Weiser: "Conrad, you have lived long among the white People, and know something of their Customs. The English edition of Rupp's 30, Names notes this person as a member of the Tulpehocken Twp Lutheran Church during the period Page 6 of this source record discusses the immigration of seventeen named families, of a total of thirty-three families, that moved to Tulpehocken Twp in from Schoharie Valley in the New York Colony.
Regiment, She was the youngest daughter of Rev. born Sei)tember 6, 1, who died October 7. the distinguished Patriarch of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, and Anna Maria Weiser, born Junedied August 22r (daughter of Col. John Conrad Weiser, born November 2, died born JanuaryJ At her marriage she was described as the "legitimate orphan daughter of John Zoeller," Christ Luteran Church Records, pp.
Frederick Weiser's dates are from The Weiser Family, pp. published by the John Conrad Weiser Family Association in Daniel's family is discussed in detail in the book The Weiser Family: A Genealogy of the Family of John Conrad Weiser, The Elder, authored by Frederick Sheely Weiser, Manheim, PA, Our Daniel and Elizabeth mentioned in the book in a section about "other" families of Weiser.
John Pickard's payment for serving as an interpreter is found in Papers of Sir William Johnson, 3: Views of the Weiser-Johnson relationship include Paul A.W.
Wallace, "Conrad Weiser and His New York Contacts," New York History (April ): – Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Valentine, lineal descendants of Conrad Weiser, gave outright the Weiser homestead to the Conrad Weiser Memorial Park Association. The Association worked on developing and operating the facility until when the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with legislative action received the Park for the general public.
Longenecker, John, Genealogical Diagram Dedicatory to the Lineal Descendants of Adam Shank, Self-Published, Wilmot, OH,1 page.
ProQuest, Ann Arbor, MI. Longenecker, John, Genealogical Diagram Dedicatory to the Lineal Descendants of Daniel Langenecker through his Son David and Grandson Peter Langenecker to the 5th Generation, Self.Their names appear upon the tombstones of their son Jacob Conrad Schaffer, who was born August 7, ; their other son, Wilhem, was born [incorrect, he was born:he was the younger son].
Descendants of both of the sons of these early settlers are still numberous in the region where they made their home. Will names Peter, the first born, sons John and George, daughter Susanna and son-in- law Peter Shell.
(66) Peter Walmer Sen'r does not mention a wife so she must have died prior to March 7, There is a paper filed at Harrisburg, Pa. by George Walmer, the surviving heir of Peter, the Elder, dated Janu