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The Belser family of South Carolina

by W. Gordon Belser, J. Edwin Belser and Irvine Furman Belser
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Columbia, South Carolina] : W.G. Belser, 1941
67 p. : ports.

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Christian Belser (1753-1812) emigrated from Germany and settled at Charleston, South Carolina, ca. 1774. He served with the "German Fusillers" of Charleston during the Revolutionary War. He and his wife, Mary Bromiller, the parents of eight children. Record chiefly follows line of descent to Ritchie Hugh Belser (1848-1896). He was born near Summerton, South Carolina, the son of William States Belser (1806-1852) and Carolina Matilda Gordon Belser (1804-1869). He married Guilelma Maria Baker (1848-1928), daughter of Dr. Charles Richard Furman Baker (1811-1880) and Caroline Haynsworth (d. ca. 1860), in 1871. They had six children, 1872-1889. Most descendants listed lived in South Carolina.

Includes Baker ancestors (Francis Baker, d. 1749) of Guilelma Maria Baker Belser.

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