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The early Wysor family : with variant spellings Weiser and Wiser, and associated families of Trinkle, Anderson, Cecil, Shufflebarger and Peck

Mark Edward Steinke
Steinke, Mark Edward (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Cincinnati, Ohio : M.E. Steinke], c1998
[2], 87 leaves

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Includes index.

Includes information on the Wysor, Weiser, Wiser, Trinkle, Anderson, Cecil, Peck, Beck, Shufflebarger, and other related families.

Adam Weiser, parents not listed, married Elizabeth Beck, daughter of Jürg Beck, about 1755 in Upper Saucon Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. They had 10 children. Adam died about 1804 in Montgomery County, Virginia, and Elizabeth died about 1811, also in Montgomery County. Their descendants have lived in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Missouri, Texas, and other areas in the United States.

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