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Mary Mechlin Keyser
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Birth: 1734
Death: Apr. 14, 1810
Philadelphia County
Pennsylvania, USA

Mary Mechlin b. Abt. 1734 (place unknown); d. 14 APR 1810 Germantown, Philadelphia Co., PA; m. 14 OCT 1787 Germantown, Philadelphia Co., PA; widower Peter Keyser b. 18 AUG 1732 Germantown, Philadelphia Co., PA; d. 11 MAR 1818 Germantown, Philadelphia Co., PA. Both buried: Church of Brethren Cemetery, Germantown, Philadelphia Co., PA.

CHILDREN: No Known Issue.

STEP-CHILDREN (from Peter's first marriage to Hannah Levering):

1) William Keyser b. 29 DEC 1757
2) Dirck Keyser b. 28 MAR 1760
3) John Regsen Keyser b. 02 MAR 1761
4) Elizabeth Keyser b. 30 JAN 1763
5) Peter Keyser b. 19 NOV 1766
6) Sarah Keyser b. 09 JUN 1771

NOTES: From "LEVERING FAMILY HISTORY AND GENEALOGY" by Col. John Levering, published 1897; Pgs. 109-110, 122-128.

Mr. Jones states of Peter Keyser: "He was a tanner and of Dutch descent. Mr. Peter A. Keyser, of Phila., says of his ancestors: "Dirk Keyser came from Amsterdam to Germantown via New York in 1688, with one son named Peter Dirck, then eleven years old. Peter Dirck married on Sept. 4, 1700, Margaret Sieple, and had a son Dirk, b. 1701, d. 1756, who married Alice Neus, now written Nice. They had four sons, viz., John; PETER, b. 1732; Derick, Michael and two daughters, one of whom, Elizabeth, m. Andrew Wood, of Roxb.

The Keyser connection with the Levering family is one of the most numerous, as an analysis of this work will disclose. The history of "The Keyser Family," as compiled by Hon. Charles S. Keyser, of Philadelphia, and published in 1888, shows the Levering relation.

Mrs. Hannah Levering Keyser d. Aug. 19, 1775. In 1787 Mr. K. m. Mary Mechlin. He d. March 11, 1818. Both are buried in the German Baptist Church grounds in Germantown.

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  Peter Keyser (1732 - 1818)*
*Calculated relationship
Church of Brethren Cemetery
Philadelphia County
Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: Kati McSweeney
Record added: Mar 15, 2010
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Mary <i>Mechlin</i> Keyser
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LONG GONE, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN. Daffodils signify "Regard". To Mary, may you rest in eternal peace. Love,
- Kati McSweeney
 Added: Mar. 15, 2010

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