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|I have been researching the Wisser family (my father's side) and the Bryant family (my mother's side) since 1999.|
I live in California, but most of my family history is from other states.
I appriciate the photographs of my family grave sites that have been posted by others and will try to contribute to others as often as I can.
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|Joseph & Connie||Craig|
Thank you for taking the time to get this photo of our family members grave site for us. It is much appreciated.
Thank you for the photograph of his headstone!
Added by phyann on Jan 16, 2014 8:55 AM
|Barb Hassler||RE: Bertha Hassler|
While there may be more than one Bertha Hassler, I am assuming that you are inquiring as to my grandmother Bertha Hassler just by looking at your last name. My Bertha (nee Smith) was married to a Wisser (James) and one of her sisters Annie was married Robert Wisser. I looked when I saw your last name but didn't think much of it when I saw you lived in California. If this is a connection to you and you need more information on the family, I would be happy to share with you. In my search for my grandmother's information, I have some information on her siblings and some of her family tree. If you do want more information perhaps an private email would serve best and we can figure out how to exchange information. Are you a descendant of Robert Wisser? If so, we are distantly related and would have the same great-grandparents!!!!! How awesome would that be???
|Barb Hassler||RE: Jonathan Wieser stone|
You are very welcome. I found doing my genealogy research the dates on the stones aren't always clear with a straight shot, so I take it on a slight angle depending on the time of the day and sunlight and often find that the shots taken on an angle show the writing much clearer, I am glad that you are pleased.
|Lehigh Valley Genealogy||RE: James and Louisa Hammel|
I'm glad I was able to help. I'm also looking for photos of relatives graves that are far away. I enjoy being able to help others who have relatives in this area.
|Wendy Nabors Way||RE: Dewberry Grave|
You are welcome. Glad I could take it for you.
|Jimmy D. Cross||RE: Dewberry Family|
Thank you so much, for sending the information. I will look into it and if there is any information that I can find I will pass it on to you. The pictures you have posted are GREAT!!
|Joseph||Johann Leonardt Weiss/Weisser|
Johann Leonhard Weiss, 29 years of age in 1733
Maria Greta (Hermann), 38 years of age in 1733
Do you know any of these people of Lembach, Alsace Germany
Greta may have gone by Hermanij or Hermany and John Leonard Weiss may have gone by Leonard Weisser
These people may have been at Most Blessed Sacrament Church. Many of these families took the German passenger ship Samuel in 1733 together on the trip and may have ended up in this located or went to Albany twp., PA. or settled Berks Co.,Washington twp., PA.
Added by Joseph on May 14, 2010 8:13 PM
|Joseph||Lt. Col. Conrad Weiser|
Are you related to Lt. Col. Conrad Weiser who had a conference with Chief Teedyuscung and the Minisink Indians at Easton, PA.?
Added by Joseph on Aug 01, 2009 3:20 PM
|Joseph||John Peter or Peter Weiser/Wisser (MBSC) Bally, PA|
John Peter or Peter Wisser/Weiser is buried behind the chapel of St. Paul's Mission Goshenhoppen of the Most Blessed Sacrament Church in Bally, PA. Peter's wife was Mary Margaret.
I would suggest that a photo of these tombstones are either behind on the old wall or are crumbled. There is a good chance they may still be there stacked up against the old wall.
Also listed is a Lovinia Wisser/Weiser
Daughter of John Peter Weiser and Mary Margaret Wisser/Weiser
Age 5 Years
Listed as "Wisser" in the cemetery book.
Suggestive Surname: Wisser/Weiser/Weisser Kind Regards, Joseph
Added by Joseph on Aug 01, 2009 3:15 PM
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