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Subject: Re: SCHISSLER
Date: Thu, 1 Jul 1999 15:47:26 EDT
In a message dated 6/28/1999 2:52:40 PM Mountain Daylight Time,
Can anyone tell me anything about the Shisler family:
Daniel SHISLER, b. 1790 Germany; d. 1861 Gentry Co., MO; m. 1815 in
Fairfield or Hocking Co., OH to Susan MILLISOR, b 1791; d. 1878 in Gentry
Co., MO. They were in Perry Twp., Hocking Co., OH in 1840 & 1850. Their
I don't know if these are your SCHISSLER's or not, but this is what I have
Descendants of George Schissler
Generation No. 1
1. GEORGE1 SCHISSLER was born in Europe.
Notes for GEORGE SCHISSLER:
Sometimes known as John George SCHISSLER. According to the Monnet Family
Genealogy, (MFG) he settled in Berks County, Pennsylvania in 1740. His name
appears in local records in subsequent years.
The MFG also talks about other immigrant Schisslers. "There were several
immigrant Schisslers, but all undoubtedly of the same family. By a
comparison of dates and a land entry in the State Department at Harrisburg,
Pennsylvania it seems very clear that the immigrant ancestor of the other
Schisslers was JORG SCHISSLER, whose name was spelled as "Schussler" and who
came as a "palantine," imported in the ship "Mary" of London (see ante page
938) Sept. 26, 1732 and was recorded in the ship Captain's list as aged 18
years; but the same list gives the name of HENRY SCHISSLER, aged 52; HANCE
JACOB SCHISSLER, aged 22 years and HENRY SCHISSLER, age 16 years, which would
make it appear that the former was the father and the latter two the brothers
of GEORGE SCHISSLER.
"Also, Sept. 24, 1742, JOHN GEORGE SCHISSLER came in the ship "Robert &
Alice" (see ante page 889).
"Again in 1737 GEORGE SCHISSLER, SR., and GEORGE SCHISSLER, Jr, were recorded
as emigrating to Pennsylvania, (see ante page 889); these undoubtedly
belonged to the same family."
Child of GEORGE SCHISSLER is:
2.i.CONRAD2 SCHISSLER, b. 1730-1735.
Generation No. 2
2. CONRAD2 SCHISSLER (GEORGE1) was born 1730-1735.
Notes for CONRAD SCHISSLER:
According to the Monnet Family Genealogy, he, "was very prominent in Berks
County affairs. He served in both Indian wars and the War of the Revolution
(see ante page 434) ...had a large family, but no will or Bible record has
given the genealogy of his family."
In addition to Anna Margaret and Conrad, he probably also had a son, George,
who appears in certain records.
Children of CONRAD SCHISSLER are:
3.i.ANNA MARGARET3 SCHISSLER, b. December 22, 1732; d. December
Generation No. 3
3. ANNA MARGARET3 SCHISSLER (CONRAD2, GEORGE1) was born December 22, 1732,
and died December 14, 1797. She married CHRISTIAN BRAUCHER Abt. 1742 in
Pennslyvania1, son of MICHAEL BRAUCHER and ANNA MARIA.
Notes for ANNA MARGARET SCHISSLER:
The Monnet Family Genealogy says she was born Feb 22, 1732.
Notes for CHRISTIAN BRAUCHER:
He was listed in one genealogy as Jacob Christian and also as Christopher.
He and his wife Anna Margaret are buried in the New Bethel churchyard, two
sandstones, with almost illegible inscriptions, marking their graves.
LDS lists the marriage as about 1742. This cannot be right, Chris. would
only be 13, and Anna would be 10. Maybe it is a typo that should be 1752,
which makes more sense.
(Birth and death dates from BRAUCHER Bible, Monnet, p. 920)
>From Monnet Family Genealogy, p. 920:
"VI. Family Records. Concerning the Braucher Family records, sev-
eral years ago there came into the possession of Mrs. Mary Jane Monnett-
Hull of Findlay, Ohio, the old family Bible which had been in the Braucher
family for over a hundred years and the same Bible as mentioned in the
will of Catherine Braucher, wife of Conrad' (see ante. page 657). It is
now in possession of Mrs. Hull's daughter, Mrs. Attie Hull-Metzler of
Columbus. Ohio. The Bible itself is a curiosity and a unique heirloom,
being of course in the German language, and, as an entry shows, was
presented to Christopher Braucher by his mother on his birthday, Decem-
ber 15, 1781. "
Children of ANNA SCHISSLER and CHRISTIAN BRAUCHER are:
4.i.FREDERICK4 BRAUCHER, b. Berks County, Pennslyvania.
5.ii.CHRISTIAN BRAUCHER, b. 1755; d. 1804.
6.iii.JACOB BRAUCHER, b. May 29, 1760, Albany Township, Berks
County, Pennsylvania; d. Bef. April 22, 1806.
iv.JOHN BRAUCHER, b. December 06, 1768.
Notes for JOHN BRAUCHER:
His birth is also listed as: 10 Aug 1764, Albany Twp', Berks, 'Pennsylvania
LDS Film Number: 2034793
7.v.PETER BRAUCHER, b. December 06, 1768; d. Albany Township,
Berks County, Pennsylvania.
8.vi.CONRAD BRAUCHER, b. April 25, 1771; d. January 25, 1822.
viii.ANNA MARIA BRAUCHER, b. Abt. 1764, Albany Twp. Berks County,
Pennslyvania; m. MICHAEL ALBRIGHT.
Notes for ANNA MARIA BRAUCHER:
Father listed as Albert C. BRAUCHER in LDS IGI records, film #2034640.
ix.BARBARA BRAUCHER, b. September 04, 17612; m. GEORGE KESSLER.
Notes for BARBARA BRAUCHER:
Christening: 4 Oct 1761 Albany Twp', Berks, 'Pennsylvania
More About BARBARA BRAUCHER:
Fact 1: October 04, 1761, Christening: Albany Twp', Berks, 'Penn3
x.CATHERINE BRAUCHER, b. LYNN TWP.LEHIGH CO. PA; d. November
Notes for CATHERINE BRAUCHER:
According to the History of Berks County, Pennsylvania, p. 1424, She left an
heir, Jacob DITZIUS.
A Catherine BRAUCHERIN, aged 17 years was confirmed on Good Friday, April 2,
1779, by Frederich Miller, Evan. Luth. Prediger, and communed on April 4,
1779. (Monnet, p. 918)
xi.ANNA ELIZABETH BRAUCHER, b. August 10, 1772.
xii.ANNA MAGDALENA BRAUCHER, m. JACOB ZIMMERMAN.
xiii.CHRISTINA BRAUCHER, b. July 31, 1780, Albany Twp. Berks Co.
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