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1 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WISSER, G.A. (P1)
 
2  Repository (R-2146522546)
 
3  Source (S-2138213468)
 
4  Source (S-2136384198)
 
5  Source (S-2136384012)
 
6  Source (S-2136237925)
 
7  Source (S-2129653585)
 
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476. William BISHOP Sr.11 was born in 1755 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. He died in 1836 in Hopkins County, Kentucky. He was buried in 1836 in Hopkins County, Kentucky.

477. Hannah.11Children were:

238

i.
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William BISHOP Jr..
ii.

Charles W. BISHOP11 was born about 1795. He died about 1830 in Hopkins County, Kentucky.
iii.

Rhoda BISHOP11 was born about 1783.
iv.

Eli BISHOP11 was born about 1780 in South Carolina.
v.

Rebecca BISHOP11 was born about 1788.
vi.

Martha BISHOP.11
vii.

James BISHOP11 was born about 1795 in Kentucky. He appeared in the Federal Census in 1850 in Hopkins County, Kentucky.
viii.

Hannah B. BISHOP11 was born about 1792. 
BISHOP, William Sr. (I156)
 
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Amos Dobson and Elizabeth McKinney Tree

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WikiTree

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Bonner-1446

 
BONNER, Jonathan (P252)
 
10

Oscar E. Wisser
Newspaper dated ?

The death early yesterday morning of Oscar E. Wisser, 58, a farmer at Walberts, was attributed to suicide by Deputy Coroner Dr. H. E. Guth, of Siegersville. Wisser while on his way to work in the fields yesterday morning stopped at the barn and hung himself with a hitching strap which was fastened to an extending beam just outside the barn.
Born in South Whitehall township, a son of Emanuel and Mary, nee Krauss, Wisser, December 25, 1876, deceased resided there for a number of years. For the past twenty-nine years, he had been a resident of Walbert?s.
Mr. Wisser was a teacher in the South Whitehall schools for eighteen years. Deciding to discontinue school work he went into the coal business at Walberts and operated successfully for some time. During the past several years he has done nothing but farming. He was a member of the Allen Lodge, I. O. O. F., Allentown.
Surviving are his wife, Maria S. (Hunsicker) Wisser; four children, Sadie and Elmer, at home, Morris of Guth?s Station, and Herbert, Catasauqua; three sisters, Mrs. Milton Buchman, Kratzer, Mrs. Havey Stauffer, Troxell?s Crossing, and Mrs. E. J. Reichert, Cetronia; one brother, Oliver Wisser, this city.
Rev. John L. Guth, pastor of Jordan Reformed Church will officiate at the funeral services of which due notice will be given.
Brief services for the relatives will be held from his late home on Saturday at 2 p.m., daylight saving time, followed by public services in Jordan Reformed Church, Walberts, and interment in the adjoining cemetery. Viewing Friday from 7 to 9.

Submitted by Sue Jones

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WISSER, Oscar E. (P539)
 
11
Flora S. Wisser


April 09, 1999|The Morning Call


Flora S. Wisser, 91, of Lehigh Center, Lower Macungie Township, formerly of Macungie, died Wednesday, April 7, in Lehigh Valley Hospital, Salisbury Township. She was the wife of the late George W. Wisser.

Born in Zionsville, she was a daughter of the late William and Mary (Geissinger) Hiestand.

She was a member of Upper Milford Mennonite Church and Sunday school teacher there for many years.

Survivors: Daughters, Janice E. Saad of Macungie and Mary Jane, wife of Andrew Wightman of Santa Maria, Calif., two grandsons and two great-grandchildren.

Services: 11 a.m. Monday in the church. Call 10-11 a.m. Monday in church. Arrangements, Horace W. Schantz Funeral Home, Emmaus.

Contributions: Church memorial fund.
 
HEISTED, Flora S. (P479)
 
12 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WISSER, G.R. (I501)
 
13
http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/lehigh/church/egyp0001.txt

Records of Egypt Reformed Church
Lehigh County, Pennsylvania
1734-1807
From Pennsylvania Archives, Sixth Series, Volume 6


This information on this page was compiled by Lehigh County, Pennsylvania
GENWEB volunteer, Linnea Miller.

1741
TRAXEL, Georg Friederich, s. Peter TRAXEL, deacon of the Reformed
congregation here, and w. Juliana Catharina TRAXEL; b. -; bap. July 28,
1741; sp. Georg KERN, Frederich NEUHART, Salome GUT, Lorentz GUT's wife,
Susanna RUCH, Georg RUCH's (See Note 15) wife.



14. Lorentz GUTH was a native of Zweibruecken and landed at Philadelphia on
Sept. 19, 1738. He owned a large tract of land in Whitehall township and had
six children, Juliana Margaret, wife of Peter KOHLER; Lorentz, Peter, Eva
Barbara, wife of George Henry MERTZ; Margaret, wife of Adam DORNEY, and Adam
GUTH.

15. Gorge RUCH was born in Zinzendorf, Alsace, in 1664, and died in
Whitehall township in 1769, aged one hundred and four years and eleven
months.

33. Lorent GUTH, son of Lorent GUTH, was born Jan. 21, 1743 and died Nov. 9,
1814. He was twice married and had fourteen children, eight sons and six
daughter.

54. Peter GUTH was a son of Lorentz GUTH, Sr. and was born Feb. 7, 1746. He
married Eva Catharina LEHR. 
GUTH, Lorentz Sr. (I780)
 
14
Name:
Homer Bonner

SSN:
446-03-4445

Last Residence:
95202 Stockton, San Joaquin, California, United States of America

Born:
20 Dec 1913

Died:
22 Oct 2001

State (Year) SSN issued:
Oklahoma (Before 1951)
 
BONNER, Homer Mearl (Red) (P255)
 
15 His will was recorded.

Appraisement of estate of Henry Laurance. Amt.: 37-14-2. Appraisers: Jas. Shelton, David Hudson, Wm. Johnson. Returned by Elizabeth Laurance, Extx. Rcd. 11 April 1768.


Cite:Nancy Chappeliear and Kate Binford Hatch, Louisa Co. VA Will Books 1743 - 1819, page 20, W. B. 2, p. 43, Appraisement of estate of Henry Laurance. 
Family F428
 
16 Henry made a will on 31 July 1767.
Will of Henry Laurance of Fredericksville Parish. Dated 31 July 1767. Rcd. 11 April 1768. To wife Elizabeth Laurance 100 acre plantation I now live on. 100 acre part I now live on to be sold to pay Joseph Walker. All my children not names. Signed: Henry Laurance. Wit: William Sharp Smith, Sarah Hatcher, Lilly Ann Smith. Exors: wife & John Laurance.


His will was recorded on 11 April 1768 in Louisa Co., Virginia.

Cite: Nancy Chappeliear and Kate Binford Hatch, Louisa Co. VA Will Books 1743 - 1819, page 18, W. B. 2, p. 22, Will of Henry Laurance.
 
Family F428
 
17 Death certificate ? if you look it up it will have Mrs. Dan Wisser instead of Mr. (Information from Shirley E. Miller) WISSER, Daniel Adam (I630)
 
18 Gabriel Kohler and Christina Strom names are written on the grave stone of their son Johannes Kohler. KOHLER, Gabriel (I783)
 
19 Gabriel Kohler and Christina Strom names are written on the grave stone of their son Johannes Kohler. STROM, Christina (Burckh?) (I784)
 
20 I have this information on him from the book "History of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania" . If I remember correctly it was published about 1914.


Jonathan Wieser, (was) a
native of Berks county, where he carried on the
trade of weaver (mostly bed-spreads) near Hamburg,
for a number of years; then located in Lehigh
county, where he conducted farming operations
in different localities. He died at Allentown,
aged 86 years. In early life he was a
staunch Democrat, but in later years became a
Republican. He was married to Hannah Henninger,
of Whitehall township, near Wennersville,
and they had twelve children, six of whom
died in infancy: Jonathan; Adeline, m. William
Ritter; Mary, m. Edward Eisenhard; Henry
W.; Gideon; and Thos. L. 
WIESER, Jonathan (I194)
 
21 "Whitmal Bonner (1775-1820) appears first on the tax books of Greene County in 1796 at which time he owned 65 acres on Shoulderbone Creek, and one slave. He was enrolled in "Captain Kimbrough's District, Lower Battalion of Greene County" which was near father's place on Powell Creek. He remained in the community for three or four years after which time his taxable property had increased to approximately 300 acres and 4 slaves. He appeared on the Appalachee in 1803 where he returned land for taxes in Clarke County. In 1808 he appears in Morgan County where he began to purchase land in the adjacent county of Jasper. In 1817 he bought from Isaac Newton lot number 97 in the Sixteenth District. This lot of 200 acres lies on Shoal Creek within six miles of the court house in Monticello, on the road leading to Shady Dale. Since this apparently was a highly developed farm it is believed that it became his place of residence. A two-story house of hewn logs, probably dating to this period, was standing in 1965 on this lot. A less likely location of Whitmal's residence is on lot number 224 in the Thirteenth District, acquired from William Keener in 1815. This lot lies south of Monticello on Wolf Creek. (Earlier, he had bought a fractional part of this lot from Phoebe Gibbs.) Still a third location might be lot number 15 lying also on Wolf Creek, in the Fourteenth District which had been drawn by John Pearce in the land lottery of 1806. Apparently this purchase made of John Pearce in 1808 for $550 was the first land purchased by Whitmal in Jasper County.

Whitmal died intestate in 1821, by which time hi had acquired a relatively large estate. The records of the administration of his estate indicate the his wife at this time was Alice (Allie) Selman, daughter of Col John Stedman who lived on Freeman's Creek in Clarke County. Whitmal was the father of fifteen children, ten of whom were minors. In the division of his property, each legatee received from one to three Negro Slaves."

Minor sons of Whitmal in 1821:

Whitmal Jones Bonner

Bedford Bonner

William S. Bonner

Excerpted from James C Bonner Professor of History Georgia College Milledgeville, Georgia parenthesis original 
BONNER, Whitmal (I512)
 
22 10/20/2013
Searching 1900 census for this family. Unable to locate in:
Texas - Grayson County - Dennison Ward 3 - District 98
Texas - Grayson County - Dennison Ward 3 - District 99
Texas - Grayson County - Justice Precinct 3 - District 102
Texas - Grayson County - Justice Precinct 3 - District 103
Texas - Grayson County - Justice Precinct 3 - District 104 
Family F40
 
23 110 Pennyslvania Inf. Civil War Muster Rolls as connected by Gary Wisser, Source (S-2129628352)
 
24 1850 Federal Census for the Town of Tioga, Tioga Co., New York Family F277
 
25 1860 Coosa County Census, 11 Aug 1860, Source (S-2129628354)
 
26 1870 Source (S-2129628411)
 
27 1870 PA Census Lehigh, Southwhitehall p519, Source (S-2129628356)
 
28 1880 PA Census, Lehigh, South Whitehall p468A (Cen1880PA001), Source (S-2129628361)
 
29 1880 PA Census, Lehigh, South Whitehall p469C (Cen1880PA002), Source (S-2129628362)
 
30 1900 Census WISSER, Allen Nathaniel (P409)
 
31 1910 census, Marshall County, OK, Source (S-2129628364)
 
32 1910 Lehigh County Census, Source (S-2129628365)
 
33 1920 Census, Willis, Marshall County, OK, Source (S-2129628367)
 
34 1929 Birth certificate of son Jimmie list Joe's birthplace as Duncan, Oklahoma PATTON, Joseph Windon (Joe) (P617)
 
35 1930 Census Luzerne, paart of Plymouth Township, Source (S-2129628368)
 
36 1940 census lists Joe's birth location as Texas PATTON, Joseph Windon (Joe) (P617)
 
37 236. John T. MATTHEWS Sr. was born about 1779 in South Carolina. He died before 1860. John T. MATTHEWS Sr. and Sarah were married before 1804.

237. Photo Sarah24 was born about 1783 in South Carolina. She appeared in the Federal Census in 1860 in Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky. She appeared in the Federal Census in 1870 in Crittenden County, Kentucky. She died on 29 Oct 1873 in Crittenden County, Kentucky. She was buried after 29 Oct 1873 in Mathews Cemetery, Frances, Crittenden County, Kentucky. Children were:

118

i.

Zachariah C. MATTHEWS.
ii.

Nancy MATTHEWS.
iii.

Joseph MATTHEWS.
iv.

James C. MATTHEWS was born about 1819/20 in Kentucky. He appeared in the Federal Census in 1850 in Crittenden County, Kentucky. He appeared in the Federal Census in 1860 in Crittenden County, Kentucky. He appeared in the Federal Census in 1870 in Crittenden County, Kentucky. He died in Kentucky. He was buried in Mathews Cemetery, Frances, Crittenden County, Kentucky.
v.

Photo John T. MATTHEWS Jr.25 was born on 4 Jan 1824 in Kentucky. He appeared in the Federal Census in 1850 in Livingston County, Kentucky. He appeared in the Federal Census in 1860 in Dycusburg, Crittenden County, Kentucky. He appeared in the Federal Census in 1870 in Crittenden County, Kentucky. He died on 23 Aug 1910 in Crittenden County, Kentucky. He was buried after 23 Aug 1910 in Mathews Cemetery, Frances, Crittenden County, Kentucky.
vi.

Rebecca MATTHEWS was born about 1826.

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MATTHEWS, John T. Sr. (I150)
 
38 472. Victor MATTHEWS was born between 1727 and 1730 in County Cork, Ireland. He was a court witness in 1755 in York County, Pennsylvania. He died in Jan 1796 in Abbeville County, South Carolina. He was buried in Jan 1796 in Abbeville County, South Carolina.

473. Isabell was born about 1731. Children were:

i.

Esther MATTHEWS was born in 1753 in probably South Carolina. She died on 11 Sep 1832 in Greene County, Alabama. She was buried after 11 Sep 1832 in Wedgeworth Cemetery, Greene County, Alabama.
ii.

Ann MATTHEWS was born in probably South Carolina.
iii.

Elizabeth MATTHEWS was born in probably South Carolina.
iv.

Rebekah MATTHEWS was born in probably South Carolina.
236

v.

John T. MATTHEWS Sr..
vi.

James MATTHEWS was born between 1780 and 1784 in probably South Carolina.
vii.

Isaac MATTHEWS was born between 1784 and 1794 in probably South Carolina. He died before 22 Oct 1844 in Hopkins County, Kentucky.

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MATTHEWS, Victor (I152)
 
39 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WISSER, L.S. (P765)
 
40 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WISSER, E.J. (P764)
 
41 A dock worker and office clerk for various trucking firms in the Lehigh Valley area for most of his life. He was last employed by Roadway Inc., Tannersville, PA before retiring in 1982. He served in the Army Air Corps during World War II. WISSER, William O. (P548)
 
42 According to "Jordan United Church of Christ" death record, Joseph and Catherine had 4 sons and 2 daughters. (gaw 4/6/2014) Family F299
 
43 According to ?History Of Lehigh County?, published in 1914, Peter ?settled in Mexico and there followed contract work in the silver mines until a revolution broke out, and on account of it, he returned to his native country. He had intended to return to Mexico, but upon learning that the difficulties had not yet quieted down, he came to this country.? WISSER, Joannes Petrus (I278)
 
44 Addresses:

247 N Linden Ave, Rialto, CA, 92376-5407 (1993 -1996)

11865 Riverside Av, Colton, CA, 92324

318 W Francis, Ontario, CA, 91761 (1977)  
WISSER, Dale Oliver (P2)
 
45 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MORRIS, S.A. (P436)
 
46 AKA: Maggie Fink SHELHAMER, Margaret Jane (P459)
 
47 AKA: Maggie Vogelsang SHELHAMER, Margaret Jane (P459)
 
48 Also known as Bertha May Fink (her step-father's last name) VOGELSANG, Bertha May (P366)
 
49 Also known as Edith Frantz during first marriage. MYERS, Edith (I1220)
 
50 Also listed under Wieser WISSER, Lydia (I193)
 

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