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  • ID: I3600
  • Name: Adam WYSOR
  • Given Name: Adam
  • Surname: WYSOR
  • Sex: M
  • Change Date: 2 FEB 2011
  • Note:
    "Adam Weiser (d. 1797) of Dublin, Pulaski Co., Virginia....Adam Weiser a rrived at Philadelphia on the 'Neptune' on September 23, 1751. He seem s to have settled in Pennsylvania for a time (judging an item in Box 5a o f the Society Collection, Surveys, Historical Society of Pennsylvania). H e settled in Frederick County, Virginia, as early as 1772 (when he sued o ne of his debtors for collection), but, later settled near Dublin, Mont gomery (now Pulaski) County, Virginia. His will (Montgomery County wil ls 1-204) names his wife as Elizabeth. He had several children also na med. The surname seems to have been spelled Wiser for a time and event ually Wysor. He is buried with members of his family in the old Wysor c emetery, near Dublin...."
    "This Virginia family can currently be traced back to Adam Weiser who f irst appears in Lehigh Co., PA (at that time Northampton Co., PA) in 17 55. From where Adam came has for years been a matter of debate and con jecture. Since as early as 1906 it has been stated that Adam was the s on of George Frederick Weiser of Long Island, NY. I have never found p roof of this.....I will say that I find it unlikely that Adam is a son o f George, but I will not entirely rule out this possibility. On Septemb er 23, 1751, an Adam Weiser was among the male passengers (probably ove r the age of sixteen) from the Ship Neptune who took an oath of abjurat ion at the Court House in Philadelphia. Many have suggested that this i s our Adam Weiser. While I think this is likely, there is still no pro of.....As stated earlier, the first positive record we have for our Ada m Weiser is in Lehigh County (Northampton County, PA. In the records o f St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Church in Upper Saucon Twp., we find t hat Adam Weiser and Elizabeth Beck, daughter of Jurg Beck, from the Blu e Mountain, were legitimately married. The date of the marriage is not r ecorded. It is the first of six consecutive marriage entries for which n o date is recorded. The entry immediately preceding these is dated July 6 , 1755. The two following these six are merely dated 1756.....The reco rds of St Paul's also list the baptisms of two of Adam and Elizabeth's c hildren, Catharine and Christina. No baptismal records have yet been l ocated for Adam and Elizabeth's two older children, Henry and Elizabeth . Next we move to the records of Dryland Lutheran Church in Hecktown, B ethlehem Twp., Northampton Co. Here we find the baptismal records for t hree more of Adam and Elizabeth's children, George Adam, John Jacob, an d Mary Margaret.......The baptism of Adam and Elizabeth's daughter Pegg y (Mary Margaret) in 1768 is the last record we currently have of this f amily in PA, and it is probably shortly after this that they migrated s outh into Frederick County, VA, near the town of Winchester....They rem ained in Frederick Co. until the mid to late 1780's, when they migrated e ven further south to Montgomery Co., VA, in an area that would become P ulaski Co. in 1839.......Adam Weiser died circa 1804 in Montgomery Co., V A and his wife, Elizabeth, died circa 1811 in Montgomery Co. They had t en known children..."
    "We turn now to the unwritten history of the Virginia branch, descendan ts from Adam Weiser, a grandson of Johann Conrad Weiser, and his wife, E lizabeth Turnipseed, whose original German name was corrupted to this f orm. They migrated to the neighborhood of Winchester, Virginia, about 1 734, and thence to southwest Virginia. Adam and his wife are buried ne ar Dublin, Virginia, but only their names on their tombstones are decip herable. Their son, Henry Weiser, a revolutionary soldier, and his wif e, Barbara Ann Ripseed (corrupted from Rapeseed or Rapseed), left their r ecords in full. Their new home was in a slightly mountainous but amazi ngly rich country. It was a crossroad of nationalities, a great highwa y between East and West, while remaining a 'West' itself....The Germans o f many religious sects, Lutheran, Reformed, Mennonite, and Moravian wer e marching up and down the longitudinal valleys from Pennsylvania and t he Scotch-Irish were moving along the same routes with them side by sid e. Then English settlers, the Huguenots and the Dutch, came up the riv ers from the Tidewater sections....."
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  • Birth: ABT 1729 in Germany
  • Immigration: 23 SEP 1751 Pennsylvania, USA
  • Note: Arrived on the Neptune as one of 154 passengers under Captain Ja mes Weir from Cowes and Rotterdam and took Oath of Allegiance. Settled i n Pennsylvania for a while. Later, by 1765, he moved south to Frederic ksburg, Spotsylvania County, Virginia, then further in the 1780s to fin ally settling in Montgomery County, which became Pulaski County in 1839 .
  • Event: Tax 1787 Montgomery County, Virginia, USA
  • Note:

    Montgomery County, Virginia, Personal Property Tax List C:
    Adam Wyser -
    White Males 16-21 0
    Blacks over 16 0
    Blacks under 16 0
    Horses, Mares, Colts, Mules 4
    Cattle 7
  • Will: 2 MAR 1797 Montgomery County, Virginia, USA
  • Note:
    Signed with "X", so must not have been literate.
    The will lists:
    Wife - Elizabeth
    Children - Henry, George, Elizabeth (Trinkle), Christiner (Anderson), P eggey (Cecile), Caty (Peack), Mary (Shufflebarger) and Eve (Peack)
    Exeutors - Henry Wiser and son-in-law John Peack
    Witnesses: Daniel Howe, John Ritter and John Trinkle.
    Will recorded in March 1804 by Charles Taylor CMC
    Appraisal taken April 28, 1804 by Joseph Cloyd, Samuel Cecil and John H oge and recorded September 1804 by Charles Taylor CMC
    11
  • Death: 1804 in Dublin, Montgomery (Pulaski) County, Virginia, USA
  • Burial: Wysor Cemetery, Dublin, Montgomery (Pulaski) County, Virginia, USA



    Marriage 1 Elizabeth BECK b: ABT 1732 in Oberriexingen, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
    • Married: 1755 in St Pauls Lutheran Reformed Church, Upper Saucon Twp, Lehigh (Northampton) County, Pennsylvania, USA
    Children
    1. Has Children Henry WYSOR b: 15 APR 1755 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA
    2. Has Children Elizabeth WEISER b: ABT 1756 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA
    3. Has No Children Catherine1 WYSOR b: 20 JUN 1759 in Lehigh (Northampton) County, Pennsylvania, USA
    4. Has Children Christiana WYSOR b: 1 MAR 1760 in Lehigh (Northampton) County, Pennsylvania, USA
    5. Has No Children George Adam WYSOR b: 7 JUN 1763 in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, USA
    6. Has No Children John Jacob WYSOR b: 11 SEP 1765 in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, USA
    7. Has Children Margaret WYSOR b: 12 JAN 1768 in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, USA
    8. Has No Children Catherine WYSOR b: ABT 1770 in Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia, USA
    9. Has Children Mary WYSOR b: ABT DEC 1771 in Frederick County, Virginia, USA
    10. Has No Children Eve WYSOR b: ABT 1776 in Frederick County, Virginia, USA

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: Weiser Family
      Title: Frederick S Weiser, editor, The Weiser Family: A Genealogy of the Fa mily of John Conrad Weiser the Elder (Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania: J ohn Conrad Weiser Family Association, 1960), . amily of John Conrad Weiser the Elder. Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania: J ohn Conrad Weiser Family Association, 1960.
      Page: pg 845-846
    2. Abbrev: Wysor Family, The Early
      Title: Mark Edward Steinke, The Early Wysor Family: with variant spellings W eiser and Wiser, and associated families of Trinkle, Anderson, Cecil, S ufflebarger, and Peck (Privately Printed: Author, 1998), . eiser and Wiser, and associated families of Trinkle, Anderson, Cecil, S ufflebarger, and Peck. Privately Printed: Author, 1998.
      Page: pg 1-3
    3. Abbrev: Durst and Darst Families of America
      Title: Sanford Charles Gladden, The Durst and Darst Families of America wit h Discussions of Some Forty Related Families (Boulder, Colorado: Jo hnson Publishing Company, 1969), . ome Forty Related Families, . th Discussions of Some Forty Related Families. Boulder, Colorado: J ohnson Publishing Company, 1969.
      Page: Page 761-762
    4. Abbrev: Old Sherry: Portrait of a Virginia Family
      Title: Frank J Klingberg, Old Sherry: Portrait of a Virginia Family (Ri chmond, Virginia: Garrett and Massine Inc, 1938), . ichmond, Virginia: Garrett and Massine Inc, 1938.
      Page: Page 11
    5. Abbrev: Weiser Families in America
      Title: Frederick S Weiser, Paulette J Wieser, and Edward H Wiser, Weiser Fa milies in America, The John Conrad Weiser Family Association (New O xford, Pennsylvania: Penobscot Press, 1997), . amilies in America. The John Conrad Weiser Family Association. New O xford, Pennsylvania: Penobscot Press, 1997.
      Page: Vol 2 Pages 1647-1668
    6. Abbrev: Early Adventurers On the Western Waters, Vol 2
      Title: Mary B Kegley and F B Kegley, Early Adventurers On the Western Water s, Vol 2 (Orange, Virginia: Green publishers, Inc, 1982), . >, . rs, Vol 2. Orange, Virginia: Green publishers, Inc, 1982.
      Page: Pages 352-354
    7. Abbrev: Darsts of Virginia
      Title: H Jackson Darst, The Darsts of Virginia: A Chronicle of Ten Generati ons in the Old Dominion (Williamsburg, Virginia: H J Darst, 1972), . ions in the Old Dominion. Williamsburg, Virginia: H J Darst, 1972.
      Page: Pages 383-388
    8. Abbrev: Asa Lee Mattox and Nellie Frances Edwards
      Title: Patricia Eileen Jeski Goodspeed, Asa Lee Mattox and Nellie Frances E dwards: Our Southern Indiana Heritage (Knightstown, Indiana: Privat ely Published, 1983), . dwards: Our Southern Indiana Heritage. Knightstown, Indiana: Privat ely Published, 1983.
      Page: p 164-171
    9. Abbrev: Lou and Lottie Black: Ancestors-Descendants
      Title: Lois Black Beach and Neal F Black, Lou and Lottie Black: Ancestors - D escendants (College Station, Texas: L B Beach, 2003), . escendants. College Station, Texas: L B Beach, 2003.
      Page: p 44-46
    10. Abbrev: Southwest Virginians
      Title: "The Wysor Family," , Southwest Virginians: The Roseberry-Sutton; K eister-Foster and Howell-Burnop Families Primarily Of Montgomery County , VA, Pulaski County, VA and Floyd County, VA (http://freepages.gen ealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~swva/ : accessed ) eister-Foster and Howell-Burnop Families Primarily Of Montgomery County , VA, Pulaski County, VA and Floyd County, VA. http://freepages.gen ealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~swva/ : .
      Page: Accessed; 1 February 2011
    11. Abbrev: Will
      Title: (), Will: ; , , .
      Page: Montgomery County Virginia Will Book 1 Page 204 and 222

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