4. Annis WISHARD17 was born on 25 December 1775 in prob Delaware.8,18,27,28 She died on 15 July 1848 at the age of 72 in Johnson County, Indiana.9,18,29 She was buried in Nolin Cemetery, Johnson County, Indiana.30
Also said to have been born near Philadelphia and also in Delaware. Her sister Nancy claimed to have been born in Delaware, but both Samuel & Jane, siblings just older and younger than Annis were born in Pennsylvania according to the 1850 census.
"The Wishard Family" article says she was born Sept 1776 just before the Battle of Brandywine. The Battle of Brandywine took place Sep 11, 1777; this statement may refer to Jane instead. There is definitely a problem with the birthdates of Samuel, Annis, and Jane, although all are believed to have born "on the waters of the Brandywine". The Kinnick Family Book gives the year as 1775.
1820 Census, Fleming Co KY
1830 Census, Johnson Co IN
Not found in 1840 census.
Buried Old Pioneer Clark Cemetery across the road from where the lived. This burial ground given by daughter Susan & husband Archibald Glenn Clark in 1830 from the corner of their farm where two of their little daughters were buried.
Annis WISHARD and Andrew ROBISON were married on 16 September 1796 in Mason County, Kentucky.31 Andrew ROBISON was born in 1769 in Ulster District, County Tyrone, Ireland.13 He died on 5 October 1799 at the age of 30 in Nicholas County, Kentucky.13
Annis WISHARD and Andrew ROBISON had the following children:
Annis WISHARD and William ALEXANDER were married on 4 October 1803 in Fleming County, Kentucky.29,32 William ALEXANDER was born on 7 May 1770 in North Carolina.32 He died on 21 May 1810 at the age of 40 in Fleming County, Kentucky.32
Annis WISHARD and William ALEXANDER had the following children:
Annis WISHARD and James John TODD were married on 12 June 1814 in Fleming County, Kentucky.31,32 James John TODD was born in 1757 in Dublin, Ireland.28,32 He died on 11 May 1832 at the age of 75 in Johnson County, Indiana.32
The Kinnick book gives his name as just John Todd.
Buried Old Pioneer Clark Cemetery, now called Nolin Cemetery, across the road from where they lived. This burial ground given by daughter Susan & husband Archibald Glenn Clark in 1830 from the corner of their farm where two of their little daughters were buried.
Annis WISHARD and James John TODD had the following children: