Of The Holy Roman HEINRICH VI7,111,504
was born in Nov 1165 in Schwaben, Bavaria. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:
Alt. Birth] He died on 28 Sep 1197. Name Suffix:<NSFX>
King of Sicily
Name Prefix:<NPFX> Holy Roman Emperor
Name Suffix:<NSFX> King of Sicily
Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9B9S-PT Parents: Barbarossa Holy Roman Emp FRIEDRICH I and Empress Of The Holy Roman BEATRIX.
Emperor Of Holy Roman Emp HEINRICH VII7,45 was born in 1274 in Of, Luxembourg.463 He died on 24 Aug 1313.463 From the Maybee Society files. The data is not verified and is possibly incorre ct. Parents: Count Luxembourg HENRI III and Beatrice DE BEAUMONT AVESNES.
Spouse: Countess Of Brabant MARGUERITE. Emperor Of Holy Roman Emp HEINRICH VII and Countess Of Brabant MARGUERITE were married on 9 Jun 1292.463 Children were: King Of Bohemia JAN, Marie Of LUXEMBOURG, Princess Of Luxembourg BEATRIX.
Duke II HEINRICH Of Austria7,45 was born about 1112 in Of, Wien, Wien, Austria.463 He died on 13 Jan 1176/77 in Schottenkloster.463 He was buried in Of, Wien, Wien, Austria. From the Maybee Society files. The data is not verified and is possibly incorre ct. Parents: Margrave Of Austria* Leopold III Of AUSTRIA and Imperial Princess AGNES.
Andres HEINTZ7,138,188 was born in 1758. Parents: Johannes HEINTZ. Parents: Johannes HEINTZ and ANN.
Christian HEINTZ.188 Parents: Johannes HEINTZ.
Christiana HEINTZ.188 Parents: Jacob Heintz\ HINES and Mary ELIZABETH.
Spouse: Christopher MATTOX.
Christina HEINTZ7,138,188 was born in 1754. Parents: Johannes HEINTZ. Parents: Johannes HEINTZ and ANN.
Daniel HEINTZ7,138,188 was born in 1714. Parents: Johannes HEINTZ. Parents: Johannes HEINTZ and MARY.
Elizabeth HEINTZ7,138,188 was born in 1752. Parents: Johannes HEINTZ. Parents: Johannes HEINTZ and ANN.
Heinrich HEINTZ7,138,188 was born in 1712. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] Parents: Johannes HEINTZ. Parents: Johannes HEINTZ and MARY.
Johannes HEINTZ7,138,188 was born in 1695. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]
Johannes HEINTZ7,138,188 was born about 1720. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] He died in Philadelphia Co., PA.. Parents: Johannes HEINTZ. Parents: Johannes HEINTZ and MARY.
Spouse: ANN. Johannes HEINTZ and ANN were married. Children were: Rudolph HINES, Heinrich Or Henry HEINTZ-HINES, Daniel HEINTZ HINES, Philip HEINTZ, Andres HEINTZ, Christina HEINTZ, Elizabeth HEINTZ, Johannes HEINTZ, Jacob Heintz\ HINES.
Johannes HEINTZ7,138,188 was born in 1744. Parents: Johannes HEINTZ. Parents: Johannes HEINTZ and ANN.
Spouse: Gertrude DEITCH.
Spouse: Gertrude DEITH.
Philip HEINTZ.138 Parents: Johannes HEINTZ and ANN.
Phillip HEINTZ7,188 was born in 1750. Parents: Johannes HEINTZ.
Spouse: Anna KRABILL.
Rudolph HEINTZ7,188 was born in 1745. Parents: Johannes HEINTZ.
Spouse: Sarah HUFF.
Daniel HEINTZ HINES.138 Parents: Johannes HEINTZ and ANN.
Heinrich Or Henry HEINTZ-HINES.138 Parents: Johannes HEINTZ and ANN.
Living HEINTZE.3 Parents: Living HEINTZE and Living BOYD.
Living HEINTZE.3 Parents: Living HEINTZE and Living BOYD.
Living HEINTZE.3 Parents: Living HEINTZE and Living BOYD.
Lucinda HEINTZELMAN3,413 was born about 1880.3,413 She died WFT Est 1912-1974.3,413 She is reference number 93687.
Benjamin F. HEINY3,281,474,475,1038 was born about 1841.3,281 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,1038 He died Unknown in Of Kirksville, Adair, Missouri.3,281 He is reference number 75053. [boyd-trees.ged]
Family Record, Descendants of John and Mary-Fulton-Boyd, Mo nograph, prepared by M. Hillis Boyd, Freeport, PA.
Spouse: Sarah I. BOYD. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,281,474 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,1038 They were married on 9 Nov 1871.3,475 Reference Number:839872 Children were: Elizabeth Blanche HEINY, Margaret HEINY, Nora Louise HEINY, Frank Roy HEINY, John Dale HEINY, Mary Agnes HEINY.
Elizabeth Blanche HEINY3,1038 was born on 28 Jun 1872.3,1038 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 83470. She was in Teacher.3,1038 Parents: Benjamin F. HEINY and Sarah I. BOYD.
Frank Roy HEINY3,1038 was born on 24 May 1877 in Armstrong County, PA.3,1038 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 83473. He was in Doctor Of Osteopathy.3,1038 Parents: Benjamin F. HEINY and Sarah I. BOYD.
John Dale HEINY3,1038 was born on 17 Jun 1879 in Armstrong County, PA.3,1038 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 83476. He was in Doctor Of Osteopathy.3,1038 [boyd-trees.ged]
[JAMES.GED] Parents: Benjamin F. HEINY and Sarah I. BOYD.
Living HEINY.3 Parents: Frank Roy HEINY and Ethie Bow GARRETT.
Margaret HEINY3,1038 was born on 25 Feb 1874.3,1038 She died on 14 Oct 1877.3,1038 She is reference number 83471. Parents: Benjamin F. HEINY and Sarah I. BOYD.
Mary Agnes HEINY3,1038 was born on 14 Mar 1883 in Armstrong County, PA.3,1038 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 83477. Parents: Benjamin F. HEINY and Sarah I. BOYD.
Nora Louise HEINY3,1038 was born on 21 Sep 1875.3,1038 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 83472. Parents: Benjamin F. HEINY and Sarah I. BOYD.
Abigail HEINZ3,145 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 77376.
Sally HEIPLE3 was born about 1833 in
Bertha Katherine HEISER3,413 was born on 28 Jun 1876 in Detroit, Michigan.3,413 She died on 16 Oct 1963 in Cleveland, Ohio.3,413 She was buried Unknown in Butternut Ridge Cenetery North Olmsted, OH.3,413 She is reference number 92092. She was in Seamstress.3,413 She lived in Cleveland, Ohio.3,413 [boyd-trees.ged]
Bertha was a seamstress in Cleveland. She worked for many wealthy families and often lived in their homes and traveled with them. A family named Gardiner was the primary client. She had a reputation of saying very much what she thought and she did not want for thoughts. She and her brother Henry often had arguments well into their 70's. At one point when they were in there 70's they got into a discussion about physical prowess and ended with both of them doing push ups on Henry's living room floor. Elmer Heiser recalls the time as a youth when Aunt Bertha came to dinner with the family. After the meal she asked Elmer to please get her a finger bowl. Henry Heiser said, "Elmer, tell Aunt Bertha that the bath tub is upstairs". Beryl Peck reports that Bertha would spend 3-4 months each year in New York sewing for the very wealthy Gardiner family.
A spot check of a few Cleveland City Directories have Bertha listed as a dressmaker living at 10813 Earle Ave. N.E. in 1913 & 1916
Buried in Butternut Cemetery, North Olmsted, Ohio
Beryl Heiser Peck claimed that she heard a family story that Bertha had had a boy friend - suitor who was killedin World War I. Parents: Heinrich HEISER and Kathryn Barbara SCHWAB.
Bruce David HEISER3,413 was born on 31 Jul 1910 in Cleveland, OH.3,413 He died on 4 Jan 1995 in Cleveland, Ohio.3,413 He is reference number 92088. He was in Draftsman-Silversmith.3,413 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Personality/Intrst]3,413 He lived in Cleveland OH - Ft Walton Beach, FL.3,413 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Locations]3,413 [boyd-trees.ged]
Served in W.W.II with 99th Infantry Div.. Due to very poor hearing he was transfered to Aberdeen Md. and did not go overseas with the 99th. In Aberdeen he served with Army Ordnance, then was transfered to White Sands Proving Ground in New Mexico. He was discharged in December 1945.
January 8, 1995
The Cleveland Plain Dealer had the following obit.
Bruce Heiser, 84, silversmith, designed and repaired jewelery
by Karen Henderson
Bruce D. Heiser once used his skills as a master gold- and silversmith to repair the 200 pound Davis Cup tennis trophy when the tournament played in Cleveland in the early 1970's.
Working in the basement of his home, he repaired metal art objects, antiques and precious pieces of jewelry. He also designed unique pieces of jewelery.
Research he conducted on a silver chalice he was repairing for an antiques dealer disclosed that it was made in Ethiopia in the 1600s.
Mr. Heiser, 84, was born in Cleveland, where he spent most of his life. He died Thursday at Lutheran Medical Center in Cleveland.
He joined Potter & Mellen Inc. jewelers after graduating from Lincoln High School in 1929 and served an apprenticeship for master art metal craftsmanship.
While working, he studied sculpting, figure drawing and design at John Huntington Polytechnic Institute and the Art Institute. He also was tutored at the Louis C. Tiffany Foundation at Oyster Bay, Long Island, on art metal work, enameling, jewelry design, painting and etching.
During World War II, Mr. Heiser served in Aberdeen, Md., and White Sands, NM., beginning in the infantry's 99th Division and transferring to Ordnance. He made models of new tanks and guns, and after the war he worked with Werner Von Braun, and early architect of the U.S. space program.
In 1945, Mr. Heiser started his own business and later went to work for Westinghouse as a draftsman. He also worked for Precision Products, his brother's business, in the late 1940s. In 1951, he began working for the General Motors Tank Plant.
After retiring, he ran his own business designing and repairing jewelry for area jewelers. He was a member of the Masons.
He is survived by his sons, David B. of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Charles "Chip" of Cleveland; a daughter, Shirley B. Heiser of Cleveland, three granddaughters and a grandson. His wife, Neva, died in 1989.
Arrangements were handled by Malloy Memorial Services, 1575 W. 117thSt. Cleveland. No services were scheduled.
_____________________________________________________________ Parents: Henry Charles HEISER and Gertrude Jane CLEZIE.
Catherina Elizabethe HEISER3,413 was born on 28 Nov 1846 in Kirtorf, Germany.3,413 She died on 17 Jan 1937.3,413 She is reference number 92887. Parents: Johann Balthasar HEISER and Anna Katherina SCHENK.
Spouse: William SCHAFER. William SCHAFER and Catherina Elizabethe HEISER were married WFT Est 1875-1909.3,413 Reference Number:1477389 Children were: Elizabeth SCHAFER, Edward W. SCHAFER, Archabald H. SCHAFER.
Elizabethe HEISER3,413 was born on 17 Oct 1844 in Kirtorf, Germany.3,413 She died on 21 Nov 1895.3,413 She is reference number 92886. Parents: Johann Balthasar HEISER and Anna Katherina SCHENK.
Evangelina Magdalena HEISER3,413 was born on 4 Feb 1884 in Cleveland, Ohio.3,413 She died on 7 Aug 1956 in Cleveland, Ohio.3,413 She was also known as Ka Madeline. She is reference number 92094. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Ethnicity/Relig.]3,413 Parents: Heinrich HEISER and Kathryn Barbara SCHWAB.
Franklin F. HEISER3,413 was born on 13 Mar 1906 in Cleveland, OH.3,413 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Event 1]3,413 He died on 7 Apr 1992 in Berea, OH.3,413 He was buried Unknown in Litchfield, OH.3,413 He is reference number 92306. He was in Executive Sec Cleveland Grocers Group.3,413 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Personality/Intrst]3,413 He lived in Columbia Station, Ohio.3,413 [boyd-trees.ged]
Born in Cleveland, and graduated from lakewood High School in 1924. He attended Dyke College for two years. He worked in his fathers grocery store ion North Olmstand then left to become executive secrrtary of the Cleveland grocers association. He was a lobbyist with the Ohio General Assembly. He was a Mason and the Commodore of the Vermillion Yacht Club.
The Bible the Beryl Peck has (1993) says that he is buried in Litchfield, Ohio. Parents: Frederick William HEISER and Marian WILLIAMS.
Frederick William HEISER3,413 was born on 23 Sep 1879 in Cleveland, Ohio.3,413 He died on 3 Jul 1971 in North Olmsted, Ohio.3,413 He was buried Unknown in Butternut Ridge Cenetery North Olmsted, OH.3,413 He is reference number 92093. He was in Grocer.3,413 [boyd-trees.ged]
The Heiser Bible that Beryl Heiser Peck has (1993) lists his death date as July 3, 1971 and says that he is buried in the Butternut Ridge Cemetery in North Olmsted, Ohio.
Beryl Heiser Peck relates a story that Fred was driving a buggy on East 9th street in Cleveland and was hit by a transit company trolly and was seriously injured. He was unconscieous for some weeks and during this time the attorneys for the transit company got his wife to sign a release of fault. The result was that Fred lost all his money. Shortly thereafter he moved to Lakewood and went into the grocery business with a man named Hodina.
Paragraph from newspaper obituary
He opened his first store in 1898. In 1908 he was one of the first grocers in Cleveland to use a motor truck in his business. Later he and a partner operated several stores on Clevelands East Side. In 1918 he sold out his interest in these and opened a store at 27709 Lorain Road, North Olmsted. He retired in 1950. His home was at 27615 Butternut Ridge Road North Olmsted, Ohio.
April 1995 a Mrs. Helen A. Shaw of 1727 N. Dayton Street - Chicago, Ill 60614 is working on the Butternut Ridge Cemetery. She reports that Frederich and his family are buied in lot 543 - his father Heirich is in lot 603. There is also a headstone for Nancy Ann Vogely aged three died 1936 and "Baby" Vogely stillborn April 20, 1929 - these children are buried in graves 5 & 6 of lot 543.
______________________________________________ Parents: Heinrich HEISER and Kathryn Barbara SCHWAB.
Heinrich HEISER3,413 was born on 10 Jun 1850 in Kirtorf, Germany.3,413,2958 He died on 15 Jun 1933 in Cleveland, Ohio.3,413 He is reference number 92090. He was in Pattern And Cabinet Maker.3,413 He lived in Germany-Detroit-Cleveland.3,413 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Ethnicity/Relig.]3,413 [boyd-trees.ged]
In March 1969 Arlan Heiser visited Fred & Marion Heiser and we discussed Heinrich (Henry). They believe that his family owned a tavern in Darmstadt, Germany and that he had a sister in Albany, N.Y.. They think he went there after entering the USA but was married in Detroit. They claim he was quite bright and could speak seven languages. They really did not speak highly of him.
They claim that when World War I started Heinrich was back in Germany and that he was not allowed to return immediately. They were not sure when or how he returned because he did not announce his return, rather someone just happened to see him on Cedar Avenue.
Fred thinks that Heinrich divorced Kathryn in Kokomo, Indiana. Fred recalls that some stranger come to the house seeking Heinrich as he wanted to kill him. The stranger claimed that Heinrich had marrried the mans mother and left with all her money. Arlan Heiser tried, in 1969, to check on the Kokomo story. I went to the county court house and checked the records from 1880 thru 1930 and couldn't find a record of a Henry Heiser but there are some Heisers and Hyzers in the county.
Heinrich worked as a pattern maker and as a cabinetmaker. At one time he worked for an Van Dorn Iron Company. He would disappear from home for periods up to six months and his children really have a very low opinion of him. They think that he may have a patent in his name.
There is a 1953 typed page history of Jessie Street (E 69) that mentions Henry living at #58 in 1886 with two sons Henry and Fred.
My cousin, Richard Heiser, did genealogy and has a copy of a birth certificate for Heinrich from Kirtorf, Germany
Buried Butternut Ridge Cemetery, North Olmsted, Ohio. At time of death his address was 7919 Carnegie Ave. Cleveland, Ohio.
Marian Heiser Vogle recalls that Heinrich lived with them several times during her childhood. She says he was not a very demonstrative man and each time he came he would shake hands with her and she would find a 5 or 10 dollar bill in her hand. Heinrichs son Fred would never leave his daughter and father alone because he felt that Heinrich was a "real rounder". The Kokomo story may not have been marriage but rather a common-law arrangement.
May, 1994 AH visited the Cuyahoga County Archieves on Franklin Blvd. They have Probate Court records indicating that on October 11, 1880 Heinrich made naturalization application. In the first document he claims that he arrived in the USA on "8th of June 1865", and that he had continued to live in the U.S. since. It is a form for immigrants who came to this country before the age of 18 (page 70). The Probate Judge completing this form has written in the name as Heinrich Heyser but the signature is of "H Heiser. The handwriting is not very good. The second form has the same date and again lists Heinrich Heyser. This is the Oath of Application signed by H. Heiser and Oath of Witness (page 215). The witness to Heinrich's good behavior is one H.P. Brown. The Court is ordered to issue a certificate of citizenship upon the proper payments of costs.
March, 1994 AH visited the genealogical library in Fort Wayne, Indiana. They had Albany, NY city directories and I looked through for Heiser- Schwab - Shafer. In 1869 there was a Jacob Heiser, furnaceman and Abraham Heiser, peddler. In 1870 there is a Henry Heiser, cabinetmaker, living at 73 Central Ave. There are no Schwab's and the only Shafer is Philip a letter carrier and he lives at 133 Central Ave.. In 1871 Henry is listed at the same address. In 1872 Henry is not listed. In 1873 there is a Henry Heise (NO 'R') listed as a machinist, also in this year there is a Frederick Schwab, gardener living at 93 Sherman Ave. In 1874 Henry Heiser is a laborer living at 759 Clinton Ave. and there is a George Schwab, laborer, living at 56 Broad. In the 1875 directory Henry is still listed as a laborer, and there is a Joseph Schwab, junk man on 78 Broad and Mrs. Philip Schwab, widow, at 13 Irving. Also in this year there is a William Shafer, shoemaker living at 583 Clinton. In the 1876 directory Henry Heiser is at 579 Clinton; Albert Schwab, sterotyper at 13 Irving. Henry is still listed in the 1877 directory. In this year his son Henry was born reportedly in Detroit so this may not be "our" Heiser family.
May 10, 1994 at Western Reserve Historical Society I examined the book, "Germans to America"; vol 16 by Glazier; this covers the period Nov. 1864 thru Nov. 1865. The book lists four Heisers; NO Heisser-Heyser-Hiser-Hizer --there were 22 Hauser but none with first name or initial "H". Of the four Heisers one is listed as H. Heiser age 20 male from Germany with no village listed and his occupation was farmer. The vessel was the "Germania" that arrived in New York, June 12, 1865 from Hamburg and Southhampton. He was the only Heiser on this vessel. This ship arrived less than a week after the date Henry (Heinrich) gave on his immigration papers and he was only 15 in 1865. Very probably this was our ancestor. The other Heiser names in this volume were Christopf - Elizabeth - Wilhelm. The were no Schwab's listed on his vessel.
I spot checked several issues of the Cleveland City Directories.
1890-91 There are 12 Heiser's listed including Henry. He is described as a patternmaker living at 58 Jessie
1896-97 There are 14 Heiser's listed including Henry, patternmaker; Henry Jr. laborer; Fred clerk; and all are living at 549 Quincy.
1903-04 There are 20 Heisers. There is Henry, patternmaker and Frederick W. clerk - both are living at 137 Vienna. The other Henry is not included???
June '94 AH visited Albany but learned nothing. Marriage records were not recorded before 1881. There records of the First Lutheran Church produced nothing. I searched Albany, Ward 10 census with no success, Ward 9 is almost impossible to read. The Schwab's that lived at 93 Sherman and this street is only one block north of the Central Ave.
BeryL Heiser Peck reports from her father that his father, Fred, stated that Heinrich was thrown out of his home by his parents because of behavior problems.
_____________________________________________________________ Parents: Johann Balthasar HEISER and Anna Katherina SCHENK.
Spouse: Kathryn Barbara SCHWAB. Heinrich HEISER and Kathryn Barbara SCHWAB were divorced. They were married WFT Est 1881-1915.3,413 Reference Number:1460490 Children were: Wilyam HEISER, Bertha Katherine HEISER, Henry Charles HEISER, Frederick William HEISER, Katherine HEISER, Evangelina Magdalena HEISER.
Heinrich Ludwig HEISER3,413 was born on 7 Apr 1856 in Kirtorf, Germany.3,413 He died on 1 Oct 1861 in Germany.3,413 He is reference number 92888. Parents: Johann Balthasar HEISER and Anna Katherina SCHENK.
Heinrich Melchior HEISER3,413 was born in May 1824 in Kirtorf, Germany.3,413 He died WFT Est 1825-1914.3,413 He is reference number 92897. Parents: Johann Melchior HEISER and Catharina Elisabetha STUMPF.
Henry Charles HEISER3,413 was born on 30 Oct 1877 in Detroit, MI.3,413 He died on 7 Mar 1961 in Parma, OH.3,413 He was buried Unknown in North Royalton, Ohio.3,413 He is reference number 92086. He was in Supt. Astrup Awning, Cleveland, Ohio.3,413 He lived in West Suburbs Of Cleveland, Ohio (Parma).3,413 [boyd-trees.ged]
Henry's brother told Arlan Heiser that Henry left school after the 6th grade because he was more interested in mechanical devices. He did take some technical training, including advanced math, as an adult.
When living in New York he worked for the Cleveland firm, W.S. Tyler, who made ornamental iron such as elavator encloseures and stairways. In NYC they lived in Flatbush (Brooklyn). They were there for about a year and then moved to Montreal, again with Tyler. Bert and Elmer went to first grade here in a private school, Outremonte Academy. Stayed here less than one year. They then returned to Cleveland. Shortly after the family returned he took a job with the Astrup Awning Co. on W. 25th Street - he was the superintendent of the hardward manufacturing division where they made all the awning hardware, pullys, cranks, etc.. The family moved to first to the east side for a very short time and when he hired at Astrup they moved to Forestdale, which is about 3 blocks north from Denison off of W25th. The boys went to East Denison school. Less than a year later they moved to Kuchle Ave. and during WWI this was changed to Delmar Ave. because Kuchle was too German.
About 1925-6 they moved to Fairview Park- about Parkview off 210.
Buried in North Royalton, Oh cemetery. Parents: Heinrich HEISER and Kathryn Barbara SCHWAB.
Spouse: Gertrude Jane CLEZIE. Henry Charles HEISER and Gertrude Jane CLEZIE were married on 26 Apr 1905 in Cleveland, OH Pastor F W Mueller.3,413 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Marriage fact]3,413 Reference Number:1459711 Children were: Wallace Percival HEISER, Bruce David HEISER.
Johann Balthasar HEISER3,413 was born on 26 Apr 1820 in Kirtorf, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany.3,413,2959 He died on 11 Apr 1888 in Kirtorf, Germany.3,413,1067 He is reference number 92849. He was in Sheperd.3,413 Parents: Johann Melchior HEISER and Catharina Elisabetha STUMPF.
Spouse: Anna Katherina SCHENK. Johann Balthasar HEISER and Anna Katherina SCHENK were married on 18 Feb 1844 in Kirtorf, Germany.3,413,2960 Reference Number:1460643 Children were: Elizabethe HEISER, Catherina Elizabethe HEISER, Heinrich HEISER, Heinrich Ludwig HEISER.
Johann Caspar HEISER3,413 was born on 25 Feb 1760 in Kirtorf, Germany.3,413,2075 He died WFT Est 1791-1851.3,413 He is reference number 92859.
Johann Georg HEISER3,413 died on 15 Mar 1819.3,413 He was born about 1819 in Kirtorf, Germany.3,413 He is reference number 92895. Parents: Johann Melchior HEISER and Catharina Elisabetha STUMPF.
Johann Georg HEISER3,413 was born in Jul 1827 in Kirtorf, Germany.3,413 He died on 30 Oct 1827 in Germany.3,413 He is reference number 92898. Parents: Johann Melchior HEISER and Catharina Elisabetha STUMPF.
Johann Melchior HEISER3,413 was born on 17 Feb 1784 in Kirtorf, Germany.3,413,2075 He died on 20 Oct 1870 in Kirtorf, Germany.3,413,1067 He is reference number 92851. Parents: Johann Caspar HEISER and Anna Catherina FROMAN.
Spouse: Catharina Elisabetha STUMPF. Johann Melchior HEISER and Catharina Elisabetha STUMPF were married WFT Est 1827-1855 in Germany.3,413 Reference Number:1476712 Children were: Johann Georg HEISER, Johann Balthasar HEISER, Richter HEISER, Heinrich Melchior HEISER, Johann Georg HEISER.
Katherine HEISER3,413 was born on 3 Jun 1882 in Cleveland, Ohio.3,413 She died on 20 May 1883.3,413 She is reference number 92882. Parents: Heinrich HEISER and Kathryn Barbara SCHWAB.
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