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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Elizabeth Ann GRAHAM

NOTES: She was the widow of Levi Morgan, when she married James Fisher. She was 15 years older then James. She was 90 years old when she died.


John FISCHER Sr.

NOTES: John was in Pennsylvania as early as 1766 and paid taxes until 1795. Survey of 50 acres of land dated March 1792. Warrant for land 110 acres dated June 1789. Warrant for land 63 acres on 120 perches dated March 1792.

PROBATE RECORDS: John Fisher died prior to August 1795, in Bethel Twp, Bedford (now Fulton County), Pennsylvania. John died intestate and his estate was settled in 1796. John's heirs were his wife Frances and children: Mary wife of John Hill, Mary widow of Paul Fisher, John, Ann wife of Abraham Hess, Margaret wife of George Morgret, Jacob and Mary his wife, and Peter Fisher.


Frances KUHL

NOTES: Frances and John were married before 1783, because her fathers Will which was written in 1783, calls her Frankey Fisher.

NOTES: Frances Fisher of Bethel Twp. whereas my brother Paul Kuhl, late of Hunterdon County, New Jersey, bequested to me.... I appoint as my attorney, my son, Jacob Fisher, of said Bethel Twp. 28 February 1827. (p.221)

NOTES: Frances Fisher of Bethel Twp., Bedford County, Pennsylvania, by my attorney, Jacob Fisher, being a legatee in the WILL, of Paul Kuhl deceased and sister of said deceased acknowledge receipt of $2000.00, 5 June 1827. (p.208)


Henry WARFORD

NOTES: He and his family moved to Lincoln County, Kentucky around 1781. He then went back to Pennsylvania and took sick and died there.


Hannah FISHER

CENSUS RECORDS: 1850 Jefferson County, Kentucky film #442973


Job GRAHAM

He was 30 in 1860 living in Dist #1, Jefferson County, Kentucky with the family of James and Mary FARMER.


Hannah FISHER

CENSUS RECORDS: 1850 Jefferson County, Kentucky film #442973


John Washington FRYAR Sr.

He was 3 in 1850.

He was 12 in 1860 and was attending school.

MILITARY RECORDS: John served in the Union Army during the Civil War and according to family tradition he was a prisoner of war. He was in the same company as his father-in-law John Fisher.

CENSUS RECORDS: 22 Sep 1870 Lindle Pct, Union, Kentucky film #552000, family #88/90, page #311
FRYER, John age 22, male, farmer, $400.00, KY
FRYER, Mary E. age 23, female, keeps house, KY
FRYER, John W. age 7/12, male, born in NOV, KY

CENSUS RECORDS: 1880 Clayville, Webster, Kentucky Film #1254446, Page #119
John FRIER Self M M W 33 IN
Occ: Farmer Fa: IN Mo: IN
Mary FRIER Wife F M W 34 KY
Occ: Housekeeper Fa: KY Mo: KY
John W. FRIER Son M S W 10 KY
Fa: IN Mo: KY
Mary L. FRIER Dau F S W 7 KY
Fa: IN Mo: KY
William FRIER Son M S W 5 KY
Fa: IN Mo: KY
Daisy FRIER Dau F S W 2 KY
Fa: IN Mo: KY

CENSUS RECORDS: 20 June 1900 Salem, Livingston, Kentucky page #238, family #252/255
FRIAR, John head, male, Jul 1847, age 52, md 31 yrs, farmer, IN IN UNK
FRIAR, Mary E. wife, female, Jan 1845, age 55, mother of 7 with 6 living, KY KY KY
FRIAR, James O. son, male, Sep 1883, age 16, attends school, KY IN KY
FRIAR, Thomas H. son, male, Jun 1888, age 11, attends school, KY IN KY

He was 63 in 1910, married 42 years, name spelled FRYAR, living in Dist #3, Livingston County, Kentucky.

He was 72 in 1920 living in Salem, Livingston, Kentucky.

When he and Ellen were older they lived with their daughter Daisy Vaughn in Blackford, Kentucky.


Mary Ellen FISHER

She was 7 in 1850.

She was 16 in 1860.

MILITARY RECORDS: Thomas Hanley served in the Union Army, Company B, North Cumberland Battalion as a Sargent. He enlisted at Caseyville, Kentucky and was mustered out at Henderson, Kentucky. He and John Fryar and Isaac Fisher enlisted at the same time in the same company. So they more then likely new each other. Did he die during the war or shortly after the war and then John Fryar married his widow, Mary Ellen Fisher Hanley????

She was 34 in 1880.

She was 55 in 1900 and she was the mother of 7 children but only 6 were still living.

She was 65 in 1910, married twice, and she was the mother of 7 children but only 6 were still living

She was 75 in 1920.


Thomas HANLEY

He served in the Union Army Company B, North Cumberland Battalion as a
Sargent. He enlisted at Caseyville, Kentucky and was mustered out at
Henderson, Kentucky. He and John Fryar and Isaac Fisher enlisted at the same
time in the same company. So they more then likely new each other. Did he
die during the war or shortly after the war and then John Fryar married his widow, Mary Ellen Fisher Hanley????


Mary Ellen FISHER

She was 7 in 1850.

She was 16 in 1860.

MILITARY RECORDS: Thomas Hanley served in the Union Army, Company B, North Cumberland Battalion as a Sargent. He enlisted at Caseyville, Kentucky and was mustered out at Henderson, Kentucky. He and John Fryar and Isaac Fisher enlisted at the same time in the same company. So they more then likely new each other. Did he die during the war or shortly after the war and then John Fryar married his widow, Mary Ellen Fisher Hanley????

She was 34 in 1880.

She was 55 in 1900 and she was the mother of 7 children but only 6 were still living.

She was 65 in 1910, married twice, and she was the mother of 7 children but only 6 were still living

She was 75 in 1920.


Johann Peter FISCHER

NOTES: Peter is referred to as "Peter the German". He emigrated to America around 1729, first living in Somerset County, New Jersey. He then bought a tract of land of 200 acres in Amwell Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey in 1731. He was naturalized along with a number of other Germans by an act of the New Jersey Assembly on 8 July 1730. He built his home beside a never failing stream and on the site of an old Indian wigwam. His WILL was written 19 June 1775 and proved 8 Sep 1775 in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. He always signed documents in German script. His WILL, mentions six children. He was buried in an unmarked grave at Larison's Cornor. (The above was taken from "Our Ancestry In The Case, Fisher, Kuhl, Roelofson, and Related Families", complied by Kenn Stryker-Rodda, Brooklyn, New York, 1957.)

Info from the book "More Palatine Families" by Henry Z. Jones, Jr. -1991-


Anna Maria JUNG

She was christened at the Evangelisch-Lutherische Church in Anhausen, film #489940, years 1614-1706.


Peter FISHER Jr.

Peter is said to have fallen from a wagon when a young man and killed.