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  • ID: I50052
  • Name: Lorentz O. (Lawrence) KISER
  • Prefix: <<
  • Given Name: Lorentz O. (Lawrence)
  • Surname: Kiser
  • Suffix: [senior]
  • Nickname: Kayser/Keyser //+Sarah, 1716
  • Name: (Lawrence) Lorentz O. KAISER
  • Given Name: (Lawrence) Lorentz O.
  • Surname: Kaiser
  • Suffix: I (first)
  • Nickname: Keyser/Kayser/Kiser 1
  • Sex: M
  • _UID: 36EEDD1C3317B146B601891B5B7DE586FC3C
  • Change Date: 25 APR 2015
  • Note:


    Lorentz was one of the German pioneers who helped settle Gaston County , North Carolina. He and his family arrived in Philadelphia, PA on Sept . 26, 1737 on the ship St. Andrews Galley. He lived for awhile in Penns ylvania and like so many of his countrymen, migrated to what was then A nson County sometime between 1757-60. On April 15, 1761 he received a g rant for 300 acres on the banks of Beaver Creek Dam in the area now kno wn as Long Shoals. Many records can be found to show that Lorentz soon b ecame active in civil affairs, serving on committees and he is listed o n many court juries.
    Lorentz was a farmer and planter and lived a long, prosperous life. Lor entz was one of the German pioneers who helped settle Gaston County, No rth Carolina. He and his family arrived in Philadelphia, PA on Sept. 26 , 1737 on the ship St. Andrews Galley. He lived for awhile in Pennsylva nia and like so many of his countrymen, migrated to what was then Anson C ounty sometime between 1757-60. On April 15, 1761 he received a grant f or 300 acres on the banks of Beaver Creek Dam in the area now known as L ong Shoals. Many records can be found to show that Lorentz soon became a ctive in civil affairs, serving on committees and he is listed on many c ourt juries.
    Lorentz was a farmer and planter and lived a long, prosperous life.







    Lorentz was one of the German pioneers who helped settle Gaston County , North Carolina. He and his family arrived in Philadelphia, PA on Sept . 26, 1737 on the ship St. Andrews Galley. He lived for awhile in Penns ylvania and like so many of his countrymen, migrated to what was then A nson County sometime between 1757-60. On April 15, 1761 he received a g rant for 300 acres on the banks of Beaver Creek Dam in the area now kno wn as Long Shoals. Many records can be found to show that Lorentz soon b ecame active in civil affairs, serving on committees and he is listed o n many court juries.
    Lorentz was a farmer and planter and lived a long, prosperous life. Lor entz was one of the German pioneers who helped settle Gaston County, No rth Carolina. He and his family arrived in Philadelphia, PA on Sept. 26 , 1737 on the ship St. Andrews Galley. He lived for awhile in Pennsylva nia and like so many of his countrymen, migrated to what was then Anson C ounty sometime between 1757-60. On April 15, 1761 he received a grant f or 300 acres on the banks of Beaver Creek Dam in the area now known as L ong Shoals. Many records can be found to show that Lorentz soon became a ctive in civil affairs, serving on committees and he is listed on many c ourt juries.
    Lorentz was a farmer and planter and lived a long, prosperous life.
    2 3 1
  • Birth: 4 FEB 1708/9 in Grossgartach, Neckar, Werttemburg, Germany
  • Note:
    # ID: I525127947
    # Name: Lorentz O. Sr. KAYSER
    # Given Name: Lorentz O. Sr.
    # Surname: Kayser
    # Sex: M
    # Birth: 1709 in Grossgartach, Neckar, Werttemburg, Germany
    # Death: Jul 1786 in Gaston County, North Carolina
    # Event: Source: Unknown 2003 Denna Hornstein
    # Event: Source2 Unknown 2003 Kiser-Carpenter Chronicle written by Clyd e V. Kiser and Alna L. Kiser
    # Event: Ship Name Unknown 1737 St. Andrew Galley
    # Event: AKA (Facts Pg) Unknown Lawerence Kayser
    # Occupation: Farmer and planter
    # Note:

    Alias: /Lawerence/
    Notes for Lorentz/Lawrence Kayser /Kizer /Kiser - provided by Deann a
    Hornstein
    Land Entry- May 14, 1754-Lawerence Skyers enters 200 A on S. side o f
    Beverdam Creek including the place he now lived on.
    North Carolina Crown Patient B 15:338- April 10, 1761-Lawerence Kay sar
    recieves 300 A on both sides of Beverdam Creek including his own
    improvements, joining Jacob Simmerman, Peter Acre (Eaker), and Chri stian
    Simmerman.
    Witness- Lawrence had witnessed a deed Aug 9, 1755 in ANC, NC recor ds for
    Samuel Young to Jacob Simmerman for land between Indian and Beverda m
    Creeks.
    Lincoln, North Carolina DB 3:276-6 October 2, 1787 Adam and George K iser
    divided the 300 Acres granted to their father Lawrence Kiser April 1 0
    1761. Adam signed: Hans Adam Keiser in German.
    Monocracy Congregation and Evangelical Lutheran Church, Fredrick Co unty,
    MD: John Adam: b. February 1750, Bp: July 29 1750 son of Lorentz Ka yer.
    LC, North Carolina Ct. of Ps & Qs- July 1786- Last Will and Testame nt of
    Lorance Kiser dated January 25, 1786 proved by Christian Carpenter.


    As stated in the
    book "Kiser Genealogy "
    By Robert
    C. Carpenter
    Rt.
    3 Box 204
    Bessemer
    City, N.C. 28016
    Lorentz and Sarah Kayser pioneered the large and prominent Kiser Fa mily
    in Gaston County, North Carolina. They were of German origin and, l ike
    their Eaker neighbors, often had their names misspelled. Lorentz si gned
    it Kayser, but other spellings found in official documents included


    Kaiser, Kiser, Kyser, Ciser, Keyser, Kieser, Kizer, and others. On
    September 26, 1737 Lorentz Kayser, probably accompanied by his youn g
    family, arrived in Pennsylvania on the ship St. Andrew Galley, John


    Stedman, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Cowes. Sometime afte r this
    time the Kayser family made the long and tedious journey down the G reat
    Wagon Road and settled in what is now northern Gaston County, North


    Carolina. While the exact date of their arrival is not known, (no K isers
    were listed on the Capt. Corbins County. 1748) on May 15, 1759 Lore ntz
    Kayser made application for a land grant. On April 10, 1761, the st ate
    granted him 300 acres on both sides of Beaverdam Creek very near th e
    homes of Peter Ecker Sr., Peter Ecker Jr., Christian Ecker, Christi an
    Zimmerman (Carpenter), Johannes (John) Zimmerman, Jacob Zimmerman, a nd
    Peter Zimmerman. There he lived and died. Very little else is known a bout
    the ancestors of the Kiser family.
    The Kiser family multiplied dramatically from its early beginning. O n
    January 5, 1786, Lorentz Kayser wrote his will which was probated a t the
    time of his death in July 1786. He was buried on his home place on t he
    north side of Beaverdam Creek with the inscription "L O K 1786" His w idow
    survived him and was probably buried by his side. Lorentz Kayser li sted
    his children in his will, and his family statistics appear thusly:
    Lorentz O. Kayser Sr., b. 1700- 1720; d. July 1786, married about
    1730-1740 Sarah -?-, b. 1700-1720; died after July 1786.



    Father: Matthaeus KAISER b: 12 Apr 1662 in GROSSGARTACH, NECKAR, WERTTE MBURG, GER
    Mother: Anna Regina SCHUHMAN b: 12 Aug 1666

    Marriage 1 UNKNOWN SARAH b: Abt 1716 in Germany

    * Married: in Germany

    Children

    1. Catharine KISER b: 1739 in PA
    2. Lorentz O. Jr. KISER b: 1740 in North Carolina
    3. Mary KISER b: 1741
    4. Joseph KISER b: 1745 in Md or Pa
    5. George KISER b: 1748 in PA or MD
    6. Elizabeth KISER b: Abt 1749 in Lincoln County, North Carolina
    7. Adam KISER b: Feb 1755 in Frederick County, Maryland

    source:
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2498959&id= I525127947

    database owner:
    Karen White (stripes_87@hotmail.com)


    added:
    01/10/2005
    2 3 1
  • Birth: 1709
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1709 in Grossgartach, Neckar, Werttemburg, Germany
  • Note:
    # ID: I525127947
    # Name: Lorentz O. Sr. KAYSER
    # Given Name: Lorentz O. Sr.
    # Surname: Kayser
    # Sex: M
    # Birth: 1709 in Grossgartach, Neckar, Werttemburg, Germany
    # Death: Jul 1786 in Gaston County, North Carolina
    # Event: Source: Unknown 2003 Denna Hornstein
    # Event: Source2 Unknown 2003 Kiser-Carpenter Chronicle written by Clyd e V. Kiser and Alna L. Kiser
    # Event: Ship Name Unknown 1737 St. Andrew Galley
    # Event: AKA (Facts Pg) Unknown Lawerence Kayser
    # Occupation: Farmer and planter
    # Note:

    Alias: /Lawerence/
    Notes for Lorentz/Lawrence Kayser /Kizer /Kiser - provided by Deann a
    Hornstein
    Land Entry- May 14, 1754-Lawerence Skyers enters 200 A on S. side o f
    Beverdam Creek including the place he now lived on.
    North Carolina Crown Patient B 15:338- April 10, 1761-Lawerence Kay sar
    recieves 300 A on both sides of Beverdam Creek including his own
    improvements, joining Jacob Simmerman, Peter Acre (Eaker), and Chri stian
    Simmerman.
    Witness- Lawrence had witnessed a deed Aug 9, 1755 in ANC, NC recor ds for
    Samuel Young to Jacob Simmerman for land between Indian and Beverda m
    Creeks.
    Lincoln, North Carolina DB 3:276-6 October 2, 1787 Adam and George K iser
    divided the 300 Acres granted to their father Lawrence Kiser April 1 0
    1761. Adam signed: Hans Adam Keiser in German.
    Monocracy Congregation and Evangelical Lutheran Church, Fredrick Co unty,
    MD: John Adam: b. February 1750, Bp: July 29 1750 son of Lorentz Ka yer.
    LC, North Carolina Ct. of Ps & Qs- July 1786- Last Will and Testame nt of
    Lorance Kiser dated January 25, 1786 proved by Christian Carpenter.


    As stated in the
    book "Kiser Genealogy "
    By Robert
    C. Carpenter
    Rt.
    3 Box 204
    Bessemer
    City, N.C. 28016
    Lorentz and Sarah Kayser pioneered the large and prominent Kiser Fa mily
    in Gaston County, North Carolina. They were of German origin and, l ike
    their Eaker neighbors, often had their names misspelled. Lorentz si gned
    it Kayser, but other spellings found in official documents included


    Kaiser, Kiser, Kyser, Ciser, Keyser, Kieser, Kizer, and others. On
    September 26, 1737 Lorentz Kayser, probably accompanied by his youn g
    family, arrived in Pennsylvania on the ship St. Andrew Galley, John


    Stedman, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Cowes. Sometime afte r this
    time the Kayser family made the long and tedious journey down the G reat
    Wagon Road and settled in what is now northern Gaston County, North


    Carolina. While the exact date of their arrival is not known, (no K isers
    were listed on the Capt. Corbins County. 1748) on May 15, 1759 Lore ntz
    Kayser made application for a land grant. On April 10, 1761, the st ate
    granted him 300 acres on both sides of Beaverdam Creek very near th e
    homes of Peter Ecker Sr., Peter Ecker Jr., Christian Ecker, Christi an
    Zimmerman (Carpenter), Johannes (John) Zimmerman, Jacob Zimmerman, a nd
    Peter Zimmerman. There he lived and died. Very little else is known a bout
    the ancestors of the Kiser family.
    The Kiser family multiplied dramatically from its early beginning. O n
    January 5, 1786, Lorentz Kayser wrote his will which was probated a t the
    time of his death in July 1786. He was buried on his home place on t he
    north side of Beaverdam Creek with the inscription "L O K 1786" His w idow
    survived him and was probably buried by his side. Lorentz Kayser li sted
    his children in his will, and his family statistics appear thusly:
    Lorentz O. Kayser Sr., b. 1700- 1720; d. July 1786, married about
    1730-1740 Sarah -?-, b. 1700-1720; died after July 1786.



    Father: Matthaeus KAISER b: 12 Apr 1662 in GROSSGARTACH, NECKAR, WERTTE MBURG, GER
    Mother: Anna Regina SCHUHMAN b: 12 Aug 1666

    Marriage 1 UNKNOWN SARAH b: Abt 1716 in Germany

    * Married: in Germany

    Children

    1. Catharine KISER b: 1739 in PA
    2. Lorentz O. Jr. KISER b: 1740 in North Carolina
    3. Mary KISER b: 1741
    4. Joseph KISER b: 1745 in Md or Pa
    5. George KISER b: 1748 in PA or MD
    6. Elizabeth KISER b: Abt 1749 in Lincoln County, North Carolina
    7. Adam KISER b: Feb 1755 in Frederick County, Maryland

    source:
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2498959&id= I525127947

    database owner:
    Karen White (stripes_87@hotmail.com)

    added:
    01/10/2005
    2 3 1
  • Occupation: Farmer and planter ABT 1768
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1768 2 3 1
  • Will: 25 JAN 1786
  • Note:
    Will: WILL OF LAWRENCE KISER
    January 25, 1786.
    "In the name of God, amen, the 25th day of January
    one thousand seven hundred and eighty six. I,
    LAWRENCE KISER, of the county of Lincoln,
    N.C., farmer, being very sick and weak in body but
    of perfect mind and memory, thanks be given unto
    God. Therefore, calling unto mind the mortality of
    my body and knowing that it is appointed for all
    men once to die, do make and ordain this
    my last will and testament; that is to say,
    principally and first of all, I give and recommend
    my soul unto the hands of Almighty God that gave it
    and my body I recommend to the earth to be buried
    in decent Christian manner or burial at the
    descretion of my executors, nothing doubting but
    at the General Resurrection I shall receive the same
    again by the mighty power of God; and, as touching
    some worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to
    bless me in this life,
    I give and devise and dispose of the
    same in the following manner and form:
    "First, I give and bequeath to SARAH KISER, my
    dearly beloved wife, all my bonds, notes and cash
    that I am now possessed of or that will belong to me
    at my death. I also give unto SARAH, my wife, a
    good and decent maintenance to be levied or raised
    out of my lands during her life time.
    "Secondly, I give and bequeath unto my sons,
    LAWRENCE KISER, and JOSEPH KISER, each
    and every one of the, the sum of three pounds to be
    raised out of my estate or moveables.
    Thirdly, I give and bequeath to my sons, GEORGE
    KISER and ADAM KISER, an equal part of the
    land that I now live on, after maintaining their
    mother, SARAH KISER, out of it; also I
    give unto them an equal part of my tract of land on
    the waters of the mountain branch and containing
    two hundred acres.
    Fourthly, My daughters CATHERINE KISER,
    MARY KISER, CHRISTENA KISER, I give unto
    each and every one of them the sum of three pounds
    to be raised out of my personal estate.
    Fifthly, I give unto my daughter, ELIZABETH
    KISER, three of my best cows, likewise a young
    horse that runs near Eakers, four years old.
    Sixthly, I give unto my sons above mentioned that is
    to say George and Adam Kiser, after paying my
    debts and other dues, all my personal estate or
    effects that will remain.
    "Lastly, I do constitute, make and ordain my sons,
    George and Adam KISER, to be my sole executors
    of this, my last will and testament, by them freely to
    be possessed and enjoyed and I do hereby disallow,
    revoke and annul all and every other former
    testaments, wills, legacies, bequeathed, ratifying and
    confirming this and no other to be my last will and
    testament.
    "In witness whereof I have here unto set
    my hand and seal the day and year above written,
    signed, sealed, published, pronounced and declared
    by the said LAWRENCE KISER as his last will and
    testament in the presence of us, the subscribers.
    LAWRENCE KISER.
    Test: SAM GIVENS, CHRISTIAN CARPENTER
    (His X Mark) and MARY CARPENTER (Her X Mark).

    Will: KISER WILL. 1786 Of interest throughout this area
    where many descendants reside, is the will of
    LAWRENCE KISER, dated January 25, 1786,
    which has just been made available for publication
    through the courtesy of A. B. KISER, a Gaston
    County farmer. In a note accompanying the copy of
    the will, Mr. Kiser wrote: "I have recently come into
    possession of a copy of a will made by my
    great-great-great grandfather, LAWRENCE
    KISER, dated January 25, 1786. This man was the
    pioneer of the Kiser clan in this section. He received
    the grant from King George, the Third in 1761 and it
    was this property that he willed to his sons, referred
    to as the home tract containing 200 acres. This land
    lies in North Gaston County in the Landers Chapel
    community and is a part of the late HENRY KISER
    estate, he being lineal descendant of LAWRENCE
    KISER. The other tract mentioned as the "Mountain
    Branch" lands is also in this community and is now
    known as the ROSS S. TRITT farm. We are of the
    opinion that he had already given a 300 acre tract of
    land to the other two sons, this accounting for the
    light bequest of three pounds to them. This is a copy
    of the original and is not copied from the records."

    Sources: "PASSENGER LIST OF THE St. ANDREW GALLEY", Internet
    This is a listing of all the Palentines to arrive in America on this sh ip.It qualified September 26, 1737. John Stedman, Master from Rotterdam .
    Joh. Diterich Michael Kortz
    Jacob Keim Frist Wambolt
    Jacob Kintzer Conrad Jost
    Michel Neihart Casper Huter
    Lengart Gerling Valtin Steinmertz
    Jacob Nis Joh. Aschemus Geroult
    Phillip Hefft Georg Kern
    Phillip Leibengut Georg Schisler
    Christian Burger Joh. Jacob Schindeldeker
    Wilhm Schelter Jacob Stoer
    Jacob Frist Heinrich Stoer
    Phillip Frist Phillip Stoer
    Peter Rab Georg Test, absent
    Georg Hefft Joh. Schotter
    Jacob Lintz Georg Hintz
    Tobias Pekel Valtin Baumgarter
    Jacob Kuster Lorentz Keyser ***
    Joh. Meyer, sick Joh. Altenberger
    Nicholas Koch Joh. Erdmann, absent
    Andreas Schmidt Joh. Justus Erdmann
    Jacob Neyschwanger Peter Drast
    Joh. Meyer Conrath Wald
    Christian Meyer Jacob Werry
    Joh. Meyer Heinrich Kreyter
    Martin Amweg Peter Ling
    Nicholas Schyre Adolph Heinrich
    Nicolas Bietel Nicolas Sharer
    Conrad Reich Heinrich Wisler
    Michel Anders Fredrich Schmidt
    Michel Braun Nicolas Holler
    Georg Wambolt Wilhm Oller
    Georg Schneider Paulus Lingel
    Joh. Spycker Heinrich Wisler
    Joh. Peter Spychker Christoffel Schaub
    Joh. Spyker Martin Kocher
    Gerhard Hipschman Georg Kocher, sick
    Jacob Lingel Albrech Feid
    David Biler Joh. Streigeler
    Joh. Mevius Ulrich Horn
    Phillip Wismann Peter Weinland
    Frederich Heim Joh. Appel
    Ludowig Kolb Phillip Steiter
    Philip Segar Martin Cron
    Georg Rahn Caspar Zeigener
    Conrath Rahn Ludowig Wildangel
    Bernard Dickhoff Georg Conrath
    Philip Schmid Jacob Conrath
    Balser Beil Daniel Zab
    Jacob Rosemann Georg Gist
    Frederich Neihart Jacob Willer
    Georg Neihart Daniel Zachery
    Christoffel Schwenck Joh. Kelbach
    Diterich Helt Josep Zolberger
    Ulrich Zolberger Heinrich Frantz
    Matthys Weber Andreas Heit
    Christian Est Adam Srauch
    Philip Steffen Philip Edinger
    Caspar Heyser Daniel Rest
    Hermann Weber Nicolas Reist
    Henrich Mertz Daniel Hister
    Valtin Dufel Jost Keler
    Caspar Rep Georg Gernand
    Henrich Schefler Joh. Keler
    Conrath Delb Frederich Schonfelder
    Joh. Funck Ernst Seidel
    Peter Knepper Abraham Wagener
    Nicolas Ragent Christoffel Hubener
    Ludwig Demer Christoffel Krausen

    Sources: "KISER CEMETERY"; Gaston County, North Carolina;By W. D. Floyd


    Kiser, John August 7, 1862 March 22, 1895
    Kiser, Jacob October 9, 1822 November 21, 1892
    Kiser, Frances L. 35y,10m,2d March 2, 1858
    Kiser, Infant February 18, 1859? i/o J & I
    Kiser, Sarah 75 years November 15, 1834
    Kiser, Jacob 73y,1m,10d? September 24, 1834
    Kiser, Eliza Beth 21 days July 1830
    Kiser, Cora Unreadable
    Kiser, Philip 32 years August 1809
    Kiser, Ruth 58 years March 21, 1838
    A memorial reads as follows. PIONEER Laurence Kiser Came To The US In S eptember 26, 1737 Settled Here In 1750 Died 1786
    Kiser, John F. H. 1y,2m December 26, 1871
    Kiser, Levi 64 years May 16, 1876
    Huffstetler, Infant June 15, 1923 d/o LA & Emma
    Huffstetler, Venia S. October 18, 1881 July 4, 1900 d/o LJ & S
    Huffstetler, Infant October 29, 1890 October 25, 1890 d/o LJ & Susan
    Huffstetler, John L. 1m,2d December 8, 1823 s/o LJ & S
    Huffstetler, L. Jefferson March 6, 1849 June 21, 1901
    Huffstetler, Susan D. Kiser August 20, 1848 December 6, 1919 w/o LJ Kis er, Infant December 14, 1850 i/o L & E
    Kiser, Infant October 15, 1842 i/o L & E
    Kiser, Elizabeth 34 years July 25, 1856
    Kiser, George 70 years June 11, 1855
    Kiser, David No Age March 9, 1857




    Travel: Lorentz Kiser came to America from Germany. Travel from Germany w as difficult if not impossible. They traveled from Germany to the Isle o f Wight (Cowes) and landed in Pennsylvania aboard the St. Andrew Galley , a British ship. The Master of the ship was John Stedman of Rotterdam.


    Lorentz and his wife, Sarah, were the beginning of this branch of the K iser family in Gaston County, North Carolina. Lorentz made application f or a land grant on May 15, 1759 in Gaston County, North Carolina. He wa s granted 300 acres on both sifdes of Beaverdam Creek. He lived out his l ife there and died there.

    Property: 1761, May 15 - Applied for land grant in Gaston County, North C arolina

    Property: 1761, April 10 - Granted 300 acres on both sides of Beaverdam C reek in Gaston County, North Carolina by the state

    BURIAL: Buried on his farm on Beaverdam Creek in Gaston County, North C arolina.
    " Tombstone Inscription "
    L O K 1786

    source:
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=1151958&id=I 9147

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    31oct2005
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  • Burial: 1786
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1786 Gaston County, NC 2 1
  • Death: JUL 1786
  • _SDATE: 15 JUL 1786 in GASTON CO N.C 2 3 1



    Father: Matthaeus \Kiser\ KAISER b: 12 APR 1662 in Grossgartach, Neckar, Werttemburg, Germany
    Mother: Anna Regina SCHUHMAN b: 12 AUG 1666 in Germany



    Father: Matthaeus KAISER b: 12 APR 1662 in GROSSGARTACH, NECKAR, WERTTEMBURG, GER
    Mother: Anna Regina SCHUHMAN b: 12 AUG 1666 in Germany


    Marriage 1 Sarah UNKNOWN (KAYSER) b: ABT 1716 in Germany
    • Married: ABT 1735 in Germany
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      # ID: I9149
      # Name: Sarah
      # Given Name: Sarah
      # Sex: F
      # Birth: BEF 1720
      # Death: AFT Jul 1786 in Lincoln County, North Carolina
      # _UID: 50D10757DD9CDD4CA6E0DD7A88001C13B5B5
      # Change Date: 28 May 2001 at 01:00:00

      Marriage 1 Lorentz KISER * b: 4 Feb 1709 in Grossgartach Neckar, Wertte mburg, Germany

      Children

      1. Has Children Catherine KISER b: ABT 1739 in Lincoln County, North C arolina
      2. Has Children Lorentz, Jr. KISER b: ABT 1740
      3. Has Children Joseph KISER * b: ABT 1745 in Maryland/Pennsylvania
      4. Has Children George KISER b: ABT 1748
      5. Has Children Adam KISER b: Feb 1750 in Frederick County, Maryland


      6. Has Children Christina Jane KISER b: ABT 1755 in North Carolina
      7. Has No Children Mary KISER b: 1720/1725
      8. Has Children Elizabeth KISER b: ABT 1765

      source:
      http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=1151958&id=I 9149

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      31oct2005
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    Children
    1. Has Children Lawrence (Lorentz) KISER b: BEF 1737 in Pa
    2. Has Children Christina Jane KISER b: ABT 1755 in Pa
    3. Has Children Catherine KISER b: 1739 in Pa
    4. Has Children Joseph KISER b: 1745 in Md., Pa or Lincoln (Gaston County) NC
    5. Has Children George KISER b: 1748 in Pa. or Md.
    6. Has Children Adam KISER b: FEB 1749/50 in Monococy, Frederick County, MD
    7. Has Children Mary (Kaser\Keyser) KISER b: 1720
    8. Has Children Elizabeth KISER b: ABT 1749 in Lincoln County, NC
    9. Has Children Lorentz Lawrence KISER b: BEF 1737 in North Carolina

    Marriage 2 Sara Sarah \Keyser\ (KISER) b: ABT 1716 in Germany
    • Married: 1735
    • Note:
      Lorentz KISER (Sr.)

      * BIRTH: 4 FEB 1709, Gross Gartach, , Germany
      * DEATH: 1786, , Gaston, North Carolina
      * BURIAL: , Gaston, North Carolina

      * TITLE: Sr.

      Family 1: Sara

      1. +Catherine KISER
      2. +Lawrence KISER
      3. +Barbara KISER
      4. +Christena Jane KISER
      5. +Joseph KISER
      6. +George KISER
      7. +Adam KISER
      8. +Elizabeth KISER

      source:
      http://midatlantic.rootsweb.com/database/d0027/g0000017.htm#I125137

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      28oct2005
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    Children
    1. Has Children Catherine KISER b: 1739 in Pa
    2. Has Children Lawrence (Lorentz) KISER b: BEF 1737 in Pa
    3. Has No Children Barbara KISER b: ABT 1750
    4. Has Children Christina Jane KISER b: ABT 1755 in Pa
    5. Has Children Joseph KISER b: 1745 in Md., Pa or Lincoln (Gaston County) NC
    6. Has Children George KISER b: 1748 in Pa. or Md.
    7. Has Children Adam KISER b: FEB 1749/50 in Monococy, Frederick County, MD
    8. Has Children Mary (Kaser\Keyser) KISER b: 1720
    9. Has Children Elizabeth KISER b: ABT 1749 in Lincoln County, NC
    10. Has No Children Mary KISER b: 1731
    11. Has Children Lorentz Lawrence KISER b: BEF 1737 in North Carolina
    12. Has Children Adam KISER b: FEB 1755 in Frederick County Maryland

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 14 Mar 2014 - CAA's GEDCOM backup - hard drive
      Title: GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Abernathy - GEDCOM archive from harddriv e - recovered file, weavercat@gmail.com. Created on 12 MAR 2014. Import ed on 14 Mar 2014.
    2. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 23 Sep 2009 - CAA's GEDCOM Backup file - hard drive
      Title: GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Ann Abernathygmail.com. Created on 17 AU G 2009. Imported on 23 Sep 2009.
    3. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 30 Apr 2005
      Title: GEDCOM file. Created on 30 APR 2005. Imported on 30 Apr 2005.
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