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Canadochly Cemetery records

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Re: Canadochly Cemetery records

Posted: 23 Jun 2013 12:41PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Reisinger
An analysis of the tax and census records for Hellam and Lower Windsor Twp make a convincing case that the father of John Reisinger who died Sept. 18, 18786 at age 77-5-13 was John Reisinger born 1755-1765. John born 1755-65 was a taylor in the Hellam tax records in the 1820s. John his son shows up as single in 1820. So 1820 -21= 1799 which is the year of John’s birth according to the cemetery record. Also showing up as single is Daniel Reisinger in 1816 and perhaps a year or two earlier( I didn’t look). Another son Henry shows up married in 1821.
John, the father, is gone from the tax records in 1829. John, John Jr., Daniel and Henry were all listed as taylors or weavers during this time. Peter Reisinger ,who was not in the taxes after 1798 was in Windsor Township in the 1790s and the 1780s and in 1779 he had 149 acres. I think he is the father of John born 1755-1765. John is probably the oldest son mentioned in Peters will.
Peter and Nicholas Risinger were in Windsor in 1762.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
siiirhd88 16 Jun 2013 6:44PM GMT 
mymusiclady 17 Jun 2013 12:50AM GMT 
edmorrill786 16 Jun 2013 1:12AM GMT 
mymusiclady 16 Jun 2013 4:05PM GMT 
edmorrill786 16 Jun 2013 6:42PM GMT 
mymusiclady 17 Jun 2013 12:53AM GMT 
meje51 17 Jun 2013 2:29AM GMT 
mymusiclady 17 Jun 2013 8:09PM GMT 
edmorrill786 23 Jun 2013 6:41PM GMT 
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