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John Weismiller

John Weismiller

Ruth Frerking (View posts)
Posted: 12 Aug 1999 8:39AM GMT
Searching andcestors and siblings of John Weismiller (changed from Weissmueller) born 1840 in Bern Canton Switzerland, emigrated in 1883 to Indiana, died 1915 at Tipton Indiana.

John Weismiller inquiry

Holly Weismiller Olson (View posts)
Posted: 14 Jan 2000 1:13PM GMT
Ruth,
I have been researching the Weismiller family tree and have knowledge of John Weismiller from Swiz. married to Eliz. Teusher from same. Two of their sons married Angstadts....John (Jr) married Martha (b. 1872 d.1941) and Alfred married Arabella (b.1875 d.1923). Please let me know which direction your research is headed.
I'm very interested. Thank you, Holly

Weismiller

Ruth Frerking (View posts)
Posted: 15 Jan 2000 4:27AM GMT
Holly,
Great th hear from you. Alfred Weismiller was my grandfather, John my great grandfather. I have info after John and family arrived in America, but am interested in previous geneology in Europe. Do you have anything that may help me?
Ruth Frerking

Weismiller Family

Ruth (View posts)
Posted: 15 Jan 2000 5:07AM GMT
Ruth,
I am Godfrey's great granddaughter. His son John was my grandfather. I'm afraid my response will disappoint you, as the only information I have is the place name in Switz. (which you already have). A family book, which you may already be in possession of, states that "John and Elizabeth (Teusher) Weismiller, both natives of Switzerland, emigrated to America in 1883. They sailed to the United States on the Amercan owned stramship, the Americana. They boarded the hsip at Le Havre, France for the voyage...."
Then on to Franklin county IN as you probably know. I am planning on obtaining a copy of that passenger list...it could be helpful. That is all I have. I stuck my research in a drawer and am just now getting back to it (which is how I stumbled, literally!, across your message)
Please let me know if there is anything else I can do. A helpful book from the library is called "Finding Your Roots" and has some info on pursuing searches in Europe, Switzerland in particular. Perhaps we should try that.
Thanks, Holly

Re: John Weismiller

Posted: 12 Sep 2001 7:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 12 Sep 2001 11:24PM GMT
HI, I AM A WEISMILLER,I LIVE IN PENNSYLVANIA,AND WOULD LIKE TO FIND MY RELATIVES ALSO, SO PLEASE WRITE TO ME.

Re: John Weismiller

laura (View posts)
Posted: 13 Sep 2001 5:06PM GMT
Classification: Query
ok barb you posted .....
give me a call....

Re: John Weismiller

RUTH FRERKING (View posts)
Posted: 13 Sep 2001 8:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
ARE YOU RELATED TO THE WEISMILLERS IN INDIANA? IF SO, WHAT IS YOUR CONNECTION?

Re: John Weismiller

Posted: 21 Aug 2002 6:45PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Oct 2003 5:26PM GMT
Surnames: Winter Weismiller
I have some info regarding a member of the Fred Weismiller family. Fred came thru Philadelphia Penn in 1912 with his 5 children

Gottfried Weismiller
Molly Weismiler
Alex Weismiller
Pauline Weismiller Ochsner
Fred J Weismiller/Winter/Winters (adopoted)

He was from Tscherbakovka Russia. His wife passed away shortly after the birth of the last child Fred. Her name was Mary Katherine Winter. I am trying to locate some one with knowledge of Freds wife mary K Winter. Her dad is my great grandfathers brother. any info i would be glad tio share I ahve Okla and Colo links to Fred J WeisMiller' ADOPTED WINTER FAMILIES MARY

Re: John Weismiller

Posted: 28 Jul 2004 5:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Wesmiller, Weismiller, Wismiller
Hello Barbara:

My maiden names was Wesmiller....In my search I am finding different variations of spelling....i.e. Wesmiller, Weismiller, Wismiller and many others. Originally I am from PA, Bradford in fact. Please email me at PAVandSAV@aol.com....together maybe we can find out if we are related.....Looking forward to hearing from you...SAV

Re: John Weismiller

Posted: 26 Mar 2011 4:47AM GMT
Classification: Query
I am under the impression that his only brother was killed while cutting down a tree and falling down a mountainside, and his sisters worked in a hotel as interpreters for tourists. William the youngest was my greatgrandfather, and his wife Alta Mormon.
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