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Tissot family

Dawn Ullmann (View posts)
Posted: 16 Jun 1999 7:38AM GMT
I am seeking info on the Tissot family originally of France then NYC
James and Louisa were born in th emis 1800's. Louisa's date of death is 4/29/1877. They had a daughter, Malvina in NYC. She married Wm. H. Simonson in Woodhaven, NY on Oct. 22, 1890.
I believe James may have had a brother or other relative, Emile who was born in Kansas 11/3/1859 and died 10/14/1885. ANY info on any of these people would be greatly appreciated.

Emile Tissot

Sherri Quinones (View posts)
Posted: 6 Jul 1999 7:25PM GMT
Is it possible that any of the family migrated
to Ohio in the late 1800s? My maiden name was
Tissot, and I know that there was at least one
Emile in my family tree. The first couple in
Ohio was a lady named Catherine Rosselot and, I
think Emile Tissot, who were both originaly from
overseas... one of them from France and the other
from Switzerland.

Maybe it's the same person, but I'm not sure.
I can dig up an exact date if you're interested.

Question

Ryan Tiss (View posts)
Posted: 10 Aug 1999 12:56PM GMT
I have been told that the relatives from my side of the family shortened the legal name Tissot to Tiss. I was also told that we came over from Switzerland as well a few generations back. Maybe you can help with this.

Catherine Rosselot

Janet (View posts)
Posted: 14 Aug 1999 10:41AM GMT
I have a Catherine Haberstick born in France, Abt. 1835. She married Peter Rosselot in Allen county, Indiana on Jan. 13, 1858. They had a son Peter and a daughter Margaret E. We lost track of them after the 1860 census. Could this be the same Catherine that you mentioned? Thanks, Janet

Rosselot connection

Posted: 23 Jan 2000 12:50PM GMT
Edited: 12 Oct 2001 4:47AM GMT
I have information on a Peter John Rosselot born abt. 1874-1875 who married Mary Cecelia Federspiel on April 19, 1899 in New Haven, Allen Co. IN. I know of at least one child, Evelyn born abt. 1904-05 in MI. They appear in the 1920 MI Census. Peter lists being born in OH, father and mother born in Alsac Lorraine. If you are interested, pleas contact me.

Tissot name

Felix Tissot (View posts)
Posted: 12 Dec 2000 10:06AM GMT
Hello from Ketchikan AK,mi part of the Tissot familly comes from Marselle France,he was born there in 1909 one of half a dozen brothers,their father and grandfather were both international bankers in marselle, i have parchments signed by Napoleon thanking them, if you wish i can seend you a copy of one sincerilly Felix Tissot

Re: Emile Tissot

Cathy Kiehl (View posts)
Posted: 29 Sep 2001 1:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Tissot, Tissot D'Aguette
I am a descendant of Emile and Catherine TIssot as well. Interested in learning if we are somehow related to the artist James Tissot (born Jacques Joseph Tissot in 1836). He may be a cousin of Emile's. Emile's father, Phillipe, was from Tavannes, Switzerland and James' father, Marcel Theodore Tissot b.1807 was from Trevilles, Switzerland. Both cities are very near each other.

Re: Tissot name

Sandy Lum (View posts)
Posted: 7 Mar 2002 5:55PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: tissot felix
I am seeking info on FELIX TISSOT & noticed this reply from Alaska from someone by that name. I have a group of hand made ceramic dinnerware made in TAXCO MEXICO signed by Felix Tissot. The party I bought them from said her father bought them in Taxco in 1950's or 60's. I have been unable to find any info about this ceramist or the company he must have owned or worked for. Thanks Sandy

Re: Tissot name

Posted: 25 Mar 2002 3:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 Jun 2002 1:44AM GMT
I am interested in the Tissot family especially a Maria Tissot (Pissot) who settled on the Broad River (Newberry Co.,SC) 3 Jul 1749 with a servant & slave. She was a widow. I was told that the name was pronounced Prysock and may have been the beginning of that family in the US. The Prisock family wer in SC, AL, & AR. There was also a John James Tissot minister that was in SC. I am wondering if he was her husband. Have you got anything onthis family. The Prysock family were German in origin but it has been passed down that they knew about five lanuages. My new email address is: h2ofamdigging@aol.com or h2ofamdigging@yahoo.com

Re: Catherine Rosselot

Posted: 20 May 2003 2:48AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 1 Jan 2005 5:19PM GMT
Pierre changed his name to Peter after immigrating to the US
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