Although I could not find a birth record for him, he is mentioned in the birth records of his children and the marriage record of his son Gottlob. Gottlob was Michael Meisner's second son, born in 1701. His marriage record is included at the bottom of these records.
Johann Gottlob Meisner, son of Michael Meisner & Anna Katharina Haag, was from Reichelsheim, southeast of Darmstadt. He married there on 16 September 1732 to Elisabeth Catharina Lauth, daughter of Adam Lauth & Magdalena Körber. She was born 20 July 1712 in Klein-Gumpen. They have 4 sons born in Reichelsheim: Alexander (b. 8 December 1732), Johann Wendel (b. about 1735), Johann Georg (born 23 March 1741), and Johann Heinrich (born 17 March 1744). The Meisner family immigrated to Denmark (Schleswig-Holstein) where they settled in the colony of Julianenebene on 24 July 1761.
Unable to find digital birth record for Michael. Anyone with LDS record access may find additional Evangelical church records on Michael and his parents to add to this profile. Dr. Brent Mai lists the film as: - Parish records of Reichelsheim (LDS Film No. 1195016)
"Deutschland Heiraten, 1558-1929," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JHMH-JPD : 11 February 2018), Michael Meister and Anna Cathrina Hag, 1694; citing Evangelisch, Reichelsheim Odenwald, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt; FHL microfilm 1,195,016.
Schmick, Henry. AHSGR Grimm VC, www.ahsgr.org, Ahnentafel Chart for Koreen Printz Goodman to 12th Gen Michael Meisner and Anna Katharina Haag. Twelfth Generation: #3584 Michael Meisner who married #3585 Anna Katharina Haag in Jul 1694. Parents to Elisabeth Chatharina Lauth: #3586 Adam Lauth married #3587 Magdalena Korber. Emailed to Koreen Goodman 20 Apr 2018.