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Maria (Wismer) Angeny (1723 - 1798)

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Maria "Mary" Angeny formerly Wismer
Born in Bucks Co, PAmap
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Biography

Maria was born in 1723,[1] the daughter of [Wismer-119|Jacob Friedt Wismer] and [Souder-97|Nanny Souder Wismer]. She passed away in 1798. According to the Fretz book naming the descendants of Jacob and Nanny Wismer (at the time the book was written): "Mary. Wismer, daughter of Jacob Wismer, date of birth not known, but probably born about 1723. Mrd. Christopher Angeny, At the time she received her legacy from her father's estate June 14, 1791, she was a widow. No descendants of her's have been found."[2]

Sources

  1. Brief History of Jacob Wismer and a Complete Genealogical Family Register of his descendants from the earliest available records to the present time with portraits and other illustrations by Rev. Abraham James Fretz (introduction by Eli Wismer of Plumstead, PA) Mennonite Publishing Co 1893. Page 93. On-line resource; https://archive.org ; https://archive.org/details/briefhistoryofja00fret
  2. Ibid


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