THE GEYSLER FAMILY


I have not done any research on this family to date. Some say the spelling might have been Giessler or Geisler. Our ancestor is Johan Conrad Geysler who apparently traveled to America arriving in Philadelphia on the same ship as the Dague brothers; or certainly about the same time. His daughter, Anna Maria Geysler, married (Johannes) Frederick Dague after his first wife died. They were married in a Lutheran Church in the Lancaster Pennsylvania area and later moved to the Washington, Pennsylvania area where they farmed until their death. They are buried side by side in the Bethlehem Lutheran Church Cemetery just North of Lone Pine, Pennsylvania.
NOTE: Johannes is added by some researchers but a Johannes arrived in 1764. Tombstone and other data only mentions the name of Frederick)


DESCENDENTS OF JOHAN CONRAD GEYSLER

...1...Johan Conrad Geysler born in Germany.
........2. Anna Maria Geysler b. April 15, 1735 in Germany d. October 28, 1813
...........m. on August 29, 1760 to Frederick Dague b. 1736 d. 1796

See the Dague page for additional information on this line. I will add additional information for the Geysler family when it becomes available.


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