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Re: Jacob Isch of Switzerland b:1807
Posted by: George Six (ID *****6950) Date: February 24, 2003 at 13:07:55
In Reply to: Re: Jacob Isch of Switzerland b:1807 by Scarlett McColley Skarupski of 24

Do you think Frederick Isch may have been a son on Jakob Isch and Maria Emilie Wurst. They had two children while in Switzerland. Anna Maria Isch was born 13 Feb 1837. Jakob Isch was born 17 December 1842. I do not know when they left Switzerland and arrived in Ohio, but they had a son John Isch in 1851 somewhere in Ohio. John is my grandmother's father. He and his wife Rosine (Rosa) Balsinger lived near Silica,WV. Silica is near Helvetia. Both cities are in Randolph Co., WV.

The dates sure leave time for another child like Frederick around 1845???? What do you think?

Where in Holmes County, Ohio did Frederick Live? What township? What year does he showup in a census?
How do you know that Frederick lived in Helvetia, WV?

Jakob and Maria Emilie Wurst Isch were in the 1880 Randolph Co.,WV census.

I think there son Jacob Isch, b:1842 was in the Civil War. He was in Company A, 102nd Infantry Regiment, Ohio and drowned 31 December 1864 while in the army in Decature, Alabama.

Please share what information you have on Frederick. I have discovered on RootsWeb six more generations of Isch. From Jakob and Maria Emilie Wurst back.


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