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Re: Wickline spouses PA, VA, OH, WV
Posted by: Frank Taylor Date: July 15, 2001 at 22:23:14
In Reply to: Re: Wickline spouses PA, VA, OH, WV by DEBBIE HURLOW of 284

I cannot help with the information on Arminta, but I do have quite a bit on Phoebe Wiseman.

Phoebe (or Phebe) was born in Monroe Co., Va., (now W.Va.) around 1810. She married David Wickline (s/o George Washington Wickline and Mary Miller) in about 1828. She had previously had at least one child by another man out-of-wedlock (this is documented in Monroe Co. court records). At about this time David and Phebe moved to Ohio where most of their children would be born. After Phebe's death, David remarried.

Phebe's parents were Isaac Wiseman (III) and Mary Magdalina Armentrout. I'll give lines from them below by surname, beginning with the youngest and going to the oldest.

-- Phebe
-- Isaac Wiseman III, b. 6-19-1764, Berks Co., PA.; lived in N.C. for a time as a child before family migrated again to Va.; m. Mary Magdalina Armentrout in Monroe Co., Va.; d. 7-14-1852 in Gallia Co., Ohio. It is unclear to me whether he was actually living there or died while visiting relatives.
-- Isaac Wiseman (II), b. 8-18-1738, Berks Co., PA; m. Elizabeth Davis in Berks Co., PA; d. 6-2-1818, Monroe Co., Va.
-- Isaac Wiseman Sr., b. 1699, possibly at sea or in Pennsylvania; m. Mary Marshall in Berks Co., PA; died in N.Carolina.
Many researchers believe the first Isaac Wiseman's parents were Thomas Wiseman of Penne, Wales, and Elizabeth Quadling. However, there is only circumstantial evidence to support this and there are a number of other known Wisemans who could be related. If this is correct, Thomas Wiseman's family came to Wales a generation earlier from the Norfolk region of England. Many Wisemans in that area were Jewish and is possible that these Wisemans were originally as well. The religion of the American Wisemans is unknown prior to their presence in Monroe Co., Va., when several brothers of this line were prominent Methodist clergy.

Nothing is known about the lines of Elizabeth Quadling or Mary Marshall.

-- Elizabeth Davis, b. 8-26-1738; m. Isaac Wiseman (II) in Pennsylvania. Died in either Virginia or North Carolina.
-- Samuel Davis, no information.

-- Mary Magdalina Armentrout, b. Va., d. Va.; m. Isaac Wiseman (III), in Monroe Co., Va.
-- Johan Heinrich Ermentraudt, b. 1726, Palatinate, Germany; m. Mary Magdalina Bauer, 2-2-1759, in Augusta Co., Va., d. 1782, Rockingham, Co., Va.
-- Michal Ermentraudt, b. Palatinate, Germany; m. Anna Elizabeth ???, in Germany; d. 1739 in Palatinate, Germany.
Anna Elizabeth Ermentraudt immigrated with her young children in 1740, sailing from Rotterdam, Holland. She apparently died in Virginia. Her maiden name is unknown.

Nothing is known about Mary Magdalina Bauer besides what is given above, except that she died in 1823 in Rockingham Co., Va.

I hope this information is helpful. Incidently, my line is through David and Phebe's son Collin Wickline, who is the paternal grandfather of my paternal grandmother.

Good luck in your research. Please let me know if you have any information that would show mine to be incorrect, quite a bit of this is second hand and has not all been verified.

-- Frank Taylor
W. Melbourne, Fla.


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