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Posted by: Veronica Beatty (ID *****7109) Date: May 16, 2006 at 03:44:12
In Reply to: Re: WISNERS in NY by Jeffrey Hamlin of 516

Hi My name is Ronnie,

Zephaniah A. Wisner is my 3rd. Great grandfather. He was born in 1825, somewhere in New York. His wife Magdalene Bevier was born in Binghamton, Broome County, New York.
They were Married October 3rd 1855 in Leroy Twp, Calhoun County, Michigan. They lived in Leroy Twp, Calhoun County, Michigan until 1869. From 1869 to 1879 they lived at Elkhart Corporation, Elkhart County, Indiana. They moved to Goshen Twp, Clay County in 1879. My gggrandfather fought in the Civil War in the Michigan 7th Cavalry, Company A. His occupation was a farmer. They had Two Children, Gilbert D. Wisner, (he is my 2nd great grandfather) and his other son was named Eugene Wisner. Zephaniah died August 22, 1899 and is buried at The National Cemetery, Leavenworth County, Kansas. They are in the 1860 Michigan Census, 1870 Indiana Census, and the 1880 Kansas census.
I have covered everything I know about my 3rd. Great Grandfather. However I don't know who his parents are or exactly where he was born in New York. I would greatly appriciate any information on these two subjects. Believe me I have been searching for 3 years. So I would truly Be overjoyed with any enlightenment on this.

Thank you

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