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Margaret Nollert ~ Frederick Iseminger

Johann George Nollert ~ Elizabetha Kessler

Johann George Nollert ~ ?

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Margaret Nollert bom about 1734

married

Frederick Iseminger bom about 1730 in Frederick Md.
He died about 1 Apr 1775.

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JOHANN GEORGE NOLLERT
b. In Germany
d. abb June 12, 1770 in East Whiteland, Chester Co, PA

Married Jan 13, 1721/22 to

ELIZABETHA KESSLER
b. Jan 27, 1704/05 in Oberoewiesheim, Germany

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JOHAN GEORGE NOLLERT

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ELIZABETHA KESSLER
b. Jan 27, 1704/05 in Oberoewiesheim, Germany
HANS MICHAEL KESSLER
b. Sept 11, 1659 in Eppingen, Germany
d. Jan 23, 1708/09

married Mar 14, 1681/82 in Oberoewiesheim, Germany to

ANNA BARBARA SCHRANK

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THANK YOU, TO MICHAEL ISEMINGER

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Elizabetha Kessler ~ George Nollert

Michael Kessler ~ Anna B. Schrank

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Margaret's maiden name was Nollart/Nollert, but information in the will of George Nollart (Chester Co., PA, May 11, 1768. June 12, 1770) lists a daughter Margaret Isinminger, as well as her siblings, Margaret Elizabeth, Philip, Elizabeth and Catherine--The same names appear among the children of Margaret Iseminger. Also, a Philip Nollert/Nolbert was a signee/witness on Frederick Iseminger's will. (info obtained from Sara Abbott (abbot@magicnet.net) 12/17/99)
Additional information from Sara Abbott (1/2001): She has found some evidence that the John Stone that was listed with Philip Nollert as "highest relation" was the husband of Elisabeth Nollert Stone, who was mentioned in Joh. George Nollert's will. There is also a Joh. Gg. Nollert in Schoenau, Wuertemberg, Germany at the right time to be ours. There was also a Gg. Phil. Nollert, master baker. Our Joh. Gg. was a baker. The Gg. Phil. ws still there in the 1760s, but he could be a brother, or even a father. Most Nollerts can be traced back to the Schoenau area. Also, Schoenau is about 20 miles north of Eppingen, and Bretten is about 20 miles south of Eppingen, where Freidrich Eisenmenger emigrated from.

Here is a citation of the will of Johan Georg NOLLART:

WILL: Wills; Chester Co., Pennsylvania; Books D & E; 1755-1767 (Bk D), 1767-1774 (Bk E); FHL# 20,845; Bk E, p197-8; (p197) George NOLLARTs Will; In the year of Our Lord One thousand seven hundred and sixty eight the eleventh day of May I George NOLLART of the Township of East Whiteland in the County of Chester in the Province of Pennsylvania Baker being weak of Body but of Sound & perfect mind and memory thanks be given unto Almighty God therefore calling to mind the mortality of this my Earthly Tabernacle that it (no "is" in original) appointed for all men once to die do hereby humbly beseech Almighty God to accept of my immortal Soul unto his holy Habitation of rest and peace and as for the worldly Estate wherewith he has been pleased to bless me with al (SIC) I will and dispose thereof in manner following First of all and in the first of all I recommend my Body to the Earth to be buried in a Christian like manner at the discretion of my Executor hereinafter named hoping for a glorious resurrection thereof at the Last day to appear and receive his merciful reward. First I will that all my just debts and funeral charges shall be paid off and discharged. Item It is my will and I do order that all my Worldly Goods Chattles and Estate shall be at the sole disposal of my dearly beloved Wife Elizabeth NOLLART during her natural Life and whatever shall remain thereof at her decease her decent burial etc. I will that the said remainder shall be equally divided between my then surviving Children viz Margaret ISINMINGER Margaret Elizabeth PETERS Elizabeth STONE Philip NOLLART and Catherina FROTHRE share and share alike with these Exceptions only that the share of my said Daughter Margaret Elizabeth PETERS to be put and secured in the hand of the Executors of the Estate of her first or former Husband Andrew HAY late of Germantown deceased to be disposed of by them for sole use benefit and behoof of her my said Daughter Margaret Elizabeth PETERS and her children begotten of her Body by the said Andrew HAY And also on account of my said Son Philip NOLLART seeing I have already contributed heretofore on his acct to the value of five pounds. Ten shillings lawful Currency it is my will and I do hereby order that the said sum of five pounds ten shillings shall be deducted of of his said Equal share and to be added to whatever share of my Estate, being to come out of her said Mothers Equal share may become the property of my Grand-Daughter Elizabeth HAY and to be deposited in the hand of the said Executors to her said Fathers Andrew HAYes Estate for her the said Elizabeth HAYs sole use. And I do hereby constitute and appoint my dearly beloved Wife Elizabeth NOLLART to be the Sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament (p198) Testament revoking and utterly disannuling all former and other Wills and Legacies by me heretofor made either in word or writing ratifying and confirming this and no Other to be my Last Will and the day of the date first above written. --- George NOLLART (seal); wit: John TEMPLETON, Jacob ERNEST, Henry ATHERTON; recorded: 12 Jun 1770; Elizabeth NOLLART appointed sole Esecutrix; Recorded by H. H. GRAHAM, D. Regr.

From Michael Iseminger