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SEE FAMILY PHOTOS

~~Iseminger in German is Eisenmenger and means iron mixer.~~

In Philadelphia, PA a short street named Jackson was
lengthened and renamed Iseminger street. This street still exists under the Iseminger name.



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POSTCARD BIAN SENT HOME
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"Dear Bro. & family,  This
is a picture of the engine.  Everett took this before I pulled it out
of town.  I haven't got the - - - - -bottoms.  We have only a couple of
days left putting in wheat.  And then we will have to put in a fair
days working it over before we start braking.  They brake here through May
and June and then put in fall wheat. How are things up there?  We
kneed a rain pretty bad here.  But the wheat looks pretty good.  As ever,
Bion"
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The information on Freiderich, who may be our Frederick Iseminger, comes from a notation in a book. My notes on that are below:

-don't know how he got here or his ancestry at this time. There were several Eisenmi(e)ngers that arrived in Philadelphia in 1750s from Palatine region of Germany but do not know of any direct connection or relation to Frederick. Information from a Michael Iseminger has located a Freidrich Eisenmenger (German spelling of Iseminger) who immigrated in 1751, but ship name or the port of entry is not known. The information came from Broderbund CD #354. The book the information came from lists the place of origin as Eppingen/Brett, Germany. A translation of the abbreviations in the book and other information by Sara Abbott (abbot@magicnet.net) indicate that Freidrich was a "citizen," another that the document was an emmigration permit, and another that there was a 10% tax rate accessed for the permit.

(See notes under wife Margaret for related information)

This came from a post by William Iseminger

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George served in War of 1812
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HISTORY OF CRAWFORD COUNTY

Jacob Iseminger, father of Dr. Iseminger, was farmer by occupation Ugh the greater part of his life, although in early manhood he and his jjer operated a mill in Monroe county, Indiana. He lived a busy and use-gjfe and died on the old home farm in 1879, lacking but three months of eighty years of age. He was twice married, his first union being with a Rogers, by whom he had three children, Martha, Elizabeth and George bington. After the death of his first wife, Jacob Iseminger wedded Eliza-Graybeal, who passed away in 1874, when more than seventy years of Both were earnest and consistent members of the Christian church. family numbered seven children, as follows .-"John, deceased; William, of " ^review; Hiram, who lost his life while serving"ln"the Civil war; Holbert |now living in Tappen, North Dakota; Peter R., who lives on the old home in Laporte county, Indiana; Margaret Jane, the wife of John Bone, of ysville, Kansas; and Rachel, deceased.

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Note - a fragmenting story passed down to me to the effect that the relationship between Jacob and Nelson Holmes was decidedly strained due to inter-marriage arrangement that jacob did not approve of. This can probably be traced to the 2nd marriage of John Graybeal to Elizabeth Holmes., Nelson Holmes evidently urged or wanted the marriage and Jacob being Elizabeths granddaughter didnt want it.



From a letter written by George W, Iseminger, ( a descendant of Jacob and Nancy Rogers, ( his first wife)

 Top Places of Origin for Eisenmenger
Place of
Origin....... Eisenmenger Immigrants
Germany ................16
Preussen..................9
Swiss.......................6
France.....................3
Francais ..................1
Bridgeport.................1

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CENSUS 1990
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ISEMINGER ~ HAIN

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I recently wrote to the city of Eppingen, Germany, as that is possibly where my ancestral Frederick Iseminger came from in 1751. I got a response that there are no longer any people with those surnames but that "your ancestors come from Simmern, Mosbach, Neckarsteinach and Oberowisheim," if my Babblefish.com translation is accurate. They also sent a couple pages from some book of marriage records (they did not provide the book name) that lists on page 170: "11.6.1748: Freidrich Eisenmanger, von Mosbach und Maria Margarete Nollert, geb. in Simmern 22.6.1730. 2 kdr.: Johan Michael geb 27.7.1749 - Jacob geb. 25.2.1751."

This would seem to fit with other information that the Frederick Iseminger in Frederick Co., Md, who died in 1775, was married to a Margaret/Margaretha, whose last name was possibly Nollert/Nollart.
By William Iseminger or Michael Iseminger

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4 Jun 1792 From Lemuel Barrett of Allegany Co to John Youtzy of Frederick Co. Lot 3682, 3693, sold 6 April 1792. Bond given to Lemuel by Robert Clarke. Payment schedule includes "1 good waggon and two horses with hind gears compleat and fit for the roads.". Lemuel reserves wheat now sowed and use of 1 room with fireplace and pasture for 4 horses and 1 colt until September 1st. Witnesses: George Iseminger & Evan Guymme.

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