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Robert Thomas Blanton
Death: Automobile accident
Carol Theda Wehrman
Grew up in Piedmont, Grimes, Texas
Carol T. McCoslin, 86, passed away Thursday, October 4, 2007. Memorial services will be held at 1:00 PM Sunday, October 7, 2007 at the Parkway Memorial Gardens Mausoleum Chapel. Deacon Jim Hunt will officiate. The family will receive friends following the service.
Mrs. McCoslin, a native Nockolls County, Nebraska, was the daughter of the late Clifford C. and Florence (Bottenfield) Wehrman. She had lived in Warner Robins for the past six years, attended Sacred Heart Catholic Church and was active with the Warner Robins Senior Citizens Group.
Johann George Jayser
SOURCE: 1) Howard Yeiser, Tucson, AZ. "Arrived in The New World, 1792 Oct. 20, a first cousin to the four brothers above, believed to have settled in Berks county, Penn.; 1800 census, Burks Co., Pa. 605 20010-20010-00.
(2) "The Philadelphia Correspondence" published by Melchair Steiner on 25 May 1789, states that Johann George Geiser, stonecutter, of Phila., was from Breitenholz, Wurtenberg (south of Stuttgart). Broeitenholz is near Tubingen, south of Boblinhen.
(3) The "Philadelphia Folklife" Winter 1966, Vol. XVI #2 has a notation that Johann Georg Jayser, age 51 and wife Barbara, age 51 arrived on the "Duke of Wirtemberg" with twins, 20Oct1752.
SOURCE: 1) Howard Yeiser, Tucson, AZ. "1738 census, Phila., Co. Pa. Philadelphia" lists a Johannes Yeites.