Person:Daniel Fisher (11)

Daniel Fisher
m. 1740
  1. Daniel Fisher1745 - 1817
  2. Abraham Fisherabt 1750 - 1785
m. 1777
  1. Jacob Fisher1781 -
  2. Margaret 'Peggy' Fisher1783 -
  3. Daniel Fisher1784 - 1858
  4. Adam Fisher1788 - 1877
  5. William Fisher1789 - 1872
  6. Mary 'Polly' Fisherest 1792 -
  7. Henry Fisher1795 -
  8. Andrew Fisher1796 -
  9. Samuel Fisherabt 1805 -
  10. Sarah Fisherest 1807 -
Facts and Events
Name Daniel Fisher
Alt Name Daniel Fischer
Gender Male
Birth? 1745 Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Marriage 1777 to Nancy 'Ann' Jones
Death? January 1817 Augusta County, Virginia

Daniel Fisher was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Page 64.--Delivered to Nancy Fisher, wife of Daniel Fisher (of Rockingham) 18th August, 1800.
  • Vol. 1 - MAY, 1811 (F to I). - Fisher vs. Alfred.--Contract, 1809, with George Alfred as schoolmaster, signed by Alexander Nelson, Samuel Lessley, Joshua Hiden, James Johnston, Archibald Griffey, George Tevenbaugh, Daniel Fisher, John Brown, Jane Crawford, John C. Baskin, Charles Baskin, James Anderson, George Anderson, Thomas Galbreath, James Kelley, Robert Hansberger.
  • Vol. 1 - File No. 926.--Fisher vs. Fisher. Jacob and John Fisher complain that their father, Daniel Fisher, died in January, 1817, leaving Widow Ann and children, viz: Margaret, wife of Benjamin Ransbarger; William, Polly, Henry, Andrew, Samuel, Sarah Fisher (Samuel and Sarah, infants), and Daniel, who has already received his share, and ____. Bill to allot dower and partition. Another bill filed by William Fisher says Daniel left ten (10) children, viz: William, Jacob, John, Adam, Henry, Andrew, Peggy, wife of Benjamin Ransbarger; Polly, Samuel, Sally. Division decreed and plot land on Christian's Creek.