Person:Tobias Haller (1)

Watchers
m. abt 1792
  1. Henry Heichler Haller1793 - 1832
  2. Margaretha Haller1798 -
  3. Johann Niklas Haller1799 - 1801
  4. Michael Henry Haller1811 - 1899
Facts and Events
Name Tobias Haller
Gender Male
Birth? 1775 Frederick, Frederick, Maryland, United States
Marriage abt 1792 to Elizabeth Heichler
Occupation[1] Tobias made combs out of horn.
Death[3] 14 Nov 1818 Frederick, Frederick, Maryland, United States
References
  1. Callahan, James Morton, and American Historical Society (New York). History of West Virginia, old and new: in one volume : and West Virginia biography in two additional volumes. (Chicago [Illinois]: American Historical Society, c1923).

    "The Haller family is of German origin. The grandfather of Flavius Haller, John Haller, was born at Fredrick, Maryland, but little is known of his life work. His brother, Godfrey Haller, spent his life in Barbour County, and Tobias Haller also lives there. Godfrey was a hatter by trade and Tobias made combs out of horn. All these brothers left posterity in Barbour County."

  2.   Frederick Maryland Burials, 1743 - 1811.

    March 17, 1801 buried Johann Niklas Haller, youngest son of Mr. Tobias Haller and his wife Elisabeth, nee Heichly. He was born Nov. 17, 1799, and died of a severe attack of convulsions on the 16th in the morning at 3 a.m. having reached the age of 1 year and 4 months. Burial ceremony conducted by Pastor John Frederick Moeller.

  3. Equity JS-1, in Equity Court Records of Frederick County, Maryland
    Jan 1819.

    299-307 - HALLER/HOLLER, MICHAEL - Jan 1819

    Henry HALLER - Petition for Title

    Henry HALLER, in the summer of 1807, (being a minor at the
    time) found a large sum of money for which he received a
    reward of $100.00. But, on 18 Sep following, Tobias HALLER,
    his father, purchased a lott of ground lying in "HALLER's
    Addition to Frederick Town" known as Lott 177 and 178 on
    Market Street, previously deeded by William MICHAEL, to be
    deeded to Henry when he became of age. But, when of age,
    Tobias wanted another lott, #179, so he purchased it and
    Henry took possession of it; but deed never got conveyed.

    Tobias HALLER d/ 14 Nov 1818, intestate, leaving children,

    1/ Henry HALLER
    2/ Charlotte HALLER
    3/ Margaret HALLER
    4/ Mary HALLER, a minor
    5/ Susanna HALLER, a minor
    6/ Michael HALLER, a minor
    7/ Anne Eliza HALLER, a minor
    8/ Thomas HALLER, a minor

    Guardian was Elizabeth HALLER (mother of children?).

    Prior history of property -

    Jacob MICHAEL, dec'd (will dtd 8 Feb 1783), leaving children,

    - Catharine MICHAEL
    - Sophia MICHAEL

    Sophia conveyed the property to William MICHAEL (w/ Margaret);
    William MICHAEL (w/ Dorothy) sold it to Tobias HALLER for $100
    on 25 Mar 1809. Court granted deed to Henry on 20 Jan 1819.