No relation.I just enjoy browsing through family Bibles up for auction on eBay and trying to connect any genealogical info to those that might find it of interest or worth pursuing.I am not the seller, nor do I intend to purchase.Unfortunately, links to eBay items only stay active for a couple months.Here is what I found:
This sale is for an old Bible printed in 1825.It contains the original genealogy for the famous WISTER family of Philadelphia, PA.Names mentioned in the Family pages include:WILLIAM WISTER, SARAH LOGAN FISHER, WILLIAM ROTCH WISTER, JOHN WISTER, HARVEY LANGHORNE WISTER, LANGHORNE WISTER (a Brigidier General in the Civil War), RODMAN WISTER, etc.There are four full pages of family records for the WISTER family.The WISTER family is famous in Pennsylvania history--they introduced the game of cricket to the United States, produced many prominent lawyers, soldiers, etc., were involved with La Salle University, produced the famous writer OWEN WISTER (author of The Virginian), on and on.
By my transcription of photos posted by the seller:
William Wister & Sarah Logan Fisher m. 26 Sep 1826/27 at Germantown, PA T.R. [Thomas Rodman] Fisher & Leatitia H. [Harvey] Ellicott, dau. of Jonathan & Sarah, m. 18 Nov 1827 at "Ellicotts Mills near Baltimore Maryland"
William Rotch Wister, son of Wm & S.L., b. 7 Dec 1827 John Wister, b. 15 Jul 1829 - d. 4 Jun 1900 Harvey Langhorne Wister, b. 17 Jul 1831 - d. 24 Aug 1832 James Logan Wister, b. 20 Sep 1834* Thomas Wyane Wister, b. 20 Sep 1834* Langhorne Wesley Wister, b. 20 Sep 1834 - d. 19 Mar 1891 "at his fathers mothers house at ???field Elizabeth Harvey Wister, b. 20 Jul 1836 - d. 15 Feb 1838 Jonas Wister, b. 3 Feb 1839 Francis Wister, b. ? 1841 - d. 22 Nov 1905 at Jefferson Hospital Rodman Wister, b. 10 Aug 1844 - d. 1 Aug 1913
*names were crossed out leading me to believe they died very shortly after birth.