I have had access to much of my family history all of my life. However, as with all research, there are gaps.I have been trying to fill in gaps in my DILSAVER (TILZEIFFER) tree for a long time now. I feel like it's gotten a bit bamboozled here.I will post the info I have and if any of you see problems, PLEASE let me know.Thanks so much.
Hans Michael TILZEIFFER b. in Germany and Immigrated to the colonies in 1738.He m. Mary Elizabeth Cassidan 1739 in Churchville, PA.He died 1753 in Bridgeton, Salem Co, NJ.
Mary Elizabeth CASSIDAN b. abt 1719 god knows where. She d. 21 Apr 1756 in Cumberland County, NJ.
One of their children was George DILSAVER b. 1745 in Bridgeton, NJ.He m. Mary SMITH who was b. about 1755.He d. 1835 in Stoutsville, OH.She d. 1833 in Stoutsville, OH.
One of the children of George and Mary was Michael DILSAVER b. 15 May 1781 in Shenandoah County, VA.He m. Hannah Coons (Kuhns) who was b.1787.So far no other info.
One of their children was William Henry DILSAVER b. 1808 in Fairfield County, Ohio.He m. Elizabeth GALLANT who was b. 1815 somewhere in Ohio.William d. 10 Jul 1850 in Delaware County, Ohio.Elizabeth d. 1907 in Delaware County, Ohio.
One of their children was Martha DILSAVER b. 16 Apr 1844 in Delaware County Ohio.She m. 19 Jan 1865 to Benson W SMITH (aka Benson Smith LAUGHLIN) in Delaware County, Ohio. He was b. 21 Jun 1837 in Ernestown, Ont, Canada.He d. 20 Jun 1909 in New Haven Twp, Gratiot County, MI.She d. 20 Apr 1918 in New Haven Twp, MI.
ok ... from there on isn't quite as important.Benson and Martha were my gg grandparents.
What I need to know is if I have the right lineages prior to them.I am also looking for a possibilty that my George DILSAVER may have been in the Revolutionary War ... hopefully on the Colonial side.LOL.I'm hoping to find War of 1812 connections to Michael DILSAVER too.
I hope someone can give me a holler and let me know if I'm confused or not ... LOL
Thanks so much.