“miles distant from the town of Lewis as the road goes round Dingees Grove or “Touch Me Not” and at the request of Captain Dingee who intermarried with the heir of the afsd James Fisher decd and by virtue of the afsd recited warrant I have surveyed and laid out the above said located marsh and hammock whose bounds and courses are as followeth.

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Corrections to John Fisher2 and John Fisher3 in Anna Wharton Smith’s Genealogy of the Fisher family – Part One

According to my research, John Fisher2, son of John Fisher1 and his wife Margaret who emigrated from Lancashire, England to Pennsylvania then Sussex county, Delaware toward the end of the seventeenth century with their young children, is my husband’s seventh great-granduncle.  Anna Wharton Smith’s Genealogy of the Fisher Family, published Philadelphia 1896, more than two … Continue reading Corrections to John Fisher2 and John Fisher3 in Anna Wharton Smith’s Genealogy of the Fisher family – Part One