Abraham Keyser Family


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Keyser History in Pennsylvania

Looking for a history of Abraham Keyser b. Feb 24 1825 and died Oct 16, 1896 - his wife was Leah (Zimmerman).
Believe they had a daughter Lula who died at 5 months.
Another child Frankie Born 1886 in June 16th - lived only 3 days.

Andrew J. Keyser married Emma Feeny - Andrew was a photographic Artist......

Keyser relations of Abraham - ended up moving and settling in and around Benton County IA - Irving, Elberon, etc.

Just curious for information.
Thank you - Judy Keyser

Posted by Judy Keyser (not verified) on 17 March 2011 - 4:56pm
Abraham Keyser

My great grandfather is Abraham Keyser and my grand mother is Mary Fry Keyser from PA. How are you related to the Keyser's, and what nationality are they?

Posted by lindasadie on 28 May 2008 - 1:25pm
My grand mother is Florinc

My grand mother is Florinc Elizibeth Keyser Maloney born May 1910 to Susan and Nooh Keyser.

Posted by William H Maloney (not verified) on 20 November 2008 - 12:20am
I sent you 2 emails. The

I sent you 2 emails. The Keysers originally came from Germany. Abe was my GGgrandfather. Please contact me for more info.

Posted by Bkeyser on 12 August 2008 - 10:50am
Abraham Keyser

Abraham Keyser was my great great grandfather, his son Aaron, my great grandfather, Glenn my grandfather, and Wayne, my dad. I am looking for as much information about the Keyser family as I can. I have some, but know it is the tip of the iceberg. Glenn Keyser married Bertha Wilamek. Looking into German, Bohemian and possible Austrian backgrounds in these two families. Thanks for any help!!!! My brother is the only male Keyser I know and wonder if he is the end of the line for this family - am hoping NOT!!!! E-mail is judevk307@gmail.com. Thanks so much! Judy

Posted by Judy Keyser (not verified) on 14 December 2014 - 4:46pm
i would like more info on

i would like more info on our family. were we related to leohard keyser of bavaria?

Posted by lurty keyser 3rd (not verified) on 10 March 2011 - 2:39pm

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