Johan Heironymous Greisler Lt., U.E.L.

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Johan Heironymous (Jeronimus) Greisler, Lt., U.E.L.

Also Known As: "Geronimous Chrysler", "Greisler", "Crysler", "Chrysler"
Birthdate: (38)
Birthplace: West Camp, Ulster, New York, United States
Death: September 21, 1751 (38)
Schoharie, Schoharie, New York, United States
Place of Burial: Schoharie, Schoharie, New York, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Johan Phillip Kruessler and Anna Catharina Braun
Husband of Maria Margaretha Hilsinger
Father of Adam Crysler, Lieut., U.E.L.; Balthus (Balthassar) Greisler; Elizabeth (Elisabetha) Rykert; Philip Greisler, Lieu. Col., U.E.L.; Catherina Crysler and 5 others
Brother of Johann George Kreussler; Johan Heinrich Valentin Greisler; Anna Catharina Graad; Anna Elizabeth Bouck and Margaretha Kruessler

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About Johan Heironymous Greisler Lt., U.E.L.

Johan Hieronymous (know as Jeronimus) was a large landowner near Schoharie, New York.

He served the British Crown in 1746 fighting against French forces in Quebecas a Lieutenant.

Jeronimus had children with his wife Maria Margaret Brown (Braun); Adam, Balthus, Elizabeth, Philip, Margaret, John, William, Maria and George.

The family home was built at Fultonham near the village of Schoharie. His death is recorded in the records of the Schoharie Lutheran Church.

Johann Hieronymous Kruessler was born March 6, 1713 in Rhinebeck Dutchess (, 24) and baptised at the West Camp Lutheran Church on March 8, 1713. His sponsors were Hieronymus Klein and Johann Planck, Hieronymous was conferred on April 15, 1729 at Newton (New York Lutheran Church). Between 1740-1742, Hieronymous moved to Schoharie. In 1742 Hieronymous bought land in S.E. New Dorlach (Seward), on April 16, 1744. Jeronymous Crysler, William Bouck, and Frederick ___ purchased 12,000 acres of land from the Indians for 30 pounds. Hieronymous Crysler was appointed Lietenant by Governor Clinton to fight against the French and Indians. Hieronymous developed 80 acres and built his home in Fultonham, 10 miles south of Schoharie. Jeronimus (Hieronymous) was appointed Elder of Lutheran Church of Dominie Peter N Somers at Schoharie on May 1, 1749. Hieronymous died on September 21, 1751 in Schoharie. We know he had a daughter, Elizabeth, who was baptised on June 5, 1737, later the family moved to Schoharie Valley, in 1740. Johann Hieronymous Kruessler married Maria Margaretha Brown in October 16, 1731 (Bauch?). They moved to Canada in 1787 and had thirty acres in Borst's Patent on Cobus Hill, which he acquired from his stepfather (William Bough/Bauch). His widow, Maria Margaretha married (2) Michael Hilsinger on November 7, 1752. Maria Margaretha died June 30, 1753.

From The Crysler Family in the U.S.A. Written and researched by Margaret Odrowaz Sypniewski

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Johan Heironymous Greisler Lt., U.E.L.'s Timeline

March 6, 1713
West Camp, Ulster, New York, United States
March 16, 1713
West Camp, Ulster, New York, United States
Age 18
Green (Ulster), New York, United States
Age 20
Foulton Twp. Schoharie, New York
Age 23
Schoharie, New York
Age 27
Age 27
Foulton Twp, Schoharie, New York
Age 29
Schoharie, New York, USA
Age 30
Foulton Twp. Schoharie, New York