Lydia Musselman

1838 Jun 22: Born in Waterloo, Ontario, CA to David Musselman and Esther Martin. (4)

1862 Mar 4: Samuel Brubacher marries Lydia Musselman. (4)

  Nine children.

1889 Sep 8: Daniel Wismer marries Lydia Musselman in Waterloo Co. Ontario. (1,2,4)

1909 May 4: Bishop Daniel Wismer dies in Berlin, Ontario. (1,2,7)

1918 Oct 31: Lydia Musselman Brubacher Wismer dies; buried Waterloo, Ontario, CA. (4)


1. "Obituaries" in Gospel Herald, Volume II, No. 9 (Mennonite Church of North America, 1909 May 27), p142-3. Also www.mcusa-archives.o...nObits/09/may09.html (MennObits; accessed 2012 Sep 16). Daniel Wismer 1820.

2. "Daniel Wismer," generations.regionof...491&tree=generations (Waterloo Region Generations; accessed 2012 Oct 15). Daniel Wismer.

3. "Sarah Erb," generations.regionof...681&tree=generations (Waterloo Region Generations; accessed 2012 Oct 15). Sarah Erb Wismer.

4. "Lydia Musselman," generations.regionof...885&tree=generations (Waterloo Region Generations; accessed 2012 Oct 15). Lydia Musselman.

5. "Gale & Centre Twp." in Atlas Marion County, Kansas (Chicago: Davy Map and Atlas Co., 1885). Also (Kansas Historical Society; accessed 2012 Nov 24). Marion Co., KS.

6. Gideon G. Yoder, The Oldest Living American Mennonite Congregations of Central Kansas (Enid, OK: Masters Thesis, Dept. of Church History, Phillips University, 1948 May). Content outline The library of the Phillips Theological Seminary has this thesis.

7. "Daniel Wismer," (Find A Grave; accessed 2013 Jan 11). Daniel Wismer.

8. "Re: Daniel Wismer Family" in Marion County Anzeiger (Marion, KS: 1887 Oct 14). Also (2013 Mar 22). Daniel Wismer. Provided by Peggy Goertzen.

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