1. George Jasper1 Hise(2642) was born in Germany about 1730. George died 1801 in Amwell Twp, Hunterdon
Co, New Jersey, at 71 years of age.
He married Charity unknown. http://www.clark.net/pub/mjloyd/hise/hise1.html Email James Buchtel, Sue Green
Not on line, but an avid genealogist (responsible for much of this information) and a
descendant: Dolores "Dodie" Baker, 211 Hillview Dr., Aurora, IN, 47001 George Jasper Hise (sometimes spelled Casper and Hice) is believed
to be one of five brothers who emmigrated from Baden-Baden, Ducky of Wurtenburg, Germany prior to 1752 settling in different parts of the
United States (from researcher James Buchtel). According to Amwell Township, Hunterdon County Ratables of 1780, we have a Casper Hise owning
26 acres. According to pension records, George Jasper Hise served as a Pvt. in Capt. Tucker's Co. of the 1st Regiment of Hunterdon Co. Other
references include: Walden's Pioneer Families of the Midwest, Decatur County, Indiana History p. 426, and Samuel H. Logan's biographical
sketch. According to family lore, the children of George and Charity Hise were stolen by the Indians and had to be ransomed back. Elizabeth
was one of the last to be ransomed. She later returned to the Indians after having been ransomed.
George Jasper Hise and Charity unknown had the following child:
Jacob2 Hise was born 1752.
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