I think you're right on Appolonia being a Shuler. I can't remember where I got SHIVER, but it may have been a spelling in one of the old documents I looked at. The Unknown Wolfe and Zibilla Wolfe are the ones I believe Jacob Isler was seen in the company of in Orangeburgh in December of 1734. This according to Orangeburg County Historical Society, Document #A-305. Also, I believe the Unknown Wolfe was also named Jacob. According to the Gissendanner account, a Jacob Wolfe Died on October 12, 1756 and was buried on October 13, 1756 at the Church in Orangeburgh. This could not have been the younger, born in 1715, because he had two daughters buried there in 1760.
QUESTION: Was Jacob Wolfe, husband of Veronica Domin born in Switzerland or Germany. He must have been. If the Unknown Wolfe was first seen in December of 1734 in Orangeburgh, this would seem likely?
QUESTION: Is there documented evidence that Jacob IZLAR was the son of Jacob Isler or is this deduction because of timeframe, name and family tradition?
I have the descendents of Jacob Isler and Tobias Eazler to the present, about 3,077 names in my data base with lots of photos, documents and family stories. Also, I will write more later on Jacob Isler and where I believe he came from and why.
PS: Sometimes I'm a little blunt myself. Appology is not necessary. I wonder how you fit into all of this, could we be distant cousins?
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