Title: History of that Branch of the Crysler Family who Settled in the Township of Niagara [Crysler and Other Early Settlers in the Township of Niagara]
Author: J. M. [John Morden] Crysler
Description: Signed by author next to his portrait. Brown cloth spine with paper boards. Previous owner's bookplate on front paste-down. A few pages show minor marginalia and a small amount of additional genealogical information added. A few small spots of light soiling, otherwise interior is clean. Illustrations. 224 pp. Errata slip tipped in at rear. 9 x 6 inches. Four copies noted on OCLC.
Laid in are a couple newspaper clippings (including an obituary for the author) and a photograph of the Crysler homestead (same image as appears in the book). A detailed history and genealogy of the Crysler family on Niagara, Lincoln County, Ontario, Canada. The Cryslers were a United Empire Loyalist family, who appear to have originated from emigres of the German Palatinate who came to America in 1710 and who sometimes originally spelled their name Greisler. The author states in the preface that "an effort has been made not to record anything unless in can be substantiated by documents of records of some description."
The author, John Morden Crysler (1862-1947), lived his entire life on the Niagara Township property that had been in the family since 1783. He was a farmer by trade and had been active in Niagara's civic affairs for most of his life.
Binding: Soft Cover
Condition: Very Good
Publisher: [published by author]
Place: Niagara Township, Ontario
Keywords: genealogy, Niagara, Lincoln County, Ontario, Canada, United Empire Loyalist, Greisler, Palatinate,
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