- Born: 10 May 1730, Germany
- Married: 1760, New York
- Died: 21 Sep 1800, Malitda Dundas Co. Ontario Can
A NEW CLAIM.
261. Evidence on the Claim of ANTHONY WALLISER, late of Tryon County, N. York Province. [Montreal, 30th October, 1787]
Gave his Claim to Capt. Burns.
Produces Certificate from Capt. Wm. Byrne that Claimt. gave in a
Statement of his Losses in 1783.
He is a native of Germany. He came to America as a soldier in the Royal Americans in 1760.
At the Peace, 1763. he settled in Tryon County & lived there in 1775. He never joined the Rebels but came to Canada with Sir John Johnson & served in his Regt. the whole War.
Produces Sir John Johnsons Certificate to his having served during the War in his Regt.
He now lives in the 5th Township.
100 acres on Lease forever from Sir John Johnson. He had cleared 33 acres & had built a House & Barn.
Values the acre cleared at £5 Crncy. This Land has been sold at vendue.
133 acres in Stone Bobby Patent. He got this by his wife. He had a Lease forever from her father.
He cleared 40 acres & built a House & Barn on it. He claims £5 Crncy. per acre for the Cleared Lane. (68) Although he says he was offered £400 for it.
It has been sold at Vendue as his Property.
Swears he lost all the Stock & furniture claimed. The rebels took all.
Wits. PHILIP SHAVER, sworn: Knew Claimt., he was always Loyal.
No. 1. He had a farm from Sir John Johnson. His Imprvts. were as good as his Neighbours.
No. 2. He got by his wife and had made some improvements, they were likewise of the same Value per acre.
He had some Stock on his Farm, they were taken by the rebels.
Anthony married Elisebetha in 1760 in New York.