Class of 1901
Graduation Essay: “China and the Chinese”
Birth: Jan. 29, 1883
Death: Jul. 3, 1981
Spouse: James Luther Fisher (1873-1951)
Chestnut Hill Cemetery
Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina, USA
Source: www.findagrave.com, 43934064.
The Jacob Fisher Family, 1727-1958, Compiled by James L. Fisher, Arthur W. Fisher, and Hilbert A. Fisher, 1958, p. 317.
Mr. Fisher [James Luther Fisher] was married to Nolah Anzonetta Misenheimer, daughter of P. R. and Mollie Misenheimer on Thanksgiving Day, 1903. She was born in Stanly County and attended the Stanly County Schools, completing her education at Mt. Amoena Seminary, Mt. Pleasant, N. C.
Mrs. Fisher taught music at Bethany Academy, near Rockwell, N. C. and it was here that she met James Luther Fisher
Their children are Mary Katharine and Nolah Anzonetta.
Mrs. Fisher is very active in St. John’s Lutheran Church. She has been a Sunday School Teacher, a member of the Church Choir, President of the United Lutheran Church Women of St. John’s, pianist for the Primary Department, and a member of the Church Council. She has attended Sunday School every Sunday for forty years, which is the longest record held by any member of St. John’s Sunday School.
The Concord Times (Concord, NC), December 4, 1903, p. 3.
Wedding at Copal Grove
Special to The Observer
COPAL GROVE N. C., NOv. 28. – Miss Nolah Misenheimer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Misenheimer, and Mr. James L. Fisher of Salisbury, were married on Thanksgiving evening at 4 o’oclock in Bethel church, Copal Grove, N. C. The bride entered the church with her cousin, Miss Pauline Thom, to the wedding march “Mendelssohn” played by Miss Pearl Randleman.
The bride was received at the alter by the groom attended by his brother, Mr. T. C. Fisher, as best man, where the ceremony was performed by Rev. Henry Fisher, president of Mt. Amoena Seminary, Mt. Pleasant, N. C.
The bridesmaids were Miss Edith Kimball and Miss Katie Fisher, and the groomsman Mr. J. M. Peeler and Mr. Charles Misenheimer. The ushers were Messrs. V. J. Barrier and Joe Ridenhour.
The bride was handsomely dressed in white with tulle veil caught with lilies of the valley and carried bride’s roses, the bridesmaids wore white and carried white carnations.
Before the ceremony a reception was given at the home of the bride, a large number of guests were present.
The home and church were beautifully decorated with chrysanthemums, English ivy and ferns. The bride and groom left for a wedding trip to Washington D. C.