Claude, my great-grandmother Edna Lee Wise Dixon is descended from this family. Her line is as follows: Edna Lee Wise -> Riley Newton Wise & Lelia V. Morgan -> Henry William Wise & Celia Anna Lewis -> Jacob Wise & Mary Ann Bird -> Preston Wise & Ann Jones -> William Wise & Sarah Margaret Denmark -> John Wise & Margaret Tait. I have all of the information you have, so I can't add much, but the Katherine Dollace who married George Wise was actually a Dallas. Her parents were James Dallas and Katherine Wise. You can find their names in The History of the Family of Dallas: And their Connections and Descendants from the Twelfth Century by James Dallas, published 1921. https://archive.org/details/historyoffamilyo00dalluoft
Hi. I know this is old but doing some research recently. I think a few people and sites have co-mingled ancestry information on the Wise/Wyse families. There are two that get mixed up. There is the Wise family from England one the Wyse/Wise from Scotland. It appears that the Scottish one arrived later and into SC or NC living in SC where many Scots made their way. it is possible that John Wise was the prisoner on the British ship for aiding Revolutionary troops (tho I have not seen any doc just mentions on sites). But his family is NOT the ones that settled in Bulloch CO GA and not the ones related to the Denmarks. Those are the Wises from Accomack, VA and have been in the US since 1617. So if you are related to the GA Wise family, you might start tracing back to the VA Wises. My relatives were go up from the William Wise of GA (all of my mom’s family is from South GA) and something like 5 levels of Johns who were all from VA. William was the son of John and he was the one who moved to GA. Many of these guys have tombstones in the Wise cemetary in VA, furthering the proof. Many were involved in early US govt.