I enjoyed your posts about the Haase family. I am Wayne Haase great great grandson of Laborious through Raymond. Frank, Martin. A large percentage of us descendants still reside in the Milwaukee area. The Town of Lake was annexed by the city of Milwaukee and I believe the farm Laborious owned on College Ave is now part of Gereral Billy Mitchel Airport. The sister mentioned in one of your posts is Sister Bernice, an aunt, descended through Lawrence, Martin. In the 1600s I have found a family that has their surname spelled 3 different ways Hase, Hasen and Haase in one generation. I don't think this is unusual. My point is don't be to concerned about spelling, my guess is the literacy rate in the farming communities in Germany was low. Probably not much higher in America as they transitioned to a new language.
I have some potential info on a Casper Friedrich Haase b.1799 or Casper William Haase b.1772 from Wildberg approx. 25 miles from Wipperfeld, Germany(thats if I have the correct town) if your interested. I can't prove a relationship yet.
I'd be interested in which of the offspring of Laborious is of interest to you in that I have not filled in all of my cousins in the new world