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Seeking my GM's family - could be one of the variations of Sulser

Seeking my GM's family - could be one of the variations of Sulser

Posted: 14 Dec 2005 3:50AM GMT
Classification: Query
Still seeking info on Wm. Franklin Sulser b.1870 Warren Co., KY - d. 1938 Grayson Co., TX md. Sarah Ellen Taylor b. 1871 AL d. 1948 TX. I've been told that his father may have been a Wm. Sulser Abt. 1839 KY and wife R. E. abt. 1848 KY.

Wm. Franklin Sulser has siblings Irvin and Lainer. ?? Any info on William Sulser and Sarah Taylor would be much appreciated. Surname(s) could also be variation of Sulser. ???
Wm and Sarah made their way to Alabama where Ina was b. 1892 and then on to Texas where Luther, Annie, Jewell and Robert were born. Wm. died in an accident in Sherman, TX in 1938 and Sarah died in Sherman in 1948. Thier children all died in the north Texas area between 1965 and 1974. Ina was my father's mother.

Re: Seeking my GM's family - could be one of the variations of Sulser

Posted: 27 Apr 2007 9:35AM GMT
Classification: Query
Since your William was from Warren County, Ky, he could only descend from the William, son of Henry Sulser, b. 1812, S. C. died ca 1863 in Warren or Ohio County, Ky. Henry was the son of John Sulser, b. 1785, S. C. died 1840 in Bowling Green, Ky and Winey Rackley, b. ca 1794, S. C. My ancestor was James Madison Sulser, son of Henry. James Madison Sulser's daughter, Adelia Frances Sulser married Alonzo Oler Spivey in Jefferson County, Texas. They raised their family in Sour Lake, Hardin County, Texas.

I have had no luck tracing back from John Sulser. I know they were originally from Germany as James Madison Sulser spoke German fluently. The name is associated as being Jewish. If they were, they were non praticing Jews. My grandmother became a Christian and a Baptist.
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