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Fanslers in Indiana

Brock FANSLER (View posts)
Posted: 4 Jan 2000 6:15PM GMT
Could anyone give me any information how a branch of the Fanslers moved to Indiana? Perhaps it is a few of the NC Fanslers that moved west? Also does anyone have any info of all Fanslers that came over from Germany? Or even around what time period? Were any here durring any of the American wars?

Fansler

Posted: 9 Jan 2000 11:47AM GMT
Edited: 24 Jun 2001 5:56PM GMT
Sorry I can't help with any of your questions but maybe you have a Lucinda Fansler(1849) born in Indiana. She married Elihu Barnum in 1905. She lived in Britton,near Oklahoma City according to 1920 census. Thats all I know about her. Can you help me? Pleas E-mail me.

Fansler in Indiana

Arvid Fansler (View posts)
Posted: 22 Jan 2000 11:41AM GMT
My dad William Fansler was from Marion area. His fathers name was John. He had brothers named Verlan,John David, Harold, Robert and a sister named Cecil. Anyone with any imformation please e-mail me. thanks

Fanslers in Marion County

Bob Fansler (View posts)
Posted: 10 Feb 2000 3:10PM GMT
My Fansler ancestors were from Shelby Co.A number of them moved to Marion Co. I lived in Indianapolis at one time. Would like to hear from you. Will share any information I have.

Bob Fansler

Fansler in Indiana

Jim Wick (View posts)
Posted: 1 Mar 2000 1:09PM GMT
In my line there is Adam Riley Fansler born 1853 somewhere in Indiana. I don't know exactly where. He was the son of Adam Fansler and Anna Sockrage.

Adam R. Fansler

Ron Fernsler (View posts)
Posted: 3 Mar 2000 9:12AM GMT
Jim Wick, You might want to email Mr. Ron FANSLER at rlfansler@erinet.com He lives in Darke CO OH and is a direct descendant of Adam R.

adam wright fansler

john fansler (View posts)
Posted: 21 Apr 2000 9:56AM GMT
Looking for further ancetry before 1810
census. Fredrick had a son named Adam Fansler
in Rockingham Co. virginia.
Would like to go back farther.
I found a George Fensler "fEnsler"
which came over on a boat called thed Townsend
in 1737, docking at Philedelphia.
I don't know if the name changed in the spelling or if
there is a connection.
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family

john fansler (View posts)
Posted: 21 Apr 2000 10:14AM GMT
Bob , I would be wondering if your the bob Fansler that use to
live in Michigan, I talked with a Bob Fansler 20 PLUS years ago.
At the time I wasn't as into my ancestry as I am now.
Will share any infoI have.
Yours Truly
John W. Fansler
P.S. I am interested in ancesters Occupations
Stories, and religion.

william D fansler

john fansler (View posts)
Posted: 21 Apr 2000 10:18AM GMT
I am also decendant of william D. Fansler from
Shelbyville.
William to Adam , to John Wesley Fansler
tto Ralph Waldo Fansler to Thomas Maurice Fansler
to Me John Wesley Fansler to My son who is
John Wesley Fansler III.


Fansler family

Ron Fernsler (View posts)
Posted: 21 Apr 2000 2:10PM GMT
Hi, John,
I have been tracing both the Fansler and Fernsler families. I have made some contacts with a Mr. Bob Fansler of MI who is in a branch of your family. I have other contacts that you may want to make. Please contact me at fernslerr@yahoo.com
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