You wrote that you had identified the German ancestors of the Fulhhaber family.
I just found the children's christening records for my Sweitzer family who also immigrated to Seneca Co., OH in the 1830's and also were from the Thaleischweiler area! I am hoping they may have been connected to the Fulhabers somehow, or immigrated at the same time? Do you have any suggestions?
Adam "Schweitzer Switzer" SCHWEIZER b: Abt. 1785 in Bavaria, Germany d: Bet. 1860 - 1870 Seneca or Wyandot Co. Ohio
Married prob.in Thaleischweiler, Bayern (Bavaria), Germany
to Elizabetha Catherina SCHAZMANN b: Abt. 1786 near Thaleischweiler,Duchy of Zweibruchen (now in Pirmasens, Rhineland-pfalz, Germany) d: Nov 25, 1872 Sebewa, Ionia Co., Michigan
All Children born in Hóheinód, Bayern, and christened in nearby Thaleischweiler, Bayern (now in Pirmasens, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany)
Margaretha Schweizer b: Aug 27, 1818
Adam Sweitzer b: Jan 7, 1821 d: Sep 22, 1886 Michigan F
Ferdinand Schweizer/Switzer/SCHWEITZER b: Nov 1, 1823 d: Mar 11, 1896 Sebewa Twp., Ionia Co., Michigan married Apr 12, 1849 in Seneca Co., OH to Henrietta SMITH b: Nov 30, 1828 in Bedford Co.,PA d: Mar 25, 1900
Jacob F Schweizer/Sweitzer b: Abt. 1826 in Germany d: MI married Apr 21, 1850 Seneca Co. OH Ellenna Smith b: Abt. 1831 in Bedford Co., PA
Michael S Schweizer/Sweitzer b: May 15, 1830 d: Jun 1925 MI married Jan 17, 1854 Seneca Co. OH Rosana (Rosina) D Bessey b: Feb 6, 1834 PA d: Jul 1925 Barry Co., MI