in the 1850 census Mary Fancler 52 Pa. was living with family of Isaac Potterff 29 Oh. Norman age 9 living with family of Samuel Potterff63 Va. they were next door to each other
Absolomage 17 Oh was livinf with family of Jonathan Ridenour 56 Md. The Potterffs and Ridenours were related Serena Fancler 10 Oh.was living in Montgomery county with family of David Goggins
John Fancellorwas listed in 1830 Preble county census Gaspar Twp.
#1367 - Absolom Fansler 14 on Friday last, child and heir of Jonathan Fansler. Samuel Ridenour gdn. Filed 6 June 1849. Surity Jonathan Ridenour.
#1653 - Norman Fancler, heir of John Fancler - Samuel Ridenour gdn M. Filbert, Elias Eck, land in Auglaize Co, Anson Barns, Joel Simson, Norman worked for Isaac Potterf one year, tax in Auglaize Co. OH, Elias Eck.
#1667 - Absalom, Norman 14 on 19 July 1852, and Sabelona S. Fancler 12 on 16 Feb 1852, children and heirs of John Fancler dec'd. and heirs of Martin Fancler dec'd. late of Lancaster Co. Penn. Samuel Ridenour gdn. Filed 7 Aug 1852. Surity: Henry Vanausdal.
There is a David Fancler listed inrecordbelownothing else known
#1685 - Fredrick B. Leather - Henry Shidler, adm. Filed 30 Sept1852. appraisers: William H. Pence, Ebe Campbell, Samuel McClain; security: John Holderman and Jacob Shideler; Moses Moore, Coffman & Hall, David Fancler, heirs -money divided in half between Susan Potterf Greybill and the 7 children of the other sister, Mary Potterf; William and Susan Potterf sister, Thaddeus and Elizabeth Sibbitt neice, Susan Graybill, Robert and Barbra Ann Tobey, Joel