Louisa A. Fackler, the wife of Manuel Henry, was a daughter of Henry Fackler and Catherine Crall.The following is an excerpt from a biographical sketch of Henry Fackler:
"FACKLER, HENRY, farmer; P. O. Adario; he was born in Dauphin Co.,Penn., July 8, 1805, and is a son of Abram and Elizabeth Fackler; he is the eighth of a family of twelve children; he remained at home until he was 23 years old, when he went to learn the tanner's trade, and, in 1829, came to Ohio and traveled back, by way of York State, to Dauphin Co., Penn.; in 1831, he came to Richland Co., Ohio, and bought a tract of land in Weller Township.In the fall of 1831, he married Catherine Crall, who was born in Dauphin Co., Penn., and moved, with her parents, Mathias and Elizabeth Crall, to Richland Co. in 1819, and settled in Franklin Township.Mr. Fackler lives on a highly improved farm about one mile west of Adario, in Butler Township.Mr. and Mrs. Fackler have ten children, all of whom, bu one, are married; their names are Abram, Hiram, Mary, Joshua, Mathias C., Catherine, Henry, Elizabeth, Louisa A. and Alice E.Mathias and Henry were in the war of the rebellion; Mathias served in the 1st Ohio Battery; he went out in the summer of 1862, and was mustered out the 26th of June, 1865."(from page 769 of /History of Richland County, Ohio: Its Past and Present/.1880.A. A. Graham and Co.: Mansfield, OH.)
Abraham Fackler, the father of Henry, was a son of the immigrant Hans George Fackler.