I am hoping to share some information on my branch of the Hassler/Hossler families.My 3rd ggrandmother, Sarah "Sally" Hasler was b. abt. 1829 in Kentucky (states that she is 21 & born in KY in 1850 Madison Co., MO census, listed as 28 born in KY in 1860 Fannin Co., TX census, age 41 b. KY in 1870 Grayson Co., TX census).I believe she died b/t 1871-1875 in Grayson County, Texas.
She married (1) Joseph Marlow on March 1, 1849 in Madison County, MO.I also believe that a relative (possibly brother) of Sarah's was also married in Madison County - Alexander Halser m. Epsy Pruett Feb. 11, 1836.Alexander & Epsy can be found on the 1850 Madison Co., MO census living next door to Duke Marlow & also John A. Marlow (John Allen Marlow is Sarah's brother-in-law).
The 1840 census of Madison County, MO has a Alex Hosler with a female his age and two young daughters (I presume Mary & Nancy) living 10 families down from a Daniel Hosler. The family of Daniel Hosler is transcribed as follows:
1840 Madison County, Missouri Census page 38
Daniel Hosler 1 Male Under 5 1 Male 5-10 1 Male 15-20 1 Male 20-30 1 Male 40-50 (Daniel Hassler) 3 Females Under 5 1 Female 5-10 1 Female 10-15 1 Female 15-20 1 Female 30-40
I would like to be able to connect my Sarah wih Alex & Daniel Hassler/Hosler.Can anyone shed some light on the subject?
To fill in the blanks of Sarah's life.She married Joseph Marlow (cousin of the infamous Marlow Brothers to which the John Wayne "The Sons of Katy Elder" is about).She and Joseph had two children William and Nancy in Madison County before moving to Honey Grove, Fannin County, Tx.In Tx, Joseph worked as a teamster and the family had two more children - John & Joannie.Joseph joined the Confederate forces and was killed at the Battle of Corinth in the fall of 1862.Sarah Hasler Marlow remarried (2) L. M. WaldrumDec. 1865 and this couple had two children before Sarah died sometome bet. 1871-1875.
I have a website ( www.our-heritage.com ) with some family photos & documents that links this generation to the current day.I am trying to learn more about Sarah.She has been a much neglected piece of my family's history. Any feedback would be appreciated!