From 1860 thru 1920's are many MANY variations of spelling HERSIG in Toledo, Lucas Co OH. There are also some in Monroe Co MI in 1870.
Have compiled database of many of these families as my 2nd great grandfather Rudolph WACKLE/WACKLEY (1844-1895) used the surname & alias HETZIG when enrolled in Civil War from Swanton, Lucas Co OH in 1861. Many affidavits of HERSIG/HERZIG folks in complete pension file in my possession. Many are buried in Forest Cemetery in Toledo OHIO.
Willing to share; wanting to make definitive connection to my 2nd great grandfather, possibly thru a Barbara HERZIG (1818-1892),wife of John HERZIG (1828-1902) in 4th ward Toledo Lucas Co OH 1870 census. Believe Barbara (nee??) may be birth mother of Rudolph WACKLE. Family of John HEIDRICH to include a child Rudolph in Swanton Lucas Co OH 1860 census.
Possibly families from Immigrant Ships Passenger Lists to New York United States: "William Tell" arriving 21 October 1852 image 2 shows: HERZIG Johana ae 42 male, Catharine ae 45, Elizabeth ae 9, Jacob ae 7, Johanna ae 3mo HERZIG Johann 48, Maria 40, Jacob 22, Marie 20, Felix 18, Ulrich 16, Elizab 14, Freider 10, Norena 3 female, Babine (?) 6 female Albert 4 male Johann 3/4 (?) male died 11th Oct Next family is Johanna Herzig48, Barbara 40 Switzerland, Caroline 2.
Possible New Your passenger Immigration ship manifest: 23 April 1855 "Confederation "image 7 of 16; port of departure: Le Havre France found under index of Rosine HERZIG bn abt 1831 female Pass# 304 HERZIG Maria ae 57 and Marie ae 18 Pass # 308 HERZIG Joh ae 11, Samuel ae 9 Pass # 310 WALCHI (?) Rud ae 9, Marie ae 7 Pass # 325 HERZIG Rudolph ae 29, Rosine ae 24, Rudolph ae 4, Anna ae 2 and August ae 9 mo (indexed as Rudolph HERZIG bn abt 1826