I don't know if this will help you out any, but there is a Wolfenberger Cemetery near Bastrop that has a list of people buried there. I cannot post the list on this site do to legal reasons but you can download the list and view it. When I downloaded it, it will come in txt file and if you cut and paste it into MS Word it becomes very ledgeable. My grandmother was a Wolfenberger and she had 2 brothers and 4 or 5 sisters. Here is the link to the site, http://www.granbury.com/~landmark/bastrop.htmhttp://www.granbury.com/~landmark/bastrop.htm
Here is a website that might be helpful to you also, http://members.home.net/wolfensberger/http://members.home.net/wolfensberger/This Association is for all of the descendants of Hans zu WOLFSBERG born about 1395 near Bauma, Switzerland. The names of the families represented are; WOLFENSBERGER, WOLFENSPERGER, WOLFERSBERGER, WOLFERSPERGER, WOLFSPERGER, WOLFENBARGER, WOLFENBERGER, WOLFINBARGER, SPARGER, SPARGUR and other various spelling of the name.