Re: William Traxler
First of all, the William H. Traxler from the following quote was I would think, your William H. Traxler's son.
William H. Traxler, son of settlers from South Carolina, was born near the natural bridge in Columbia County in 1854. In the 1880's he acquired property in Alachua County on the Bellamy Road, opened a general store, and began farming. He married the daughter of Simeon Dell, Mary Lelia, in 1889. Prospering, he increased his holdings and enlarged the commissary. The post office, established in 1891 with Mr. Traxler as postmaster, was discontinued in 1906. At one time the community had a one-room school, a number of tenant farm homes, a cotton gin, grist mill, and church.
Now. We have a George Traxler b. abt 1740 SC with three sons. Henry b.(?), David b. Dec 02, 1815 (SC) and John b. bet. 1779-1781 (Colleton, SC)
That's all I have of my Henry. Could be him. The dates fit.