Benjamin Franklin Seltzer, son of Henry Uhland and Anna (Hocker) Seltzer, was born 1 Apr 1861 and died 9 Oct 1949. He married three times: first Elizabeth Litzenberger, second Katie Bealer, and third Matilda Sanders. Photo courtesy of Jessica Bell
I am seeking to prove that the John Hacker, who married the two Musser daughters, was in fact the eldest son of Frederick and Catharina (Fuchs) Hacker. I am also seeking additional information on the children of John and Salome (Musser) Hacker and John and Susanna (Musser) Hacker.
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Anna (Hocker) Seltzer’s house, about 1905. The last residential information I have places her in North Londonderry township, Dauphin county, Pennsylvania in the 1900 census, likely near Palmyra. Photo courtesy of Jessica Bell
Harry S. Longenecker, son of Isaac W. and Elizabeth Ellen (Seltzer) Longenecker, about 1899, age 14. Harry was born 28 May 1855 and died Jun 1960. He married Naomi Ulrich. Photo courtesy of Jessica Bell
Portrait of Dr. Henry Hocker Seltzer, about 1922. Henry was the son of Henry Uhland and Anna (Hocker) Seltzer. He was born 28 Aug 1856 and died 7 Aug 1925 in Washington, D.C. Photo courtesy of Jessica Bell
Anna (Hocker) Seltzer, daguther of Martin and Barbara (Smith) Hocker, was the wife of Henry Uhland Seltzer, son of Philip and Maria (Uhland) Seltzer. The couple was married 12 Dec 1850 in Harrisburg, Dauphin county, Pennsylvania. She died in 1914 and was buried in the Palmyra Cemetery. Photo courtesy of Jessica Bell
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Edgar Arnold Seltzer, son of Dr. Henry Hocker and Susan (Arnold) Seltzer. Photo courtesy of Jessica Bell
Barbara (Smith) Hocker was the second wife of Martin Hocker, son of the immigrant Johann Adam Hacker and his wife Maria Elisabetha (Weidman) Hacker. Martin and Barbara married about 1809 and the couple had 9 children, including a set of twin girls Anna and Barbara. Photo courtesy of Jessica Bell