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.
This photo of Levi O. and Anna Mahala (Neis) Hacker was taken about 1895. The children shown, include: Harry Lincoln (center, back), John Norman (left), Annie Laura (right), and George Granville (center, front). The baby of the family, Miriam E., was not born until 1901. Photo courtesy of Kim Hogarth
George2 Hacker (Johan Adam1) is another Hacker/Hocker family member I’ve had some difficulty finding information on. Johan George Hacker was the fifth son of Johan Adam and Maria Elisabetha (Weidman) Hacker. He was born 9 Oct 1766 and christened 12 Oct 1766 in the Emanuel Lutheran Church in Brickerville, sponsored by Lorenz Haushalter and wife… read more
George Granville Hacker, son of Levi O. and Anna Mahala (Neis) Hacker, dressed in his World War I uniform. His WWI registration card states he was born Jan 23rd, 1891 in Lincoln, Pennsylvania. He was single and living in Philadelphia. The registrar’s report states that Granville was short, of medium build, with brown eyes and… read more
The Levi O. Hacker family, circa 1910. This time Miriam is included with the family, age 9, but apparently she could not stand perfectly still while the photo was being taken. Does that look like a teddy bear in her arms? From left to right: Miriam E., Annie Laura, Levi O., Harry Lincoln, John Norman,… read more
Christoph1 Hacker (StephenA), who Herr Heil called a “cowboy and shoemaker,” was a shoemaker in Rußheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany where he was christened on 2 May 1697. His sponsors were Sebastian Neesz, a shoemaker from Rußheim; Christian Weickh, of Graben, and Anna Barbara Krebs of Linckenheim. He died in Cocalico Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania some time… read more
Isn’t it amazing how often family members disappear? Especially the farther back you go. Of course, they haven’t truly disappeared, you simply haven’t found the right records, assuming, of course, that they still exist. I’m seeking any information on Christopher Hocker (original spelling Hacker), born ca. 1776 at Erdenheim, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. It is said he went to Ohio…