Hansler Family Fonds RG 24
The Hansler family emigrated to Canada from New Jersey around 1780, settling in Thorold Township, Ont. In 1872, Andrew Hansler bought a house in Thorold Township which became known as the Hansler House, and which remained in the family for three generations. The house was sold in 1957 by Doris McClellan Flemington, who inherited the house from her aunt, Jennie Hansler.
Fonds consists of records and other material accumulated by Doris McClellan Flemington during her research as a genealogist. Fonds includes original land documents, other legal and financial documents, correspondence and photographs. Also included are two publications by Doris McClellan Flemington, the first a genealogy of the Mercer family (1997), and the other a history of the Hansler property in Thorold, Ont. (1998).
(2013-10-02)Indenture of property in Wainfleet between Daniel Robins of Township of Thorold and George Hansel of the township of Pelham. The cost to Hansel for the purchase was 40 pounds.
(2013-10-02)A permit to leave Canada requested by Simon E. Hansler September 14, 1918. The request states that he is permitted to leave Canada on or before December 1, 1918. The document includes his date of birth, eye colour, hair ...