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Offline Hasler

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Re: Hasler names origins
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 26 July 08 23:12 BST (UK) »
Ok will have alook

thanks for all your help

take care
Carol
HASLER, THOMPSON, SMITH, WHEELER, SINFIELD, BASS, MALE, RIDLEY, WILKES,
HARRINGTON, ADAMSON, HARRISON, LANGAN, HARVEY,

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Re: Hasler names origins
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 02 February 16 19:17 GMT (UK) »
Yes, the Hasler surname is Swiss and/or German.  Ancient family surnames often loose their origin over time.  Many different spellings.  Visit https://archive.org/stream/pdfy-GymZ6mfvAzoZpNGj/Hasler%20Families%20and%20Where%20pdf The pdf is a translation by Helen Hasler Dempsey and explains the origins as well as the various spellings.


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Re: Hasler names origins
« Reply #11 on: Tuesday 23 August 16 18:34 BST (UK) »
Hi,
I am related to the Hasler/Bohannon/Beard families of Essex. Unfortunately I have no information that you already don't know. Intact, you possibly know more than I do. However, I have had my DNA done and I have a heck of a lot of Germanic DNA in me, yet no English. I would, therefore take Hasler as being German.

Emily.
Hasler Bohannon Beard Gandy Clayden Thurley Rhodes Hilton Price

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Re: Hasler names origins
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 20 June 19 16:18 BST (UK) »
I just recently started tracing genealogy for the many branches of my family.  My maternal grandmother’s maiden name is Ashlaw.  I found through census paperwork that when her great-grandfather started out on his own the family surname was transcribed by the census taker as Ashlaw, but found out that he was a Hasler.  His father (my GGGGgrandfather, Baptist Hasler) was a Canadian born native French speaker (québécois).  I’m sure the name was lost in a French Canadian accent.  I always thought of the Hasler surname as being of German or Swiss lineage.  Unfortunately, I’m at a standstill in my search.

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Re: Hasler names origins
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 20 June 19 19:13 BST (UK) »
Here is a much earlier Haseler in England, in Common Pleas, Hilary term 1448, first full entry, middle of fifth line:

http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT1/H6/CP40no748/bCP40no748dorses/IMG_1631.htm

John Haseler, of Babstoke, (Baverstock, Wilts) yeoman

At around the same time, Hilary term 1453, the same spelling was used for the parish name of Haselor, Warwickshire.

First entry, sixth line:
http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT1/H6/CP40no768/bCP40no768dorses/IMG_1634.htm

Geoffrey Perkyns, of Haseler, (Haselor, Warwick), husbandman

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