|Birth: ||Jun. 6, 1864|
|Death: ||Apr. 13, 1936|
Father: Phillip Gross (?-1863)
Mother: Mahala Faulkerson
Husband: Dennis Haisley (1859-1909)
Minnie Haisley (1883-1904)
Ethel May Haisley Davis (1886-)
John Wesley Haisley (1888-1963)
Susan Jane Haisley Harvey (1890-1937)
Charles Paul Haisley (1894-1968)
From Biographical Memoirs of Grant County, Indiana (1901):
"...July 1, 1882, Mr. Haisley married Louisa Gross, daughter of Philip and Mahala (Faulkerson) Gross. She was born June 6, 1864. Mr. and Mrs. Haisley have five children, viz.: Minnie A., born December 3, 1883; Ethel M., born August 21, 1886; John W., born October 24, 1888; Susie J., born December 25, 1890; and Paul, born February 28, 1894.
Philip Gross was born in Germany, and after coming to the United States enlisted as a volunteer soldier in the Civil war, and while in the service was taken sick and died in a hospital in New Orleans in December, 1863, where his remains were buried. He was the father of the following children: Lottie, now Mrs. Wade, resides in South Tennessee; Washington resides in Marion; Mrs. Haisley; Julia is deceased, and was Mrs. Marshall Newell, of Illinois. The mother of Mrs. Haisley was born in Virginia and died in Cincinnati, Ohio, aged sixty-two years.
Mr. and Mrs. Haisley are members of the Friends church."
Note: According to the 1870 and 1880 census records, Louisa lived with Ira Haisley and Rebecca Overman Haisley at age 6 and age 16. I am really struggling to find information on her parents and cannot confirm the claim above about her father being buried near New Orleans.
Dennis Haisley (1859 - 1909)*
Minnie A. Haisley (1883 - 1904)*
Ethel May Haisley Davis (1886 - 1911)*
John Wesley Haisley (1888 - 1963)*
Charles Paul Haisley (1894 - 1968)*
Plot: 5C/Sec E
Maintained by: AlaskaCarrie
Originally Created by: Tombstoner & Family
Record added: Aug 17, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11548706
Louisa Gross Haisley is my second-great grandmother. If anyone who views this is able to help me with information about her parents, Phillip Gross and Mahala Faulkerson/Fulkerson - I would greatly appreciate it. They would be my third great grandparents...(Read more)|
Added: Mar. 31, 2013