So I was doing a little more digging and found a Public Tree on Ancestry.com referencing a Lorenz Hopfengartner and Maria Zacker (same line as mine). But I don't have an Ancestry.com subscription. I used Ancestry Library through the military.
Ancestry Library does not provide access to the Public Tree's, so I sent out a couple of requests on Twitter and Google+ asking for help in looking at this tree.
About 30 minutes after I made the post on Google+ I got a response back from Carol Stevens giving me a suggestion and also offering to help look at the tree for me.
She responded about 10 minutes later with some information but nothing that I didn't already have in my tree. I was hoping that I might have found someone else doing research on the same branch of my family (Hopfengartner). So that turned out to be a dead end, but I was sure thankful for the quick turn around by Carol.
Second I made a post over on Ancestry.com about looking up military records for Nuremberg, Germany in 1840-1860 time frame. I also received a response on this, but at the moment it actually brought more questions then answers to this.
First off I don't have a clue what religion they are, I would have assumed that they were Catholic, but the post responder said most likely Lutheran. Next they asked which section/area of Nuremberg that my line was from. All I know is that they were from Nuremberg. I have nothing more at this time to go on.
I think I can order some microfilms from Family History Centers but it looks like a lot of them to try and figure out where my family was. Maybe there are some cemeteries over there that I might be able to narrow down my search?
Running out of my known options, besides physically going there to Germany and looking around.