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             "Charles Ivins" civins@catlover.com "
civins2@cox.net   (JAN 2002)
MAY 2001 = civins2@home.com

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PICTURES = BOTTOM of  PAGE

If any one needs info on
> their descendants, now that I know they are "mine" I have a large file of
> info on them.  Or you can go to my tree on Family Tree Maker Online, and
> view the InterneTree on the Ivins/ Blanchard Family Home Page.
>http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/i/v/i/Charles--Ivins/
> Chuck

I'm Charles "Chuck" Ivins, Jr., and new to this list.  I have very little
info on my Hollinger ancestry, and hoping some of you may be distant
cousins.   I do know that Jacob died in Constantine, MI.  I believe he was
born in Pennsylvania, and married in Sandusky Co, OH,  to Sarah Overmyer
from Perry Co., OH.   I found "my" Jacob Hollinger in the "Overmyer2"
genealogy website some months ago.    All the dates and places match, tho
his son John Wilbur Hollinger isn't listed there, but does list three
daughters, Celeste, Margaret, and Josephine.  Thanks in advance for any
info on these folks that you may have.

Direct Descendants of Jacob Hollinger

 1   Jacob Hollinger 1814 - 1892
.  +Sarah OVERMYER 1819 - 1903
........ 2   John Wilbur Hollinger 1864 - 1943
............  +Ida Selina Blanchard 1860 - 1895
................... 3   Edyth Mary Hollinger 1887 - 1985
.......................  +William Herbert Blanchard 1876 - 1937
.............................. 4   Emma Lucille Blanchard 1928 -
..................................  +Charles Ivins 1926 -
......................................... 5   Charles Ivins, Jr. 1953 -



 CHARLES, thanks, in 1850 Sandusky Co, Ohio I see=
> CHARLES HULLINGER, PAGE 50 JACKSON
> HENRY HULLINGER,PAGE 50 JACKSON
> JACBO HULLEYER, PAGE 13 WASHINGTON
> JOHN HULLUYER, PAGE 13 WASHINGTON
>
> But, I haven't read this  census for ages, have you?
>
> Hollinger marriages =
> JACOB HOLLINGER/EMELINEJONES/AUG 11, 1842
> HULLINGER?/CHRISTINE MAGOMERY/JAN 14, 1834
> JOHN W. HULLINGER/SUSANNAH SPOH/JUN 12,1842
> MARY ANN HULLINGER/ARCHIBALD CHANEY/JAN 12/1843
>
> Altho Seneca Co is next door and should check there-
> What did the OVERMYER history say?

I'm copying, below, the info from the "Descendents of John George
Obermayer"
database:

Jacob HOLLINGER
14 Feb 1814 - 26 Mar 1892
BIRTH: 14 Feb 1814, PA
DEATH: 26 Mar 1892, Constantine, MI
Family 1 : Sarah OVERMYER
MARRIAGE: 9 Jun 1842, Sandusky Co., OH
 Celeste HOLLINGER
 Margaret HOLLINGER

> 1880 we have
> Jacob HOLINGER, page 99 Jackson
> Could this  be the father Jacob HOLLINGER born ca 1814?

Do you know where the Jackson you mention above is located?

> When did he go to Michigan which is only a couple counties north?

I would love to find out how and when the Hollingers moved to MI!
 

> Son John Wilbur 1864 should be on this 1880 census with parents - mom was
45
> when he was born, probably last child?

I did notice that John Wilbur's mother would have been 45 at his birth.
That does concern me and wonder if it is likely?    It makes me wonder if
there are some inaccuracies some where.

> Maybe someone else has some info on Sandusky Co, Ohio HOLLINGERS?
> Thanks for sharing what you can, marie, iowa

You're welcome, and thank YOU.



CHARLES - Thank You - will just answer One question =
1880 SANDUSKY CO, OH=
JACOB HOLINGER, PAGE 99B, JACKSON TWN

We don't have much Sandusky Co, Oh info - perhaps others -
But, BURGNER/SELLERS family was in this area and then to SENECA Co, =next
door to Sandusky= But, my index of their names does Not show.
Shirley Robinette (a member) has done work on Burgner family - But, she is
out Gadding around the country ! She'll be back -
And someone else May have relation here?

You sent One child of John Wilbur Hollinger 1864= Edyth Mary Hollinger 1887
If you would like to post his other kids names, we will list them =
AND where any of them went is very important=
We may have younger HOLLINGERS trying to connect to your HOLLINGERS!
CHARLES' PAGE=
http://www.netins.net/showcase/sellerfamily/hollycharles.htm
marie, iowa
PS - MICHIGAN has good records



Hello again,

Here is some additional, tho very limited information on my Hollingers.
They lived in Sandusky Co., Ohio, then at least one member, John Wilbur,
moved to Constantine, St. Joseph Co., MI.   John Wilbur's daughter, Edyth,
was my grandmother.

Descendants of Jacob Hollinger

 1   Jacob Hollinger 1814 - 1892
.  +Sarah OVERMYER 1819 - 1903
........ 2   John Wilbur Hollinger 1864 - 1943
............  +Ida Selina Blanchard 1860 - 1895
................... 3   Edyth Mary Hollinger 1887 - 1985
.......................  +William Herbert Blanchard 1876 - 1937
................... 3   Evaline Hollinger 1891 - 1989
.......................  +Roy Roscoe Laudeman 1891 - 1945
................... 3   Mable Hollinger 1884 - 1884
................... 3   Mable Hollinger 1885 - 1937
.......................  +Charles Albert Moore 1885 - 1964
................... 3   Wilbur John Hollinger 1889 - 1959
.......................  +Ida Grace Fleming 1889 -
........ 2   Margaret Hollinger
........ 2   Celeste Hollinger
........ 2   Josephine Hollinger



I have a copy of his
obituary.  It does mention his parents, Jacob Hollinger and Sarah Overmyer,
but no siblings are mentioned.  It states that he was born in Sandusky Co,
OH, but lived most of his life in Constantine, (St. Joseph Co.) MI, and
died
at age 79.   It also lists Ida Richards as his first wife (obit is
incorrect...it was Ida Blanchard), who died in 1895.    He later married
Emma Black Gee.  Survivors are listed as:  daughters Mrs. Edith Blanchard
(my grandmother),  Mrs. Roy (Evalyn) Laudeman,  and Mrs. Clarence Barnhart
(I'm not sure who this is, unless it is Mable whom I show listed as married
to Charles Moore.), and son Wilbur John Hollinger.

I don't have any info on siblings or parents for Jacob Hollinger.  I also
don't have any siblings for John Wilbur Hollinger, other than what appears
on the 1850 and 1860 census.



CHARLES -
The 1900 census looks like John HOLLINGER 1864 could have been married to
IDA SELINA Blanchard died in 1895 (Charles info)
and remarried Emma E. probably after 1895 and before 1897

AND if ARTIMETIA BLANCHARD 1817  was IDA'S mother
the child = Evaline Hollinger born june 1891 could be Ida's also?

LINDA, I think you have help Prove  CHARLES' family!
Let us know how you sleep tonite, Charles?
marie, iowa



HeHllo again!

Yes,  Ida Selina Blanchard was my great grandmother, first wife of John
Hollinger.  I have very little official genealogical documentation, but
one
thing I do have is a copy of Ida's death certificate.  It states that she
died of consumption on August 28, 1895.     My mother had requested a copy
of their marriage certificate from Michigan Dept. of Health but they were
unable to find it.  We don't know the date either.

Artimetia Blanchard WAS Ida's mother.   I have lots of info on Artimetia
(Blodgett) Blanchard's ancestry if anyone ever needs it.   Yes, Evaline,
daughter of Ida, was my great aunt.....in fact she was our family
genealogist, and got me interested in continuing the research.
Unfortunately I have none of her documentation, just names and dates.  Her
work is the back bone of the info I now have.  She lived to be 99.  I hope
she's smiling down on us!  Her sister, my grandmother, Edyth, probably is
not listed in the census because she went to live with her uncle and aunt
in
Petosky, MI when their mother died.
 

Thank you all for helping prove my great aunt was right!



I received a "Certified Record of Death" for my great great grandfather,
Jacob Hullenger (as written on the form) from St Joseph, Co. MI county
clerk's office.  He died March 26, 1892 in Constantine, and was born in
Pennsylvania.  He was 79.  I had hoped his parents were listed, but they
aren't.  So I'm still trying to find out who they were!  I can e-mail or
fax
a copy of the certificate to anyone interested.

Chuck Ivins  ivins.c@worldnet.att.net



CHARLES - thanks for sharing -
Did we check for Ohio Marriages of Jacob HOLLINGER and ?
kids were born in OHIO!

AND who is WM HOLLINGER in 1850 MICHIGAN?

AND who is JACOB HOLLINGER IN 1820 HURON CO, OH?
Sandusky/Seneca  made from Huron Co in 1820?

Can you Go to Internet? Go to HURON CO, OH and ask for lookup on land
deeds -
Some tell you Where they came from!
Thanks for sharing, marie, iowa


CHARLES - Thank You - Now, if you go to SANDUSKY CO, OH history, you find
=
SENECA CO, OH = lays next to Sandusky and both made ca 1820 =

CATHERINE HOLLINGER 1810 , dau of JACOB HOLLINGER 1782, married  1830
PETER
BURGNER
They were in STARK CO, OH in 1812/16, etc
This JACOB HOLLINGER 1782 had a brother JOHN 1794 and brother CHRISTIAN
1785-

IS this History correct = Any corrections to Same?

BURGNER family also had a history on this family = connection to DANIEL
HOLLINGER in Huntingdon Co, PA? and kids moving to OH.

Huntingdon Co, PA was made  1787?
Some of these kids could be baptized in Lancaster Co, PA? or?

ANY help appreciated in showing us the Source of Proof on these families
=
These younger HOLLINGERS are the ones we need to help. Connections to
these
Counties/States =
Thanks, marie, iowa
====

Charles Ivins wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I'm still searching for information on my Hollinger-Hullinger
ancestors.  I
> just found these families, below,  on roots.web.  These census records
seem
> to suggest (to me) that a John Hullinger may have been my third great
> grandfather,  as there was a John Hullinger, age 67, living my second
great
> grandparents, Jacob and Sarah and their children in 1850 Sandusky Co,
OH.
> According to the census records, it appears that Jacob and Sarah also
had
> living with them the family of John W. and Susanah.   Does anyone know
any
> of these people?   (I don't know if the first two families, from
Germany,
> were related to mine.)
>
> Chuck



LINDA - Thank You for Any Help.
Seneca Co lays next to Sandusky Co,OH
1826 Sandusky Co = Jacob Hollinger land
 Peter Burgner m 1830 Stark Co Catherine Hollinger and came to Seneca Co
ca 1840's?
It appears this family   did live/ in both counties - But, Not at same
time Jacob
HOLLINGER did - Although we don't know where this Jacob Hollinger is in
1830/40?
Do we Charles? Or did he just own land here? Sometimes, you can trace
when they
bought the land and it will show where they lived at that time=
DID that land lay close to SENECA CO, border?
BUT, that JACOB HOLLINGER would have been born ca 1800/5 to have land
there in 1826?
Are we missing a generation?
ALSO, who has a chart on the DANIEL HOLLINGER father of JACOB HOLLINGER
born
6-6-1782?
OR Any of his brothers/sisters? esp JOHN HOLLINGER 9-19-1794=
Do we have a reading on 1850 SENECA CO, OH ? Please send on
ADAM HUINIGER, page 296 Hopewell
JACOB HUINIGER, PAGE 296 Hopewell
Could they have come from Sandusky over the border to Seneca?
ANY/ALL help/info/ideas welcomed
marie, iowa
==========

Churchward Family wrote:

> Marie & Charles
> The Catherine Hollinger 1810, dau of Jacob Hollinger 1782 m. Peter
Burgner is my
> family.
> Iam sure there is no connection between this family and the family of
Charles.
>
> Linda



I have three old scanned Hollinger pictures. One is from around 1864 in
Fremont Ohio.
How can I send them to the group?

Chuck Ivins

PS: the pictures include members John Wilbur Hollinger's family (my great
grandfather).

Some of the family members pictured are listed below:

1   Jacob HOLLINGER b: February 14, 1814 in Pennsylvania  d: March 26, 1892
in Constantine, Michigan
.  +Sarah OVERMYER b: March 23, 1819 in Perry County, Ohio m: June 09, 1842
d: May 30, 1903 in Constantine, Michigan
...... 2   Margaret HOLLINGER b: Abt. 1843  d: WFT Est. 1841-1945
..........  +Ira Hendricks
...... 2   Josephine HOLLINGER b: June 19, 1845 in Ohio  d: April 03, 1933
in Mishawaka, St. Joseph Co,  Indiana
..........  +David ARMSTRONG b: February 04, 1840 in Cayuga County, New
York
m: December 25, 1865 in Florence twp, St. Joseph Count, Michigan d: June
18,
1916 in South Bend, Indiana
...... 2   William Hollinger b: March 1848 in Ohio
..........  +Sarah J. Adams b: February 1848 in MI m: in Saint Joseph
County, MI
...... 2   Mary Hollinger b: August 1850  d: 1914
..........  +Elias Engleman b: October 1838 in Pennsylvania  d: 1917
...... 2   Celeste HOLLINGER b: July 1857 in Ohio  d: WFT Est. 1841-1945
..........  +Louis Gish b: May 1843 in Germany m: in Saint Joseph County,
MI
d: Bef. 1930
...... 2   John Wilbur Hollinger b: April 14, 1864 in Freemont, Sandusky
Co., OH  d: September 05, 1943 in Constantine, MI
..........  +Ida Selina Blanchard b: August 26, 1860  d: August 26, 1895
......  *2nd Wife of John Wilbur Hollinger:
..........  +Emma Black Gee b: August 10, 1859  d: August 03, 1932



FROM CHUCK IVINS civins@catlover.com
"Hollinger Couple"   this is the same picture that is on the wall in
"Hollingers" photo.   We don't know who this couple is, but I assume they
are the parents or grandparents of Jacob Hollinger or his wife Sarah
Overmyer. I'm especially interested in finding out if anyone recognizes
them, or their manner of dress.  Were they Amish, Mennonite, German
Reformed?


"Hollinger Sisters"
(Margaret, Josephine, Mary,  Celeste   Hollinger)   But we don't know which
is which.  Can anyone help?


"Hollingers"   The John Wilbur Hollinger, below, was my great grandfather.
We know this is a picture of his sisters and other members of his family,
but don't know who is who.  Can any one help?

FROM  civins@catlover.com


I would  like to ask if you would add,  in the section for the 1900 census for
Emmet  County, MI,  my grandmother Edith Hollinger  ew. William Blanchard.  I
had  been searching for her on the census and just found her a couple of days
ago.   I know for a fact this is my grandmother because she told me
herself
 she lived with her uncle and aunt, (William and Martha Blanchard) in the
 Pestoskey (Emmet County) area after her mother died.  Grandmom spelled her
 name "Hollinger" but it looks like "Hoilinger" on the census.   I am
 attaching a copy of the census page which may be hard for you to read.
 Its from Springvale Township, supervisors district 10, enumeration
district
 91, sheet 15 B,  page 160.

 Thanks!



Subject:
       Sarah (Overmeyer) Hollinger
   Date:
       Tue, 15 Jan 2002 22:10:25 -0500
  From:
       "Charles Ivins" <civins2@cox.net>
    To:
       <dparrott@npcc.net>
    CC:
       "Mike King" <woolf@net-link.net>,
       "David Newton" <david@minerva.ucsd.edu>,
       "marie sellers hollinger" <mari@netins.net>,
       "Tom Carpenter" <tomjean@voyager.net>

Hi Dale, (and kin)
 
Its been a long since we've been in touch.  I'm Chuck Ivins, descended from John Wilbur Hollinger, son of Jacob
Hollinger and Sarah Overmeyer.  We had exchanged information quite a while ago.
 
I hadn't been working on the Hollinger branch of the family for some time, and did some searching today. I found
something that may interest you.
 
I didn't have much on the family of Margaret Hollinger (eldest daughter of Jacob and Sarah) and her husband
Isaiah Henricks.  Did some looking around on the net, and found a family tree on ancestry.com that includes this
family.  Then, I used an index to look for them in the census.  I found them in Caldwell County of Missori, in
1870.  I pressed my luck, and looked there in 1900 and found them again.  To my amazement, not expecting to find
her at all, I found Margaret's mother, the 81year old Sarah Hollinger, living with the family!
 
I'm attaching two bitmap images;  the first one shows Isaiah Henricks, at bottom of page; then the rest of the
family at the top of the next census page.
 
Chuck


   Henricks, Isaiah 1900



   Hollinger, Sarah 1900