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JOHANNES HOLLINGER 1748-1793

        From: HELEN
           INDYCARVER@aol.com

Johannes Hollinger
(1748-1793)PA m. Elizaabeth Peterman (- )
  l. Johannes Georg Hollinger (1778- ) PA m. ( ) Margaret McClure ( - )
  2. Christoph Hollinger (1779-1788) PA
  3. Elizabetha Hollinger (1780- )PA
  4. Johannes Hollinger (1782-)PA m. Elizabeth Weneger
  5. Jacob Hollinger (1784-1824)
  6. Veronica Frances Hollinger (1784- ) PA m. David Brown ( - )
  7. John Esterli Hollinger ( ) PA
I am also showing that Veronica Frances Hollinger married to David Brown
having two sons. Henry Joseph Brown and Daniel Brown.  (No further
information
on the Brown's)

Since this is not my direct line, and has not been proven. Please use for
a
reference only and it is subject for correction.

Helen



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JOHN HOLLINGER WILL 4-3-1793-   Proved 26 day of September 1793
    Lancaster Co. PA Will Book Y Vol. 2 page 312

Whereas I John Hollinger of Donegal Twp in the Co of Lancaster and State
of PA
being weak of Body but of good understanding and therefore thought prepare
to
make my last will and testament and to order how my effects should be
disposed
of after my decease.
First it is my will that all my just Debts shall be paid out of my estate.
Secondly I give and bequeath unto my widow Elizabeth two Beds and
Bedsteads
which she chooses all the linen [illegible and illegible possible flax] I
now
have one cow which she chooses one chest one table one iron stove which
she
chooses one spinning wheel a kitchen dresser and kitchen furniture as she
chooses of that which is now here and the above mentioned articles she
shall
hold as her property And further it is my will that the residue of my
personal
estate and also all my real estate shall be sold as soon as can be to the
best
advantage and I impower my herein named Executors of this my last will and
Testament to give & make Deeds and there by grant & confirm all my Right
in as
full & perfect a manner as I now posses it.  And Further it is my will
that my
widow shall yearly have the Interest arising out of the sum of one hundred
and
fifty Pounds for her support during the Time she remains my widow and the
residual shall be equally divided amongst all my children excepting my
eldest
son George shall have Ten pounds in lieu of his second share and then be
equal
shares with the rest each of my children shall be [illegible] out of his
own
share And further I appoint my Trusty friends Christian Bucher and Anthony
Hess both of Donegal Township in the County of Lancaster to execute this
my
last will and Testament And I hereby declare this and no other to be my
last
Will and Testament In Witness hereof, I hereto set my Hand and Seal the
third
day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety
three.
Signed sealed and confirmed in the presence of witnesses:
David Craig
John Engel

John Hollinger [seal]

Proved 26 day of September 1793 witnesses appeared David Craig [Graig?]
and
John Engle
Craig confirmed oath
Engle solemn affirmation