KATE'S PAGE = FRANKLIN CO, MS
JENNIFER'S PAGE = Lauderdale County
ANNE'S PAGE = FRANKLIN CO, MS
Churchward Family <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Jackson County Genealogical Society Journal Vol 4 Nbr 4
Adam Hollinger, 1798, Jackson Co. Mississippi
To His Excellency the Governor General:
Adam Hollinger an Inhabitant of the District of
Mobile, in the most
respectful manner presents himselk to your Excellency and says; that
there is a tract of vacant land situated on the East side of the
Pascagula River distant about ten leagues from the mouth of said river
upon the high lands called PENI-ATAYA, containing twenty arpens in front
on the river aforesaid, on said tract of land he wishes to build his
houses and to occupy the same as a place for raising cattle; and
likewise, your petitioner solicits and equal number of arpens in front
of the former, on an Island suitable for cultivation, but a very small
depth in as much as the said Island has a distance of about one arpen
more or less marshy, and altogether useless; which said lands up to the
present time have not been claimed by any person. He therefore humbly
hopes your Excellency may be pleased to grant him the said lands, and to
order that the necessary titles for the above lands be issured in his
favor from the Secretary's office of this Government
Wherefore may it please your Excellency to grant the prayer of his
petitioner, for which he will receive greatful thanks.
Mobile twenty sixth day
of October in the year
one thousand seven
hundred and ninety eight.
>From Mobile Translated Records, Pascagoula Library
Continued (Next page)
To his Excellency the Governor General:
The petitioner is an American, who for many years
Tombecbe River, He married a daughter of Peter Juzan Indian Commisary,
by which marriage he had three or four children, and is also an
inhabitant who is in good circumstances and owns a number of slaves to
cultivate the lands, and likewise a large stock of cattle. The tract of
land on which he is disirious to settle himself for the purpose of
leaving the American Government, is vacant and belongs to the Royal
Domain, and is situated then leagues above the mouth of Pascagula River,
and by granting the same to the petitioner no injury will be sustained
to others. Your Excellency however is at liberty to decide as you may
deem just and expedient.
Mobile second day of November one thousand seven
hundred and nineth eight.
(Signed) Manuel de Lousos.
___________ ______________ ________________ _______________
New Orleans nineteenth of November one thousand seven
The Commandant of the Post of
Mobile will put the petitioner in
possession of ten arpens of land in front by the depth of forty (instead
of the twenty five for which he asks a grant) at the place pointed out
by him in the preceding memorial, provided the same by vacant, and
without causing injury to a third person the proceddings of which survey
shall be make out and submitted to me in order to provide the petitioner
with the competent title in due form.
(Signed) Mamuel Gayoso de Lemos (Seal)
From Mobile Translated Records, Pascagoula Library
Contributed by "James Stephenson" <email@example.com>
1809 MISSISSIPPI TERR., MS
HOLLINGER, Alexander PETITIONERS # 734
1840 CENSUS, FRANKLIN CO., MS
HOLLINGER, Lewis M. # 11
HOLLINGER, Lewis M. NO TOWNSHIP LISTED # 161
1841 CENSUS, FRANKLIN CO., MS
HOLLINGER, Lewis M. NO TOWNSHIP LISTED #
1845 CENSUS, FRANKLIN CO., MS
HOLLINGER, Lewis M. NO TOWNSHIP LISTED #
Came across this and thought it might help someone. Didn't say the
but it was Choctaw Co.
Criminal Case 1913 Book 1 page 477 case #475
Fort Towson Enterprise Dec 8, 1911 pg. 4
Killing at Spencerville.
J.J. Young, a prominent and highly respected farmer of the Spencerville
community, was shot and killed Monday afternoon by Will Willburn while the
former was going home in his wagon alone. An old grudge is said to have
been the cause of the killing. Wilburn was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Pink
Anderson and lodged in jail.
The following list is a list of witnesses called on behalf of the State,
prove allegations of the information charging Will Wilburn and W.M.
Hullinger with the murder of J.P. Young. Wilburn was arrested January 5,
1912. During the examining trial on January 11, 1912, both pleaded
not-guilty. Wilburn tried to get out on bail by saying being enclosed in a
jail cell with loud noise was bad on his health since he had lived his life
on the farm. Request denied. The trial began at 9 a.m. March 27, 1912.
Hullinger was acquitted. I believe he had an alibi. Wilburn was found
guilty by all 12 jurors (J.W. Davis - Foreman) and sent to the State
Penitentiary in McAlester, April 6, 1912.
What does AFTER REMOVAL say about this list of people? Is a date
i.e., what do they have in common. Perhaps the title of the table in
this list appears tells us something? Thank you.
I was thinking the same as you were. I kept reading before and after
the pages where the lists were, but it doesn't have any kind of dates.
I'm assuming these people were prominante during the time of the Dancing
Rabbit Creek treaty as the second page of names states they were signers
of the treaty.
There is only about 146 pages to the entire book and about half of the
book is used up listing his sources, which is good, but that doesn't
leave much room for data. The copy write of the book is 1986. The
sources he sited at the end of this chapter covers 2 pages.
I see this notation: "Juzan family genealogies on file in MDAH indicate
that Pierre, the first of the family in the New World, had a military
commission from the French King."
I think there is more value in the references than in the book itself.
marie sellers hollinger wrote:
> FAY - am forwarding to our HOLLINGER discussion group - Thanks
> Sharing-marie, iowa-
> Fay Ratcliff <firstname.lastname@example.org
> > CHOCTAW-SOUTHEAST
> > Source: AFTER REMOVAL, The Choctaw in Mississippi
> > P. 43,
> > John Adcock
> > Susan Anoba
> > James Bailey
> > Betsey Beans
> > Silas Bohannon
> > John Bond
> > Zadock Brashear
> > Allen Carney
> > John Cravat
> > Charles Durant
> > Michael Elliot
> > Josiah Fletcher
> > David Folsom
> > William Foster
> > James Gardner
> > William Hall
> > Robert Hancock
> > George Harkins
> > Daniel Harris
> > Johnj Hinson
> > William Hollinger
> > Calvert Howell
> > Adam James
> > George Johnston
> > William Jones
> > Arthur Kearney
> > Greenwood Leflore
> > Anne Lewellyn
> > William Lightfoot
> > John McCillivray
> > Joel Nail
> > Betsey Pinson
> > Peter Ptchlynn
> > John Randon
> > Samuel Sealy
> > George Stiggins
> > Arthur Turnbull
> > Tandy Walker
> > Billy Wright.
> > More to follow;
> > Fay
Subject: [MSFRANKL-L] Hollingers at Hopewell
>I believe your Luthera Hollinger should be Luther Hollinger, he was a
Lewis M. Hollinger
Sorry Kate but it is Luthera, the males are on one side of the roster and
the females on the other, and if Luther wasn't listed on this list then he
wasn't on this roster....keeping in mind that this roster only covers the
the very very early 1860's.
"D. Hanson" <email@example.com
Subject: [IP] Waschow/warshaw/
HI: This group helped me greatly with hollingers. I now have
a man named David
Waschow (Warshaw) who first appears in Mississippi in 1826, is naturalized in Adams
Co MS in 1828. He appears in the Census of 1840 in Franklin County Ms and died in
1844. He was close to Lewis Michael Hollinger; he had no children and left his
estate to Hollinger.
Does this name ring a bell with anyone? I know that he spoke
German; he owned land
and was a merchant. Is this a likely Palatine name? Bavarian? any suggestions
would be greatly appreciated. Kate