WILLIAM HOLLINGER 25 OH, PAGE 90, HICKSVILLE
LOUISA 24 OH DEFIANCE CO, OH
1850 Hicksville, Defiance, Ohio
William Hollinger 53 PA, 1500 LAND
Elizabeth Hollinger 45 PA
John Hollinger 22 OH, 250 LAND
Mary Hollinger 17
Smith Hollinger 16
Wesley Hollinger 9
Ahiman Hollinger 7
William Hollinger 25 OH, 200 LAND
Louisa Hollinger 24 OH
1860 Hicksville, Defiance, OH
Wm Hollinger 63 PA,
Elizabeth Hollinger 58 PA
Mary Hollinger 24 OH
Wesley Hollinger 20 OH
Alimen Hollinger 19 OH (ck Dec Co., Ia)
William Hollinger 1 OH
Jn Adams 41
Jane Adams 38
11 Frances Adams 7
S Hollinger 30M
Wm Hollinger 34
Louisa Hollinger 39
Amanda Hollinger 9
Elizabeth Hollinger 4
CIVIL WAR =
William Hollinger Hicksville, Defiance, OH abt 1825 Ohio White Male
Louisa Hollinger Hicksville, Defiance, OH abt 1826 New York White Female
John Hollinger Hicksville, Defiance, OH abt 1831 Ohio White Male
Melinda Hollinger Hicksville, Defiance, OH abt 1837 Ohio White Female
Amanda Hollinger Hicksville, Defiance, OH abt 1851 Ohio White Female
Mary Hollinger Hicksville, Defiance, OH abt 1853 Ohio White Female
Elizabeth Hollinger Hicksville, Defiance, OH abt 1856 Ohio White Female
John Hollinger Hicksville, Defiance, OH abt 1856 Ohio White Male
Alice Hollinger Hicksville, Defiance, OH abt 1859 Ohio White Female
Rhuhamah Hollinger Hicksville, Defiance, OH abt 1862 Ohio White Female
Ellen Hollinger Hicksville, Defiance, OH abt 1863 Ohio White Female
Annie Hollinger Hicksville, Defiance, OH abt 1864 Ohio White Female
James W Hollinger Hicksville, Defiance, OH abt 1866 Ohio White Male
Charlie Hollinger Hicksville, Defiance, OH abt 1867 Ohio White Male
William Hollinger 45 Louisa Hollinger 44 Amanda Hollinger 19 Elizabeth Hollinger 14 Rhuhamah Hollinger 8 James W Hollinger 4
John Hollinger 39 Melinda Hollinger 33 Mary Hollinger 17 John Hollinger 14 Alice Hollinger 11 Ellen Hollinger 7 Annie Hollinger 6 Charlie Hollinger 3
Wm. Hollinger 55 Louesa Hollinger 54 Amanda R. Hollinger 29 Rhuhamma L. Hollinger 18 James W. Hollinger 14
John Hollinger 50 Malind J. Hollinger 45 Elen U. Hollinger 18 Cynthia A. Hollinger 15 Charls C. Hollinger 12 Belmont Hollinger 9 Bernice A. Hollinger 6 Norman J. Blair 27 OH, servant
John C. Clay 48 OH, dad PA, mom VA,
Mary Clay 43 Edward L. Clay 16 Albert A. Clay 11 Leah Hollinger 43 OH, sister, div, dad PA, mom VA
C. Hollinger 35 foreign, Bern, mom and dad BERN , photographer
Marria Hollinger 26 IN, both parents OH, wife
George Hollinger 7 OH, son, dad Bern, mom IN
Churchward Family wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I came across this obit in the Defiance,OH newspaper. Does anyone know
> which line of Hollingers?
> Mary Hollinger, daughter of John and Catherine Hollinger, was born in
> Lancaster Co. PA., March 18,1818. She was married to M.W. Babb in Stark
> Co. OH, Aug 6, 1843. To them were born 6 children; 4 of whom are still
> living. With her husband in 1846 the tedious journey was make to this
> part of the country by canal where she has since resided. She departed
> this life Aug. 2, 1893, aged 75 years, 4 months, and 14 days. I also
> have her hunbands obit. There children were Alfred J., Lucinda C.
> Harriet E. Eliza A. Malinda J. and Mary A..
> This family does not connect with the other Hollinger Family in Defiance
shirley Robinette <email@example.com>
M. W. Babb was Mark Babb
I beleive the John Hollinger you referred to was a brother to my gr gr
grandfather Georg (Johan) Hollinger, son of Hans Jacob Hollinger/Anna
Kuester. John was known as Johannes.
Georg Hollinger & several of his sons went to Ohio in 1820, 1830 they
were in Sugar Creek TWP, Stark Co. 1830 Georg was in Fayette Madison Co.
One of the sons was my gr grndfather William Wesley Hollinger. It is
believed the Georg (Johan) returned to Pa sometime in the 1830's.
1840 History of Defiance Co., Ohio-pge 279 quote" Clinton TWP, Fulton
"This land is now in part the town platt of the town Wauseon, on the Air
Line Railroad. There was neither canal nor railroad thought of near this
part of the county then.
Among the earliest settlers in the township were David Landis, Mark W.
Babb, William Hollinger and Nelson Tustason.
William Allen commenced the first clearing on the Fort Wayne road, and
William Hollinger and Mark W. Babb followed. They bought their land
October 11, 1842".
1850-my gr grandfather William Wesley Hollinger and his family settled
in Hicksville TWP, Defiance Co. until the late 1860's when they went to
Leon, Iowa where my gr grannfather & gr grandmother passed away & are
buried there in the Leon Cemetery. I believe that Mary Hollinger was a
cousin to my gr grandfather. Mary is a family name.