BLAIR CO, PA (made in
lays next to
Names of the dead soldiers whose graves were decorated Wednesday
C. Potts post, Grand Army of the republic.
Stephen Hollinger, private, A. 43d U. S. colored troops.
1880 BLAIR CO, PA
Census Place: Altoona, Blair, Pennsylvania
Source: FHL Film 1255102 National Archives Film T9-1102 Page 163B
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Elizabeth HOLLINGER Self F W B 61 VA
Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: VA
Fastus HOLLINGER Son M S B 28 VA
Occ: Barber Fa: VA Mo: VA
Barbara HOLLINGER Dau F S B 25 PA
Fa: VA Mo: VA
Elizabeth Hollinger, 1895 (formerly of Altoona) Mrs. Hollinger
> was one of 86 > slaves belonging to the Carter estate and brought to PA in 1853.
Query: I am researching the family of Jeremiah Hollinger of Blair
Co, Pa. He was the son of
Samuel Hollinger who apparently resided in Miami co, KS along with
his wife Nancy (Baker)
and several children. Apparently, he had a family in Kansas, and
then at least some family
members returned to PA, because my his son, Jeremiah, was the
mother of my GG
grandmother, Susan Hollinger, who lived in PA. I would appreciate
any information on the
Hollingers who lived in Kansas and what their migration story was.
Jeremiah's brothers and
sisters who were born in KS that I know of were: Jacob, Simon (who
Smith), Lewis (who married Stuffy Carper), and Louisa (who married
There are references to several Hollingers in
Vol 2 of the cemetery
index (Delilah, Elizabeth,
Jake, Lemuel, Nancy, Samuel, and Simon). The Hollinger family is
also mentioned in the
history of pioneer families of pages 202 and 203.
I would really appreciate the information that
is available on this
family in Kansas. At this
point, it is a real stumper to me why they would have gone from PA
to KS and then (at least
some members of the family) come back to PA.
Barb Vaughan email@example.com
Response: The references on pp 202 and 203 of
Family Histories and
Stories of Miami Co.
do discuss Samuel and Nancy Hollinger, their son Simon Hollinger
and his wife Elizabeth
Smith, their grandson Lemuel Hollinger and his wife Delia May Day,
their grandson Boyd
Cecil Hollinger and his wife Esther May Renner, and their children.
The actual text runs about
a column and a half, and includes two photographs - Boyd and
Esther, Lemuel and Delia. The
text is interesting but doesn't do much to clarify why they moved
to KS. Apparently the family
came to KS in 1877 in a group of four families, 16 individuals,
traveling by train. They spent
their first night in KS at the farm home of D. H. Longenecker who
had come from PA. They
paid 1000 dollars for 80 acres.
Other incidental references to this surname are
found on pp 146,
313, 345 of Family Histories
and Stories. In Vol II, Cemeteries of Miami Co, KS, p 127, Pleasant
Valley Cemetery, Row
3 Lot 38 - Hollinger, Deliah 1879-1962; Hollinger, Lemuel
1874-1967; p. 157, Scott Valley
Cemetery, Row 8, Lot 9S - Hollinger, Simon d 23 Mar 1896 age 52y
Elizabeth 11 Oct 1852 - 19 Jan 1940; Hollinger, Jake 1893-1968; Lot
24S - Hollinger,
Samuel 24 Mar 1814 - 8 Aug 1898 age 84y 4m 14d; Hollinger, Nancy
are four pages referenced for Hollinger in Vol. III.
You may wish to try and get these references
loan or ask the Historical
and Genealogy Society to make you photocopies of the pages.
Information about the
publications with their addresses can be found on the publications
Sean Furniss , SeanBarry@aol.com
I have the following obits, if you would like a scanned
Mrs. Estella Guyer Hollinger, 1971 (Woodbury), daughter of
Emmanuel and Elizabeth Shaffer Guyer, widow of David Hollinger.
Henry *Harry* Meyers, 1959, son of John and Mary Hollinger Meyers, widower of
from RJWNLW65@aol.com has obit
Minnie Keagy Weber, 1970 (Woodbury native), daughter of Jacob and Annie
Hollinger Keagy, wife of George Weber.
Subject: [PABLAIR-L] Obits~Blair and Surrounding Areas
I have the following obits, if you would like a scanned copy, please
offlist and include the name and the date the obit was sent to the list.
Elizabeth Hollinger, 1895 (formerly of Altoona) Mrs. Hollinger was one of
slaves belonging to the Carter estate and brought to PA in 1853.
may 12, 2003
Could you send our HOLLINGER group a copy of same.
APPRECIATE your sharing.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: RJWNLW65@aol.com [mailto:RJWNLW65@aol.com]
> Sent: Monday, May 12, 2003 10:02 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Source: PABLAIR-L@rootsweb.com
> Subject: [PABLAIR-L] Obits~Blair and Surrounding Areas
> I have the following obits, if you would like a scanned copy,
> please email me
> offlist and include the name and the date the obit was sent to the list.
> Elizabeth Hollinger, 1895 (formerly of Altoona) Mrs. Hollinger
> was one of 86
> slaves belonging to the Carter estate and brought to PA in 1853.
> Annie Whiteman
> PABlair Rootsweb List Administrator
> Annie Whiteman/Steve Patz
Blair & Surrounding Areas Obituaries
If you would like a scanned copy of any of the following obits, email me
Freeda Wyles Hollinger, 1971 (Martinsburg), daughte of Elmer and Iva Kagarise
Wyles, wife of D. Elwood Hollinger.
Karen Baker Burket, 1973 (Curryville native), daughter of Henry and Annie
Hollinger Baker, widow of Harry S. Burket.
Martinsburg Herald, 1908, page MH1908-012
Hollinger, infant, c/o Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hollinger; b: aged abt 5 weeks;
d: Feb 1908; bur: Beavertown.