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YVONNE'S PAGE

DANIEL HOLLINGER 1795/1859

DELLINGER'S 



From Shirley Robinette
smr@wvi.com

In 1750, in East Pernsboro, Cumberland County.., Pennsylvanis, a tax
list o f the so-called  Scotch-Irish colony shows, among many: Samuel
Fisher, Titus Hollinger, Samuel McCormick...& others./note  Scotch-Irish
here means Lowland Scots & others  British subjects who had been living
in Ulster & had fled to New World. An old item in the Archives tells of
the Prosprietaries' antagonism to them, holding them as being
non-farming folk; many of this colony migrated to the DSouth. Such is a
vague acciount of this important settler.
re:  Henry Kline Hollinger"s Hollinger Sagas 1959
Shirley Robinette


Houston [houston4@netcarrier.com]
[PACUMBER] Carlisle Gazette 1790/ notices


I have a copy of one page of transcribed notices from the Carlisle Gazette, 1790

Names include:
Work
Irwin
Clark
Stover
Poe
Royer
Clunie
Kean
Steel
Laird
Goforth
Gana
Rippley
Duncan
Nicholson
Hollinger
Carson
Lusk
Matthews
Vanhorne
M'Keehen
Sterret
Finley
Semple
Nelson
Stanford
Buchanan
Brown
Stuart
Magaw
M'Dowell
Franck
Barklay
Smith (Peter)

Mentions everything from election results to stray horses,
and gives the residence of those listed above.

Email me for more information if you like.

Marcia Fronk
houston4@netcarrier.com


1790
PHILLIP HULINGER = 1-0-6, PAGE 79, HOPEWELL, NEWTON, TYBORN, WESTPENSBORO TWN
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GEORGE OPINTS?
CHRISTIAN DEAL
SOLOMON CLYDE



Contributed by "James Stephenson" <zoa29@theramp.net>
PA 1791-1808, CUMBERLAND CO., PA 1800
HOLLINGER, Christopher                        #  152       00010-30100-00 =



1810 CUMBERLAND CO, PA =
NO HOLLINGERS



1820 CUMBERLAND CO, PA=
DANIEL HULLINGER, PAGE 10 ALLEN TWP (ck York Co., Pa, msh)



1830 CUMBERLAND CO, PA
DANIEL HULLINGER, PAGE 48 MONROE =312101-001001=

MALE 30/40 = 1790/1800

MALE 15/20

2 MALES 10/15

MALE 5/10

3 MALES U 5 =

next

PETER BRICKER

JOHN HOPPLE JR
GEORGE HULLINGER, PAGE 131 MECHANICSBURG =100011-00101=

MALE 30/40 = 1790/1800

MALE 20/30

MALE U 5

FEMALE 20/30

FEMALE 10/15

next

LEWIS STINEHAUER

WM DIFFENBOYED

 



1840 CUMBERLAND CO, PA=
GEORGE HALLINGER, PAGE 31 DICKINSON
DANIEL HOLLINGER, PAGE 141 MONROE
GEORGE HOLLINGER, PAGE 9 MECHANICSBURG
JOHN HOLLINGER, PAGE 158 SILVERSPRING



1850 CUMBERLAND CO, PA=

The 1850 Cumberland Co, Pa census =
DANIEL HOLLINGER 52 PA (1798)
CATHERINE 50 PA
ADAM 21 PA
ELIZABETH 16 PA
CATHERINE 15 PA
REBECCA 14 PA
GEO W. DIXON 10 PA
MRS BOSLINS? 60
SAMUEL BISHOP? 30
next to
ANDREW HOFMAN 28 PA (ca1822,msh)
ANN 23 PA
SUSAN 2 PA
DANIEL 16 PA
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JOHN HOLLINGER 18, PA, BLACKSMITH
living with
HENRY GIBLER 33 PA
ELIZABETH 38 PA
and kids
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SAMUEL HOLLINGER 27 PA, CARPENTER
S.MARIA 26 PA
S. CATHERINE 5? PA
DANIEL ? 3, 1847
S.W/M. ?
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JACOB HOLLINGER 23 PA,FARMER
MARY 25
SAMUEL DICKSON 13
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DANIEL HOLLINGER, PA, FARMER
SEAH 29F PA
PETER 7 PA
SARAH ANN 5 PA
LAVINA SIPLINGER 14 PA
MARIA DOTTING 20 PA



CUMBERLAND CO, PA=
1860 MORTALITY =
DANIEL HOLLINGER, 64, TYPHOID FVR


1860 CUMBERLAND CO, PA

Jacob Hollinger

32

1827

Pennsylvania

 

South Middleton, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Mary Hollinger

32

1827

Pennsylvania

 

South Middleton, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Female

John Hollinger

8

1851

Pennsylvania

 

South Middleton, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

George Hollinger

6

1853

Pennsylvania

 

South Middleton, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Florence Hollinger

5

1854

Pennsylvania

 

South Middleton, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Female

Elizabeth Hollinger

2

1857

Pennsylvania

 

South Middleton, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Female

Catharine Hollinger

10.12

Pennsylvania

 

South Middleton, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Female

Danl Hollinger

40

1819

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Leah Hollinger

40

1819

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Female

Peter Hollinger

16

1843

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Sarah Hollinger

15

1844

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Female

Danl Hollinger

10

1849

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Cath Hollinger

8

1851

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Female

John Hollinger

28

1831

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Elvira Hollinger

23

1836

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Female

Wm H Hollinger

5

1854

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

John Hollinger

3

1856

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Geo E Hollinger

1

1858

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Danl Hollinger

13

1846

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Geo Hollinger

11

1848

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

 

Cath Hollinger

59

1800

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Female

Geo Hollinger

41

1818

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Elizabeth Hollinger

42

1817

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Female

Danl Hollinger

20

1839

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Susan Hollinger

17

1842

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Female

Cath Hollinger

13

1846

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Female

Saml Hollinger

38

1821

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Sarah Hollinger

37

1822

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Female

Susan C Hollinger

15

1844

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Female

Danl J Hollinger

13

1846

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Geo W Hollinger

12

1847

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Saml A Hollinger

10

1849

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Willis H Hollinger

8

1851

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

James A Hollinger

7

1852

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Chas Hollinger

3

1856

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

Abm k Hollinger

1

1858

Pennsylvania

 

Dickinson, Cumberland, Pennsylvania

Male

 

 

       

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Source: BRETHREN-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Gospel Visitor Obit's - Etter's


July 1863 page 223 Gospel Visitor
Died in upper Cumberland ch. Pa., August 27, 1862, SARAH ELIZABETH, daughter
of Samuel and sister Margaret HECKLER, dec’d, aged 6 months and 6 days.
Funeral service by br. David Demuth and the writer.
.
Also in the same dist. November 26, our neighbor DANIEL ETTER, with typhoid
fever, aged 33 years, 1 month and 2 days, leaving a widow and 3 children to
mourn their loss. Funeral services by br Daniel Hollinger, David Demuth and the
writer (Daniel Keller)

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 From:
             SonnieF@aol.com
 

This was forwarded to me. It was posted on rootsweb L-Cumberland list:

Valley Star
Newville, Pa.
Cumberland County
November 1859

                                      THE TOMB
                                            DIED

November 3, 1859
  On Saturday the 8th ult., DANIEL HOLLINGER, of Dickinson Township, aged
65 years.

Hope it helps someone.  Anyone know who?

Sonnie

=================================

:   BRETHREN@rootsweb.com
Subject:  [BRE] Antietam history

This may be old news to most of you, but just in case..........  Found while trying to learn more about John Miller, co-administrator of the estate of Christian Dale of Tyrone Twp, (then) Cumberland co PA

 

>From Biographical Annals of Cumberland Co PA   p 553: (online)

This is one of the oldest German Baptist or Dunker Churches in America. Later the Wetch Run and still later the Back Creek Churches were organized into separate bodies. lea\-ing the Antietam still with a large territory. The first meeting-house was built in the year 1795. called the Antietam or Price's Meeting-house. In this, since 1800, the ministers have been Daniel Stover, John Royer, Jacob Holsinger, Henry Strickler, Jacob Fahrney, Israel Senger, Daniel Keefer, David Fogelsanger and William Boyer. In the year 1842 the Ridge District was organized into a separate body and since that time the of^cers have been David Fogelsanger. minister ; then William Etter and Joseph Gipe were chosen to the ministry. On March 20. 1849, David Fogel- sanger died, after serving the church four- teen years. Later William Etter and Joseph Gipe were advanced and in a few years William Etter was ordained to the full min- istry. In about 1852. Daniel Eckerman was elected to the ministry. In the year 1853 the Ridge Meeting-house was built by Jacob Fogelsanger, Rudolph Gunkle and Adam Shullenberger being deacons at this time. In a short time Daniel Eckerman was or- dained to the eldership, June 7, 1858; John Newcomer and Adam Shoemaker were chosen deacons. On Oct. 16, 1862, John Newcomer was elected to the ministry, and John Grove and John Reuben Fogelsanger to the office of deacon. On June 5, 1867, John R. and David Minich Fogelsanger were elected to the ministry and Abram Hoch and Henry Cocklin to the deacon's office. In May, 1869, Jacob H. Fogelsanger was elected deacon. This year the Salem or Etter ]\Ieeting-house was built and dedicated Nov. 21. C)n May 24, 1871, John Monn was elected deacon, and Oct. 16, 1872. he was elected to the ministry. Henry G. Etter was chosen deacon and John R. and David M. Fogelsanger advanced. On Aug. loth. Elder William Etter died. On April I, 1875, John I\Ionn died, and on May i8th, Henry Gelsinger was elected speaker, David B. Wineman and Daniel H. Miller were elected deacons. On May 2y, 1879. D. B. Wineman was elected to the ministry and William G. Etter deacon. About 1881 or
'S2 Wendal Minich Fogelsanger and Harry S. Neft' were elected to the deacon's office; April 15, x\dam Shullenberger and H. S. Nefif died; on June ist, J. H. Fogelsanger died, and on the i8th David Minich Fogel- sanger died ; on Nov. 8, David W. Allison was elected to the ministry, J. R. Fogel- sanger was ordained to the eldership, and H. G. Etter made assistant elder. The elders present were Jacob F. Oiler and Jacob Hollinger. On June 2, 1892, Casper F. Hosfeld and John D. Garns were elected to the ministry and Calvin Baker and William H. Fogelsanger to the deacon's office. On Sept. 3d, Daniel C. Burkholder (deacon) and wife were received on certificate from Back Creek. On March 21, 1893, Daifiel Eckerman died; on Oct. 27th Abram Hoch died. On June 7, 1895, C. F. Hosfeld and J. D. Garns were advanced. In 1897 Abram K. Hollinger (minister) and wife were re- ceived on certificate from Upper Cumber- land. On Feb. 27, 1902, Elder H. G. Etter died. On April ist Elvilah, wife of Elder J.
R. Fogelsanger, died. In March, 1904, David Hostetter (deacon) and wife were re- ceived on certificate. On May 28th. J. D. Garns was installed assistant elder."

 

Sharon Mill

ss.m.mills@comcast.net

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================

   From:
        JACKCLOPPE@aol.com
     To:
        mari@netins.net
Source:   PACUMBER-L@rootsweb.com

 From:  djzinn@pa.net (Donna)
 Reply-to:  djzinn@pa.net

 Hi Coleen:

 I've also been doing research on the MARTIN family from around Dickinson
 and Penn Twps., Cumberland Co., PA.....

 George MARTIN (b. 1800 d. 1879 bd. Ashland Cem.,Carlisle, Cumberland Co.,
 PA.) md. Elizabeth SHULTZ (b. 1806 d. 1885 bd. Ashland Cem.).  Their
 children were: Jacob (b. 1827); Simon (b. 1829); John (b.1832)[my
 husband's ancestor]; George (b. 1836); Mary J. (b. 1841); Elizabeth
 (b. 1843); William (b. 1846); Reuben (b. 1848).

 Best Wishes...
 Donna HELLER ZINN of Newville, Cumberland Co., PA.
 >>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Donna,

I''m getting ready to come back to you for more ZINN information, meanwhile
are you aware of your cousins near Centerville?

The enclosed data is from Pat Martin.

I have full data on the HOLLINGER clan if you need that, Jack
>>>>>>>.

Husband:    John E126 Martin
--------------------------------------------------
Birth:  1832    Place:  Pa
Death:  14 Jun 1911 Place:  PA
--------------------------------------------------
Wife:   Rebecca < HOLLINGER
--------------------------------------------------
Birth:  1839    Place:  Mooredale,Dickinson,Cumberland,PA
Death:  14 Jun 1907 Place:,,PA
Father: Daniel < HOLLINGER Rev. (1795-1859)
Mother: Catharine DELLINGER (1796-1872)
--------------------------------------------------
Children...
--------------------------------------------------
1. M Child: Frank < Martin
Birth:  1865    Place:  PA
Death:  1943    Place:  PA
Spouse: Catharine Bishop
Marriage:   Before 1890 Place:  PA
--------------------------------------------------
2. F Child: Florence < MARTIN
Birth:  30 Oct 1871 Place:  Mt. Rock, Dickinson, Cumberland, Pa
Death:  19 Jul 1930 Place:  ,, Cumberland, Pa
Spouse: David Abner < SHENK
Marriage:   4 Oct 1894  Place:  ,, Cumberland, Pa

Husband's Notes...
--------------------------------------------------
Notes:
SOURCE CITATION: Page: also in Harold Evans Bible Title: Martin, Gary & Pat
Author: Pat Martin Publication Information: gmartin01@sprintmail.com (gary
o
martin) Call #: to J Clopper 12/08/97 aol.com Repository Name: Pat and Gary
Martin Address: 1071 Centerville Road (Road to Pine Grove Furnace)
Newville,,Cumberland,Pa 17241 All descendants from Pat Martin.
 

Wife's Notes...
--------------------------------------------------
Notes:
SOURCE CITATION: same as above
Last Modified:  12 Nov 1998

Reference Note 126  same as above

Jack Clopper, 420 South Fairfax St.,
Alexandria, VA 22314; 703-548-4111


   From:
        Christine Gonyea <skyryd@msn.com>

URL:      http://genconnect.rootsweb.com/genbbs.cgi/HINTS/FAQ/1263
Subject:  Hollinger Baby Book
 

I have the baby book of Helen Elizabeth Hollinger, born 4am, Friday,
January
4th, 1901 at 238 West North Street, Carlisle, Cumberland County,
Pennsylvania.
I will only give it to one of her family members. This book was lovingly
kept for about a year and a half and includes pictures, family letters,
pressed flowers and a lock of hair. People interested in claiming this
book should write to me: Christine Gonyea, 4010 Joan Ave, Concord,
California,
94521. Please try to include some piece of information to show me that
you have a right to it.



CHRISTINE - THANK YOU for taking the time to SHARE!
Sending thro our HOLLINGER discussion group , hoping someone can connect to this Precious Book!

IF ANY of our  HOLLINGERS Connect, PLEASE, send COPY to our Group. Thanks!
marie, iowa



 From:
       "Sharon K. Frank" <sharon1@cfl.rr.com>
    PACUMBER-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  [PACUMBER] HOLLINGER TREASURE!!!
 

Found this at a website and thought someone might be related!! It would
be a
wonderful treasure for someone!
Sharon Frank
sharon1@cfl.rr.com
 

Skyrydct@aol.com
Helen Elizabeth Hollinger was born 4am, Friday, January 4, 1901 in
Carlisle
Pennsylvania. I have her baby book and would like to return it to her or
to her
decendants. It contains notes, pressed flowers, a lock of hair, and a
loving letter
from Helen's great grandmother.
==========

SHARON, thank you for sharing. Will send this thro our HOLLINGER
discussion group AND hope someone can claim a connection to this family!

SEND us a COPY of any CONNECTION.
Thanks, marie, iowa
 


       Tue, 18 Jun 2002 00:28:11 -0600
  From:
       "Rita Decker" <rkdecker@amerion.com>
    WHISLER-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  [WHISLER] Wisler Bios as well as connecting families
 

BIOGRAPHICAL ANNALS OF LANCASTER COUNTY

Southwest Pennsylvania Genealogical Services, Laughlintown, Pennsylvania

Vol. 2 Page 782

 

HENRY B. BUCH

   Henry B. Buch, an enterprising and prosperous coachmaker in Lititz, was
born Oct. 23,1835,  at  Kissilhill, Lancaster Co., Pa., and is a son of
Jacob and Maria (Brubaker) Buch, also natives of Lancaster county.  Jacob
Buch was born at Kissilhill in 1810, was a blacksmith and coachmaker, was a
Democrat in politics, and died in 1877; his widow is now eighty-six years
old.  Their children were; Henry B., whose name opens this article; Jonathan
B., deceased; Sarah, wife of Joseph R. Bollinger, of Lititz; Jacob A., in
the lumber business in Reading,Pa.; and Franklin B., manager of the Keystone
Knitting Mill,  but a coachmaker by trade.

   Henry B. Buch was reared at Kissilhill, was educated in the common
schools and at an academy in Mechanicsburg, Cumberland county. He first
learned the blacksmith's trade under his father, and then woodwork and
painting under Isaac Hollinger. At the age of twenty-two years he married
and started in business at Kisslhill, and for twenty-four years did an
extensive business, employing a large number of hands.  In 1879 he came to
Lititz, and for a time was connected in business with his son-in-law, and
later with the Grosh Carriage Co.  In 1890 he started in business on a small
scale, on his own account, and now does quite an extensive business in coach
manufacturing and in repairing.

   On May 12, 1857, Mr. Buch married Miss Catherine L. Stehman, a daughter
of Christian and Catherine Stehman, and to this union have been born five
children, of whom two only reached the years of maturity, viz.:  Elizabeth
Ida, wife of Joseph B. Wissler, a farmer in Clay township; and Ellen,
married to John M. Amer, manager of Barney McGran's farms, at Lancaster.
Mr. Buch is a member of the Evangelical Church.  In politics he is a stanch
Democrat, and is very popular with his party and with the public, as is
evidenced by the fact that he has been twice elected a burgess-a body which
stands four Republicans to one Democrat.  He has also been a member of the
Democratic county committee, and has often been sent as a delegate to
Democratic conventions.  He is a useful and public-spirited citizen, and is
ever ready to lend a helping hand in promoting the prosperity of his borough
and township.

===
ORWAHIST@aol.com

Source: BRETHREN-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: obits - Gospel Visitor - Yoder - Yoter



Aug. 1864 page 255 Gospel Visitor

Died in Lost Creek church, Juniata co., Pa., May 12, 1865. JOHN S. BESHOAR,
son of Samuel Beshoar’s widow. Aged 7 years, 9 months and 14 days. Funeral
services from John 13: 7, by bro. George Myers.
.
Also bro. JONAS SIEBER. Aged 60 years 4 months and 4 days. Funeral
services by bro. Meyers, from Hebrews 13: 14.
.
Also May 13, 1865, bro. BENJAMIN YODER, upwards of 63 years old. Funeral
services by D. Myers, S. Sieber and Ezra Smith, from 2nd Epistle of John 4: 6.
Michael Beshoar
.
April 1870 page 127 Gospel Visitor
Died in the upper Cumberland church, Pa., February 15th, Bro. HEZEKIAH
YOTER, aged 64 years, and 18 days. He was universally respected by all who knew
him for his morality and his honesty, but he delayed to become obedient to the
Gospel until last fall, and since he was a very zealous brother. He leaves a
widow (a sister) and 4 sons and 2 daughters to mourn their loss. Funeral
services by Elder Daniel Heller, Daniel Hollinger, and the writer, from 2d Cor.
the last 2 verses of the 4th chapter, and the first part of the 5th chapter.
John Brindle

=

july 2005

http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/hZ.2ADIB/1678

Message Board Post:

The 1930 census shows an Albert Hollinger Jr. living with his father (Albert Hollinger Sr.)and mother (Ione Austraw Allison) in Camp Hill PA. No one in the family has ever heard anything about this child and no PA birth or death record can be found. Another female child was adopted after 1935 by this family, an adoption that was finalized in Albany NY. She has no knowledge of this child. I would like to hear from anyone familiar with the Allison-Austraw families and any suggestions regarding newspapers etc. that might provide some information on this child. Thanks

Authorsales@aol.com

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JUDITH HUGHES =grdma' '57@ccaontine.com


  ID: I04096

  Name: JOHN HOLLINGER

  Sex: M

  Birth: 23 OCT 1831 in CUMBERLAND CO, PENN

  Death: 10 JUN 1910 in RUSSELL,RUSSELL CO,KANSAS

  Burial: JUN 1910 RUSSELL,RUSSELL CO,KANSAS

Father: DANIEL HOLLINGER SR. b: 24 APR 1795 in YORK CO, PA

Married: 1816 in YORK CO, PA
Mother: CATHARINE DELLINGER b: 15 APR 1796 in YORK CO, PA
  Death: 17 MAY 1872 in CUMBERLAND CO, PENN

  Baptism: 4 JUN 1796 CANADOCHLY LUTHERAN CHURCH , YORK, PA

  Event: SPONSORS CATHARINA GILBERT

  Burial: MAY 1872 GERMAN BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY, CUMBERLAND CO, PENN

Father: HEINRICH DELLINGER b: 2 APR 1771 in HELLAM TWP, YORK COUNTY, PA
Mother: SUSANNA b: 20 APR 1770 in HELLAM TWP, YORK COUNTY, PA

 


Marriage 1 ELVINA KLINE b: 1837 in CUMBERLAND CO,PENN
  Death: in RUSSELL,RUSSELL CO,KANSAS

  Burial: RUSSELL,RUSSELL CO,KANSAS

  • Married: 9 APR 1854 in CUMBERLAND CO,PENN

Children

  1. Has No ChildrenWILLIAM H. HOLLINGER b: 1855 in CUMBERLAND CO,PENN
  2. Has No ChildrenJOHN HOLLINGER JR. b: 1857 in CUMBERLAND CO,PENN
  3. Has No ChildrenGEORGE E. HOLLINGER b: 1859 in CUMBERLAND CO,PENN
  4. Has No ChildrenDANIEL HOLLINGER b: in CUMBERLAND CO,PENN
  5. Has No ChildrenALBERT HOLLINGER b: in CUMBERLAND CO,PENN
  6. Has No ChildrenFRANCIS HOLLINGER b: in CUMBERLAND CO,PENN
  7. Has No ChildrenMARY HOLLINGER b: in CUMBERLAND CO,PENN
  8. Has No ChildrenHATTIE HOLLINGER b: in CUMBERLAND CO,PENN

 

Judith Bookwalter [mrsbooker@yahoo.com]

The Evening Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa, January to
December 1925 obits:

Apr. 2, Thu., Daniel Brumsbaugh 71; Mrs. Emma A.
Morrison; Mrs. Helen Landis Hollinger (Eckels); Mrs.
Emma Clare Reifsnyder Mamson 63; Mrs. Emma Good Vink
73;

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http://boards.rootsweb.com/localities.northam.usa.states.newjersey.counties.cumberland/767.2.1/mb.ashx Message Board Post: Jeff If you search under Sara Edwards in the cumberland board and search under corsono 1 (user id) you will know all I know about sara edwards. Except: Sara Ann Edward Chance married David Hollinger in the late 1890's and is found with him in the 1900 & 1910 Federal Censuses. David has 1st married Rhoda Bowen who he raised his family with. There is a common thread in your research and mine-Parsons-. mine starts with a Rhoda parsons, daughter of jonathon, who married a john Hollinger abt 1820.

======================

Patti McDonald [mincowv@frontiernet.net]

] Cumberland Democratic Alleganian, April/May 1858

CUMBERLAND ALLEGANIAN

 

MAY 1

PAINFUL ACCIDENT

An employee of the Cumberland & Pa Railroad, named Albert Hollinger, had his right hand caught between 2 cars while trying to couple the same at Lynn's Wharf in this city on Wed. Three of his fingers were severely crushed.