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NameB>: Maria Barbara Holinger Parent: Philip Holinger Location: Lebanon Birth Date: 02 Nov 1744 Baptism Date: 30 Nov 1744 Sponsor: Leonardt Umberger and wife Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania


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ARNOLD FAMILY

MARGARET'S PAGE

HAMPTON FAMILY (below)

CHRISTMAN FAMILY


1744 02 02   Holinger, Jobn Philipip (Lebanon)         Umberger, Juliana (Lebanon)

Hollinger, David to Catharine Elizabeth Spangler 6 June 1841


Oath of Allegiance 1777-778
Leb 3141 Lebanan Co., Pa
5-25-1778 John Hollinger
8-15-1778 Daniel Hollinger      3149
                  Daniel Hollinger jr.
                  Christian Hollinger
Re: Researcher Maude Bradley
From:
             Shirley Robinette <smr@wvi.com>


from

derfson@msn.com

HENRY SHEPLER JUL 27 1801 LEBANON CO., PA.

MARRIED CATHERINE HOLLINGER

 

 

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1830 LEBANON CO, PA
DAVID HOLLINGER, PAGE 58 LEBANON TWP
JACOB HOLLINGER, PAGE 73 LONDONDERRY TWP



1840 LEBANON CO, PA
GEORGE HULLINGER, PAGE 94 LEBANON S WARD
GEORGE HULLINGER, PAGE 122 JACKSON TWN
JACOB HULLINGER, PAGE 133 JACKSON 



1850 LEBANON CO, PA
SARAH HOLLINGER 10 PA with
CONRAD H. BERGERES?30 PA
MARIA 30 PA
and kids

SARAH HOLLINGER 12 PA with
CHARLES B.FORNEY 30 PA,
EMILIE 26 PA
and kids

JACOB HOLLINGER 62? PA, FARMER
ELIZABETH 50? PA
CATHERINE 43? PA
may be BENNAGE kids also and Mary FURTZ ? 18 PA

GEORGE HOLLINGER 43 PA, BLACKSMITH
SARAH 37 PA
MARGARET 18 PA
JACOB 14 PA
SARAH 12 PA
CATHARINE 9 PA
WILLIAM  8 PA
MARY A. 2 PA
next
JACOB SAUSTMANS? 65 PA, WEAVER
MARY 64 PA

THOMAS TOBIAS 54 PA
FLORA 54 PA
and kids

DANIEL BOLLINGER 69 PA, CLERGYMAN BAPTIST
BARBARA 65 PA
CATHARINE 42 PA
WM STOOVER 29 PA
ANNA STOOVER 35 PA

DAVID HOLLINGER 31 PA, DROVER
CATHARINE 30 PA
LEVI 8 PA
ROSANNA 7 PA
AMELIA 5 PA
HIRAM 3 PA
CECILIA 1 PA
ELIZABETH 57 PA

CATHARINE HOLLINGER 57 PA with
WM H. KENNEDY 40 PA
ANN 40 PA
and kids

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1920

Lebanon Semi-Weekly News Monday Evening November 30, 1925

MRS. JOANNA ARNOLD

Funeral services were conducted Saturday morning for the late Mrs. Joanna Arnold, of North Lebanon township, near the Narrows,

at 8:45 o'clock, at the house and 9:30 o'clock in St. Mary's Catholic church, in charge of Monsignor Christ.

Interment was made at the St. Mary's Catholic cemetery. The bearers were two sons, Paul and Robert Arnold, and four grandchildren,

Andrew Pyles, Raphael Pyles, of Myerstown; Adam Hollinger and Raymond Hollinger.

P. H. Thompson Sons, of South Ninth street, had charge of the arrangements.

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        From:
             Debbie Hogue <debhogue@erols.com>

Thought this might help someone, taken exactly as it appears.
Debbie Drake Hogue

Article taken from Notes and Queries Edited by William Henry
Egle           (Pennsylvania)

Family of Hollinger
(From an adjoining State we have the following information and
interrogations.)

        Jacob Hollinger, who died in 1781 or ‘82 in Lebanon county,
Pennsylvania; m. Anna Barbara Stackhouse, b. about 1740 and who came
from England.  Their children were:

1.  Thomas, the oldest; living near the Conewago; had a son Seth, and a
daughter Catherine, who m. ------- Gruber.

2.   Joseph, of Reading Furnace, one of whose daughters, Eliza, married
-------Roland.

3.   Daniel, whose children were Catherine, Margaret, Barbara and
Thomas.

4.   Elizabeth, b. 1761 m.Thomas Hampton; their daughter, Sarah m.
------ Dunbar and had three children: Sarah, m. Isaiah Fraim; Samuel, m.
Miss Boyd, and Eliza, m. Walter Bell, of Dauphin Co.

5.   Catharine; b. 1764; m. William Sullivan, who d. about 1794; their
children were: Solomon, John, Sarah and Elizabeth; Sarah m. Henry Kremer
and had six children, viz: William, Martin, Maria, Catharine, Ann, Sarah
m. --------McDonal, and Lydia m. Jeremiah Dougherty, of Lebanon;
Elizabeth m. --------Ramsey and had Daniel, John, Catharine, Sara, Ann
and James.

6.   Anna Barbara; b. 1774; d. Oct. 24, 1857; m. John Shay, b. 1774 or
‘75 d. July 16, 1846; their children were: Thomas, who m. Catharine
Snavely and had seven children; Elizabeth, m. P. Friel and had three
children, Ann; Mary, m. Walter Clark, left no issue; Samuel, m. Ann
Porter, and lived at Mr. Joy, Pa., where one daughter now lives; Wm.
Coleman, m. Lucinda Thomas, and left decedents; Cyrus; and Charles
Wesley, who both died in infancy.  Sarah, m. George Atkins, and has four
children.

        Thomas Shay, brother of John Shay , who m. Anna Barbara Hollinger,
was ensign in Captain Fisher's company, 5th Battalion, 1st Brigade, Penna.
Militia, under Major McFarland, September 1, 1814, to March 5, 1815.

        1.   Jacob Hollinger has a brother Christian.  Was he also a
brother of Daneil?

        2.   What connection, if any, is there with the following:
Christian Hollinger naturalized in Lancaster county in 1760?  Daniel Hollinger,
who was in Peter Grubb's company of Warwick township, Lancaster county,
during the early part of the Revolutionary War?  Jacob Hollinger, who
was on the assessment list of Lebanon county in 1750?  Nicholas
Hollinger, who was 2d Lieut. In 8th Co., of Col. Greenawalt's Battalion
in the fall of 1775?

        3.   Who were the parents of Jacob Hollinger?

        4.  Can any one give information as to John Shay's ancestry?

        From:
             Debbie Hogue <debhogue@erols.com>



FROM: Shirley Robinette smr@wvi.com
TABOR T REFORMED CHURCH 1764-1851
LEBANON, LEBANON CO, PA
EVA HOLLINGER - FRIEDRICH GELLY, wit Jacob GRAF - 4-8-1806
JACOB HOLLINGER - CATARINA MECKNIHL - 3-30-1807
wit Dietrich GOSCHET and Henrich HESS
JACOB HOLLINGER - MARY ANN BELL - 7-31-1845 wit Mr. REINHARD



FROM: Shirley Robinette smr@wvi.com
source: L.C.KETTERMAN, RT 4, JEFFERSON CITY, MO 65101

REV JOHN C. STOEVER RECORDS=

MARIA BARBARA HOLLINGER, born Nov 2, 1744, father PHILIP

TRINITY TULPEHOCKEN REFORMED CHURCH, JACKSON TWP-MARRIAGES

ELIZABETH HOLLINGER/HENRY CHRISTIAN /NOV 27,1842, REVTHOMAS LEINBACH
BARBARA HOLLINGER/HENRY RITTNER/AUG 11,1833             "       "                "
DAVID HOLLINGER/CATHARINE SPANGLER/JUN 6, 1841         "
JACOB HOLLINGER/ELIZABETH NEWMAN/DEC 4, 1831             "
SUSANNA HOLLINGER/LEVI UHLER/ JAN 25,1849                        "
CATHARINE HOLLINGER/WILLIAM WAGNER/JUN 7, 1856          "
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from
ORWAHIST@aol.com

Jan. 1872 page 32 Gospel Visitor In the Tulpehocken Church, Lebanon
county, Pa., on Sunday, Nov. 12th, brother JACOB BUCHER, aged 64 years, 7 months and 18 days. The evening before, he was in meeting well. Sunday forenoon he was missing; no one knew why. Many asked after meeting. “Where was old brother Bucher to-day?” some of his children who live away from home made for his house and found him suffering somewhat from pain across his breast. When the rest were taking dinner he walked to the stable, fed and came back, and sat in his chair conversing freely with this children about half an hour, when suddenly he commenced to tremble, and in two minutes’ time was a corpse – leaving
three sons and four daughters; all members of the church, and two sons
laboring in the ministry. Funeral on the 15th – large concourse of relatives,
neighbors and members. Occasion improved by brethren Jacob Hollinger, John Zug, and John Herr. Text, Isaiah 3: 10

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   From:
        Kelley <kmiller1375@yahoo.com>
     URL:      http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Pa/Lebanon/80

Surname: Steinmetz
-------------------------

My grandmother's family, Mabel Steinmetz Hollinger, was from Lebanon. They
moved to Lancaster. Her parents were Jonathan Steinmetz and Elizabeth C
Miller. Does this help you at all?

Kelley


       Tue, 2 Jul 2002 09:43:56 -0600
  From:
       "Marjorie H. Hennessey" <mhenness@zoo.uvm.edu>
   PALEBANO-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  [PALEBANO] St. Mark's Church
 

For those who may be interested, the following is an excerpt from "A
History, St. Mark's Reformed Church, Lebanon, PA."

"The erection of the Chapel took place during the summer and fall of
1885....The Corner Stone was laid on Sunday Juy 19 at 2:00
p.m.....Dedication Day, Sunday, December 13, 1885.... On the eve of May
12, 1887, a meeting was held in St. Mark's Chapel for the purpose of
formally constituting the new congregation.  The REv. Dr. F. W. Kremer
presided at this meeting and constituion had been prepared previously by a
committee consisting of Dr. F.W. Kremer,  A. H. Miller and E.D. Krall.
This constituion was then adopted.  An election of officers was held with
the following results:  Elders, A.H. Miller and E.D. Krall. Deacons, John
Albright, Hiram D Miller, Charles Swope and A.P. Wilhelm.  These newly
elected officers were duly ordained and installed by Dr. Kremer at a
regularly held church service in the Chapel on the afternoon of Sunday,
May 15, 1887."
"In the organization of the congregation the "Mother Church (Tabor) gave
152 members and St. John's Reformed Church, Jonestown gave four members."

Charter members of the newly formed congregation:

ALBRIGHT, John P.               GARDNER, Godhelf
ALBRIGHT, Mrs. John P.          GARDNER, Mrs. Mary
BATDORF, Mrs. Kate              GARDNER, Charles
BECKLEY, Mrs. Lavina W.         GARRET, Morris
BEHNEY, Mrs. Amanda             GARRET, Wesley
BEHNEY, Mrs. Lucy               GARRET, Mrs. Kate
BELL, Mrs. Lillie               GINGRICH, Mrs. Rebecca
BERGNER, Mrs. Barbara           GOODMAN, Mrs. Eliza
BICKSLER, Mrs. Susan            HAHN, Louisa
BIXLER, Augustus                HERSH, Mrs. Lucy
BLEISTINE, Mrs. Leah            HOLLINGER, Catharine
BLEISTINE, Mrs. Mary            JONES, Mrs. Emma
BLOUCH, Mrs. Sallie F.          KIEFER, Mrs. Elizabeth
BOLTZ, Mrs. Anna                KILLMER, Elmira
BOLTZ, Mrs. Matilda             KRALL, Edward D.
BOLTZ, Sallie E.                KRALL, Mrs. Catharine
BOYER, Ezra                     KRALL, Thomas
BRESLIN, Annie                  KRALL, Katie
COBLE, Mrs. Amanda              LAPE.   Mrs. Catharine
DIEHL, John H.                  LEIBY, Mrs. Elmina
DIEHL, Mrs. Emma O.             LEINBACH, Harry A.
DIEHL, Lizzie M.                LEINBACH, Mrs. Marry A.
DIEHL, Katie M.                 LENTZ, Sallie
EBRIGHT, Amos                   LIGHT, Mrs. Emma
EBRIGHT, Mrs. Emma              MAREENE, Mrs. Susan
FEASER, Mrs. Mary               MARK, Cyrus G.
FITTERER, William               MARK, Mrs. Lavina
FITTERER, Mrs. Mary             MARK, J. Monroe
FOCHT, Moses                    MARK, Mrs. Amanda
FOCHT, Mrs. Elizabeth           McADAM, J. William
FOX, Mrs. Emma                  MILLER, Abraham H.
FOX, Henry D.                   MILLER, Mrs. Annie
FOX, Mrs. Sarah                 MILLER, Grant L.
FOX, Mrs. Emma                  MILLER, Adam B.
FOX, Philip                     MILLER, Mrs. Susan
FOX, Mrs. Philip                MILLER, John
FOX, John M.                    MILLER, Mrs. Helena
FOX, Mrs. Sarah                 MILLER, Mrs. Leonora
                                MILLER, Mrs. Susan
MOLLEY, Mrs. Rosa               MILLER, Harry
PLANTZ,  Mary                   MILLER, Mrs. E. L.
PLANTZ, Simon                   MILLER, Hiram D.
RHODE, Mrs. Sarah               MILLER, Mrs. Sallie A.
RIDDLE, Mrs. Mary E.            MILLER, Katie E.
RINGLER, Mrs. Mary A.
RISE, Mrs. Emma                 TATNELL, John
ROSENBERGER, Mrs. Mary          TATNELL, Mrs. Rebecca
ROYER, Katie                    THOMAS, Henry
SCHOOLS, Mrs. Sara              THOMAS, Mrs. Henry
SEALER, Mrs. Catharine          TREIDA, Frederick
SEIDERS, Mrs. Amanda            TREIDA, Mrs. Emma
SELTZER, Mrs. Emma              UHLER, Simon
SELTZER, John A.                UMBERGER, Edwin C.
SELTZER, Mrs. Sallie            WAGNER, John S.
SELTZER, Jacob E.               WAGNER, Mrs. Mary
SELTZER, Mrs. Elizabeth         WAGNER, M. Lizzie
SHAY, Jefferson                 WEIRICH, Mr. Ellen
SHAY, Mrs. Lemmie               WENRICH, L. Harvey
SHAY, Robert                    WENRICH, Mrs. Catherine
SHAY, Mrs. Alice                WENTZEL, William
SHAY, Mrs. Mary E.              WENTZEL, Mrs. Emma
SHINER, Mrs. Sara               WOLF, Jonathan
SHOLLEY, Adam                   WOLF, Mrs. Sarah
SHOLLEY, Mrs. Mary B.           YEAGER, Henry
SMECK, James                    YEAGER, Mrs. Catharine
SMECK, Mrs. Alice               YEAGER, Harvey
SNAVELY, John H.                YEAGLEY, Edward
SPANGLER, Geo. B.               YEAGLEY, Mrs. Sabina
SPANGLER, Mrs. Geo. B.
SPANGLER, Mrs. Kate             BEHNEY, William A.
SPANGLER, Peter N.              BOLTZ, Ephraim M.
SPANGLER, Mrs. Amanda           WALTER, Harry J.
SWOPE, Ed. F.                   WILHELM, Adam P.
SWOPE, Mrs. Mary
SWOPE, A. G.
SWOPE, Mrs. Catharine
SWOPE, Emma
SWOPE, Mrs. Louisa
SWOPE, Charles
SWOPE, Adam P.
SWOPE, Mrs. Clara


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Source: HAMPTON-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [HMTN] John Hampton of Hanover Twp., Dauphin Co., PA

----- Original Message -----
From: <lori@lorikint.com>
To: <HAMPTON-L@rootsweb.com>
Sent: Friday, June 24, 2005 9:12 PM
Subject: [HMTN] John Hampton of Hanover Twp., Dauphin Co., PA


> I am looking for information on the siblings or parents of John
> Hampton,
> born 2 Feb 1761, and who lived his adulthood and died in Hanover Twp.,
> Dauphin County, PA. He is buried along with his family in the Hanover (or
> Old English) Cemetery in East Hanover Twp. His wife was Mary, and I know
> of four sons: James, John, Joseph, and Samuel. I've always assumed he was
> born somewhere else in PA as there are no other Hampton families in the
> area when he appears in the censuses. I know there were several Hampton
> families in Bucks County in the 1700s. Can anyone make the connection?
>

Hi,
Seems that you and I are the only ones interested in Dauphin Co. PA
Hamptons.

I have a William Davidson who married Elizabeth Hampton b. 1895 and have
been searching for her parents and siblings for many years and this is all
the information I have accumulated. Hope it is of some interest to you.

Dauphin Co. Hanover Church Graveyard
In memory of /Thomas D,/son of J. and C. Hampton,/died June 15,1838,/aged/1
year, 2 mo&10 d.

Joseph A.,/son of/ John & Mary Hampton,/Died November 26, 1837,/aged 23
yrs,11 mo &13 days.

Samuel,/son of/ John & Caroline Hampton,/Died June 21, 1865, at Camp
Calvert, North Carolina,/in the service of the U.S.,/aged 24 years, 7 mos &
18 days/Dearest of sons thou hast left us, Here thy loss we deeply feel,/But
the God that hath bereft us,/He can alone our sorrows heal.

Samuel D.,/son of/John & Mary Hampton,/born March 1, 1808,/ Died
Aug.21,1827,/aged 29 years, 5 mos/7 26 days.

In memory of/Mary/wife of/John Hampton/died Sept 27 1858./aged 87 years, 6
mos. & 26 days.

In memory of Thomas D./son of James S & M./Hampton/died April 19,1851,/aged/
7yrs. 5 mo & 25 days.

In memory of /Joseph,/son of John N. & Caro'e/Hampton/ died April 8,1851
/aged/7 yrs. 5 mo. & 26 ds.

In memory of/ John Hampton,/born Feb. 2, 1764/ Died May 17, 1850,/aged/86
yrs., 3 mo. & 9 dys.


From Egle's Notes:
Jacob Hollinger who died in 1781/82 in Lebanon Co.(then part of Lancaster
Co.) married Anna Barbara Stackhouse, b. ca 1740, England. One of their
children was:
Elizabeth Hollinger b. 1761 who married Thomas Hampton: their dau Sarah
married ---Dunbar and had 3 children: Sarah married Issiah Fraim; Samuel
married Miss Boyd and Eliza married Walter Bell of Dauphin Co.

1810 Hanover Twp. Dauphin Co. PA John Hampton 49 years

1820 Census W. Hanover Dauphin Co. PA John Hampton over 45 years

1830 Census Halifax, Dauphin Co. PA :Thomas Hampton over 70 under 80 years

1850 Census E. Hanover Twp. Dauphin Co. PA
John Hampton 49 Gunsmith
Caroline Hampton 32
Samuel Hampton 10
Joseph Hampton 7
Mary E. Hampton 4


Hope this is of some interest to you.

Helen
Helen Walter [melrose@nep.net]

SEPT 2005

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