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Harvy C Hullinger Salt Lake, UT 35 abt 1825 Ohio Male (ck1850ChampOh,msh)
Mary Hullinger Salt Lake, UT 29 abt 1831 New York Female
Winfield Hullinger Salt Lake, UT 12 abt 1848 New York Male
Adelbert Hullinger Salt Lake, UT 8 abt 1852 New York Male


Ann Hullinger Cottonwood, Salt Lake, UT abt 1851 Indiana White Female
Winfield S Hullinger Cottonwood, Salt Lake, UT abt 1848 Ohio White Male
Christena Hollinger Cottonwood, Salt Lake, UT abt 1842 Denmark White Female
Delbert D Hollinger Cottonwood, Salt Lake, UT abt 1851 New York White Male
Heraj c Hollinger Cottonwood, Salt Lake, UT abt 1824 Ohio White Male
Mary E Hollinger Cottonwood, Salt Lake, UT abt 1830 New York White Female


   From: DONALD

Searching for descendants of:

Zepheniah Drake b. Jan 14, 1865 Oshkosh, Winnebago Co., Wisconsin d. Mar
16, 1939
Stateline, Iron Co., Utah; m. Mary Ann Morrision b. Jul 27, 1871 Mt
Pleasant, Sanpete
Co., Utah.
Arthur Drake b. 1895
Thomas Zepheniah Drake b. Oct 30, 1899 Stateline, Iron Co., Utah
Gladys Drake b. 1901? Married a man by the name of Hall
Earl Drake b. 1903?
Edgar Drake b. 1903?
Bessie Drake b. 1908? Married a man by the name of Frederick Dorge.
Blanche Drake b. 1908? Married a man by the name of Joseph Hollinger

Donald R. Schoenfeld
Jacksonville, Fl.

Our Pioneer Heritage
 Volume 6
 Pioneer Midwives [Part Ii]
 From Scotland
 Emigrant's Guide

 "During this time George Henry had taken up a homestead on Brush Creek
at Vernal Utah; when
 he heard of father's death he came home, and helped" on the ranch the
following summer. In the
 fall he moved us to his farm on Brush Creek. My sister Mary Jane and
her husband, Warren
 Allred, who had been living near us at Evanston and helping on the
ranch, moved to Vernal the
 same time we did. Mother started nursing to help provide for her
family. She would hitch up the
 horse to the buggy and travel many miles to deliver a new baby or help
in other sickness. No
 matter what the weather might be or what time of night she was called
her pay would be a bushel
 of wheat or a sack of potatoes or whatever they might have she could
use for her family.
 Sometimes they had nothing, but that was all right too if they needed
her, and sometimes she
 stayed for several days. Our homestead was on Ashley Creek which was
called Riverdale Ward
 at that time. Later they called it Naples, which is about three miles
from Vernal. Much of her
 nursing was done in town as well as in her ward. She nursed for the
Davises, Cooks, Hartles,
 Merkleys and many other families. Some of them felt they could not have
a baby without the help
 of 'Grandmother Southam.' Later she traveled with Dr. Harry Coe
Hullinger caring for the sick.
 She continued this work until she got older and her health would not
permit the hard work she
 had to do. She had many friends and after her nursing had ceased she
often visited her former

 Our Pioneer Heritage
 Volume 7
 A Century of Living
 Dr. Hullinger—100 Years
 Emigrant's Guide

 Harvey Coe Hullinger was born December 2, 1824, in Mad River Township,
 County, Ohio, the third child of John and Olive Coe Hullinger. His
father was a native of Ohio
 and his mother was born in Connecticut. In 1833 the Hullinger family
emigrated to Illinois where
 the father engaged in farming until his death in 1836. Olive Coe
Hullinger passed away in 1840.
 Two years later, shortly before his 18th birthday, Harvey embraced the
Mormon faith and was
 baptized by Charles C. Rich at Ottawa, Illinois. While residing in
Nauvoo, Illinois, he became
 acquainted with the Prophet Joseph Smith, with whom he conversed on
several occasions. He
 first met Brigham Young in 1842, and throughout the years maintained a
close friendship with the

 In 1847 Julia Bloce, daughter of John and Amelia Pence Bloce, became
his wife. Two children
 were born of this marriage. Julia died in Ohio and Mr. Hullinger
married Marrett Woolworth
 December 24, 1854. Two years previous to his second marriage, Harvey
had received from a
 medical college in Columbus, Ohio, a diploma making him a graduate
physician, and had begun
 the practice of medicine. He returned to Illinois but the following
year moved to Clinton County,
 Iowa, where the family remained until the spring of 1859. In May they
went to Omaha,
 Nebraska, and joined a party of Saints who were leaving for Utah. Under
the direction of
 Captain Edward Stevenson, the company arrived in Salt Lake Valley in
the fall of 1859, and
 the Hullingers located in Mill Creek.

  In 1862 Dr. Hullinger enlisted as a soldier in the Civil War and was
commissioned a lieutenant.
 At the close of the war he returned to his home in Mill Creek and
resumed his practice of
 medicine. He later moved to St. George but came back to Salt Lake City
and located on a tract
 of land two and one-half miles northwest of Big Cottonwood Canyon. Here
he built an adobe
 home and planted an orchard of fruit trees. During this time his wife,
Marrett, died and he married
 Christina Peterson, November 22, 1869. The Salt Lake City canal, built
to convey water from
 the Jordan River to Salt Lake Valley, went through the Hullinger
property and destroyed the land
 and home. In 1883 the family moved to Jensen, Uintah County, where for
some time Dr.
 Hullinger was the only physician in the area. Sometimes he rode as far
as 65 miles to visit his
 patients and frequently remained away from home for several days. He
received very little money
 for his services. His records show that in the first two years he was
paid only forty dollars. Being
 acquainted with the language of the Indians, Dr. Hullinger did much to
make peace between The
 redskins and the whites.

 At one time he was called to attend an Indian by the name of "Wash,"
who was suffering with
 pneumonia. For three nights prior to the summoning of the white doctor
the Indian had sat on a
 bundle of old hides and six medicine men were with him when Dr.
Hullinger arrived. The Indian
 medicine men greeted him with anything but affability as they didn't
like white doctors. There was
 an interpreter at hand to receive his instructions and for 48 hours he
administered the medicines
 according to Dr. Hullinger's orders. After the recovery of the Indian,
the white doctor and the
 Indian became steadfast friends and the Indians of the Uintah Basin
often sought the services of
 Dr. Hullinger.

 "Dr. Harvey Coe Hullinger had been a resident of the State since 1859
and a resident of Uintah
 County since 1883. He was the oldest member of the Grand Army of the
Republic in the State of
 Utah, the oldest member of the Latter-day Saints Church in point of
continuous membership, and
 the second oldest Civil War Veteran in the nation."

 The 100th birthday of this pioneer was celebrated December 2, 1924,
when nearly 900 people
 gathered to listen to his words and to enjoy the program honoring this
great man. In his address
 that day, Dr. Hullinger said:

 Truly a patriarch, Dr. Hullinger had at his death, one hundred
thirty-seven living descendants: two
 daughters, twenty-three grandchildren, eighty-two great-grandchildren,
and thirty
 great-great-grandchildren. In these descendants were included six
grandfathers and six
 grandmothers. The variation in the span of life in the pioneer and that
of his youngest direct
 descendant was more than one hundred years.

 Our Pioneer Heritage
 Volume 7
 A Century of Living
 Hannah Madsen Aldrich—101
 Emigrant's Guide

 Dr. Hullinger died at Vernal, Utah, January 29, 1925.

 Our Pioneer Heritage
 Volume 10
 They Came in 1866
 The Shepherds' Story
 Emigrant's Guide

 In the Valley, plans were being formulated for taking care of the large
influx of new settlers, the
 authorities exhorting the people to welcome them and take them into
their homes until places
 could be found where they were needed and could make a living. The
Black Hawk War which
 still raged, causing the abandonment of many of the smaller settlements
in Sanpete and Sevier
 counties, somewhat narrowed the area where new arrivals could be sent,
consequently Utah
 County and the communities to the north and east received the greater
portion. But many
 remained in the Valley where the 73rd quorum of Seventy was organized
at South Cottonwood,
 Great Salt Lake County, with James Winchester, Harvey E. Hullinger,
Jonas Ericksen, Charles
 Wilkins, Thomas A. Wheeler, Peter Ericksen and James Maxfield as

 Our Pioneer Heritage
 Volume 15
 Goodridge—Goodrich Family Story
 Their Only Son
 Weber County

 My husband, with Eliza and her family, located in Maeser Ward where he
built a rock house, and
 with the assistance of Albert, my son, operated a gristmill for about
three years. We located in
 what was then Merrill's Ward, where our husband intended making homes
for all his families, as
 he owned land here. He and Albert built the house just north of the
Naples Ward meetinghouse. I
 lived in this house a little more than one year. While here, my
daughter, Leona, was born. When
 she was one year old our family contracted diphtheria, which disease
caused the death of five of
 my children, leaving only four children living. Dr. Hullinger was the
only physician here at that
 time, and neither he nor the army surgeons from Fort Duchesne whom we
summoned, were
 acquainted with effective methods of combating the malady. Then too,
fear of the disease was
 extreme. We were quarantined two months and during this time one man
was arrested for
 traveling the street on which we lived.

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah
 Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah—1859
 Fourteenth Ten

 Harvey Coe Hullinger
 Born Dec. 2, 1824, Mad River, Champaign
 Co., Ohio. Came to Utah Sept. 16, 1859,
 Edward Stevenson Company. Physician.

 Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah
 Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah—1859
 Fourteenth Ten

 Winfield Scott Hullinger
 Son of Harvey Coe Hullinger and Julia
 Bloce. Born Jan. 5, 1848, Tremont, Ohio.
 Came to Utah 1859, with parents. High
 Priest; Ward and Sunday School Teacher.

 Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah
 Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah—1859
 Fourteenth Ten

 Winfield Scott Hullinger, Jr.
 Son of Winfield Scott Hullinger and Anniel
 Davis. Born Sept. 23, 1870, Salt Lake
 City. Ward and Sunday School Teacher;
 Bishop's Counselor.

 Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah
 Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah—1861
 Fourteenth Ten

 John Evans
 Born Jan. 9, 1829, Llandovery,
 Caermarthenshire,Wales. Came to Utah
 Sept. 8, 1861, Harvey Hullinger Company.
 High Priest.

 Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah
 Genealogies and Biographies

 Married Elizabeth Abshire 1846, Nauvoo, Ill., who was born Dec. 28, ——,
in Pennsylvania
 and came to Utah with her husband. Their children: Martha Jane b. June
27, 1847, m. David
 Toyn; Margarette Elsie b. 1849, d. child; Anniel b. Oct. 21, 1851, m.
Winfield Scott Hullinger
 Nov. 22, 1869; John Spencer b. Feb. 22, 1854 Thomas b. 1856, m. Mary
Lee; Sarah Ann b.
 1858, m. James Wheeler; Angeline b. 1860, m. Lorenzo Dow; Olive b.
1862, m. Jamea
 Graham: Abraham b. 1864; James b. 1866, m. Catherine Johnson; Frank d.

 Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah
 Genealogies and Biographies

 HULLINGER, HARVEY COE (son of John Hullinger and Olive Coe of Mad
 Champaign Co., Ohio). Born Dec. 2, 1824, Mad River. Came to Utah Sept.
16, 1859, Edward
 Stephenson company.

 Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah
 Genealogies and Biographies

 HULLINGER, WINFIELD SCOTT (son of Harvey Coe Hullinger and Julia
Bloce). Born Jan.
 5, 1848, Tremont, Ohio. Came to Utah in 1859 with parents.

 Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah
 Genealogies and Biographies

 HULLINGER, WINFIELD SCOTT, JR. (son of Winfield Scott Hullinger and
Anniel Davis).
 Born Sept. 23, 1870, Salt Lake City.

 Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah
 Genealogies and Biographies

 HULLINGER, ADELBERT (adopted son of Harvey Coe Hullinger and Marrett
 Came to Utah Sept. 16, 1859, with adopted father.

 Married Abby Shelton. Their children: Harvey b. Dec. 22, 1874, m.
Minerva Cook; Adelbert b.
 Dec. 31, 1876, d. Dec. 31, 1879; Philecta b. April 2, 1878, m. John
Mott; Phidelia b. Dec. 2,
 1880, m. Walter Anderson; Hyrum b. Feb. 4, 1884; William b. March 25,
1887; Stephen b.
 March 28, 1891; James E, b. Dec. 7, 1894.

 Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah
 Genealogies and Biographies

 Married Antonette M. Olsen March 10, 1866, Salt Lake City (daughter of
Christian Olsen and
 Christine Halvarsen, pioneers 1868). She was born Jan. 6, 1845,
Christiania, Norway, and came
 to Utah with husband. Their children: Enoch C. b. Nov. 26, 1867, m.
Augusta O. Rinnon June
 11, 1902; Waldemar C. b. Oct. 21, 1869, m. Ella Dora Darnell Nov. 10,
1892; Emma T. b.
 Aug. 8, 1871, d. infant; Emma Theresa b. April 11, 1873, m. Winfield S.
Hullinger, Jr. Jan. 1,
 1895; Rachel C. b. July 27, 1875, m. John W. Bascom Jan. 1, 1895; Mary
Sophia b. Sept. 25,
 1877, m. William P. Merrill Oct. 8, 1896; Daniel Evert b. Oct. 26,
1879, m. Fannie M. De Friez
 Aug. 19, 1903; Charles Joachim b. Oct. 19, 1881, m. La Pearl Cook June
19, 1909; John Isaac
 b. March 6, 1884, m. Verda Elmira Timmons Sept. 23, 1903; Jacob Norman
b. April 24, 1886,
 m. Elma Goodrich; Esther b. Feb. 2, 1890, m. Daniel F. Olsen. Family
home Naples, Utah.

 Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah
 Genealogies and Biographies

 Married Sarah Jane Sanders (daughter of Ellis M.Sanders and Rachel
Roberts, of Delaware).
 She was born Dec. 15, 1841, Wilmington, Del. Their children: Nelson Jr.
b. March 24, 1857, m.
 Keturah Peterson; George Davis b. July 14, 1859, m. Phoebe A. Hacking;
Sarah Jane b. Aug.
 24, 1861, m. William P. Colthorpe; Susan Maria b. Oct. 28, 1863, m.
George Finly Britt;
 Christopher Ellis b. Aug. 26, 1865, m. Aldura Hatch; Mary b. 1867, d.
infant; Charles Albert b.
 Jan. 11, 1868, m. Mary L. Murray; Elizabeth b. Dec. 29, 1871, m. Henry
Hall; John b. Aug. 29,
 1874, m. Nellie Lanorah Bartlett; Henry b. Dec. 3, 1877, m. Susan
Hullinger; William b. July 1,
 1880, m. Rose Walker; Rachel Ellen b. Sept. 2, 1882, m. Jeremiah Hatch
Murray; Jacob b.
 Feb. 5, 1886, m. Annal Hullinger. Family home Salt Lake City, Morgan
Valley, Cedar Valley,
 Cedar Fort, and Vernal, Utah

 Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah
 Genealogies and Biographies

 Married Abigail Harris, Nauvoo, Ill. Their children: John, m. Mary
Martin; Elizabeth, d. infant;
 Martha Jane, m. James B. Hamilton; Joseph, d. aged 21; Hyrum, m. Emma
Sultzer; Stephen, m.
 Maggie Bonner; Abigail, m. Delbert Hullinger. Family home Provo, Utah.

Funeral services will be held
Wednesday, January 12, 2000, 11 a.m. at the Duchesne LDS 1st and 3rd Ward
Chapel. Burial in the Strawberry Cemetery under direction of the
Hullinger-Olpin Mortuary.

        "Marilyn Weber" <>

>From: Pam T Smith <>
>Subject: [GLINES] Letter from Aunt Aurelia [Matthews] Hollingshead to
Harriet Anna Glines Thorn
>    Bear River Nov 14, [18]70
>  Dear Harriet and family
>I have been waiting for an answer to my letter or I should have
>written before  the families are all in usual health except myself  mine
>has  been poor all summer.  Rhode Ann had daughter, born on the fifth
>are both doing well  I have been staying with her  have just got home
>Mary and family were well when last heard from   I am looking for them up
>every day to visit us, now for business  I suppose you know that Abbies
>mother Mrs Jones has been here on a visit  well when she left here to go
>I sent three dress patterns by her  one black and green stripe ten yards
>for you  and one purple  green and black stripes  twelve yards for Amelia
>with same dress patterns wrappers such as I wear enclosed  I send a
>page 2
>sample of each, Abbie has got word that she died at Ogden on her road
>home.  Now I want you to take the samples and go and ask for them  I paid
>her for taking them I think you will surely get them  I want you to write
>as soon as you go after them and go as soon as you get this  give my love
>to all my old friends you may see  likewise yourselves and children.
>                                             Your affectionate Aunt
>                                             Aurelia Hollingshead
>[Ogden is a city north of Salt Lake City, Utah.]
>Pam, I looked up Abbie Jones on the IGI and this is what came up: Abigail
>Spouse:  Aner Matthews HOLLINGSHEAD.  Marriage - about 1853, Payson, Utah.
>Film # 457706, 457061.
>I lookup up Aner Hollingshead on the IGI and received these two matches:
>(1). Aner Hollingshead, spouse:  Abigail, Marriage: about 1839, of
>Fairfield, Ohio.   Film #1760771.
>(2).  Aner Hollingshead, Spouse:  Abigail Jones, Marriage:  about 1853,
>Payson, Utah.  Film #457706.
>I couldn't find anything on the Ancestral File on Aner Matthews Hollinger
>or Abigail Jones,also nothing on Aurelia Hollingshead on either the
>Ancestral file or the IGI.

Aner Matthews Hollinger is the son of Aurelia (Matthews) Hollingshead so
Abigail (Abbie) is Aurelia's daughter-in-law.
Subject:  [UTUintah] Re: Hughes, Hullinger, Gardiner (Murray and Goodrich): Vernal, UT

Message Board Post:

Julia Elizabeth Hullinger died in Vernal 19 Feb 1937 and is buried in the Vernal Memorial Cemetery, Block 218, Lot 1, Space 2C.  She was born 4 Oct 1873 in Big Cottonwood, Salt Lake, Utah.  She married Arthur Edward Gardiner in 1899 in Vernal, Utah.

Arthur Edward Gardiner was born 1 Dec 1860 in Brownshill, Gloucestershire, England and died 15 Sep 1929 in Vernal.  He is buried in Block 218, Lot 1, Space 1C.

George Stanley Hughes in buried in the Vernal Memorial Cemetery in Block H68, Lot 4, Space 6a.  No death date is listed in the burial record.

Emma Elizabeth Hughes Murray was born 11 Oct 1893 in Vernal and died 19 Aug 1946 in Salt Lake City.  She is buried in Block H218, Lot 1, Space 3, Vernal Memorial.  She married William Ashby Murray on 21 Mar 1914 in Vernal.

Georgia Ann Hughes was born 1 Feb 1896 in Vernal and died 2 Aug 1985 in Vernal.  She is buried in Block H68. Lot 4, Space 5, Vernal Memorial.  She married Birchell Remington Goodrich on 31 Dec 1914 in Vernal.

I would suggest that you contact the Vernal Regional Library.  They have copies of the Vernal Express that cover this time period.  Obits from the Vernal Express would provide more information on the family.