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1850 WI Census
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                           Hollinger, John WI JEFFERSON CO. HEBRON 161
                           1850


        From:
             Glen Brunskill <Glen_Brunskill@compuserve.com>
 
Dear Linda  (and List),                                                Hi
Marie:    Please Post:           Germany  /   WI

That's Great!!!

It certainly looks like we have located your Wisconsin HOLLINGERs in the
"Old Country"

David's birth and christening dates in 1811 along with Daniel's birth and
christening dates in 1848 certainly suggest that Ernstweiler is the parish
you want.  You will probably find a very small hamlet in the parish for
Woaschweiler (if the spelling is correct.)  My HOLLINGERs of this period
were not far away in Eichelscheiderhof / Miesau.  The HOLLINGERs in this
area of the Palitinate came from Switzerland sometime between the end of
the Thirty Years War (1648) and about 1720.  Mine were in Lambsborn /
Wiesbach for a while before moving a few kms north to Eichelscheiderhof.
After you exhaust Ernstweiler you should look closely at Lambsborn as
Lambsborn appears to be the parish where the Swiss HOLLINGERs first settled
on arrival in the Palitinate.

I STRONGLY SUGGEST that you order the film from the LDS for the marriage 7
May 1839 of David HOLLINGER and Maria WEBER.  The civil registration of a
marriage in this area required the presentation of birth certificates and
depositions outlining parents names and status.  The marriage of my Georg
Balthashar HOLLINGER (b 1800, Eichelscheiderhof) and Charlotte TRAUTMANN (b
1800, Brietenbach) in 1823 Obermiesau contained five pages of documents
giving information on many relations.

Here is some information that I have on what we take to be your relations
from my database.  Sorry but it is only from the IGI.

!Source:  IGI  v 4.01   Evangelisch, Ernstweiler, Pfalz, Bayern
David HOLLINGER  30 May 1811   Daniel HOLLINGER  Phillipina MAURER

!Source:  IGI  v 4.01   Evangelisch, Ernstweiler, Pfalz, Bayern
Daniel HOLLINGER  8 Nov 1815   Daniel HOLLINGER  Phillipina MAURER

!Source:  IGI  v 4.01   Evangelisch, Ernstweiler, Pfalz, Bayern
Johann Adam HOLLINGER  21 Feb 1821   Daniel HOLLINGER  Phillipina MAURER

!Source:  IGI  v 4.01   Evangelisch, Ernstweiler, Pfalz, Bayern
Mar   7 May 1839   David HOLLINGER  Maria WEBER

!Source:  IGI  v 4.01   Evangelisch, Ernstweiler, Pfalz, Bayern
Friedrich HOLLINGER 7 Mar 1842   David HOLLINGER  Maria WEBER

!Source:  IGI  v 4.01   Evangelisch, Ernstweiler, Pfalz, Bayern
Friedrich HOLLINGER 10 Dec 1843   David HOLLINGER  Maria WEBER

!Source:  IGI  v 4.01   Evangelisch, Ernstweiler, Pfalz, Bayern
Daniel HOLLINGER 20 Aug 1848   David HOLLINGER  Maria WEBER

Hope this helps you and maybe someone else.

Glen Brunskill, Burlington ON.


Thomas H. Hollinger found in:

Land Records: AL, AR, FL, LA, MI, MN, OH, WI, 1790-1907
Document number: 1250 Description number: 1
Number of acres: 80.0000 Accession number: WI0140__.205
Patentee Surname: Hollinger Patentee given name: Thomas H.
State name: Wisconsin
Volume: 140 Page number: 205
Land office: Ashland Aliquot part reference: E½SW
Section number: 34
Township: 46 North Range: 11 West
Meridian or special survey area: Fourth Principal Meridian
Misc. document number: 2426
Title transfer authority: Homestead Entry Orig.
Combined signature date: Oct. 13, 1898
Multiple patentees: N Multiple warrantees: N
Signature: Y Canceled document: N Subsurface rights reserved: N
Metes and bounds: N Fractional section: N

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Obit: Mrs. Grace Melinda Graybill, 65, 1737 Avenue F, died Saturday at a local hospital after more than two years of ill health. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Tague, pioneer residents of Shelby County. Mrs. Graybill had lived here 30 years. Survivors include: Four sons. Herbert, Wayne, Guy and George, all of Council Bluffs; four daughters. Mrs. Jesse Deeds, Mrs. Mary Clemens, Mrs. Clarabelle Barker and Mrs. Hazel Lawson, all of Council Bluffs; six half sisters. Mrs. Eva Wier of Kansas City, MO., Mrs. Ruby Hollinger of Prentice, WI., Mrs. Edith Crane of Moline, ILL., Mrs. Viola Wilder of Little Rock, ARK., Mrs. Vera Vincent of Council Bluffs and Mrs. Dolly Devorak of St. Louis, MO. Three step-sisters. Mrs. Louise McKeegan and Mrs. Laura Stewart of Sterling, CO., and Mrs. Ethel Kerr of Los Ammes, COLO. Step brother, Ed Gallup in ORE. 22 grandchildren, and 3 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Woodring Funeral Home C! hapel. The Rev. Henry Dennis of the Church of Prophecy will officiate. Burial will be in Neola Cemetery. (Council Bluffs Nonpariel, Aug. 28, 1955)