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Descendants of Mathias Bollinger compiled by Charles Bollinger

Generation No. 1



1. MATHIAS2 BOLLINGER (JOSEPH1)1,2 was born January 01, 1770 in Codorus Twp., York Co., PA.3, and died November 04, 1850 in Baltimore Co., MD3. He married ELIZABETH WENTZ Abt. 17923, daughter of VALENTINE WENTZ and MARIA JENEWEIN. She was born September 12, 1768 in West Manheim Twp., York Co., PA3, and died Aft. 18503.

More About MATHIAS BOLLINGER:

Baptism: May 27, 1770, St. Jacob's Stone Union Church, York Co., PA4

Burial: Buried at Shaefer's4

Will Information: Baltimore Co., MD, 1850, 24-73, Will of Johann Matthes Bollinger5



More About ELIZABETH WENTZ:

Baptism: Baptized October 15, 1768, St. Davids - West Manheim Twp., York Co., PA



Children of MATHIAS BOLLINGER and ELIZABETH WENTZ are:

2. i. CATHERINE3 BOLLINGER, b. December 29, 1793, Manchester, Carroll County, MD; d. February 10, 1847, Manchester, Carroll County, MD.

3. ii. JOHANNES BOLLINGER, b. October 21, 1794, Manchester, Carroll County, MD; d. November 28, 1879, Lafayette, Allen Co., IN.

4. iii. MARY (POLLY) BOLLINGER, b. 1795, Carroll County, MD; d. July 01, 1862, Carroll County, MD.

5. iv. FREDERICK BOLLINGER, b. November 26, 1797, MD; d. March 13, 1861, Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.

6. v. MATHIAS BOLLINGER, b. 1801, MD; d. 1879, Codorus Twp., York Co., PA..

7. vi. JOSEPH BOLLINGER, b. November 26, 1804; d. December 15, 1879, Baltimore Co., MD.

vii. VALENTINE BOLLINGER, b. Abt. 18136.



Notes for VALENTINE BOLLINGER:

Nickname "Felty"



More About VALENTINE BOLLINGER:

Will Information: Info from Will Johann Matthes Bollinger, Baltimore Co. Md. 24-73-18507



viii. BARBARA BOLLINGER, b. Abt. 18158; m. WILLIAM FUHRMANN9.



More About WILLIAM FUHRMANN:

Will Information: Info from Will Johann Matthes Bollinger, Baltimore Co. Md. 24-73-185010



ix. ELIZABETH BOLLINGER, b. Abt. 181611; m. THOMAS WELSH12.



More About ELIZABETH BOLLINGER:

Will Information: Info from Will Johann Matthes Bollinger, Baltimore Co. Md. 24-73-185013



x. CHRISTINA BOLLINGER, b. Abt. 182014; m. BENEDICT FEDTHER.



More About CHRISTINA BOLLINGER:

Will Information: Info from Will Johann Matthes Bollinger, Baltimore Co. Md. 24-73-185015





Generation No. 2



2. CATHERINE3 BOLLINGER (MATHIAS2, JOSEPH1)16 was born December 29, 1793 in Manchester, Carroll County, MD17, and died February 10, 1847 in Manchester, Carroll County, MD17. She married LEVI MAXFIELD17.



More About CATHERINE BOLLINGER:

Baptism: Baptized January 5, 1794 at the Luth & Ref. Church, Carroll Co. MD

Burial: Manchester, Carroll County, MD17

Will Information: Info from Will Johann Matthes Bollinger, Baltimore Co. Md. 24-73-185018



Children of CATHERINE BOLLINGER and LEVI MAXFIELD are:

i. JULY ANN4 MAXFIELD, b. July 08, 1829, Manchester, Carroll County, MD19.



More About JULY ANN MAXFIELD:

Baptism: November 1, 1829, Zion Lutheran , Manchester, Carroll Co. MD



ii. HENRY MAXFIELD, b. March 18, 1831, Manchester, Carroll County, MD19.



More About HENRY MAXFIELD:

Baptism: Zion Lutheran Church May 29, 1831, Manchester, Carroll Co. MD



iii. WILLIAM MAXFIELD, b. February 24, 1833, Manchester, Carroll County, MD19.



More About WILLIAM MAXFIELD:

Baptism: May 26, 1833 at Zion Lutheran, Manchester, Carroll Co. MD



3. JOHANNES3 BOLLINGER (MATHIAS2, JOSEPH1)20 was born October 21, 1794 in Manchester, Carroll County, MD21, and died November 28, 1879 in Lafayette, Allen Co., IN21. He married MARGARET FAIR Abt. 1815. She was born March 05, 179821, and died November 20, 1880 in Lafayette, IN21.



Notes for JOHANNES BOLLINGER:

Ohio in 1828, Indiana in 1850's



More About JOHANNES BOLLINGER:

Baptism: Baptized June 21, 1795 at the L & R Church, Carroll Co. MD



More About MARGARET FAIR:

Burial: Maple Lawn Cemetery, Pleasant Twp. IN21



Children of JOHANNES BOLLINGER and MARGARET FAIR are:

i. LUCINDA4 BOLLINGER, b. June 14, 1816, Baltimore Co., MD21; m. HENRY WALLICK22.

ii. MARY BOLLINGER23, b. March 10, 1818, Baltimore Co., MD24; m. SAMUEL CARPENTER25.

iii. SUSANNA BOLLINGER, b. September 19, 1819, Baltimore Co., MD26; d. October 30, 1910, Noble Co., IN26; m. JOHN S. BAKER27, May 08, 1842, Monroe Co., OH28; b. February 10, 1823, Monroe Co., OH28; d. May 20, 1907, Allen Co., IN28.

iv. CATHERINE BOLLINGER, b. October 16, 1823, Balltimore Co., MD28; m. WILLIAM LAYMAN28, April 12, 1857, Allen Co., IN28.

v. BELINDA BOLLINGER, b. January 22, 1827, Baltimore Co., MD28; d. December 16, 1914, Allen Co., IN28; m. JACOB BAKER, February 25, 1855, Allen Co., IN28; d. , Allen Co., IN28.

vi. GEORGE WASHINGTON BOLLINGER, b. February 21, 1828, Baltimore Co., MD28; d. February 17, 1882, Jackson, IN28; m. LAVINA NORRIS, 1849, PA28; b. , Greene Co., PA28.



More About GEORGE WASHINGTON BOLLINGER:

Occupation: Canal Boat Builder, Wabash & Erie Canal, also a farmer



vii. JOSEPH BOLLINGER, b. March 05, 1830, Monroe, OH28; d. March 30, 1909, Allen Co., IN28; m. BARBARA ???28.



Marriage Notes for JOSEPH BOLLINGER and BARBARA ???:

No children



viii. ELIZABETH BOLLINGER, b. May 10, 1831, Monroe, OH28; m. DAVID DENNIS28, Abt. 1850, Ohio.

ix. SARAH BOLLINGER, b. March 06, 1833, Monroe, OH28; m. JOHN HUNT28, 1850.

x. MARIA ANNA BOLLINGER, b. March 17, 1834, Monroe, OH28; d. Wells Co., IN28; m. MARTIN CROW, April 27, 1854, Allen Co., IN; d. September 06, 1920, Wells Co., IN28.



More About MARIA ANNA BOLLINGER:

Burial: Buried in the Hoverstock Cemetery



More About MARTIN CROW:

Burial: Buried in the Hoverstock Cemetery



xi. BARBARA BOLLINGER, b. September 28, 1837, Monroe, OH28; d. May 12, 1925, Sturgis, MI28; m. JAMES BAKER28, January 18, 1859, Allen Co., IN28; d. 1906, Sturgis, MI.



More About BARBARA BOLLINGER:

Burial: Buried Uniontown Cemtery, Wells County, Indiana



More About JAMES BAKER:

Burial: Buried Uniontown Cemetery, Wells County, Indiana



xii. RACHEL BOLLINGER, b. December 06, 1838, Monroe, OH28; m. ANDREW J. CRAIG28, December 10, 185728.

xiii. JACOB BOLLINGER, b. July 26, 1840, Monroe Co., OH28; d. 1906; m. PHOEBE CRAIG, June 24, 186028.

xiv. LYDIA BOLLINGER, b. June 21, 1842, Monroe, OH; d. July 20, 1925, Wells Co., IN28; m. JAMES CROW, February 17, 1861, Allen Co., IN28; d. January 17, 1901, Wells Co., IN28.



More About LYDIA BOLLINGER:

Burial: Buried in Hoverstock Cemetery



More About JAMES CROW:

Burial: Buried in Hoverstock Cemetery



4. MARY (POLLY)3 BOLLINGER (MATHIAS2, JOSEPH1)29 was born 1795 in Carroll County, MD, and died July 01, 1862 in Carroll County, MD. She married JACOB GRIM29. He was born 1790 in PA.



More About MARY (POLLY) BOLLINGER:

Will Information: Info from Will Johann Matthes Bollinger, Baltimore Co. Md. 24-73-185030



Children of MARY BOLLINGER and JACOB GRIM are:

i. BETSY4 GRIM31, b. 1828.

ii. WILLIAM GRIM31, b. 1832.

iii. GEORGE GRIM31, b. 1836.

iv. DANIEL GRIM31, b. 1843.



5. FREDERICK3 BOLLINGER (MATHIAS2, JOSEPH1) was born November 26, 1797 in MD, and died March 13, 1861 in Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA32. He married CATHERINE KEFAUVER, daughter of JOHN KEEHAUVER and CATHERINE ???. She was born June 16, 1801, and died June 13, 1870 in Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA32.



Notes for FREDERICK BOLLINGER:

Frederick was a skilled pattern maker and a millwright who traveled extensively working at that trade. He and Catherine married in the York-Adams County boundary area about 1820-21. I have in my possession a bill fold made of leather and paper that is signed by him and dated 1820. "Frederick Bollinger: this pocket book, bought it in the year of our lord 1820" Inside is a very old and tattered five dollar bill from the Central Bank of Pennsylvania dated 1839. Frederick and the family are found on the following tax and census lists:



1820 Heidelberg Twp., York Co., PA taxed as millwright with 16 acres; 1821 Conewago Twp., Adams., taxed as millwright on Septennial Census Census of PA; 1822 Conewago Twp., Adams Co., taxed as millwright with 1 horse & 1 cow; 1823 could not find; 1824 Conewago Twp., Adams Co., taxed with a trade & 1 cow; 1825 Conewago Twp., Adams Co., taxed with a trade & 1 cow; 1826 MT. Pleasant Twp., Adams Co., taxed as a miller & 1 cow; 1827 cannot find; 1828 Berwick Twp., Adams Co., taxed with 1 acre; 1829 Berwick Twp., Adams Co., taxed with 1 acre, 1 horse, and 1 lot; 1829 Germany Twp., Adams Co., taxed with a trade, 1 horse & 1 cow; 1830 Berwick Twp., Adams Co., taxed with 1 acre; 1831 Berwick Twp., Adams Co., taxed with 1 acre; 1831 Germany Twp., Adams Co., taxed as millwright with 1 horse & 1 cow; 1832 could not find; 1833 Heidelberg Twp., York Co., taxed as millwright with 17 acres; 1834-41 Heidelberg Twp., York Co., taxed as millwright with 16 aces.



George Washington Bollinger, son of Frederick and Catherine, revisited the area of Adams/York Co., in 1911. George Washington gave his birth location as near Diehl's Mill near New Oxford, Adams Co., PA. I have been unable to locate the exact location of the family home, but believe it was between the Conewago Creek and the small town of New Oxfrord. The Mill in question was located on the east side of the Conewago Creek on the south side of Route 30. The mill is now gone and there is a restaurant on the spot with the name Mill Inn.



George Washington Bollinger also visited the location in York County where the family lived in Heidelberg Twp., York Co. The house was located a few hundred yards north of Krentler's School. I was able to find the location of Krentler's school and happy to find it still standing. The school is now used as a private residence. So far, I have been unable to find the location of the family home.



The family moved west to Westmoreland Co., in April of 1841. It has been written that the family spent the year of 1840 in the town of Carlisle running an inn and tavern while on the way. The author has found the family on the tax rolls of York Co., PA, until and including 1841 and thinks they never lived in Carlisle. Evidently someone else over the years got the Bollinger family mixed up with the Cribbs family who did live in Carlisle running an inn/tavern during the time period mentioned. Daughter Catherine married James Cribbs and I think that the two families were mixed up in family lore.



A court record in York County, PA Archives concerns Frederick and Catherine. This indenture was written and signed on 14 October 1841. It was recorded 4 November 1841, reference number 3 Q 344. Frederick incurred debts that he was unable to pay. Perhaps this was the reason for the family's move west to Westmoreland County.



After their arrival in Youngstown, Westmoreland co., in April of 841, Catherine, with the help of her children, operated a tavern while Frederick was working at his trade in the Greenberg area. The family attended St. James Lutheran Church, a short walk from the tavern operated by the family.



Frederick died in Youngstown in 1861 and Catherine continued to live there until her death in 1870. Mrs. Bollinger shows up on an 1867 map of the town of Youngstown on the northeast corner of the small square. The exact location of the tavern is unknown. Frederick and Catherine are buried at St. James Lutheran Church Cemetery in Youngstown.



The family is found in census records of Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA 1850 Census-Page 379



Frederick, age 54 innkeeper, $1300 property, born MD

Cathren, age 50 born PA

Washington, age 22, born PA

Daniel, age 21, born PA

Maria, age 18, born PA

Henry, age 16, born PA

George, age 14, born PA

John, age 13, born PA

Catherine, age 10, born PA



1860 census-Page 1262



Frederick, age 62, innkeeper, hotel, $500 property, born MD

Catherine, age 60, born PA

George, age 24, laborer, born PA

Catherine age 19, born PA

illegible, age 12, born PA

illegible, age 20, laborer, born PA



Will of Frederick Bollinger



In the name of God, Amen, I, Frederick Bollinger, of the Borough of Youngstown in the County of Westmoreland in the state of Pennsylvania, being weak in body and of sound mind, memory, and understanding. But considering the uncertainty of this transitory life do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form of following, to wit....First it is my will and I do order that all my just debts and funeral expenses be duly paid and satisfied as soon as conveniently can be paid after my decease. Iten-first my executor is to appraise and sell all my personal property and sell it at public sale and my wife Catherine Bollinger is to get the interest of the proceeds of the sale of the personal property yearly as long as she shall live and she is to get the one third of all the rent for the house and lot and both shops in the borough of Youngstown, where she is now living in the borough of Youngstown yearly as long as she shall live, and my son Washington Bollinger may rent it to my wife Catherine or any other person that he can rent it to. And I do allow all my heirs herein after named for to have an equal share of my estate equally divided among them equally as follows. To wit, first, my daughter Mary Ann, July Ann intermarried to Joseph Soxman, Sophia intermarried to Benjamin Igo, Washington, Daniel, Mariah intermarried to Adam Kiser, Henry, George, Catherine which is all to have an equal share of my estate divided between them equally. And my son John Bollinger he now owes me one hundred and thirty dollars on my books which he is to pay in to my estate and then my executor is to pay him one dollar for his full share of my estate. And lastly I do nominate, constitute, and appoint my son Washington Bollinger and my son-in-law Adam Kiser to be my executors of this my will here by revoking all other wills, legacies, and bequests by me here to fore made and declaring this and no other to be my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the thirteenth day August one thousand eight hundred and sixty. F. Bollinger



Signed, sealed, and delivered by the said testator in as his last will and testament in presence of us.



John Gibson George A. Newman



Legally proved and approved the 23rd day of March AD 1861 - the same day recorded and letters testamentary granted to Washington Bollinger



W. L. Evans, Reg.



Individual Sources:



Tax Records:

Heidelberg Twp., York Co., PA 1820 to 1841

Conewego Twp., Adams Co., PA 1820 to 1841

MT. Pleasant Twp., Adams Co., PA 1820 to 1841

Berwick Twp., Adams Co., PA 1820 to 1841

Germany Twp., Adams Co., PA 1820 to 1841

Tombstone inscriptions St. James Lutheran Church, Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA

Church records St. James Lutheran Church, Youngstown Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA

Will of Frederick Bollinger #14 1861 p 356 Borough of Youngstown, Unity Twp.,

Westmoreland Co., PA

1867 map of Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA

Records of Effie Grote, RD #5, Box 349, Latrobe, PA, 15650

1850, 1860 Census of Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA

Old and New Westmoreland Biographical, Vol. IV, Boucher, American Historical Society Inc., New York, 1918 pp 691-3

Administration of Catherine Bollinger Westmoreland Co., PA 18170

1830 Innkeepers Census of Germany Twp., Adams Co., PA

Hixson, pp. 4, 5, 8, and 9

Indenture 3 Q 344 1841 York Co., PA

Records of Genevieve Washburn, 651 SW 6th St., Cassels Tower 1203, Pompano

Beach FL, 33060

St. Matthews Lutheran Church Records

Emanuel Lutheran Church Records



Sharon Miller, 2816 Paxton Court, Chambersburg, PA 17201



Will of Frederick Bollinger, WB 4, p 356, Greensburg Courthouse, Westmoreland Co., PA



In the name of God Amen I Frederick Bollinger of the Borough of Youngstown in the County of Westmoreand in the State of Pennsylvania being weak in body and of sound mind memory and understanding, but considering the uncertainty of this transitory life do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following to wit- - -



First, it is my will and I do order that all my just debts and funeral expenses be duly paid and satisfied as soon as conveniently can be paid after my decease ___First my Executor is to A praise and sell all my personal property and sell it at public sale and my wife Catherine Bollinger is to get the interest of the proceeds of the sale of the persnal property yearly as long as she shall live and she is to get the one___ of all the___for the house and lot, and bothe shops in the borough of Youngstown when she is___ living in the Borough of Youngstown yearly as long as she shall live, and my son Washington Bollinger Bollinger.......And I do allow all my heirs herinafter named forth to have equal share of my Estate equally divided among these equally as follows to wit, first , my daughter Mary Ann, July Ann intermarried to Joseph Soxman, Sophia intermarried to Benjamin Igo, Washington, Daniel, Mariah intermarried to Adam Kiser, Henry, George, Catherine which is all to have an Equal Share of my estate divided between them equally. And my son John Bollinger, he now owes me one hundred and thirty dollars on my Books which he is to pay in to my estate and then my executors is to pay him one dollar for his full share of all my estate. And lastly, I do nominate, constitute and appoint, my son Washington Bollinger, and my son-in-law Adam Kiser to be my executors of this my will hereby revoking all other wills signed, and bequests by me heretofore made, now declaring this ___to be my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set up hand and seal the thirteenth day of August, one Thousand Eight hundred and Sixty. F. Bollinger (Seal)



Signed sealed and delivered by the said testator in as his last will and testament, in presence of us. John Gibson, George A. Newman.



Legally proved and approved the 23rd Day of March AD 1861 - same day recorded letters Testamentary granted to Washington Bollinger, W. L. Evans, Reg.



More About FREDERICK BOLLINGER:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Youngstown, PA33

Will Information: Info from Will Johann Matthes Bollinger, Baltimore Co. Md. 24-73-185034



More About CATHERINE KEFAUVER:

Burial: St. James, Youngstown, Westmoreland Co., PA35



Children of FREDERICK BOLLINGER and CATHERINE KEFAUVER are:

i. MARY ANN4 BOLLINGER, b. November 14, 1821, Conewago Twp., Adams Co., PA36; m. CHRISTIAN HOFFMAN37,38,39, Abt. 184140; b. Abt. 1815, PA40; d. Bet. 1850 - 187040.



Notes for MARY ANN BOLLINGER:

Mary Ann Bollinger was one of the ten children of Frederick Bollinger b 11/26/1797 d 3/13/1861 and his wife Catherine Kefauver, living near Hanover in York Co., PA. Moved to Greensburg, about 1841, and operated a tavern on the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia Turnpike. Later they moved to Youngstown and operated the White Horse Tavern, which was located across the road from the present Latrobe Country Club, in the area between Nine Mile Run, and Arnold Palmer's home. (Latrobe Rotary Community Park)



More About MARY ANN BOLLINGER:

Baptism: 40

Burial: St. James Lutheran, Westmoreland Co., PA41

Misc.: Picture of Grave by Sharon Martin42



Notes for CHRISTIAN HOFFMAN:

1850 Census, Unity Twp., Westmoreland co., PA p. 666

Christopher, age 35, farmer, born PA

Mary, age 28, born PA

Sarah, age 8, born PA

Daniel, age 3, born PA

Daniel age 23, born PA -- brother of Christopher



Christian Hoffman was listed in the 1840 census as head of a household that included his wife and a woman 70 to 80 years old, possibly he was living with some member of the Bollinger family. In the 1850 Census he was the oldest son living on the William Hoffman Farm, and his wife, their two children, and Daniel Hoffman, Christian's younger brother, were included in the household. Probably between 1840 and 1850 he went West, with his wife and two children. He returned with them, then he wished to make a second trip and his wife refused to take the young children on such a rugged journey the second time. He then went West alone,and was never heard from again.



More About CHRISTIAN HOFFMAN:

Occupation: Farmer



ii. JULIA ANN BOLLINGER, b. October 18, 1822, New Oxford, Adams County, PA42; d. January 18, 191342; m. JOSEPH SOXMAN; b. July 28, 1820, PA43; d. 1863, Latrobe, Westmoreland Co., PA44.



More About JULIA ANN BOLLINGER:

Burial: St. James Lutheran Cemetery, Youngstown, PA45

Misc.: She was a widow for 50 years



More About JOSEPH SOXMAN:

Burial: St. James Lutheran Cemetery, Youngstown, PA

Misc.: 1860 census he was a teamster

Occupation: 1850 census indicates he was a farmer



iii. SOPHIA BOLLINGER, b. April 01, 1825, Conewago Twp. Adams County, PA46; d. 1911, Latrobe, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA46; m. BENJAMIN IGO46; b. 1815, PA47; d. July 14, 1890, Latrobe, Westmoreland Co., PA48.



More About SOPHIA BOLLINGER:

Burial: Buried St. James Lutheran Cemetery, Youngstown, PA49



Notes for BENJAMIN IGO:

Possible father was Daniel Igo, d Apr 9, 1884.Possibe brother was John B. married to Susan who appears in the 1860 census Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA 1850,1860, 1870 Census Unity Twp,Westmoreland Co., PA



More About BENJAMIN IGO:

Burial: Buried St. James Lutheran Cemetery, Youngstown, PA50

Lived in: Lived at Jefferson Street and Walnut Lane in Latrobe, Unity Twp., Westmoreland

Occupation: Occupation listed as farmer on 1870 census

Will Information: Will written April 1885 WB 8, P 274,



iv. GEORGE WASHINGTON BOLLINGER, b. February 22, 1827, New Oxford, Adams Co., PA51; d. October 06, 1915, Nine Mile Run, Latrobe, Westmoreland Co., PA51; m. EVA FOLK52, July 31, 1851, Brush Creek Evangelical Lutheran Church, Westmoreland Co. PA53; b. September 13, 1828, Klein Welzheim, Hessen Darmstadt, Germany53; d. January 24, 1903, Wilkensburg, Allegheny Co., PA53.



Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON BOLLINGER:

George Washington Bollinger was a son of Frederick and Catherine Bollinger who came to Greensburg, PA when their son was 14 years of age. Frederick Bollinger was the landlord of a tavern instated on the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia Pike in the old stage-coach days, and afterwards kept a similar house at Youngstown, PA. George Washington Bollinger was born February 22, 1827 near Hanover, PA At an early age he began to learn his father's trade of pattern-maker and millwright. While living in Youngstown, he owned and operated a flour mill on the Loyalhanna, near Latrobe. He was also a builder of mills and most of the water mills within a wide area were constructed by him. George Washington Bollinger was considered the best millwright in the country, and his services were sought throughout the stale. He was united in marriage, July 31, 1851, to Eva Folk, who was a native of Germany. they were the parents of twelve children, several of whom remained in this area. he continued in business until 1895, when he retired to a farm at Baggaley, where he died October 6, 1915 from Biographies given to me by Lisa McDowell



More About GEORGE WASHINGTON BOLLINGER:

Burial: St. Vincent College & Abby Cemetery in Latrobe, Pa.54



More About EVA FOLK:

Baptism: Baptized September 13, Klein Welzheim, Hessen Darmstadt, Germany

Burial: St. Vincent College & Abby Cemetery in Latrobe, Pa.

Will Information: Will Philipp Volk 5 WB 567 Westmoreland Co., 1872



v. DANIEL BOLLINGER55, b. June 02, 1829, Berwick Twp. Adams County, PA56; d. October 07, 1879, Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA56; m. LUCINDA MOOSE, October 07, 187956; b. September 1825, PA56; d. November 15, 191256.



Notes for DANIEL BOLLINGER:

Died at 50 years



More About DANIEL BOLLINGER:

Baptism: Baptized June 6, 1829 at St. Matthews Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hanover, Pa

Burial: Unity Cemetery, Latrobe, Pa. 49.9.556



Notes for LUCINDA MOOSE:

Could have died 1915?



More About LUCINDA MOOSE:

Burial: Unity Cemetery, Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA56



vi. MARIA BOLLINGER57,58,59,60,61, b. May 24, 1831, Berwick Twp. Adams County, PA62; d. January 12, 1915, Latrobe, Westmoreland Co., PA62; m. ADAM B. KISER63,64,65; b. October 23, 1823, PA66; d. January 17, 1900, Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA66.



More About MARIA BOLLINGER:

Baptism: June 8, 1831 at St. Matthews Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hanover, Pa67

Burial: Unity Cemetery, Youngstown, PA 43.3.1568

Will Information: Will of Maria Kiser, written June 5, 1907, Pa-WB 19 P 12 # 4269



More About ADAM B. KISER:

Baptism: February 24, 1824, St. James Lutheran, Youngstown, PA70

Burial: Unity Cemetery, Youngstown, PA 43.3.1571

Occupation: He was a farmer in the 1860 Census, Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA p 228

Will Information: Will of Adam Kiser, Derry Twp, Pa - WB 11, P. 184 #36 1900, Wrote June 20 189872



vii. HENRY BOLLINGER73, b. March 25, 1833, Heidelbeg Twp., York Co., PA74; d. January 01, 1899, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA74; m. MARGARET L. MYERS, October 10, 1858, Brush Creek, Westmoreland Co., PA74; b. 1837, Germany74; d. 188974.



Notes for HENRY BOLLINGER:

Henry was a Civil War Veteran. He was a private with Co. C, 11 PA Vol. Inf. According to Hixson, he was wounded at the Battle of Antietam, wounded five times in the Wheatfield in the Battle of Gettysburg, and was also wounded at the Battle of Shiloh. His name is on the PA monument at Gettysburg.



He loved the life of the Army. He was wounded at least 4 to l7 times, depending upon the source. He refused to go home and he marched along with the "Boys in Blue" until the war was over.



There is a story about him that must have taken place either at the Battle of Bull Run or Manassas which was fought August 1862. During this battle there was plenty of green corn in the fields. The other men said that Henry would fire his gun awhile, and then he would pull "roasting ears". When they had not heard from him for some time, they called out, "Are you all right, Henry?" His answer was, "Oh, I got a slight tip" (slight hit), and he attended to it himself.



The George Washington Bollinger family in Westmoreland County heard the news from a neighbor that there was a large battle at Gettysburg. They then knew that the sound they were hearing like distant thunder, was the sound of cannon fire. The family wondered if Uncle Henry was there, as indeed he was. All the children remembered that day for the rest of their lives



According to pension application #47586 Henry was a private in Co C 11 PA Vol Inf. It gives his birth location as Hanover, PA. He was 32 years old in 1865 and 62 in 1897. He was five feet, eight inches tall, with a dark complexion, grey eyes and black hair. He was a laborer and a resident of Youngstown when he enlisted August 27, 1861.



He was wounded slightly by a rifle ball in the right arm at the Battle of Antietam on September 17, 1862



He was wounded severely in the left side and chest on December 13, 1862 at the Battle of Fredericksburg, VA. The bullet came out under the left arm. He was treated from January 6, 1863 to April 2, 1863. He was examined for discharge, there was no diagnosis, so he returned to his quarters and to duty on April 15, 1863. He was discharged at Cedar Mountain, VA, on December 31, 1863. He then re enlisted on January 1, 1864 for three years. He was wounded in the left side and chest on May 6, 1864, at the Battle of Wilderness, VA. He was t,created from May 9 to 15 1864, for a hemorrhage. He was wounded severely in his right hip at the Battle of Gettysburg on either the 1st of the 4h of July 1863. He was discharged at Balls Roads, VA, on June 12, 1865. He was disabled from manual labor by the wounds. Both legs were paralyzed. He used crutches and was living in the home of Harrison Berkey. Miss Alice Berkey was taking care of him.







More About HENRY BOLLINGER:

Baptism: Baptized May 21, 1836 Emanuel Lutheran, Hanaover, York Co., PA

Burial: Unity, Sardis Methodist, Westmoreland Co., PA75

Military Service: Civil War Vet. Co 3, 11 PA Vol. Inf76

Occupation: Listed as a farm laborer in 1870 census of Unity Twp, p 713



viii. GEORGE FREDERICK BOLLINGER77,78, b. January 13, 1836, Heidelberg Twp., York Co., PA79; d. January 01, 1899, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.79; m. HANNAH ???80,81; b. 182882; d. 1891, Youngstown Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA82.



Notes for GEORGE FREDERICK BOLLINGER:

George was on the St. James Lutheran Church Cemetery Board in Youngstown, PA. The family blamed him for the fact that the location of the grave of Elmer, son of Edward and Tillie Bollinger, was lost to the family. Elmer died in 1890. The 1870 Census of Derry Twp., Westmoreland County, PA, P. 117 lists George age 34, as a laborer with $550 property.



More About GEORGE FREDERICK BOLLINGER:

Baptism: Baptized May 21, 1836, Emanuel Lutheran, Hanover, York Co., PA

Church Attended: Communion 1868 - 1875 Christ Union Church of Christ, Latrobe, PA

Occupation: Confirmed October 5, 1867 Christ Union Church of Christ Latrobe, PA



Notes for HANNAH ???:

Picture of Grave



More About HANNAH ???:

Burial: St. James Cemetery, Youngstown, Pa.83

Church Attended: Communion 1868-1876 Christ Church of Christ, Latrobe, PA.



ix. JOHN S. BOLLINGER, b. May 25, 1837, Heidelberg Twp., York Co., PA.84; d. April 06, 1909, Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA85; m. (1) MARGARET FURRY, December 08, 1858, PA86; b. 1843, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania87; d. 1893, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania87; m. (2) RACHEL MAY REPINE88, October 22, 1895, Greensburg, Westmoreland Co., PA 22-9389; b. 1868, Burrell Twp., Indiana County, PA90.



Notes for JOHN S. BOLLINGER:

Note from Effie Grote -- John- married Rachel (2nd wife). House burnt then son John died in 1940's



More About JOHN S. BOLLINGER:

Burial: St. James Lutheran Cemetery, Latrobe, Pa.91

Lived in: In 1867 he was living near a place called Barrens, Derry, Twp.

Military Service: Civil War Co. F. 76 Reg.91



More About MARGARET FURRY:

Burial: St. James Lutheran Cemetery, Youngstown, Westmoreland co., PA91



Marriage Notes for JOHN BOLLINGER and RACHEL REPINE:

Marriage certificate for Rachel May Repine, John S. Bollinger, October 1895 Greensburg, Westmoreland Co., PA



x. CATHERINE BOLLINGER92,93, b. August 13, 1840, Heidelberg Twp., York Co., PA94; d. October 31, 1912; m. JAMES B. CRIBBS95,96, October 28, 1860, Darke Co., OH; b. July 23, 1836, Carlisle, Cumberland Co., PA97; d. January 11, 1891, Youngstown, Westmoreland Co., PA97.



More About CATHERINE BOLLINGER:

Burial: St. James Lutheran Cemetery, Youngstown, Westmoreland Co., PA98

Will Information: AD 16 223 #166, 1913, Will of Caterine Cribbs, Youngstown, Westmoreland Co., PA99



Notes for JAMES B. CRIBBS:

His parents owned a tavern in Carlisle on Pittsburgh and Philadelphia Pike. There are two J. Cribbs on the 1876 map of Youngstown, one on the north side of West Main St., and the other on the south side of East Main St. across from the Catholic Church. The 1870 census of Youngstown, Derry Twp. Westmoreland Co., PA-P 746 lists James Cribbs age 34, shoemaker, $1500 property. Will of James Cribbs - Youngstown, Westmoreland Co., PA WB 8 405 #70 1891 will written November 24, 1890



More About JAMES B. CRIBBS:

Baptism: Baptized St. James Lutheran, February 3, 1890

Burial: Buried St. James Lutheran Cemetery, Youngstown, Westmoreland Co., PA100

Military Service: shoemaker - 1870 Census p 745

Will Information: WB 8, #70, p 405, 1891 Westmoreland Co., PA101



6. MATHIAS3 BOLLINGER (MATHIAS2, JOSEPH1)102 was born 1801 in MD103, and died 1879 in Codorus Twp., York Co., PA.104. He married (1) ELIZABETH ECKERT. She died Abt. 1843104. He married (2) SUSAN STRAYER105. She was born 1807 in PA106, and died 1886106.



More About MATHIAS BOLLINGER:

Burial: Blen Rock L & R. Cemetery, Shrewsbury 18.3.8

Military Service: He was a Millwright

Will Information: Info from Will Johann Matthes Bollinger, Baltimore Co. Md. 24-73-1850107



More About SUSAN STRAYER:

Baptism: Buried in Glen Rock L & R Cemetery, Shrewsbury

Misc.: Widow of George



Children of MATHIAS BOLLINGER and ELIZABETH ECKERT are:

i. OLIVER J.4 BOLLINGER108, b. April 13, 1827, Adams Co., PA109; m. SUSAN FIFE, 1856; b. 1838109; d. 1883109.



Notes for OLIVER J. BOLLINGER:

Oliver J. Bollinger, whose portrait appears in this work, is a well-known inventor and manufacturer of turbine water-wheels and mill machinery. He was born in Adams County, PA April 13 1827, and is the only child of Matthias and Elizabeth (Eckert) Bollinger, and of German lineage. His father was a native of Carroll County, MD, born in 1801. He became a resident of York Co., in 1838 settling in Codorus Twp., where he resided until his death in 1879. He was a millwright be trade and was actively engaged in that branch of industry for over forty years. Our subject's early life was passed upon a farm, receiving his education in the common schools, the White Hall Academy and the Pennsylvania Commercial Institute. His father being a millwright at the age of eighteen he left the farm and apprenticed himself to the millwright trade, under his father, where he remained several years, acquiring a thorough knowledge of the business and finally succeeded his father, who, retiring, left the entire control to his son. Mr. Bollinger has continued the business successfully since then, a period of forty years, and is today probably the oldest and best known, as he is certainly the best qualified. It is but natural to one who dates his knowledge of mills and machinery from infancy, and his attempts at mill construction from the jack-knife, the shingle and the country stream of roadside brook, where his childish ambition reveled in its fancied great accomplishment of his efforts. In 1860 he took up the manufacture of the Jonval turbine water-wheel, but an experience of several years demonstrated clearly to him that improvements were not only desirable, but necessary, and after a long period of experiments and attempts at different constructions, he in June, 1870 patented and gave to the trade the old Bollinger turbine water-wheel, sometimes styled the "Success." Though he afterward disposed of the right and title to manufacture that wheel, it was destined for him to perfect another styled, "Bollinger's new turbine water-wheel." June 1, 1875, and to this new wheel he is devoting his time and attention, offering the same to the public with elaborate explanation by catalog and circular. to his manufacture of water-wheels he adds mill machinery, and we particularly call the attention of those interested, to his inventions of mill-stone supports and driving devices, which reflect much credit upon the inventor and give the trade articles of sterling value. In 1874 Mr. Bollinger became one of the members of the York Manufacturing Company, then just started, and took position in the firm as mechanical engineer and foreman of the shops. He remained there for two years, when realizing the value of his new wheel, he began devoting all his time to it, and so he continues today.



It can be said, in brief that the new Bollinger turbine water-wheel, patented June 1, 1875, is the result and embodiment of the inventor's valuable experience of about thirty-five years in the designing and construction of water-wheels and mill machinery, and that in this turbine, good and well-tried features have been preserved, while register gates pivot or claptrap gates, cams, eccentrics, racks and pinions under water, worm-gears, wind-lasses, and all such trappy and complicated devices which have heretofore rendered turbine wheels troublesome, impracticable and worthless, have been dispensed with, and substituted by new and substantial improvements protected by letters patent. All wheels and machinery are built under the immediate supervision of the inventor, who invites the special attention of wheel builders and wheel buyers.



Mr. Bollinger has for sixteen years been a resident of York, and has added much to its progressive business interests. He belongs to the class of men who., active and fertile in mechanical and inventive resources, have done much to give life and reality to the ideas which emanate only from men of natural inborn mechanical attributes. In 18576 he was united in marriage with Susan C. Fife, a native of York County and daughter of John and Elizabeth Fife. To this marriage were born three children. Mrs. Bollinger died in 1883 at forty-five years of age. For twenty-five years Mr. Bollinger has been a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. Politically he is a Republican, and has served as a member of the borough council. Affable and of a kindly nature, warm in his friendships and sincere in his attachments, he is regarded as a good citizen, alive to all matters pertaining to his city's welfare, a reliable, straightforward business and moral man. >From York County Biographical Sketches, PP 8&9



ii. HENRY BOLLINGER110, b. 1836.

iii. CAROLINE BOLLINGER110, b. 1839.

iv. REUBEN BOLLINGER110, b. 1841; d. 1927.



Children of MATHIAS BOLLINGER and SUSAN STRAYER are:

v. REBECCA4 BOLLINGER, b. April 02, 1845; d. April 11, 1845, Manchester, Carroll County, MD.



More About REBECCA BOLLINGER:

Baptism: Baptized April 11, 1845 Zion Lutheran Church, Manchester



vi. THEODORE BOLLINGER111, b. 1848; d. 1911.



7. JOSEPH3 BOLLINGER (MATHIAS2, JOSEPH1)112 was born November 26, 1804113, and died December 15, 1879 in Baltimore Co., MD113. He married ELIZABETH STINE113. She was born August 26, 1804113, and died August 11, 1892113.



More About JOSEPH BOLLINGER:

Burial: St. Peter's Cemetery113

Will Information: Info from Will Johann Matthes Bollinger, Baltimore Co. Md. 24-73-1850114



More About ELIZABETH STINE:

Burial: St. Peter's Cemetery115



Children of JOSEPH BOLLINGER and ELIZABETH STINE are:

i. VALENTINE4 BOLLINGER, b. May 10, 1830.



More About VALENTINE BOLLINGER:

Baptism: Baptized July 10, 1830, Manchester Zion Lutheran Church



ii. CATHERINE BOLLINGER, b. 1832115.

iii. JOSEPH S. BOLLINGER, b. 1834115; d. January 19, 1897115; m. ELIZABETH ???115.

iv. ANN BOLLINGER115, b. 1836.

v. ELIZABETH BOLLINGER115, b. 1838.

vi. SAMUEL BOLLINGER, b. 1840115.

vii. DANIEL BOLLINGER115, b. 1843115; d. June 15, 1845115.



More About DANIEL BOLLINGER:

Baptism: Baptized December 13, 1844 at Manchester Zion Lutherna Church

Burial: Buried at St. Peter's Cemetery115



viii. LYDIA BOLLINGER, b. 1846115.

ix. SUSAN BOLLINGER, b. 1851115.

x. BARBARA BOLLINGER, b. April 1853; d. April 29, 1853.

xi. SARAH E. BOLLINGER, b. May 17, 1866115; d. June 05, 1866.

xii. WILLIAM H. BOLLINGER, b. July 30, 1870115; d. November 12, 1871.





Endnotes



1. Baltimore Co., MD Wills, 12 - 319, 17 CH, 1826, Will of Joseph Bollinger.

2. 1850 Census, 5th District, Baltimore County, MD.

3. St. Jacob's Stone Church, Codorus Twp., York Co., PA.

4. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

5. Baltimore Co., MD Wills, 24-73, 1850, Will of Johann Matthes Bollinger.

6. David Blocher, P. O. Box 100, Rock Island WA 98850-0100.

7. Baltimore Co., MD Wills, 1850, 24-73, Johann Mathias Bollinger.

8. David Blocher, P. O. Box 100, Rock Island WA 98850-0100.

9. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

10. Baltimore Co., MD Wills, 1850, 24-73, Johann Mathias Bollinger.

11. David Blocher, P. O. Box 100, Rock Island WA 98850-0100.

12. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

13. Baltimore Co., MD Wills, 1850, 24-73, Johann Mathias Bollinger.

14. David Blocher, P. O. Box 100, Rock Island WA 98850-0100.

15. Baltimore Co., MD Wills, 1850, 24-73, Johann Mathias Bollinger.

16. 1850 Census, 5th District, Baltimore County, MD.

17. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

18. Baltimore Co., MD Wills, 1850, 24-73, Johann Mathias Bollinger.

19. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

20. 1850 Census, 5th District, Baltimore County, MD.

21. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

22. 1870-80 IN Census.

23. 1870 Census Lafayette Co., IN.

24. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

25. 1870 Census Lafayette Co., IN.

26. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

27. Records of Daniel Shibley.

28. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

29. 1850 Census - 5th District, Baltimore Co., MD.

30. Baltimore Co., MD Wills, 1850, 24-73, Johann Mathias Bollinger.

31. 1850 Census - 5th District, Baltimore Co., MD.

32. St James Lutheran Church, Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.

33. St. James Cemetery, Westmoreland Co., PA.

34. Baltimore Co., MD Wills, 1850, 24-73, Johann Mathias Bollinger.

35. St. James Cemetery, Westmoreland Co., PA.

36. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

37. St. James Lutheran Church, Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.

38. 1850 Census Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 666.

39. 1870 Census of Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 745.

40. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

41. St. James Lutheran Church, Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.

42. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

43. German Church Records of Westmoreland Co., PA 1813-1820, Paul M. Ruff, p. 32, #1236.

44. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

45. St James Lutheran Church, Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.

46. St. Jacob's Stone Church, Codorus Twp., York Co., PA.

47. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

48. Westmoreland Co., PA Wills, WB 8, p. 274 1890 Will of Benjamin Igo, Latrobe, written April 1885.

49. St James Lutheran Church, Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.

50. St. James Lutheran Church, Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.

51. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

52. 1850 Census Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 652.

53. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

54. St. Vincents Cemetery, Latrobe, Westmoreland Co., PA.

55. Effie Grote, Latrobe, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.

56. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

57. 1860, 70, 80 Census of Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 228.

58. 1860, 70, 80 Census of Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 122.

59. 1860, 70, 80 Census of Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.

60. 1880 Census, Derry, Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 113.

61. 1900 Census of West Latrobe, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 176A.

62. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

63. 1860, 70, 80 Census of Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 228.

64. 1860, 70, 80 Census of Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 122.

65. 1880 Census, Derry, Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 113.

66. St. Jacob's Stone Church, Codorus Twp., York Co., PA.

67. St. Matthews Church Records, York Co., PA.

68. Unity Cemetery Records, Youngstown, Westmoreland Co., PA.

69. Westmoreland Co., PA Wills, WB 19, p. 12, Will of Maria Kiser, written June 5, 1907.

70. St James Lutheran Church, Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.

71. Unity Cemetery Records, Youngstown, Westmoreland Co., PA.

72. Westmoreland Co., PA Wills, WB 11, p. 184, 1900, Will of Adam B. Kiser, written June 20, 1898.

73. Civil War Pension application #47586.

74. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

75. Nancy genrehr@excite.com.

76. Hixson, p. 9, 10, 11.

77. 1870 Census Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 117.

78. 1880 Census Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 159.

79. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

80. 1870 Census Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 117.

81. 1880 Census Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 159.

82. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

83. St James Lutheran Church, Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.

84. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

85. Westmoreland Co., PA Wills, Will of John S. Bollinger.

86. Effie Grote, Latrobe, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.

87. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

88. Harry Wolfe, 2197 South Dover, Lakewood CO, 80227-2309.

89. Marriage Certificate of John S. Bollinger and Rachel May Repine , 1895.

90. Harry Wolfe, 2197 South Dover, Lakewood CO, 80227-2309.

91. St James Lutheran Church, Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.

92. 1870 Census Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 746.

93. 1880 Census Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 363.

94. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

95. 1870 Census Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 746.

96. 1880 Census Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, p. 363.

97. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

98. St James Lutheran Church, Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.

99. Westmoreland Co., Wills, 16 223 #166, 1913, Will of Catherine Cribbs, Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.

100. St James Lutheran Church, Youngstown, Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.

101. Westmoreland Co., PA Wills, WB 8, #70, p. 405 , 1891, Will of James Cribbs Youngstown, written November 24, 1890.

102. 1850 Census - Codorus Twp., York Co., PA.

103. David Blocher, P. O. Box 100, Rock Island WA 98850-0100.

104. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

105. 1850 Census S. Codorus Twp., York Co., PA.

106. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

107. Baltimore Co., MD Wills, 1850, 24-73, Johann Mathias Bollinger.

108. 1850 Census - Codorus Twp., York Co., PA.

109. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

110. 1850 Census - Codorus Twp., York Co., PA.

111. 1850 Census S. Codorous Twp., York Co., PA.

112. 1850 Census - 5th District, Baltimore Co., MD.

113. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

114. Baltimore Co., MD Wills, 1850, 24-73, Johann Mathias Bollinger.

115. Sharon Martin, 2816 Paxton Ct., Chambersburg, PA 17201.

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