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Re: Hollenbachs/Lindflur/Uengershausen, Ger
Posted by: Morry Hollenbaugh Date: January 18, 2001 at 13:49:44
In Reply to: Re: Hollenbachs/Lindflur/Uengerschausen, Ger by Zola Huston of 157

Zola...Where do we begin? What info are you after? First off I mispelled Uengershausen..there is no "c" in shausen.Johann was born in Nassau 1654 and is the father of Johannes Michael, b 1680 who went to Lindfluhr. His son Johannes Geroge b. 1707/08 was the one who went to Uengershausen and it was his son Johannes Michael who went to the "colonies" and is buried at St. Paul's Red Hill Church in Upper Hanover, Montgomery, PA. There are scads of Hollenbaughs in PA in fact there is a road south of Mechanicsburg named Hollenbaugh Road. It seems that some of the family migrated to Ohio in 1820/30 settling in Richland County and in Shelby. Some went a bit farther West in Ohio and even more, after the Civil War, to Colorado where there are three pockets of us. There is lots how the named changed fron bach to baugh and such.


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