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Re: Hollenbeck's of Michigan
Posted by: Julie Hollenbeck Date: September 04, 2000 at 21:20:39
In Reply to: Re: Hollenbeck's of Michigan by Lamora Magdaleno of 840

Hoping that an engine search picks this up and the right person finds it. This has been written by family which is now searching for more infomation.


Sutliffís

Birt Sutliff was born in Saginaw, Michigan on October 7, 1880. He was married to Nancy Jones. He died on November 14, 1942 and is buried in Midland Cemetery, 3220 Orchard Drive, Midland, Michigan. He died 5 months before his wife. He was 62 years old.

Nancy Jones was born in Dearborn, Michigan on October 7, 1888. She was married to Birt Sutliff. She died on April 12, 1943 and is buried in Midland Cemetery, 3220 Orchard Drive, Midland, Michigan. He died 5 months before his wife. He was 62 years old.

Birt and Nancy (Jones) Sutliff had three (3) children: Lillian Mae (Sutliff) Hollenbeck, Ethel Jane Sutliff and Goldie (Sutliff) Brooks.

Ethel Jane Sutliff was most likely born in Gladwin County, Michigan on December 29, 1910. She died 8 days before her 17th birthday on December 21, 1927. She is buried in Midland Cemetery, 3220 Orchard Drive, Midland, Michigan.

Goldie (Sutliff) Brooks the only thing known is she was married to Edgar Brooks and possibly moved to Peoria, Ohio.

*Lillian Mae (Sutliff) Hollenbeck was born in Gladwin County, Michigan on August 2, 1906 or 1907. She was married to Isaac Hollenbeck who was 21 or 22 years older than she was. She died on December 30, 1945 and is buried in Midland Cemetery, 3220 Orchard Drive, Midland, Michigan. She died from Cerebral Hemorrhage, Diabetic Acidosis and Diabetes Meltitus. She died 11 months before her husband. She was 38 or 39 years old.







*There is a copy of her death record available but not her death certificate. Her death certificate in at the Midland County Clerks Office (Page 85) but they canít open the book, the pages are stuck together.
Hollenbeckís

Oliver Hollenbeck was born in New York State. He was married to Bricy (Adelia) Hollenbeck.

Bricy (Adelia) Hollenbeck was born in New York State. She was married to Oliver Hollenbeck.

Oliver and Bricy (Adelia) Hollenbeck had three children: Lavinnia or Lavinia (Hollenbeck) Taylor, Isaac Hollenbeck and Ellsworth Hollenbeck.

**Lavinnia or Lavinia (Hollenbeck) Taylor was born September 14, 1874 or 1877 in Michigan. She was married to Olen Taylor who predeceased her. She died on August 14, 1960 from Carcinoma of the Stomach. She is buried in Highland View Cemetery in Big Rapids, Michigan.       

Ellsworth Hollenbeck was born August 23, 1888 or 1889 in Morley, Michigan. He was single and a Veteran of War #1. He died on January 7, 1947 just 2 months after his brother Isaac Hollenbeck passed away. He died from Coronary Thrombosis, Myocardial Degeneration and had Mitral Stenosis and Insufficiency. He is buried in Highland View Cemetery in Big Rapids, Michigan. He was 58 or 59 years old.

Isaac Hollenbeck was born August 10, 1885 in Mecosta County. He was married to Lillian Mae (Sutliff) Hollenbeck and was 21 or 22 years older than his wife. He died on November 4, 1946 of Curicular Fibratations, Cur Myocarditis and Cur Nephritis. He died 2 months before his brother Ellsworth Hollenbeck and 11 months after his wife. He is buried in Highland View Cemetery in Big Rapids, Michigan. He was 61 years old.



**Lavinnia or Lavinia (Hollenbeck) Taylor must have been a great and strong women to have been informants to both of her brothers deaths, out lived her husband, made sure both of her brothers and herself had beautiful, matching headstones and were buried together. I am not sure as to a role she played in the upbringing of her younger brothers or support in her parents burials. This will need to be researched. I am proud to say she was my GREAT (literally) Aunt.
Hollenbeck/Sutliff

Isaac Hollenbeck was born August 10, 1885 in Mecosta County. He was married to Lillian Mae (Sutliff) Hollenbeck and was 21 or 22 years older than his wife. He died on November 4, 1946 of Curicular Fibratations, Cur Myocarditis and Cur Nephritis. He died 2 months before his brother Ellsworth Hollenbeck and 11 months after his wife. He is buried in Highland View Cemetery in Big Rapids, Michigan. He was 61 years old.

*Lillian Mae (Sutliff) Hollenbeck was born in Gladwin County, Michigan on August 2, 1906 or 1907. She was married to Isaac Hollenbeck who was 21 or 22 years older than she was. She died on December 30, 1945 and is buried in Midland Cemetery, 3220 Orchard Drive, Midland, Michigan. She died from Cerebral Hemorrhage, Diabetic Acidosis and Diabetes Meltitus. She died 11 months before her husband. She was 38 or 39 years old.

Isaac and Lillian Mae (Sutliff) Hollenbeck had three children: Baby Boy Hollenbeck, Jack LeRoy Hollenbeck and Nancy (Hollenbeck) Thomas.

Baby Boy Hollenbeck was stillborn on May 9, 1930. He is buried in Midland Cemetery, 3220 Orchard Drive, Midland, Michigan.

Nancy (Hollenbeck) Thomas the only thing known is she used to be married to a gentleman with the last name Thomas and she has a daughter, Suzy Thomas.

Jack LeRoy Hollenbeck was born on January 9, 1937. He lived at 2214 Ashman Street, Midland, Michigan at the time of birth. His mom was 30 or 31 years old and his dad was 52 years old at the time of his birth. He was 8 when his mother died and 9 when his father died. He and his sister went to live with his grandmotherís (his momís motherís) sister Mandy (Jones) Owens.




*There is a copy of her death record available but not her death certificate. Her death certificate in at the Midland County Clerks Office (Page 85) but they canít open the book, the pages are stuck together.



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