Hello I am researching the 20 families that migrated to the SE MO territory from NC, crossing the Mississippi river on New Year's Day 1800, most of them settled in and around what is now Bollinger County. The 20 families were led by George Frederick Bollinger and are as follows (spouse listed if known, many had children when they migrated but I have not compiled them yet):
1. George Frederick Bollinger
2. John Bollinger and wife Anna Catherina Vollbrecht (Fulbright).
3. Daniel Bollinger and wife Barbara Crites.
4. Philip Bollinger and wife Elizabeth Slinkard.
5. Mathias Bollinger and wife Priscilla Peterson.
6. William Bollinger and wife Mary Magdalena Hahn.
7. Mann Henry Bollinger and wife Catherine Hahn.
8. Peter Statler and wife Mary Hudson.
9. Conrad Statler and wife Barbara Seier.
10. Joseph Nyswonger (Niswonger) and wife Eva Katherina Statler.
11. George Grounds and wife Elizabeth Statler.
12. Peter Grounds and wife Margaret Crites.
13. Peter Crites.
14. John Cotner.
15. Jacob Cotner.
16. John Miller and wife Martha Clay.
17. Isaac Miller
18. Frederick Limbaugh.
19. Leonard Welker.
20. Frederick Slinkard and wife Barbara Grounds.
1. George Frederick, John, Daniel, Philip, and Mathias Bollinger are brothers.
2. Mann Henry Bollinger and William Bollinger are brothers, and are sons of John and Anna Catherina Bollinger.
3. Peter, and Conrad Statler are brothers, and Eva Katherina Statler is their sister.
4. Catherine Hahn and Mary Magdalena Hahn are sisters.
5. Margaret Crites and Peter Crites are siblings.
6. Frederick and Elizabeth Slinkard are siblings.
7. Peter and Barbara Grounds are siblings.
8. Could John Miller be the father of Isaac Miller?
Anything that anyone could add to help me with this info will be greatly appreciated. I have the story about their migration, but I would like to expand on what I have. Thanks.
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