|2.||i.||MATTHIAS2 HOLLENBACK, b. November 05, 1718, New Hanover, PA; d. June 12, 1778, New Hanover, PA.|
|3.||ii.||JOHANNES HOLLENBACK, b. September 09, 1720, New Hanover, Montgomery County, PA; d. August 05, 1793, Martinsburg, VA.|
|iii.||MARIA BARBARA HOLLENBACK, b. 1722; d. Bef. 1756; m. UNKNOWN BUCHER (Source: Welles Genealogy, 93.), Unknown; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.|
Notes for MARIA BARBARA HOLLENBACK:|
From her mother's will, we only know that she died prior to 1756 and that she left 4 children. Unfortunately they are not named in Caterina's will, nor is the first name of her husband.
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|iv.||GEORGE HOLLENBACK (Source: Hollenback Family Compiled by George Raddin Researched Edward Welles.), b. 1724 (Source: Ancestry.com.); d. 1804, Salsbury, Rowan Co., NC (Source: Ancestry.com.).|
Notes for GEORGE HOLLENBACK:|
Hollenback Genealogy received from the Cornell University interlibrary loan services - No title page sent.
Of the youngest son, George, nothing is certainly known, but there is little doubt that he is the George Holobaugh who applied October 9, 1767 for fifty acres of land in Windsor township, Berks County, PA adjoining George May and Andrew May; the same land having been patented January 1838 to John Hollenbach, probably a grandson (of George Hollenbach the immigrant.) From this George are descended the families of the name in Berks County. Search has so far failed to connect them with the Montgomery County Hollenbachs.
We strongly believe, that the link to his branch of the family has been located. This has not been proven; not for the lack of trying, however. They spelled Hollenback as Holobaugh as did George Hollenbach's will.
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|v.||MARIA KATHERINE HOLLENBACK, b. Unknown; d. Bef. 1756.|
Notes for MARIA KATHERINE HOLLENBACK:|
Hollenback Genealogy received from Cornell University Interlibrary Loan - No title page sent.
Of the Immigrant's daughter, called Maria by her father, but Catherina by the mother, in their respective wills, all that is known is that she died before her mother, leaving four children named as legatees in the will of their grandmother.
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