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Descendants of Bollinger // Bolinger

Generation No. 2

2. "ISAAC" WILLIAM HENRY BOLLINGER /2 BOLINGER (BOLLINGER //1) was born 1741 in Berne, Switzerland, and died May 1770 in Codorus, York Co., Pennsylvania. He married MARIA "MARY" CHATRINA ?? - BOLLINGER - AUSMUS 1763 in Anderson, Pendleton Co., South Carolina. She was born Abt. 1742 in Anderson, Pendleton Co., South Carolina/Pendleton, Pickens Co., SC, and died in Union Co., Tennessee.

Notes for
Isaac Bollinger died in 1770, York County, Pennsylvania
His Will dated April 01, 1770. Probated May 07, 1770.
Copy of Will from York County Court House. Archives & Records.
In this Will that Isaac left instructions for his administrators,
"if my wife should remarry and my children are mistreated by a
stepfather, they shall be taken from the home and placed with
someone who will care for them". Some believe that following the
death of Isaac Bollinger in 1770 and the death of Anna Elizabeth, the
1st wife of Philip Ausmus, he married Catharina, widow of Isaac and
moved through Maryland to Washington Co., Tennessee (then N.C.)

According to the Bollinger relatives in Speedwell, parents of
Frederick Bollinger, (a gr. gr. grandfather) were William Henry and
Mary Bollinger of South Carolina.
Going back to the Will of Isaac Bollinger, it is believable, that our
York Co., Pennsylvania Family was related to William Henry Bollinger
of Weavers Creek, Pickens Co., South Carolina. Previously known as
Pendleton District 96. 1790 Census for this area show all three of the
adult children of Isaac Bollinger, deed. In or near the household of
William Henry and mary Bollinger. Was William a brother of Isaac?
Did he and his wife take the Bollinger children after the mother died?
No record of death found.

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AKA (Facts Pg): Isaac
Children: 3
Immigration: Bet. 1750 - 1765, To America (USA) from Switzerland by Ship and to Ship Ports in Carolina and Pennsylvania.
Nationality: Swiss
Occupation: Shoemaker
Probate: May 07, 1770, Isaac's Will was Probated on May 07, 1770 in Codorus, York Co., Pennsylvania. (***see notes)
Will: April 01, 1770, Codorus, York Co., Pennsylvania Made it in April 1770 and it was proven on May 7, 1770.

Notes for M
Maria Chatrina ?? - (aka; Mary Catherine) was married to
"Isaac" William Henry Bollinger, a shoemaker. They were living
in Codorus Twp., York Co., Pennsylvania in 1767, they had 3
children together. Mary, Frederick, and Barbara Bollinger.
They were neighbors of Phillip Ausmus (Assimus) & wife Anne Elizabeth.

The Ausmus Family had three daughters,
Anna Elizabeth Ausmus, born: April 08, 1762,
Anna Maria Ausmus, born: October 30, 1764,
Maria Catharina Ausmus, born: August 13, 1768.
Phillip's wife died about 1770, shortly after the last child was born.

Maria Chatrina ?? - Bollinger married Phillip Ausmus about 1771.
They did not have any children together.

More About M
Children: 3 (Mary Ann, Barbara, & Frederick Bollinger) from 1st Husband, Isaac Bollinger
Spouses: 2 (#1: William Henry " Isaac" Bollinger/ Bolinger & #2: Philip Ausmus) (Second husband, Philip Ausmus was a neighbor of Isaac Bollinger in York Co., Pennsylvania on June 17, 1767).

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Marriage: 1763, Anderson, Pendleton Co., South Carolina
Children of
3. i.   MARY ANN BOLLINGER /3 BOLINGER, b. June 26, 1764, Pendleton Co., South Carolina / Codorus Twp., York Co., Pennsylvania; d. September 25, 1844, Laurel Co., Kentucky.
4. ii.   FREDERICK BOLLINGER / BOLINGER, b. Bet. 1765 - 1766, Anderson, Pendleton Co., South Carolina / Codorus Creek, York Co., Pennsylvania; d. October 13, 1843, War Eagle, Benton Co., Arkansas.
5. iii.   BARBARA BOLLINGER / BOLINGER, b. 1769, Glenville, Codorus Creek, York Co., Pennsylvania; d. December 03, 1846, Speedwell, Claiborne Co., Tennessee @ 77 years old.

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