Christian Hollinger (Hullinger) served in the American Revolution. He was a Captain of the 6th Company of the 9th Battalion Commanded by Colonel John Huber from Warwick Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He came to America with his parents in 1736.

http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/revolutionary_war_militia_overview/4125/lancaster_co__revolutionary_war_militia/435889

Daniel Hullinger was his son and also served in the Revolutionary War as a 1st Lieutenant. His application for a pension is listed below. His memory is about like mine.


Declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress.  Passed June 7, 1832.

State of Ohio
Champaign County

     On this seventeenth day of October A.D. 1832.  Personally appeared in open court, before Geo B. Holt, President, Jas. Smith, Wm Runkle, of the court of Common Pleas of Champaign County, now sitting, Daniel Hullinger a resident of Madriver Township, County of Champaign & State of Ohio, in the Seventy Sixth year of his age, who being first duly sworn according to laws doth on his oath, make the following declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress passed June 7th A.D. 1832.

     That he entered the service of the United States under the following named officers, and served as herein stated.

     He was born in Lancaster County, State of Pennsylvania on the 12th day of March A.D. 1757.  He had his age recorded (as taken from his father's Family Record) in a book prepared & kept by him for the purpose of a Family Record Book.

     He continued to reside in the County in which he was born, until the year 1777, when a short short time after harvest, (the day he does not remember,) he volunteered for seven months, as a private in a company of volunteers under the command of Captain John Ashton - Gen. Bull was commander of the Regiment or Battalian: - the company was formed at Philadelphia - he was at the battle of Germantown near Philadelphia, in October 1777 - he served out his seven months term, and received a discharge, which he has lost.

     Sometime after (the exact time he does not remember) he was called out with a company of militia under Capt. John Ashton -- and served a term of two months -- during which time, he believes they were stationed a short time on Chesnut Hill near German Town, in Pennsylvania. he received a discharge, but has lost it-

     After which, a waggon and team of horses of his father, Christian Hullinger, was called into the service of the regular Army, in the neighborhood of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Daniel Barry being waggonmaster which team, he the said Daniel Hullinger drove for the term of eight months in succession, and was then discharged.

     His fourth and last term he believes was two months in guarding the prisoners at Lancaster barricks, (he thinks the prisoners were taken at Yorktown in Virginia, on the surrender of Lord Cornwallis)- he was first Lieutenant under a Captain whose name he does not distinctly recollect; but thinks it was Capt. Fetter, or Vedder. he received his discharge, which is also lost.

     Soon after the war of the Revolution he removed to the State of Virginia - from thence to Ross County in this State (Ohio) - from thence to Champaign County Ohio, where he has resided for about sixteen years, & where he now resides.

     He has no documentary evidence, and knows of no person, whose testimony he can produce, who can testify to his services.

     He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or annuity except the present and declares that his name is not on the pension roll of the agency of any State, or (if any) only on that of the agency of the State of Pennsylvania.                                                       
                             
                      his
                                                                                Attest                                                                          Daniel D H Hullinger
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L. Weaver               Sworn & subscribed, the day & year aforesaid.
         
                                   John C. Pearson, Clerk

Located in the Probate Court Office, Champaign County, Urbana, Ohio.  All spelling and punctuation as in original document.







Paternal Descent










Hullinger / Hollinger / Holliger / Holiger 






Born Died First Last Name Spouse Birth Place / Comments

1425 1504 Henri Holiger Boniswyl, Aargu, SWZ

1446 Heini Holiger Boniswil (Holvil) Switzerland

1472 Hans Holiger 1504 Junghans Holiger m Margaretha Rebmeyer

1548 1600 Heini Holiger m Barbara Mayer Boniswyl,Aargu, SWZ Burial: Seengen

1591 1643 Heini Holiger m Anna Huber Aargu, Boniswyl, SWZ

1627 1689 Rudolph Holliger m Anna Hummel

1661 Jacob Holliger m Elisabeth Burger

1701 1779 Hans Jacob Hollinger m Anna Elisabetha Esterli
Immigrated to US 1736

1734 1802 Christian Hollinger m Eva Dorothea Feltz
Born Germany, Captain American Revolution


1757 1839 Daniel Hullinger m Ann Schockey Lancaster Co, PA, 1st Lt American Revolution


1788 1856 Daniel Jnr Hullinger m Comfort Conway Staunton Trenton, OH

1833 1909 Daniel J Hullinger m Mary Kirk Ohio emigrated from Ohio to south central Iowa by wagon train in 1864

1870 1956 Eli Hullinger m Mary Elizabeth Siddons Leon IA

1893 1970 John Franklin Hullinger m Pearl Josephine Harlan
Leon, Iowa US Army, WW I

1920 Clifford Harlan Hullinger m Louise Liffengren
Vivian, SD 1st Lieutenant, US Army, WW II

1947 Craig Harlan Hullinger m Elizabeth S. Ruyle
Brookings, SD Colonel, US Marine Corps Reserve, Vietnam

1980 Bret Schaller Hullinger Harvey, IL 
















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