In memory of John Hollenbeck, my Paternal 4th Great-Grandfather on the HOLLENBECK branch.
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1776/77 Aug 12
Stone Arabia, Tryon (now Montgomery), New York
1803 Jan 18
Schoharie, New York
1864 Jan 3
Willet, Cortland, New York
John Hollenbeck was born on the 12th of August, 1776 or 1777. He was the son of William Hollenbeck. John married Anna Conrad in Schoharie County on the 18th of January, 1803. She was the daughter of John Conrad (also spelled Conradt and Coonrod) and Anna Engel of Schoharie. Their family was counted on the census of 1820 and 1830 in Cortland County, New York. Anna died on the 21st of September, 1856, and John died on the 3rd of January, 1864, both in Willet, Cortland County, New York.
John Hollenbeck & Hannah R. Conrad were the parents of my ancestor,
- Nancy Hollenbeck (1805-1852), born in Sharon, New York, and never married.
- William Hollenbeck (1807- ), born in Sharon, New York.
- Catherine Hollenbeck (1808- ), born in Susquehanna (NY?) - more likely Pennsylvania.
- Jacob Hollenbeck (1809-1855), born in Susquehanna (NY?)
- John Hollenbeck (1810-1890), born in Susquehanna (NY?)
- Lany Hollenbeck (1812- ), born in Susquehanna (NY?)
- Mary Hollenbeck (1813 ), born in Susquehanna (NY?)
- Henry Hollenbeck (1816-1904), born in Susquehanna (NY?)
- Eva Hollenbeck (1818-1874), born in Cortland County, New York
- Nelly Hollenbeck (1820-1820), born in Cortland County, New York
- Nicholas Hollenbeck (1822-1904), born in Cincinnatus, Cortland County, New York
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