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A history of the Holland, Grill, Whistler and Hershey families

[by Trudy Sample]
Sample, Trudy, 1926- (Main Author)
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English
Kirkwood, Missouri : T. Sample, 1982
[135] leaves : maps

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The immigrant ancestor of the Holland family, Gabriell Holland (b. 1600) came to America aboard "Supply" in 1620 and settled in Virginia. Henry Herman Theodore Grill (1824-1870) was born in Hamburg, Germany. He came to America sometime in the 1840's via New Orleans. He was married to Mary Susan Holland (1826-1899), daughter of John Holland in Linneus, Missouri in 1847. She was born in Buckingham Co., Va. and died in Boulder, Colorado. This marriage produced nine children, only four reaching adulthood. Includes the Hershey family originally of Switzerland. Members of this family came to America in 1719 and settled in Lancaster Co., Pa. They were Mennonites. Includes family of William Whistler (1805-1890) and his wife, Hannah (1805-1889), both born in Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania.

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