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This site is dedicated to the memory of my grandfather, Earl Milles. He was the son of Emma Hollenbeck and George Washington Milles of Indiana.
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Last updated on June 21, 2008
Adult adopted female, born to Audrey Hollenbeck on October 27, 1948 in Norfolk Virginia. Looking for info. Rose
Dennis Hollenbeck has requested help finding the following Hollenbeck photos: Maybelle (Hollenbeck) Webb, mother of CLIFTON WEBB (Webb Parmalee Hollenbeck) and DON HOLLENBECK, the World War ll Radio News Reporter, and later the CBS Television Evening Newsman of the early 1950s. Please contact Dennis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Margaret Hollenbeck Crosby (1935-2002) born in Dundee, Iowa.
Joyce Eleanor Andrea Hollenbeck (1921-2002)
New photo of William Henry Hollenbeck and family.
Bible records found at e-bay: Anthony Hallenbeck (Hallenbake) 1738-1803, Albany, New York
New photograph: Edward Eugene Hollenbeck (1874-1960) and children.
New photograph: Vaola Hollenbeck (1857-1928), Paul M. Hollenbeck, Lewis R. Hollenbeck, and James L. Hollenbeck - four generations.
Sarah Jane Hollenbeck Stone (1790- ) born in Cannan, Connecticut moved to Hudson, Ohio in 1810.
Abraham Hollenbeck (1796-1843) one of the earliest families of Marathon, Lapeer County, Michigan.
Interesting info on the Hollenback family of Kendall County, Illinois.
Helen Hollenbeck Marcus (1905-2000) daughter of John G. Hollenbeck and Anna Price.
Allen Harold Lebo (1937-2000) son of Norman and Ione Hollenbeck Lebo.
Edna Mae Fall Hollenbeck - (1921-2000) - married Louis Hollenbeck in 1946.
John Hollenbeck - (1834-1924) born in New York, lived in Wisconsin and California.
Photograph: Lavina Hollenbeck Akins (1846-1904)
John Hollenback (1775-1867) merchant from Wyalusing, Pennsylvania.
Hollinbeck surname - Family #17
Dennis Wesley Hollenbeck - descendant of Jacob Hollenbeck of Indiana.
Hollenbeck Police Department - in Los Angeles
Ancestral Home of the Hollenbeck Family - a well-researched and interesting article by Ray Edward Hollenbeck
Leora Hollenbeck Beale (1886-1971) daughter of Sanford Hollenbeck, lived in Texas County, Missouri.
Carolyn Joyce Hollenbeck Booker (1933-1975) born in Bucyrus, Missouri.
Bernice Altis Hollenbeck (1929-1980) married Freddie Hollenbeck, lived in Texas County, Missouri.
Eva York Hollenbeck (1907-1981) married George Hollenbeck, lived in Texas County, Missouri.
Stephen P. Hollenbeck (1801- ) an early settler of Iowa County, Wisconsin.
Hallenbeck's Hubbub 1763 - another interesting contribution from Ray E. Hollenbeck.
Holenbeck Family History Home Page - Descendants of Egbert Otis Holenbeck.
Mary Hollenbeck Greenleaf married Peter Greenleaf in New Jersey in 1804 and moved to Fulton County.
Vila Alta Hollenbeck, born about 1898 in Missouri
Bazel Champer Hollenbeck (1834-1921) bible records.
Ezekiel M. Hollenbeck (1839-1862) letters from the Civil War.
John Hollenback (1780-1847) son of John George Hollenback and Hannah Barton.
George W. Hollenback (1806-1878) born at Wyalusing, Pennsylvania, prominent businessman of Owego, New York.
William Henry Hollenback (1839-1914) son of George W. Hollenback.
Charles Edward Hollenback (1849-1884) son of George W. Hollenback, attorney in Owego, New York.
George Adelbert Hollenbeck (1858-1941) born in Steuben County, New York.
Orrin Hallenbeck born in Hammondsport, New York in 1847.
Wells H. Hollenbeck (1863-1944) born in Erin, New York, voted for Cleveland in 1884.
James M. Hollenbeck (1801-1901) updated.
Major Jacobus Jacobse Hallenbeck - grandson of Casper Jacobse, was a suspected Tory during the American Revolution.
New Genealogy Page: Charles H. Hollenbeck Family
Aramont Noble Hollembeak (1816-1908) lived in Genoa, Illinois.
Davis A. Brown (1862-1926) married Mattie Jane Hollenbeck in 1883.
Margaret Annie Hollenbeck Linden (1911-1999) born in Glenrock, Wyoming.
Wynona Hollenbeck Williams (1936-1999) born in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Looking for Robert Charles Hollenbeck (1889-1933).
Martha "Mattie" Jane Hollenbeck Brown (1868-1955), came to Parsons, Kansas in 1904.
Photograph of Charles Francis and Hulda Hunsaker Hollenbeck
Homer J. Hollenbeck, Sr. (1922-1999) Madison, Illinois.
Francis Abram Hollenbeck (1851-1933) invented and patented the Hollenbeck hammerless gun.
Francis Ida Gwilliams Hollenbeck (1900-1940) married John A. Hollenbeck in 1920.
Albert Hollenbeck (1845-1915) lived in Grundy County, Illinois.
Justus Hollenbeck (1821-1896) came to Grundy County, Illinois in 1852.
Blanche E. Weeter Hollenbeck (1902-1999) teacher, wife of Dane I. Hollenbeck.
Looking for researchers of Obadiah Hallenbake
Black Horse Inn - built by Isaac Hallenbeck in 1791, Greene County, New York
Hollenbeck Cemetery - Ellicott, New York
William Booth Hollenbeck (1857-1919) lived in Wayne, Cass County, Michigan.
Lura Hollenbeck Morse (1881-1924) daughter of William Booth Hollenbeck.
Emma Hollenbeck Milles (1859-1948) daughter of Henry Frank Hollenbeck.
Arthur Earle Hollenbeck (1891-1969) physician from San Diego.
Millard Alva Hollenbeck (1891-1988) contractor from Auburn, California.
Edna Reynolds Hollenbeck (1888-1969) wife of Millard Alva Hollenbeck.
Dwight Wheeler Hollenbeck (1909-1996) graduated from Princeton in 1932.
Wallace Rush Hollenback (1874-1960) lived in Ionia County, Michigan.
Louisa F. Hollenbeck - (1831-1920) married Henry Hollenbeck, lived in Elmwood, Nebraska.
Jess Hollenbeck (1874-1935) son of Aaron Hollenbeck.
Aaron Hollenbeck (1834-1927) pioneer in Antelope County, Nebraska.
Addie Belle Stevens (1858-1929) married Aaron Hollenbeck in 1898 in Antelope County, Nebraska.
Henrietta Pauline Hutchison Hollenbeck (1910-1997) married Glenn Hollenbeck in St. Louis.
Jaunita Hollenbeck Deschamp died the day after her husband, 1999.
Thomas Hollenbeck (1952-1999) killed in a snowmobile accident in Oregon.
Corrections to Family # 16 history. (Thanks to Anita Reeb.)
New information on Family #16!!! (Thanks to Pat Markovitz.)
Update to Query #88.
Lyle L. Hollenbeck (1922-1999) farmed in the Winona, Minnesota area.
Evelyn Mae Mills (1920-1998) married Lyle Hollenbeck in 1947.
Jeannine Macaulay Hollenbeck (1928-1998) married Willard Hollenbeck in Portland, Oregon in 1950.
Richard E. Hollenbeck (1911-1985) from Elmwood, Nebraska.
Jacob J. Hallenbeck - 1823-1904, lived in Whitely County, Indiana.
Vaola M. Hollenbeck - (1868-1950) born in Indiana, son of David Hollenbeck and Mary Hardy.
Hollenbeck Family History Project - Thanks once more to Ray Edward Hollenbeck for a major contribution regarding the early history of the Halenbek family.
This site recently helped reunite a Hollenbeck father and son after a 51 year separation!
Nancy Eilene Davis Hollenbeck - writer, artist married Clifford Ernest Hollenbeck.
Martha J. Chambers Hollenbeck - 1908-1998.
William L. Hollembeak - lived in Boone County, Illinois, married Myra Shattuck.
Ray Edward Hollenbeck is in the process of writing a book on the Hollenbeck family (#1) covering the New Netherland and Colonial Eras. I will soon be posting an outline of his research which is well organized and remarkably thorough. Here are the family outlines for descendants of Kaspar Jacobsz and Urias Hollenbeck/Eunice Gay. Thanks very much for these outstanding contributions!
Jacob Elmer Hollenbeck 1914-1998, lived in Gene Autry, Oklahoma.
Hollenbeck Hall construction at Wittenberg University, Springfield, Ohio - does anyone know after whom this is named?
My name is Robert Douglas Kleopfer and I am the 9th great grandson of Caspar Jacobse Hallenbeck (1620 - 1703). The purpose of this site is to provide a clearinghouse for information related to the Hollenbeck/Hallenbeck surname. Most pages will load fast. I will do my best to update this site with fresh and interesting information as time permits. I invite you to share information with us! Any information about any Hallenbeck/Hollenbeck descendant, including stories, biographical sketches, obituaries, and queries are welcome. I will post the information here as appropriate. If you are a descendant of a Hallenbeck/Hollenbeck please drop me a line. I would like to add your name and family information to my database of several thousand Hollenbeck descendants. Below I have listed various Hollenbeck families in America, many of which have not been linked to Caspar Jacobse Hallenbeck.
Hollenbeck Families of America
Family # 1:
Jacobse Hallenbeck (1620-1703) and descendants. Caspar Jacobse Hallenbeck
was born in Hollenbek, Schleswig, Germany (just east of Hamburg) in 1620.
He married "Lysbeth" and came to America sometime before 1651 since his first
child Katherin was born in Beverwyck, Albany County, New York in 1651. Several
of Caspars children were reported as being born in Beverwyck. (Beverwyck
was laid out around 1647 at what is now the center of Albany, New York).
Caspar Jacobse Hallenbeck died in Albany County, New York in about 1703.
There are thousands of descendants of Caspar Jacobse Hallenbeck who have
populated different geographic area in America. See
How Many Ancestors Do We
Have? for an interesting discussion that might apply to the Hallenbeck
Family # 1A: Jacob Hollenbeck Family of Indiana - One branch of Family # 1 beginning with Jacob Hollenbeck (1770-1842) the third great grandson of Caspar Jacobse Hallenbeck. This family came to Indiana in about 1818.
Family # 1B: George E. Hollenbeck - 5th great grandson of Caspar Jacobs Hallenbeck. This family came to Missouri from Ohio in 1858.
Family # 1C: George Hollenbeck of Kankakee County, Illinois - descendant of Abram Hollenbeck. This family moved from Greene County, New York to Illinois in 1849. May not be Caspar's progeny?
Family # 1D: Andrew F. Hollenback and brothers Lawrence V., William Henry, and Henry William (twins) came to Sangamon County, Illinois in 1830.
Family #1E: John Hollenbeck came to Appanoose County, Iowa after 1861. Two of his sons, Lewis Hollenbeck and Judson Hollenbeck settled in western Kansas.
Family #1F: Lawrence Hollenbeck came to the Illinois Territory in 1815. He was the brother of Jacob Hollenbeck, Family 1A.
Family # 1G -
Hollenbeck raised 16 children in Chemung County, New York. Several
children went to Jackson County, Wisconsin.
Family # 2: George Hollenbach migrated from Germany to Pennsylvania in 1717. (families #2 and 3 have been linked) See Family Tree Maker Site by Catherine Comeau.
Family # 3: Thomas Hollenback born in Ohio 1814, Illinois 1831, Missouri 1847, California 1848, Illinois 1852, Missouri 1855, Kansas 1866. (families #2 and 3 have been linked per LouAnn Cameron - however, please note that another researcher has concluded that this Thomas Hollenback is not the same one as in family 2 above)
See LouAnn Cameron's site: http://pages.suddenlink.net/lspyres1/.
Family # 4: Charles F. Hollenbeck of Adair County, Missouri (born 1850) -descendant of Francis Hollenbeck. This family came from New York to Missouri in 1868. See Hollenbeck Roots.
Family # 5: W. K. Hollenbeck of Miller County, Missouri ( born 1827) - descendant of Ephraim Hollenbeck, who, with his brother Jacob, emigrated to America from Germany in 1670.
Family # 6: Archie Talcott Hollenbeck - descendant of Alexander Hollenbeck of Scotland. This family settled in Franklin County, New York in 1830 before coming to Missouri in 1868.
Family # 7: Philip Hollenbach was born in Germany in 1851 and came to America in 1869. He lived in Louisville, Kentucky.
Family # 8: Descendants of John C. Hollenbeck lived in western Kansas.
Family # 9: Descendants of Conrad Hollenbeck of Potter County, Pennsylvania. He lived to be 106 years old.
Family # 10: Descendants of Henry Hollenbeck, born in Germany in 1839. Lived in St. Louis. His great great grandson has a site at Planet Hollenbeck.
Family # 15: George Hollandback was an early settler in Johnson County, Indiana having purchased land their in 1821. Family legend has it that he came from the Tauber River area of Germany near Edelfingen which is now part of Bad Mergentheim. Researcher #11.
Family # 16: Johann Conrad Hollenbach was born in 1752 in Lindfluhr, Franken, Germany , came to Pennsylvania as a boy, and served in the Revolutionary War. Researchers #158, 164, 265 and 267. See Our Family History.
Family # 17: Frank Justus Hollinbeck, changed his name from Peterson, his native Scandinavian name, which he thought to be too common. Apparently, he chose a friend's name (Hollenbeck), but the clerk in Chicago misspelled it. Rick Hollinbeck
Biographies for more on these families.
Links for More Hollenbeck Information
The Hollenbeck Name
Hollenbeck Biographies and Obituaries
Hollenbeck Books and References
The Hollenbeck Tavern
The Hallenbeck Murders of 1682
An Early Hollenbeck Real Estate Transaction
Hollenbecks in the Revolutionary War
Hollenbecks of Science
Hollenbeck Letter of 1881 (Can any one provide a link to the author of this letter?)
Butterman Hollenback Ice Cream Advertising Ashtray (Hollenback souvenir)
Hollenbach Hero (Vietnam War)
The Roosevelt Cousins (Are you one? Some Hollenbecks are.) Also gives a link to Martin Van Buren, the 8th U.S. President.
Hollenbeck War Casualties
Hallenbeck Funeral Home (South Dakota)
Planet Hollenbeck (Not exactly genealogy, but an interesting site by Kevin Hollenbeck.)
THE FALL OF THE COURTHOUSE
Hollenbeck Family Bible Saved From Dump!
New York Land Rioters
Hollenbeck Bible Records
America's Oldest Barber
The Hollenbeck Genealogy Forum
Hollenbecks with DAR Lineages
Hallenbecks of the Albany Militia
17th Century Hallenbeck Family - Maternal Lines
Hollenbecks in the 1890 New York City Directory
Hollenbecks in the War of 1812
17th Century Hallenbeck Family - Maternal Lines
Will of Jan Caspersen Hallenbeck (1652-1730)
Caspar Jacobse Hallenbeck (1620-1703) and descendants.
See researchers list for more home pages.
Descendants of Casper Jacobse Hallenbeck Nine generations of data from Ruth Kay Andrews. Family # 1.
Family History Home Page - Descendants of Egbert
Hollenbeck Roots This links to an index of names from Rich Hollenbeck. Family # 4.
The Hallenbeck Family A transcription of a genealogy dated July 2, 1948 from the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society. This site is under construction as of 6/15/97. Thanks to Rich Hollenbeck. Family # 1.
Hollenbeck Genealogy By Matty Ross. Matty Ross maintains a data base that contains 12,922 names, 8,334 of which are descendants of Caspar Jacobse Hallenbeck. Contact him if you have questions about your Hollenbeck line. He has a home page at THE ROSS FAMILY. Also see The Ancestors of Dawn Gloria Hallenbeck.
James and Martha Taylor's Home Page at Family Tree Maker: Descendants of Caspar Jacobse Hallenbeck.
The Family Page of the decendents of Charles Hosmer Hollenbeck (1856-1924)
Other Genealogy Pages of Mine
Klöpfer, Kloepfer, and Kleopfer
HALLs and HENNINGs of Ireland
- A Pioneer
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