BOLLINGER of MISSOURI
Joseph Bollinger in October 1836 married Mary Spencer in Morgan County. They were married by Benjamin Jackson from Miller County (eastern border of Morgan)
1837 purchased land in southeast corner of Morgan County
14 October 1837 with wife Mary sold the tract above
13 June 1838 with wife Mary sold land in Morgan County.
December 1838 purchased land in St. Clair County
sold one parcel (mill) 17 May 1839 with wife Elizabeth Unity
sold another 15 August 1839 with Elizabeth Unity
tombstone: Mary w/o Joseph Bollinger d. 22 Jan.1840, age 23. bd. Hickory County, Missouri b. 21 September 1838; needed guardian in 1857.
Joseph Bollinger Moreau Township, Morgan County, Missouri. (north and east boundaries of county) with Hardin Hix and James Spencer and Woodson Jackson. no wife on 1840 census and 1 male under 5, 1 female under 5. (Mary Spencer’s widower?)
Joseph Bollinger was living Buffalo Township, Morgan County, Missouri (across the river from Henry Bollinger) p. 190. 1 male 30-40, 1 female under 5, 1 female 20–30. Neighbor was Nicholas Coffman.
Samuel b. 1841; needed guardian in 1857.
Elizabeth U. Bollinger d. 13 November 1841; bur. Mose Clark with Missouri Cemetery.
1850 Census Hickory County
Joseph Bollinger age 45. Wife Carmina, William, age 12, born Tennessee, Missouri, age 11, born Missouri, Samuel, age 9, born Missouri, Elizabeth, age 4, born Missouri and Louisiana, age 2, b. Missouri. Millwright.
1860 Camden County, p. 55 was David Bollinger, age 57, farmer, b. Tennessee, worth $40. With him was Nancy age 18, born MO.
Dwelling 400 (Adair Township) William H. Bollinger, 34, farmer, b. Tennessee and Martha, age 22, born Indiana. No children.
Dwelling #404 Lucy Bollinger, [widow of Henry] age 60, born in Pennsylvania, Joseph S. age 29, b. Missouri, Henry G., age 23, born in Missouri, Julia A., age 21 b. Missouri.
Camden Co., Missouri Deeds
Joseph Bollinger to Wm. B. Carpenter Aug. 15, 1877 Book R 6:50
15 August 1877, Joseph Bollinger and his wife Carmiley (who made X) of Camden Co. sold for $200 to William B. Carpenter of Camden the SE of NW and the NE of SW 14-39-18. Wit; S.W. Crocker
H.G. Bollinger selling property in the 1870s. He re-recorded several deeds.
Deed Book 6:324 9 July 1873, Henry G. Bollinger and wife Mary E. of Camden sold James R. Slavens and Julia A. Slavens a parcel of 57 acres in 2-39-18 and another 2 acres.
The justice of the peace was Jas or Jos Bollinger
Deed Book 6:326 partition 25 November 1868 in Camden County Court Henry G. Bollinger vs. minor heirs of George W. Rumley. Real estate was lots 1 and 2 of NW on right bank of Osage of 2 and 3 sections all in Township. 39-Range 18 of Camden. Decided land could not be divided without loss of whole so it was auction and highest bidders were Henry G. and Julia A. Bollinger. LJ. Roach was the sheriff.
Dr. Jacob M. Bollinger of Camden County was the grandson of Jacob and Sarah (Moreland) Bollinger. The grandfather was of German nationality and moved from Tennessee to Illinois and to Camden County in 1833 and finally located in Polk County where he died about 1837. Wright Bollinger, father of Jacob M. was born in E. Tennessee in 1812. Jacob M. spent his childhood in Hickory County Goodspeed’s History of Camden Co, p. 892.
David H Bollinger and his wife Annette E. are buried in the Marlow Community Cemetery, Milam County, Texas. This cemetery has been neatly transcribed and alphabetized by Perry C. Holder in 150 Years of Cemetery Records (Houston, TX: D. Armstrong, c1991), pp 245-247. Four others by the name are in the grouping include one Pete Bollinger (1791-1879) who one would be tempted to link to David H. David, however, is the son of Joseph and Carmina Bollinger (1880 census of Milam County, Texas, p. 221, dwelling #322. No link has been found between Joseph and Pete Bollinger. Then, why are David and Annette in the Marlow Cemetery? They are buried with her mother Artemise W. Worcester (proof of relationship in Milam County, Texas, Deed Book 21:156), who is nearly as far from her daughter Bollinger (alphabetically) as she could be.