An American Family History

The Hullinger Family


xDaniel Hullinger was born in Lancaster County Pennsylvania on March 12 1757.

He was the son of Christian Hullinger

He was a teamster in the Continental Army and was discharged as First Lieutenant.

After the war he went to Shenandoah County, Virginia.

He married Ann Shockey, who was born on December 6, 1767.

Christopher Hullinger (1785, married Mary Crabb),
Jacob Hullinger (1788),
 Valentine Hullinger (1793, married Elizabeth Maggart)
 John Hullinger (1795)
 Abraham Hullinger (1801)
 Nancy Hullinger Maggart (1803, married Reuben Maggart)
 Mary Hullinger McIntire (1808)

They moved to Champaign County, Ohio, about 1788.

Ann died August 20, 1836 and Daniel died in 1839. They are buried in Rector Cemetery.


Christopher Hullinger was born in Virginia in 1785.

He married Mary Crabb.

They had eleven children:
Daniel Hullinger,
James C. Hullinger,
Jacob Hullinger(),
Jeremiah Hullinger,
John Hullinger (1817, married Rebecca Branstetter),
Nancy Hullinger (married William Stevenson),
Margaret Hullinger (married Isaac Shannon),
Harriet Hullinger (married Daniel Hill),
Priscilla Hullinger(married John Bayliff),
Elizabeth Hullinger (), and
Charles Hullinger ().




from the History of Allen County, Ohio

... Christopher and Mary (Crabb) Hullinger, who settled in Auglaize Township, this county, in 1840, and there lived and died. Natives of Virginia, they came to Ross County, Ohio, while it was a territory.

They had eleven children:
James C.,
Jacob (deceased),
Nancy (Mrs. William Stevenson),
Margaret (Mrs. Isaac Shannon),
Harriet (Mrs. Daniel Hill),
Priscilla (Mrs. John Bayliff),
Elizabeth (deceased), and
Charles (deceased).



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