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Ancestors of the Doose & Bollinger Families in Canada / Ahnen Forschung der Familien Doose & Bollinger in Kanada

  • Born 19 May 1573 - Neubrunn, ZH, CH
  • Deceased 20 June 1652 - Neubrunn, ZH, CH , age at death: 79 years old

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BIOGRAPHY: von und in Neubrunn, Canton Zürich, CH
Notiz: Die Jahre 1611 und 1629 waren Pestjahre. Dr. H. Läui schreibt im Turbenthaler Geschichtsbuch, daß der Tod in diesen Jahren fürchterlich hauste. Somit erklärt sich zum Teil, daß keine weiteren Nachkommen festgestellt werden konnten (Chronik der Bollinger von Neubrunn, Seite 2).
Notice: 1611 and 1629 where years of the Bubonic Plague. Dr. H. Läui writes in the History Book of the Thurbenthal that death amongst the population was dreadful in these years. This partially explains why no further decendants can be determined (chronic of the Bollingers of Neubrunn, page 2).



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Kleinhans Bollinger /1510-   Anna Würmli    
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Junghans Bollinger 1530-   Margrit Höchling 1536-
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Bonifazius Bollinger 1573-1652



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