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

  • Born before 1490 - estimated Turbenthal, ZH, CH
  • Deceased - Switzerland / Schweiz

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Aus der Chronik der Bollinger von Neubrunn, Seite 29: Glückshafenrodel von 1504 - Freischiessen von Zürich EG 170 1+2 S 355:
Junghans von Turbenthal in Neubrunn zog 1504 mit Bogen an das Zürcher Freischiessen. Das Schützenfest dauerte von 12. August bis zum 16. September 1504. Es war verbunden mit einer Lotterie. Preise gab es im ganzen 28 zu holen, von 50 Gulden bis 1 Gulden. Die Enlage kostete 8 Heller. Über die Einlagen wurde ein Verzeichnis geführt. Auch wurde ein Roldel über die Spieler angelegt, der fast auf 24,000 Namen anschwoll.
Es waren folgende Bollinger am Fest:
Junghans von Neubrunn
Bollinger von Hegöw, von Konstanz, von Bern
Hans Bollinger von Stefan (Stäfa)
Hans Bollinger von Ulm - Büchsenschütze
Hensy, Hensly, Rudj, Jos und Adelheidt Bollinger von Uznach
Note: Junghans in went 1504 with his bow (and arrows) to the Zurich archery contest



-- GEDCOM (INDI) -- 1 BAPL 2 STAT SUBMITTED 3 DATE 10 Feb 2009 1 ENDL 2 STAT SUBMITTED 3 DATE 10 Feb 2009 1 SLGC 2 FAMC @F51@ 2 STAT SUBMITTED 3 DATE 10 Feb 2009

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Hans Bollinger /1440-   Cueny ??    
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Hugen Bollinger /1460-   Els Steinmännin
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Jungshans Bollinger /1490-



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