|Birth: ||Jul. 26, 1898|
|Death: ||Aug. 31, 1957|
The first few years of their married lives they lived in Woodward County Oklahoma. Their two daughters, Eva and Georgia were born there.
By a covered wagon they moved to Montezuma, Kansas. Leaving Montezuma they traveled on to Rio Grande County, Colorado. Their son, Ben was born in the Rio Grande County. Due to the high altitude Georgia couldn't live there.
In their covered wagon they moved to Stevens County Kansas. They lived there from 1919 to 1932.
Jack and Don were born there. Leaving Kansas, they moved back to Baca County, Colorado.
Their son Jimmy was born and Baca County became their permanent home. All of
their moving was made in a covered wagon. Their living was made by farming and raising cattle.
They sold cream and eggs for quick money to live on.
They had the following children.
1.Eva Marie Hollenback
2.Georgia Melissa Hollenback
3.Benjamin Albert Hollenback
4.Arthur D. Hollenback
5.George Earl Hollenback
6.Donald Gene Hollenback
7.Jimmie Franklin Hollenback
Albert Myers Hartley (1859 - 1946)
Eva May Brewer Hartley (1868 - 1936)
George Arthur Hollenback (1894 - 1965)
Eva Marie Hollenback Buatt (1914 - 2007)*
Georgia Melisa Loomis (1916 - 1994)*
Benjamin Albert Hollenback (1918 - 1991)*
Arthur D. Hollenback (1920 - 1990)*
Donald G. Hollenback (1931 - 1977)*
Roy Myers Hartley (1886 - 1960)*
Bessie May Hartley Pettit (1887 - 1946)*
Mattie Leona Hartley Kinyon (1888 - 1956)*
Marie Katherine Hartley Botts (1889 - 1961)*
Geneva Viola Hartley Cunningham (1891 - 1971)*
Hazel Vancie Hartley Gorrell (1892 - 1974)*
Nellie Sadie Hartley Duggins (1894 - 1971)*
Vernon Raymond Hartley (1896 - 1982)*
Myerl Gladys Hartley Hollenback (1898 - 1957)
Glen Albert Hartley (1900 - 1985)*
Albert Glen Hartley (1902 - 1984)*
Created by: June Welsch
Record added: Nov 29, 2009
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