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Elenor Coyle Hollibaugh

Elenor Coyle Hollibaugh

Elenor Coyle Hollibaugh, born in 1789 in Westmoreland Co., PA. She was a daughter of Manassah and Isabelle Ewing Coyle. She married Andrew James Hollenbach. Hollenbach eventually changed to Hollibaugh which is what their children use to present day. She died in 1876 in Shenango Twp, Mercer Co., PA.

Do you know more about Elenor Coyle Hollibaugh or where she and her husband are buried? Please let Donna know.

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Burial place of Eleanor Coyle

United Brethern Cemetery (Shenango)
Mercer County
Pennsylvania, USA

Joining DAR through Manassah Coyle

Dear Donna,
My name is Kimberly King and I live in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, currently. I recently found out that we have a Revolutionary War Patriot and I am trying to join the DAR. My line goes back through Eleanor and Manassah Coyle.
I would appreciate any information you would be willing to share with me.
Thank you very much. I am looking forward to hearing from you.
Cordially,
Kimberly King

Manassah Coyle and Isabella Ewing Coyle

What is it you would like to know? lol I have tons of info on this family. Always looking for more! You can find our family tree under Our Hollibaugh family at Ancestry.com Manassah Coyle was a rev. war hero and he fought in several indian wars. He was taken prisoner not once but twice by indians! First time he was in sight of his home and taken all the way back to St. Lawrence River to an island. Where he befriended an indian who helped him and 5 others escape. After traveling 1200 miles in 2 months he made it home! And here we are today as living proof of his tenacity.

You can contact me directly at pwpinnc@aol.com for any information you may need.

Sincerely,
Donna Phillips Hollibaugh

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