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Holman , Hermann Hinrich !Charles

männlich 1842 - 1910  (67 Jahre)


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  • Name Holman , Hermann Hinrich !Charles 
    Geboren 24 Feb 1842  Hockensberg / Döt., Dötlingen, OL., NI, D Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort 
    Getauft 20 Mrz 1842  Dötlingen / Döt., Dötlingen, OL., NI, D Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort 
    Geschlecht männlich 
    Auswanderung 1862  New York City, NY, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort 
    Biographie 1842-1910  [1
    Begraben Feb 1910  Stockton, San Joaquin, CA, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  [2
    Stelle: Stockton Rural Cemetery 
    Gestorben 6 Feb 1910  Stockton, San Joaquin, CA, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort 
    Nachrufe 7 Feb 1910  San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  [3
    Religion LU 
    Personen-Kennung I23937  OGF Auswanderer
    Zuletzt bearbeitet am 22 Sep 2014 

    Vater Haasche, Hinrich,   geb. 26 Sep 1787, Harpstedt / Hps., SG Harpstedt, OL., NI, D Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort,   gest. 7 Dez 1847, Dötlingen / Döt., Dötlingen, OL., NI, D Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  (Alter 60 Jahre) 
    Mutter Hollmann, Gesina Margareta,   geb. 6 Nov 1802, Geveshausen / Döt., Dötlingen, OL., NI, D Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort,   gest. 31 Mrz 1854, Dötlingen / Döt., Dötlingen, OL., NI, D Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  (Alter 51 Jahre) 
    Verheiratet 27 Feb 1835  Dötlingen / Döt., Dötlingen, OL., NI, D Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  [4
    Familien-Kennung F3184  Familienblatt  |  Familientafel

    Familie Grupe, Harriet,   geb. 12 Nov 1853, ..., San Joaquin, CA, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort,   gest. 22 Jan 1942, Stockton, San Joaquin, CA, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  (Alter 88 Jahre) 
    Verheiratet 13 Sep 1875  CA, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort 
    Kinder 
     1. Holman, Charles Frances,   geb. 16 Sep 1877, CA, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort,   gest. 10 Dez 1966, Stockton, San Joaquin, CA, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  (Alter 89 Jahre)
     2. Holman, George Alexander,   geb. 4 Mai 1879, CA, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort,   gest. 10 Feb 1945, Stockton, San Joaquin, CA, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  (Alter 65 Jahre)
     3. Holman, Leland Herman,   geb. 31 Mrz 1885, CA, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort,   gest. 1936, Stockton, San Joaquin, CA, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  (Alter 50 Jahre)
     4. Holman, Hattie,   geb. Feb 1896, CA, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort
    Zuletzt bearbeitet am 22 Sep 2014 
    Familien-Kennung F3198  Familienblatt  |  Familientafel

  • Ereignis-Karte
    Link zu Google MapsGeboren - 24 Feb 1842 - Hockensberg / Döt., Dötlingen, OL., NI, D Link zu Google Earth
    Link zu Google MapsGetauft - 20 Mrz 1842 - Dötlingen / Döt., Dötlingen, OL., NI, D Link zu Google Earth
    Link zu Google MapsAuswanderung - 1862 - New York City, NY, USA Link zu Google Earth
    Link zu Google MapsVerheiratet - 13 Sep 1875 - CA, USA Link zu Google Earth
    Link zu Google MapsBegraben - Stelle: Stockton Rural Cemetery - Feb 1910 - Stockton, San Joaquin, CA, USA Link zu Google Earth
    Link zu Google MapsGestorben - 6 Feb 1910 - Stockton, San Joaquin, CA, USA Link zu Google Earth
    Link zu Google MapsNachrufe - 7 Feb 1910 - San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, USA Link zu Google Earth
     = Link zu Google Earth 
    Pin-Bedeutungen  : Adresse       : Ortsteil       : Ort       : Region       : (Bundes-)Staat/-Land       : Land       : Nicht festgelegt

  • Quellen 
    1. [S21654] http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~npmelton/sjbholm.htm.
      HERMAN CHARLES HOLMAN
      H. C. HOLMAN, proprietor of the United States Hotel, Stockton, one of the most popular landlords of the city, first engaged in the hotel business here in 1871, when, in conjunction with Charles Schmieder, he bought the Columbia House. They conducted it until 1873, when they took charge of the old Pacific House and named it the United States Hotel. It has a prominent place in the early history of the city. The original building was partly constructed from lumber that had been brought around Cape Horn. One of the early proprietors, known as “Uncle Billy,” was a well-known figure in his time. A Mr. Freeman, since deceased, was a later proprietor, and after him was Henry Lewis, now of Modesto. In February, 1873, Messrs. Holman and Schmieder took charge and changed the name to its present style. The partnership continued about eight years, when Mr. Holman bought his partner’s interest, and has since been the sole proprietor. On the 30th of October, 1879, Mr. Holman purchased the building and property from John B. Nye, paying $10,000. On the 20th of August, 1881, the structure was destroyed by fire, being a total loss. There was but $3,000 insurance on the building, and none on the furniture. Mr. Holman did not allow his heavy loss to crush his spirit, but at once set about rebuilding. As a result of his enterprise the present handsome and commodious structure, corner of Center and Market streets, known as the United States Hotel, was thrown open to the public on the 4th of March, 1882. There are about eighty rooms; and in this particular, as in that other essential, the table, the house enjoys and deserves a high reputation.
      The proprietor, Mr. H. C. Holman, is a native of Germany, born at Dötlingen, Oldenburg, February 24, 1843, his parents being Henry and Katharine Holman. When he was six years of age he lost his father by death, and six years later, by the death of his mother, he was left totally an orphan. He attended school between the ages of six and fourteen years, and thereafter was engaged at farm work as long as he remained in his native country.
      In 1862, taking passage on a sailing vessel, he emigrated to the United States, landing at New York. Thence he proceeded to Chicago and found employment in a flouring mill on Clark street. In the spring of 1864 he went to Peoria, Illinois, and there joined a party destined for California. Crossing the Mississippi river at Burlington and the Missouri at Council Bluffs, they proceeded by way of Fort Kearney and Laramie, Salt Lake City, and the Sink of the Humboldt to California. The trip was a pleasant one in most respects, though, as the season was a dry one, some delay was necessitated for the purpose of recruiting stock. On bringing up at Mokelumne Hill, Mr. Holman turned his attention to mining for a time, but gave up that occupation to enter the service of the country of his adoption. He enlisted in Company E, Seventh California Volunteers, for three years or during the war. The command assembled at the presidio, and after drilling for a time there they were sent to Arizona, to fight Indians. By this arrangement Mr. Holman saw considerable active service, returning when the trouble was over, from Tucson to the presidio, where he was discharged in June, 1865, after a service of about eighteen months.
      For the succeeding three years Mr. Holman followed agricultural pursuits on a farm about three miles from Waterloo, in this county, and then embarked in the hotel business in Stockton, as already mentioned. His success since that time show his fitness for the position of landlord--one of the most difficult to fulfill known to the business world.
      He was married September 13, 1876, to Miss Hattie Grupe, daughter of J. Carsten Grupe, a prominent pioneer who, though now deceased, is properly remembered in an extended mention elsewhere in this volume. Mr. and Mrs. Holman have three children - Charles Francis, George Alexander and Lelabd Hermann. Mr. Holman is a member of Stockton Lodge, No. 11, I. O. O. F., and is a trustee of Parker Encampment; is also a member of the Stockton Turn-Verein, and of Rawlins Post, No. 23, G. A. R. Concerning national issues he is a Republican. Mr. Holman is a pleasant, affable gentleman, having a host of friends among the citizens of the county and the traveling public.

    2. [S6148] www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=59076468.

    3. [S21315] www.chroniclingamerica.loc.gov, http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85066387/1910-02-07/ed-1/seq-5/.
      C.H. Holman, Pioneer Stockton Hotelman, Who Passed away
      STOCKTON LOSES WELL KNOWN MAN
      C. H. Holman Is Called by Death After Illness of Several Weeks
      [Special Dispatch to The Call] STOCKTON, Feb. 6. — C. H. Holman, pioneer hotelman of this city, is dead. He passed away today at his home, corner Oak. and San Joaquin streets, after an illness lasting several weeks. The end had been expected for the last three or four days. The dead man was one of Stockton's well known citizens. He first engaged in the hotel business here in 1871, when, in conjunction with Charles Schneider, he bought the Columbia house. They conducted it until 1873, when they took charge of the old Pacific house and named it the United States hotel. The original building was partly constructed from lumber brought around the Horn. They remained partners until 1879, when Holman purchased the building and property from John B. Nye for $10,000. August 20. 1881, the building was destroyed by fire. -Holman then erected a three story brick building, which was for years Stockton's best hotel.
      Holman was a native of Germany, born in Dotlingen, Oldenburg, February 24, 1843. He was left an orphan when 12 years old. He came to America in 1862 and went from New York to Chicago and then to Peoria, Ill., where he joined a party destined for California. He engaged in mining at Mokelumne Hill. He enlisted in Company E. Seventh California volunteers, and went to Arizona to fight the Indians. After 18 months' service he returned and took up farming at Waterloo. He married Miss Hattie Grupe September 13, 1875, and three children resulted from the union —Charles Francis, George Alexander andl Leland [so im Original] Herman Holman.
      Holman was a member of Stockton lodge No. 11, I. O. O. F., a former trustee of Parker encampment and also held membership in the Stockton turn verein and Rawlins post No. 23, G. A. R. He was a republican in politics and served for a time on the city board of/education.
      aus: San Francisco Call, 07.02.1910 (mit Foto)


    4. [S20965] Kirchenbuch Dötlingen - Heiraten.