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Obituary of Phoebe Ann Doran Holler and spouse James Mason Holler

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Protection Press
March 11, 1915

Obituary

Phoebe Ann Doran was born in New Brunswick, February 22, 1847.  She died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roy German, at Coldwater, March 4, 1915, at the advanced age of 68 years and 10 days.

She moved with her parents to Illinois in 1849.  There she was married to J.M. Holler on February 2, 1868.  Seven children were born to this union, six are left with their father to mourn the loss of a loving wife and mother.

In 1912 they moved to Protection where they have since made their home.  Mrs. Holler joined the Methodist church in 1880, and remained a true and faithful worker for Christ.  She was a devoted wife, a loving mother, and a good community worker.  The funeral was held Saturday at two o’clock from the Methodist church, Rev. Shields officiating.  Interment was in the Protection cemetery.

She leaves a host of friends to mourn the loss of a good woman, one who could always be looked to as an example of a true Christian.  She was a lover of young folds, and many of her spare moments were used in comforting them.  May she rest in peace.

 

The Protection Post
October 18, 1928

J. M. HOLLER DIES SATURDAY EVENING

J. M. (Grandpa) Holler, prominent resident of the Collier Flats neighborhood died at the home of this daughter, Mrs. Roy German, in Protection, Saturday evening, October 13, at 7:00 o’clock.

While Mr. Holler had been in failing and delicate health for several months his immediate and fatal illness had been for only a few weeks duration.

Mr. Holler was advanced in years, being at the time of his death over 81 years of age.

He was an early day settler in Lyons county, Kansas, and one of the early settlers in Harper county, Okla.

Mr. Holler had devoted his life in major jortion to farming or merchandising, in both Kanses and Oklahoma.

He was a man of quiet and unassuming character and habits but of sterling qualities of manhood.

In his home life and by his children and his grandchildren he was dearly loved and reverenced and Grandpa’s wishes were ever tenderly cared for and obeyed.

Mr. Holler was scrupulous in his business dealings and as a neighbor and personal friend highly regarded and esteemed.

In his more active years, he was prominent in the affairs of his community and always had a kindly word and enjoyed the society of the younger folks of his immediate family and neighborhood.

He had been a member of the Odd-fellows at Buffalo, Oklahoma since 1909 and until later years and age had prevented, always took an active interest in the affairs of the order.

Since his early manhood he had been a consistent Christian, affiliating with the Methodist Episcopal Church.

Mr. Holler had made the Collier Flats neighborhood his home since 1912, and has a host of neighbors who had grown to esteem him and his loss will be poignantly felt by his friends and family.

Mr. Holler is survived by six children; two daughters, Mrs. Roy German of Protection, and Mrs. Margaret Strohmeyer of White Deer, Texas; and 4 sons, the Messrs.  Charles, Boyd and Will Holler of Protection and R.M. Holler of Ashland, Kansas; 36 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren.

Funeral services conducted by his friend of 40 years standing and his former paster when he lived at Chase, Kansas, Rev. J.B. Handy of Coldwater, Kansas, assisted by the Rev. Walter H. Dellinger, pastor of the local M. E. Church, was held from the Protection Methodist Church, Monday, October 15, 1928, at 2:00 p.m.

The services were attended by the members of Buffalo, Okla., Lodge No. 286, I.O.O.F. of which Mr. Holler was a member and by members of Protection Lodge No. 419, I.O.O.F.

E.G. Tharp, Clay Woolfolk, Clarence Condra, H.O. Bauers, M.L. Webster and Willis Bratcher were the active pall bearers and interment was in the local cemetery by the side of his deceased wife.

The Peacock Mortuary of Protection were in charge.

Obituaries provided by the wonderful people at the Protection Township Library

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Written by Michael S. Doran

May 17, 2011 at 6:00 pm

Jane Rebecca Holler, daughter of of Phoebe Ann Doran and James Mason Holler, and her family

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Wedding picture of Roy Chetwyn German & Jane Rebecca Holler

 

Roy Chetwyn German, Jane Rebecca Holler & kids

  

Golden Anniversary Announcement of Roy Chetwyn German & Jane Rebecca Holler

 

Roy Chetwyn German & Jane Rebecca Holler 50th Anniversary

 

Funeral Announcement of Roy Chetwyn German

 

Written by Michael S. Doran

March 4, 2011 at 9:35 am

Robert Milo Holler, son of Phoebe Ann Doran and James Mason Holler, and his family

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Robert Milo Holler - Son of James Mason Holler & Phoebe Ann Doran

 

Wedding picture of Robert Milo Holler & Pearl Marguerite Shuman

 

Robert Milo Holler & Pearl Marguerite Shuman at home in Ashland, Clark County, Kansas, USA

 
 

Loyal, Wesley, Edna Beth & Cora Holler

 

Written by Michael S. Doran

March 4, 2011 at 9:20 am

Descendants of Phoebe Ann Doran Holler

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•Name: Phebe Ann Doran
•Birth: 22 FEB 1847 in Fredericton Junction, Sunbury, New Brunswick, Canada
•Death: 4 MAR 1915 in Protection, Comanche County, Kansas, USA
•Burial: Protection Cemetery, Protection, Comanche County, Kansas, USA

Marriage 1 James Mason Holler b: 1 FEB 1847 in Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
•Married: 2 FEB 1868 in Marshall County, Illinois, USA

Children
1. Charles Holler b: 5 SEP 1868
2. Jane Rebecca Holler b: 27 JAN 1871 in Sparland, Marshall County, Illinois, USA
3. John William Holler b: 4 MAR 1874 in Sparland, Marshall County, Illinois, USA
4. Edward Boyd Holler b: 9 SEP 1876
5. Ella Margaret Holler b: 15 FEB 1878
6. Mary Elizabeth Holler b: 12 JUN 1881
7. Robert Milo Holler b: 6 SEP 1885

Written by Michael S. Doran

January 13, 2011 at 7:39 pm

Children of James Doran and Mary Rebecca Maxwell Doran

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1 James Doran b: 6 FEB 1806 d: 24 OCT 1893
+ Mary Rebecca Maxwell b: 13 JUL 1801 d: 1 NOV 1897

2 Mary Jane Doran b: 13 JUL 1829 d: 12 DEC 1919
2 John Doran b: 19 MAR 1830 d: 9 MAR 1897
2 Edward James Doran b: 3 FEB 1833 d: 3 MAY 1911
2 William Doran b: 8 MAY 1835 d: 1913
2 Margaret Doran b: 26 MAR 1837 d: 23 OCT 1933
2 Thomas Alexander Doran b: 22 APR 1839 d: 4 MAY 1923
2 Willmina Doran b: 5 JUL 1841 d: 24 MAY 1932
2 Robert Doran b: 7 MAR 1844 d: 25 FEB 1926
2 Andrew Doran b: 7 MAR 1844 d: 26 AUG 1864
2 Phoebe Ann Doran b: 22 FEB 1847 d: 4 MAR 1915

9 of 10 Children of James Doran and Mary Rebecca Maxwell Doran 1890

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Top row: Thomas, Edward, Willmina, Robert and Margaret

Bottom row: William, Mary Jane, John and Phoebe Ann

Phoebe Ann Doran Holler

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Written by Michael S. Doran

September 26, 2010 at 11:43 pm