HOLLER, Henry F., deputy prothonotary of Dauphin county, was born at New Market, York county, Pa., September 10, 1860, son of Charles and Rebecca (Mathias) Holler. His parents settled in Hummelstown in 1876, and the father engaged in the coal, wood and feed business, which he is still conducting. Their children are: Sarah, Henry F., Charles I., William H., and LeRoy O. The father is a Republican in politics and has been a school director for three terms. The family attend the U. B. church. Henry F. removed with his parents, when he was ten years old, to Dauphin county, and was educated in the public schools of Hummelstown. He was engaged with his father in business until the spring of 1888, at which time he was appointed deputy prothonotary of Dauphin county, and took up his duties at Harrisburg. Mr. Holler is a member of Hummelstown Lodge, No. 40, United American Mechanics. He is a Republican in politics, and attends the U. B. Church.
Historical Review of Dauphin County
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Date of Transcription: 13 Nov. 2000
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