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Our families started to come to America in 1685. The Harlans came from England and Ireland to Pennsylvania in that year. The Hullingers came from Switzerland in 1735. Our Anderson and Liffengren families came from Norway in the 1800s.
Our families moved west on the frontier with the rest of the country, from Pennsylvania to Ohio to Illinois to Iowa, and finally to South Dakota.
Coat of Arms for Hullinger (316 KB) The Coat of Arms for Holliger to Hullinger, from Switzerland to South Dakota. The silhouete is of Red Hullinger, a real singing cowboy. The rifle and Swiss Halberd depicts the weapons carried by our soldiers. The Dove of Peace shows that peace is superior to war
Hullinger Family Crest (72 KB) The family Coat of Arms reflects the migration of Holligers from Switzerland to Hullingers in South Dakota. The silhouette is of Red Hullinger, a real singing cowboy. The Swiss Halberd and American Rifle reflect the weapons used in peace and war. The Dove of Peace shows that peace is preferable to war.
Memories and Milestones (87 KB) Memories and Milestones was published on the 50th Wedding Annivesary of John Hullinger and Pearl Harlan Hullinger. It describes their lives and what they knew about their ancestry.