I found a Public Tree "Chathams - Spitzers - Hudsons - Wisners - And Related Families. The tree has pictures of gravestones for John L Holsinger and Elizabeth Holsinger which they attach to Elizabeth "Sheets" Holsinger. The tree has a son David for them, but has him dieing in the Civil War at Cold Harbor. Ancestry records I have found confirm that a David Holsinger from Rockingham, Virginia died at Cold Harbor. I searched a lot on ancestry.com and didn't find any records that were helpful. Rootsweb did not help either. The only idea I have relates to an 1860 census from Shenandoah, Virginia where a David Holsinger age 17 with (presumably) a sister age 15 are in a household whose head was Jacob Good. Perhaps their parents had died keeping us from tracking them with later records. I am going to search some more on the internet, but I doubt it will be helpful. There are many David Holsingers in the Civil War records. Some of the Confederate units with a David Holsinger (besides the one who died) were 58th Militia, 33rd Infantry, 3rd Infantry, 9th Infantry, and 10th Cavalry. I don't remember seeing any David Holsingers in the Union army. Most likely our David fought in the war, but I can't be certain.