What I know of the Stollar side of my family is as follows:
Peter Earnest m: Roseanne Stollar in 1819
Susanna b. 9-7-1820 d. 11-25-1905
Isaac** b. 12-7-1822 d. 6-11-1890
Jacob L b. 6-26-1826 d. 3-27-1857
Sina b. 7-19-1828 d. 10-8-1905
Henry b. 7-3-1831 d. 11-25-1907
Chatherine b. 1-?-1834 d. 10-18-1893
Mary Jane b. 8-8-1836 d. ?
Christina b. 12-2-1838 d. 2-6-1907
Peter F. b. 6-13-1842 d. ?
Edward b. 12-16-1860 d. ?
*Isaac and 2nd wife Sarah Matilda Clause m: 5-7-1851. They had 12!! children. Their 3rd son George Oliver m. Sarah Margaret Nuss 11-2-1878. They had 8!! children. Their youngest and last son George Melvin m. Velva Howard. Their 2nd son Robert Dale Earnest is my father. Grandpap died 3 yrs ago and Grandma died 2 years ago. I would love some more info on Peter Earnest who married Roseanne Stollar, such as parents,siblings etc.
I know that Roseanne was born in Lancaster Pa. When ?. Her father Andrew was born in Schuylkill County, Pa.(?). He married Rosanna Ealy, daughter of George Ealy. Andrew Rosanna had 7 children. Peter Henry, William, Daniel, Roseanne(who married Peter Earnest), Christina(who married an Isaac Earnest, would like to know if those 2 men are related), Catherine Mary. In 1818 Andrew Stollar with his family, came to Washington County, locating about two(2) miles south of Washington(?). Then they moved to East Finley Township, where they settled in a partially cleared wilderness, about half a mile north of what was later the East Finley Post Office. Mr. Stollar died in 1847. As for Roseanne Stollar Earnest, I don't know when she died but at the date of her death she had 87 grandchildren, 233 great grandchildren, 29 great great grandchildren making a total of 348 in all. Three of her sons seven of her grandsons were in the Union Army during the Civil War. All returned but for 1 grandson Isaac Riggs(Son of oldest child Susanna James Riggs) who was killed while charging a battery near Frederickburg. I hope I have been of some help. I can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jody (Earnest) Colyer