Museum the New Llano Colony



George Hullinger

Birth: He was born around 1872 in Pennsylvania.  

Description:  

Pre-Colony History: Came to the colony with his family around 1930 from Pennsylvania.  

Family Information: Married to Annie Hullinger. Father of Melvina (Hullinger) Alred.  

Job in Colony: In 1932 he working as a brick mason, "busy as a beaver with the brick work in the big 150 horse power boiler, and as black as those who work in fire boxes usually get."

In April 1932 the bricklayers under Wes Wright were erecting the boiler wall at the east side of the power plant. George Hullinger and Henry Witt were laying the brick and Albert Wick and Mahler were keeping them supplied with mortar and brick.  

Home in Colony: In 1935 he was living in the Newllano Colony.  

Other Info: In October 1935 he was nominated to be on the Board of Directors, along with (in order of nomination), Robert K. Williams, E.D. Carl, Lester Caves, Crockett Campbell, John Szpila, Harold Emery, Charles Lawrence, Chester Peecher, E.O. Joynes, Chester Page, E.O. Joynes, Chester Page, Horace Cronk, George Hullinger, Walter Robison, "Chauncey" DuProz, Mrs. Olive Lentz, Mrs. Mabel Busick, Lionel Crossland, Charles Derleth, J.H. "Dad" Ribbing and Cy Horney. The meeting also adopted a rule permitting all resident members who had been at the colony more than sixty days to vote in the election, provided too few proxies were received to hold a regular stock holders' meeting.

Less than one fourth the required stock was represented at the Stockholders' meeting, so the colonists proceeded with the election of a new board of directors as planned. Those selected were: Robert K. Williams, E.C. Carl, Lester Caves, Crockett Campbell, Harold Emery, Chester Peecher, E.O. Joynes, Charles Lawrence, and Chester Page. Runners up were Mrs. Mabel Busick, Horace Cronk and John Szpila.

In 1936, was keeping house and nursing his wife who was quite ill.  

Post-Colony History: In 1940 he and Annie were living in a home in the unincorporated New Llano, Louisiana (site of the old colony).  

Death:  

Sources: "Llano Colonist": September 12, 1931, April 16, 1932, April 23, 1932, July 9, 1932, October 12, 1935, February 29, 1936 US Census: 1940