The surname Hoilman was first found in the region of Frankfurt, Mainz and Worms, in the state of Hessen or what was formerly Hessen, where this name was mainly concentrated during the Middle Ages. Written records of the surname Hoilman date back to the fourteenth century; Heile Bule is recorded as living in Frankfurt in 1343, Heilman Breithoubt is documented in Mainz in the year 1350, Heylo Herden was born in Worms in 1365, and Heilman Ditmars was found in Breslau in 1352.
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Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Georg Thomas Heil who settled in Pennsylvania in 1739 at the age of 35; with his wife Susanna and their five children. Gottfried Heil went to Quebec in 1778 when he was 30.