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I believe that I have solved the puzzle of who Edmund Holleman was. In 1795, Edmund Holleman, John Holleman, Wilson Holleman, and Elizabeth Holleman sign a deed to sell property in Surry Co., VA. Elizabeth Holleman was probably the mother of the three men above, including Edmund Holleman, who was just a few years younger than Wilson Holleman. Wilson Holleman, Josiah John Holleman, and Edmund Holleman were all enumerated on the Census of Hardin Co., TN in January, 1820. In January, 1825, Josiah John Holleman is granted 25 Acres of land in McNairy Co., TN. In June, 1827, Wilson Holleman is granted 169 1/4 acres of land in McNairy Co., TN. In June 1825, Edmund Holleman is an ensign in the Illinois Militia in Union Co., IL. In 1826, Edmund purchases merchandise at an estate sale in Union Co., IL. The probate records for Edmund Holleman are listed in the court records on 26 Jun 1829.