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Re: Henry Holleman (and variant spellings) in VA,NC,ARK early 1800s
Posted by: Ivaleine Kay Cooper (ID *****4900) Date: November 04, 2005 at 18:32:33
In Reply to: Henry Holleman (and variant spellings) in VA,NC,ARK early 1800s by Oberta Slotterbeck Baker of 412


Several years ago one of our Holleman researchers found a gentleman who connected our Henry with two of his brothers. I did not have the family file set up on our site, to reflect this. I have changed it, so you will be able to find the information now. I don't recall right this minute who the source was, but it is in my notes. Henry was born July 24, 1813. There were more children in the family, but the gentleman only gave us the name of two of the brothers. Albert, b. 1820 (m. Tammy,) and Dawson, b. 1810 and married Dilly Wood. Both Albert and Henry named a child Nancy. I only have the name of one of Dawson's children. Neither of these men have a child named Jonathan.

By the way, Lydia Holleman married John F. Avent. He is a descendant of our ancestors, William Avent and Sarah Massey, who are the grandparents of our Elizabeth Cotton. I will try to find my source and send it to you personally.

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