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From: "Willis P. Oliver" <>
Subject: Re: HOLLAND-PAR(R)ENT family
Date: Sun, 28 Dec 1997 20:21:01 -0600

>Date: Sun, 28 Dec 1997 20:19:14 -0600
>From: "Willis P. Oliver" <>
>Subject: Re: HOLLAND-PAR(R)ENT family
>>Hi Pat (and all),
>>I'd be happy to <grin>.
>>Richard HOLLAND (b March 10, 1790/1792 in VA) d. Sept 10, 1835 in Trigg Co.,
>>KY. He's buried outside the fence at the old Baker Cemetery on the Trigg/Lyon
>>Co. line (we found several old stones out there - including his - in the
>>1980's). His mother was Keturah/Kitty _______; I've not been able to find a
>>Richard & Rebecca had 11 known children:
>>1. John Albert Holland b: Nov 22, 1817 in Virginia d: Feb 15, 1877 in
>>Co KY
>> +Minerva Standrod b: Aug 13, 1819 in KY d: Jan 31, 1884 in Trigg
>>Co KY
>> m: Oct 10, 1844 in Trigg Co KY Father: Bazzell/Basdel STANDROD \
>> Mother: Rebecca ROGERS
>>2. Richard M. Holland b: ABT 1818 in Va. d: Jan 8, 1857 in Trigg Co KY
>>3 Edward J. Holland b: ABT 1819 in Va. d: Oct 1869 in Bonham, Fannin Co
>> +Elizabeth Ann Baker b: Apr 14, 1827 in KY d: in Bonham (Fannin
>>Co) TX
>> m: Sep 18, 1845 in Caldwell Co, KY Father: Blake BAKER
>>Mother: Edna
>>4 James M. Holland b: Aug 1822 in VA d: Bef. 1910 in ?Trigg Co KY
>> +Caroline/Carolyn Early b: 1828 in VA d: Bef. 1900 in KY
>> m: Oct 26, 1849 in Caldwell Co KY Father: James EARLY Mother:
>>Pat, I don't know if this will help (or just muddy the water). We do
>>know that
>>one of Rebecca INGE Holland's brothers, Dr. James M. INGE, was in the
>>Trigg Co
>>area (and Bowling Green) for a time, but I've never found evidence of any
>>HOLLAND siblings (or cousins) being there. ...might be because Richard
>>died so
>>soon after moving to KY.
>Thanks Rose-Anne, This is definitely a big help! It clearly establishes
>that there was a distinctly different, VA-based HOLLAND family in south
>Caldwell/north Trigg in the 1830s. From the birth place and date of
>Richard's children, I infer he moved from to Trigg between 1828 and 1833.
>The other HOLLANDs I've looked at, Basil, John and William were all in
>Livingston/Caldwell beginning around 1800 or a little after.
>BTW, did you know that there were a number of related GRAY, OLIVER, DAVIS
>and CUMMINs families from south Caldwell who moved to Bonham, Fannin Co..,
>TX beginning in 1843? Not important, but still interesting. Members of the
>OLIVER and CUMMINS families frequently visited back and forth at least
>through the 1880s.

Pat Oliver

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