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From: "Willis P. Oliver" <>
Subject: Re: Basil Holland
Date: Tue, 30 Dec 1997 06:30:00 -0600


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>From: "Marion Donaldson" <>
>Subject: Re: Basil Holland
>Date: Mon, 29 Dec 97 22:31:29 PST
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>Maybe you guys can tell me if my message re Basil was received;my mail
>tells me that it was undeliverable so will retype in case.My Basil Holland
>b poss 1755,to Trigg from Laurens Co SC,wife Margaret,will 1825,proved
>1829,lists children John,Elenor(married Benj Wilson),Sarah/Sally(marr
>James Wilson),Richard,James,Rachel(married Denson
>Dees/Deeson),Abraham,Basil2,Nancy and mentions later Jeremiah(poss elder
>son?)Lived lower Donaldson.James and Benj Wilson were s/o John Wilson also
>from SC.James had son Abel Olive Wilson(a Mr Abel Olive from SC also
>connected someway).Abel is buried corner Donaldson and Maple Grove Rd near
>Craigs Branch where Wilsons,etc settled .Somewhere I copied CD or some
>record of one Abraham Holland from Md who had children to SC and had ch
>Rachel,Basil,Wm,Mary,Thos,Resin,Richard,Jeremiah,Sarah;sounds like my
>Basil;his father was listed as Capel.
>Now I see that more than one has answered and to my satisfaction
>encourages my belief in above data I had collected.Interested in further
>Holland conversation with Wayne Langston et al.Marion Donaldson
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>> >Hi Pat,
>> >
>> >I can help with Basil Holland. He was the son of Abraham Holland of
>> >Frederick Co, Md. He was born 18 Jun 1755 d. ca 1829 Trigg Co, Ky.
>> >His wife's name was Margaret and that is all I have on her. I know that
>> >Basil's brothers were in S.C. before they came to Ky because they
>> >married into the Langston family. I hope this helps. Write soon.
>> >
>> >
>> >Wayne
>>
>> Hi Wayne. Thanks for the HOLLAND data. I have a note that Andrew George was
>> married to Sarah Langston. This Andrew was a brother-in-law of Basil
>> Holland. Can you confirm this George-Langston marriage? I suspect it may
>> well be some truth to it as Andrew and Sarah named a son Langston George
>> (also named one Basil George too.)
>>
>> Pat
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>> Pat Oliver
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Pat Oliver

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