The Carson Family

From Washington County, Virginia 
To Rockcastle County, Kentucky
To Jellico, Tennessee
To Davie, Broward County, Florida

 

 

 

James Holman (Holdman, Holeman)
Born: about 1814 in Madison County, Kentucky
Died: about 1886 in Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Kentucky



James Holman (Holdman, Holeman) was born about 1814 in Madison County, Kentucky. He lived in the area of Brodhead and Crab Orchard, Kentucky, which are on the border of three Kentucky counties: Lincoln, Garrard, and Rockcastle. (At one time part of Garrard County was the western part of Madison County.)

On June 4, 1835 in Garrard County, Kentucky, James Holman was married to Martha Ramsey, the daughter of Alexander Ramsey, by Baptist minister Benjamin Polston

 

 

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I have been unable to find the parents of James Holman (born about 1814 in Madison County, Kentucky) in or around Madison County. The Holeman/Holman Newsletter shows just one Holman family in Madison County - Joseph Holeman, a son of Thomas Holeman of Wilkes County, North Carolina (d. ca 1798). There are two men named Daniel Holman in Madison County. 

One of them is the Daniel Holman who married Rebecca Johnson

The other Daniel Holeman in Madison County married Rebecca Elkins on Jun 14, 1809 in Madison County, Kentucky. This Daniel Holeman may be the son of Joseph Holeman, a son of Thomas Holeman of Wilkes County, North Carolina (d. ca 1798).

 

 

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Counties of
MORGAN, MONROE & BROWN, INDIANA
Historical and Biographical.
CHARLES BLANCHARD, Editor.
CHICAGO: F. A. BATTEY & CO., PUBLLSHERS.
1884.


Page 257
Jackson Township and Morgantown - Biographical Sketches
GEORGE M. MONTGOMERY, hardware merchant at Morgantown, is a native of Johnson County, Indiana, and is the second child of his parents, Duncan and Lillis (Holman) Montgomery, the former a native of Scotland, the latter of Indiana.
[Note: Lillis Holeman (1834-1877) is the daughter of Aaron Holeman, and granddaughter of Isaac Hardy Holeman (1757-1843)]

Pages 360-361
Green Township - Biographical Sketches
SARAH RADCLIFF, widow of John Radcliff was born in Madison County, Kentucky, on April 1, 1824, and is a daughter of Daniel
and Rebecca (Johnson) Holman
, natives of Virginia. Daniel Holman was married in Virginia in an early day, and then moved to Kentucky,
where he died. Mrs. Holman afterward moved to this county, and died here. Their children were Alfred, Joel, Abel, Harden, James, Harrison,
Tarleton, Jackson, Madison, Perlina, Parmelia, Amanda, Minerva and Sarah. Sarah Holman, our subject, was married in Anderson County,
Ky., on August 15, 1844, to Edward J. Rice. The couple settled in Mercer County, Ky., and in 1848 came to Morgan County, Ind. , where
Mr. Rice died November 18, 1867. In 1869, Mrs. Sarah Rice married John Radcliff, who died on January 25, 1879. She owns 175 acres of
very fine land. Mrs. R. has no family.

Pages 738 & 739
History of Brown County
POLL TAX PAYERS OF 1848.
...W. P. Holman...
The heaviest tax payers were:... W. P. Holtman, $7.53...
[Note: William Patrick Holeman is the son of Moses Holeman, and grandson of Isaac Hardy Holeman (1757-1843)]

Page 741
History of Brown County
Hamblen Township
ENTRIES OF LAND.
Township 9 north. Range 3 east; Section 4 ... Isaac Holman, 1839 ...

[Note: Holman Johnson, born 1819 in Kentucky, was in the 1850 census for Brown Twp., Morgan Co., Indiana. Holman Johnson was the grandson of Isaac Johnson (1745-1814) and Elizabeth Holeman (the daughter of Isaac Holeman, died 1808).]

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Notes on the Daniel Holman who married Rebecca Johnson from the above article:

* Daniel Holeman born Virginia
* Daniel married Rebecca Johnson (born Virginia) in Virginia
* Children: Alfred, Joel, Abel, Harden, James, Harrison,Tarleton, Jackson, Madison, Perlina, Parmelia, Amanda, Minerva, and Sarah.
[Note: Daniel Holman (and his wife Rebecca Johnson) and James Holman, born about 1814 in Madison Co., Kentucky, (and his wife Martha "Patsy" Ramsey) used the same names for some of their children: James, Madison, Amanda, and Sarah.] 
* daughter Sarah born Madison Co., Ky on April 1, 1824
* daughter Sarah married Edward J. Rice in Anderson County August 15, 1844
* daughter Sarah and Edward J. Rice settled in Mercer County, Ky., and in 1848 went to Morgan County, Ind.
* Daniel died in Kentucky
* Rebecca (Johnson) Holman died in Morgan Co., Indiana

[Morgan County is divided into 14 Civil Townships, including Green. First settled in 1822. By 1849, it contained a population of about 600.]

 

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Some Holman family researchers believe that the Daniel Holman who married Rebecca Johnson is a son of Isaac Hardy Holeman (1757-1843) and his first wife Catherine Wilcoxson. (I have found no documentation to support this.)

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Info from 1931 - 1934 letters from the US Pension Agency regarding Isaac Hardy Holeman (son of Isaac, died 1808)

* Isaac Holeman of Rowan County, North Carolina
* Soldier in War of the Revolution. North Carolina troops
** Capt Samuel Reed's Company
** Capt Richie Grimes' Company
* Pension Claim file W. 4235
* Born March 20, 1757 (Place of birth not given. Names of parents not given)
* Relocated from NC in 1799 to Woodford Co., Ky.
* Relocated to Clark Co., Indiana about 1800.
* Married Sept 9, 1804 in Rowan Co., NC to Lillie or Lillis Mitchell.
* May 20, 1834 received pension in Utica Twp., Clark County, Indiana.
* Died April 5, 1843 in Clark Co., Indiana
* Lillie or Lillis (Mitchell) Holeman received pension in Clark Co., Indiana March 31,1853, age 77 (Place of birth not given. Names of parents not given)
* In 1863 Lillie or Lillis (Mitchell) Holeman was still a resident of Clark County, Indiana.
* No reference to children
** 1853 Andrew M Holman was resident of Clark County, Indiana. (along with James Scott, signed affidavit supporting pension claim of Lillie or Lillis (Mitchell) Holeman)
** 1863 Vina Holman was resident of Clark County, Indiana. (along with William H Snider (?), signed affidavit supporting pension claim of Lillie or Lillis (Mitchell) Holeman)

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Notes from
The ancestry of Grafton Johnson : with its four branches, the Johnson, the Holman, the Keen, the Morris
by Knobe, Damaris
Pages 108 - 111
Isaac Holeman, born 1757 (son of Isaac, died 1808)
* Fought in Rev War (Cowan's Ford and Guilford Courthouse)
* Married first in NC and had ten children:
** Rachael married Prather
** Elizabrth married Rowland
** Eda married Prather
** Isaac
** William
** Polly married Jacobs
** Aaron
** Moses (1794 - 1875) married first Rebecca Pactrick, second Mary Ann Veatch
** Catherine married Jerry Patrick
** Mahala married Jacob Lentz
* Married second Lillas Mitchell in 1804 in Rowan County, North Carolina and had two children:
** Andrew Mitchell Holeman (1809 - 1863) married Levina Bowman
** Matilda Holeman married John Patrick
* Relocated in 1799 to Woodford County, Kentucky (followed his brother, Daniel, and his sister, Elizabeth (Holman) Johnson to Kentucky) 
* Relocated in 1800 to Clark County, Indiana (250 acres land grant).
* Three sons by first marriage (Moses, Isaac, and Aaron) eventually settled in Johnson County, Indiana.
* Son: Andrew Mitchell Holeman. Grandson: Andrew Jackson Holeman

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Clark County lies on the north bank of the Ohio River. Clark County's settlement began in 1783. The state of Virginia rewarded General George Rogers Clark and his regiment for their victorious capture of Forts Kaskaskia, Cahokia, and Vincennes from the British by granting them 150,000 acres of land. A small portion of this land, 1,000 acres became known as Clarksville, the first authorized American settlement in the Northwest Territory, founded the next year in 1784.

On the south side of the Ohio River is Jefferson County, Kentucky which was organized in 1780 and one of the first three counties formed out of the original Kentucky County (part of Virginia).

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Notes on Daniel Holman and his wife Rebecca Johnson from the census:

* Daniel Holman in Madison County, Kentucky: 1808 tax list; 1810 census; 1820 census; 1830 census.

* 1840 census for Anderson County, Kentucky. Daniel Holeman: Males - 10 thru 14: one; Males - 50 thru 59: one; Females - 15 thru 19: one; Females - 50 thru 59: one.
On the next line is Asa Thacker: Males - 20 thru 29: one; Females - 20 thru 29: one. Is this Amanda Holeman and her husband, Asa Thacker?

* 1850 census for District 3, Hardin County, Kentucky. Daniel Holeman, age 75, born in Virginia, is living with his daughter "Mary Wortham" age 43, born in Kentucky, the widow of John Hackley Wortham (1807-1843).
Also in the household were: Ellen, age 31; Harrison, age 30; and John, age 12, children of John Hackley Wortham (1807-1843) and his first wife, Mary Ann Grundy.
Daniel Holman was a slaveowner (twenty-year old female)

* 1850 census for Anderson County, Kentucky. Rebecca Holeman, age 60, born in Virginia, is living with her daughter Amanda Holeman, age 32, born in Kentucky, the widow of Asa Thacker (married March 16, 1840 in Coahoma County, Mississippi); and Amanda's three children: Sarah, age 8; James L, age 6; and Parmelia, age 4.

* 1860 census for District 2, Hardin County, Kentucky. Daniel Holman, age 86, is living with his son Harrison Holeman, age 45; Harrison's second wife, Catharine Neff, age 33; William B Shipley, age 11, Catherine's son from a previous marriage; three children by 
Harrison and Catherine: Susan M, Sarah E, and Thersa C; "Mary Wortham" age 58 (daughter of Daniel and sister of Harrison); and Therissa Smithe, age 22.
(Their neighbor was the household of William Woodring, age 56, born in Kentucky. In this household was John H Wortham, age 23, the stepson of "Mary Wortham". John H Wortham would later marry Rosa Woodring, the daughter of William Woodring.)

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Notes on Daniel Holman and his wife Rebecca Johnson from 
Bits and Pieces of Hardin County History
A Publication of Hardin County Historical Society
Mary Jo Jones, Editor
Vol XXI No. 1 Spring 2002 

Blue Ball Baptist Church:
* In 1849 Daniel Holman sold 2-1/4 acres of land to church trustee for one dollar.
* Church was organized at the home of Daniel Holman on June 20, 1849.
* Charter members: Daniel Holman; Francis Hill; Henry Willyard; Robert Nall; Elizabeth Nall; Mary E Nall; Daniel W Nall; Harrison Holman; Isaac Richardson; Mary Wortham; James Holman; Lucy Holman; Lucy Hobbs; Martin S Hill; Mildrew Hill; Nancy Hicks; Jacob Woodring; Thomas Morrison; Lucinda Morrison; William Hicks; Leticia Richardson; Ellen Holman; Thomas H Thomas; and William Tarpley.

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Holmans in the Blue Ball Baptist Cemetery in Rineyville, Hardin County, Kentucky:

Holman, Ada Ann, b. 29 ?? 1846, d. ?? ?? ??, daug. of T.J. & L. Holman
Holman, Amanda J., b. 1843, d. 1922, his wife, s/w James W. Holman
Holman, Bryant W., b. 26 Apr 1856, d. 26 May 1920, s/w Naomi Holman
Holman, Catharine E., b. 10 Sep 1827, d. 8 Dec 1891, wife of H. Holman
Holman, Charlie, b. 22 Jul 1878, d. 26 Mar 1948, Father, s/w Lillie Holman
Holman, Clyde, b. 1923, d. 1930, son, s/w Lucy C. Holman & Siley Holman
Holman, Fannie, b. 26 Feb 1883, d. 30 Dec 1904, daug. of W. & N. Holman
Holman, Harrison, b. 16 Feb 1814, d. 19 Jan 1886, husband of Catharine Holman
Holman, James W., b. 1847, d. 1915, s/w Amanda J. Holman
Holman, Lillie, b. 16 Jun 1886, d. 24 Nov 1945, Mother, s/w Charlie Holman
Holman, Lucy C., b. 1884, d. 1923, wife, s/w Clyde Holman & Siley Holman
Holman, Lucy, b. 9 Apr 1824, d. 27 Jun 1876, 52y 2m 18d, wife of T. J. Holman
Holman, Naomi, b. 24 Aug 1856, d. 14 May 1936, s/w Bryant W. Holman
Holman, Siley, b. 1879, d. 1957, husband, s/w Clyde Holman & Lucy C. Holman
Holman, Thomas J., d. 12 Nov 1873, 71 years
Holman, Tomma, b. 16 Sep 1891, d. 18 Jan 1896, son of W. & N. Holman
??, William B, b. 27 Feb 1849, d. 27 Jul 1865, age: 16y, 5m, son of ?? & stepson of Harrison Holman

 

 

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Information on children of Daniel Holman and his wife Rebecca Johnson

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Sarah Holeman, born April 1, 1824 in Madison County, Kentucky

Sarah Holman (age 24, born Kentucky) and her husband Edward J Rice (age 33, born Kentucky) are in the 1850 census for Anderson County, Kentucky. Also in the household is William Baker (age 6) Edward's nephew, son of Elizabeth Rice (1818 - 1882) who married Lafayette Baker.

Sarah Holman (age 35, born Kentucky) and her husband Edward J Rice (age 43, born Kentucky) are in the 1860 census for Washington, Morgan County, Indiana.

[Note: Edward J Rice died Nov 18, 1867 in Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana.]

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Amanda Holeman born about 1818 in Kentucky

Amanda Holman married Asa Thacker March 16, 1840 in Coahoma County, Mississippi
[Note: Coahoma County was established February 9, 1836 (out of the Chickasaw Nation's territory) and is located in the northwestern part of the state along the Mississippi River.]

In the 1840 census for Anderson County, Kentucky, Amanda Holeman and her husband, Asa Thacker were living near her father Daniel Holeman.

In Feb 1847, the estate of Asa Thacker was probated in Anderson County, Kentucky.

In the 1850 census for Anderson County, Kentucky, the widow Amanda (Holeman) Thacker and her three minor children were living with her mother, Rebecca (Johnson) Holeman (age 60, born in Virginia).

Amanda (Holeman) Thacker married John Butterfield July 5, 1859 in Morgan County, Indiana.

In the 1860 census for Clay, Morgan County, Indiana, Amanda (Holeman) Butterfield and her three children (by Asa Thacker) were living with her new husband John Butterfield (age 80, born in New Hampshire) and a William Butterfield (age 70, born in Vermont).

In the 1870 census for Clay, Morgan County, Indiana, the widow, Amanda (Holeman) Butterfield is living with her daughter, Sarah Thacker (age 28, born in Kentucky) and a John Kitchen (age 21, born in Indiana)

In the 1880 census for Clay, Morgan County, Indiana, Amanda (Holeman) Butterfield is living with her daughter, Parilie (Thacher) Graves (age 39, born Kentucky, widow) and Parilie's two sons.

Amanda (Holeman) Butterfield died Jan 28, 1889 and is buried in the Centerton Cemetery in Morgan County, Indiana.

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Harrison Holeman born Feb 16, 1814 in Kentucky

Harris Holmer was in the 1840 census for Anderson County, Kentucky.
Males - Under 5: one; Males - 20 thru 29: one; Females - 15 thru 19: one

In 1840, Harrison Holeman gave Power of Attorney to his brother Hardin Holemen to collect a loan.
(Garrard County Deed Book N, page 350)

In 1849, Harrison Holman was a charter member of the Blue Ball Baptist Church in Hardin County, Kentucky.

Harrison Holeman (age 30, born Kentucky) was in the 1850 census for Anderson County, Kentucky along with his first wife Anna Hockersmith (age 25, born in Kentucky) and their four minor children.
Their neighbor was Thomas (age 72, born North Carolina) and Jurisha (age 70, born Virginia) Bunton

[Note: The grandson of Capt James Holeman of Henrico County, Virginia, John Holman (1736-1836) married Elizabeth Burton on May 20, 1770 in Goochland County, Virginia. 
After the Revolution, John Holman (1736-1836) continued to live in Goochland County Virginia for another year [c.1778], then moved to North Carolina for two or three years [c. 1779-1780], then to Powells Valley, Virginia for two years [c. 1781-1782], then to Crab Orchard, Kentucky, where he raised two crops [c. 1783-1784], thence further down in Kentucky, within six or eight miles of Bairdstown, where he resided about seven years [c. 1785-1792], thence twenty miles further on to a place called Rough Creek, where he resided about twelve years [c. 1793-1805], thence lower down to Hartford [state not named, probably also Kentucky]. He lived there eight years [c. 1806-1814], then crossed the Mississippi to Saint Michall [state not named, apparently Missouri, lived there twelve years [c. 1815-1826], thence to Hempstead County, Arkansas, in 1826. Their son, James Burton Holeman (1780-1876) married Rebecca McNeil on Sep 18, 1805 in Hardin County, Kentucky. The mother of Rebecca McNeil, Elizabeth Van Meter, was married three times: John Swan, John Vertrees, and Thomas McNeil.]

Harrison Holeman (divorced) on Nov 9, 1852 in Hardin County married Catherine C Shiply. (Cathrine E Neff, widow of Mr. Shipley, had one son, William B Shipley, born 1849).
[Ancestry.com. Kentucky, Marriage Records, 1852-1914] 

Harrison Holman and Catharine E. Holman on Dec 1, 1852 in Hardin County were witnesses at the marriage of Daniel W. Nall and Miss Lucy Willyard.
["Hardin County, Kentucky Marriages 1851 to 1875" compiled by Carolyn Wimp]

Harrison Holeman (age 45) was in the 1860 census for District 2, Hardin County, Kentucky along with his second wife Catherine E Holeman (age 33); their three daughters; Catherine's son by her first marriage; Harrison's father, Daniel Holman (age 86); Harrison's sister, Mary Wortham (age 58); and a Therissa Smithe (age 22, born Kentucky).
(Their neighbor was the household of William Woodring, age 56, born in Kentucky. In this household was John H Wortham, age 23, the stepson of Mary Wortham. John H Wortham would later marry Rosa Woodring, the daughter of William Woodring.)

Harrison Holeman (age 45, born in Kentucky) was also in the 1860 census for Walnut, Appanoose County, Iowa, living in the household of his brother: Madison Holman (age 30, born in Kentucky); Sarah Holman (age 24, born in Indiana); and William 
Holman (age 10 months, born in Iowa).

Harrison Holman was in the U.S. IRS Tax Assessment Lists for Hardin County, Kentucky for 1865.

Harrison Holeman (age 54, born in Kentucky) was in the 1870 census for Allisons Precinct, Hardin County, Kentucky along with his second wife, Catherine Holeman (age 42, born in Kentucky); their five daughters; and Harrison's sister, Mary Wortham (age 60, born in Kentucky).
Their neighbors were the households of: Thos Holeman (age 66, born Kentucky); and Jas W Holeman (age 22, born in Kentucky).

Harrison Holeman (age 66, born in Kentucky, parents born in Virginia) was in the 1880 census for Allisons Precinct, Hardin County, Kentucky along with his second wife, Catherine E Holeman (age 52, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky); two of their daughters; and Harrison's sister, Mary Wortham (age 79, born in Kentucky, parents born in Virginia).

Blue Ball Baptist Cemetery, Rineyville, Hardin County, Kentucky
Holman, Harrison, b. 16 Feb 1814, d. 19 Jan 1886, husband of Catharine Holman
Holman, Catharine E., b. 10 Sep 1827, d. 8 Dec 1891, wife of H. Holman
??, William B, b. 27 Feb 1849, d. 27 Jul 1865, age: 16y, 5m, son of ?? & stepson of Harrison Holman

Harrison Holman in the Kentucky, Wills and Probate Records, 1774-1989
Name: Harrison Holman
Hardin County Wills, Vol F-G, 1866-1915

[Note: There is another "Harrison Holman" in Kentucky:
Kentucky, Civil War Union Volunteers, 1861-1866
Report of the adjutant general of the state of Kentucky page 130 appendix
Company "B" 125th US Colored Infanty
Harrison Holman private March 16, 1865 Louisville, Ky]

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Harden Holeman, born Jan 26, 1810 in Kentucky

Hardon Holman was in the 1840 census for Lancaster, Garrard County, Kentucky (Male - 20 thru 29). On the same page was: W C Johnson, and William Cook.

In 1840, Harrison Holeman gave Power of Attorney to his brother Hardin Holemen to collect a loan. (Garrard Deed Book N, page 350)

Jackson Holman on Feb 27, 1840 in Shelby County, Kentucky married Nancy Howerton (widow of Stephen Howerton). The minister was J. Hockersmith.
The Bond (#852) for 50 pounds was sighed Jackson Holman and Hardin Halman

Mercer County, Kentucky Marriages (1785 to 1852) by Lucy Kate McGhee (page 73)
Hardin Holeman     Maria S. Bast?     Feb 4, 1842

Hardin Holeman (age 30, born Kentucky, cab maker) was in the 1850 census for North Madison, Jefferson County, Indiana along with his wife Mary L (age 29, born Kentucky) and their four minor daughters.

Hardon Holman (age 48, born Kentucky, carriage maker) was in the 1860 Federal Census Mortality Schedules (District 2, Mercer County, Kentucky)

Hardin Holman (Jan 26, 1810 - April 30, 1860) is buried in the Baker Cemetery (originally in Anderson County, but was moved to its current location in Mercer County, Kentucky) along with some of his wife's family, including his father-in-law, David Bast 
(Dec 31, 1785 - Nov 27, 1856).

Mercer County Wills Index, 1787-1954
Surname First Name     Year     Book     Page     Type 
Holeman Hardin            1860     16         420     Inventory 
Holeman Hardin            1860     16         421     Sale Bill 

Hardin Holeman's widow, Mariah Holmun (Maria S Bast), and her four minor daughters are in the 1860 census for District 2, Mercer County, Kentucky

Mariah Holeman (age 60, born Kentucky) and her daughter Harriett Adaline Holeman are in the 1870 census for Precinct 4, Mercer County, Kentucky

Maria S (Bast) Holeman died May 5, 1876 in Wright City, Warren County, Missouri

Martha Jane Young, born Jan 7, 1846 in Anderson Co., Ky and died Sept 1921 (age 76), is the daughter of Hardin Holman, born Anderson County, Ky (Anderson Co., Ky Death Certificate # 18734)
Martha Jane Holman on Oct 2, 1860 Mercer Co., Kentucky married Francis M Young.
Francis M and Martha Jane Young and their three children are in the 1870 census for Precinct 4, Mercer Co., Kentucky.

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Minerva Holeman [Mary Holman (b. Jul 13, 1800; d. Sep 19, 1884) widow of John Hackley Wortham (1807-1843) 

Minerva must have gone by the name of Mary. In the 1880 Hardin County, Kentucky census for Harrison Holman, Mary Wortham (age 79, born Kentucky) is identified as his widowed sister. 

Mary Wortham, at the home of Daniel Holman on June 20, 1849, was a charter member of the Blue Ball Baptist Church in Hardin County, Kentucky.

Mary Wortham (age 43, born in Kentucky) was in the 1850 Hardin County, Kentucky census for Daniel Holman (age 75, born in Virginia) along with three children of John Hackley Wortham (about 1805-1843) and his first wife, Mary Ann Grundy.

Mary Wortham (age 58) and Daniel Holeman (age 86) were in the 1860 Hardin County, Kentucky census for Harrison Holeman and his second wife Catherine E Shipley. Their neighbor was the household of William Woodring (age 56, born in Kentucky); his second wife, Ellen Holeman (age 48); and two children of William Woodring and his first wife, Susan Mattingly (Rosa Ellen Woodring and Richard R Woodring); and John H Wortham (age 23), son of John Hackley Wortham (about 1805-1843). Rosa Ellen Woodring and John H Wortham would marry on Jan 01, 1861 in Hardin County, Kentucky. Both are buried in the Blue Ball Baptist Cemetery in Rineyville, Hardin County, Kentucky.
[Question: Is this Ellen Holleman the Ellen W Wortham, daughter of John Hackley Wortham (1807-1843), who was living the the Daniel Holeman household in the 1850 Hardin County, Kentucky census?]

Mary Wortham (age 60, born Kentucky) is in the Harrison Holeman household in the 1870 census for Allisons Precinct, Hardin County, Kentucky.

Mary Wortham (age 79, born Kentucky, sister, widowed) is in the Harrison Holeman household in the 1880 census for Allisons Precinct, Hardin County, Kentucky.

Mary Wortham died Sept 19, 1884 and is buried in the Blue Ball Baptist Cemetery in Hardin County, Kentucky.

[Note: the Mary (Holman) Wortham (b. Jul 13, 1800; d. Sep 19, 1884) widow of John Hackley Wortham (1807-1843) should not be confused with the Mary Holman Vertrees (b. Aug 13, 1832 in Edmonson County, Kentucky; d. Jun 09, 1861 in Grayson County, Kentucky) who in May 22, 1860 in Grayson County, Kentucky became the second wife of Charles Wortham (b. Nov 02, 1824 in Grayson County, Kentucky).]

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Madison Holeman, born 1827 in Kentucky

Madison Holeman (age 23, born Kentucky, carpenter) was in the 1850 census for Anderson County, Kentucky, living in the household of David Bond (Family # 139).

Madison Holeman married Sarah E Craig on June 24, 1855 in Morgan County, Indiana.

Madison Holman (age 30, born Kentucky), his wife Sarah (age 24, born Indiana) and their son William (age 10 months, born Iowa) are in the 1860 census for Walnut, Appanoose County, Iowa. Also in the household is Harrison Holman (age 45, born Kentucky).

M Holman (age 37, born Indiana, carpenter) and Sarah (age 32, born Indiana) are in the 1860 census for Topeka Ward 2, Shawnee County, Kansas

Madison Holman (age 54, Ky, Ky, Ky, farmer, disabled) and Sarah E (age 44, Indiana, Ky, Pennsylvania) along with Delilah Goodhue (niece, age 14, Indiana, Indiana, Indiana) were in the 1880 census for Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas.

M Holman (age 58, born Kentucky) and Sarah E Holman (age 50, born Indiana) are in the 1885 Kansas Territory Census for Shawnee County, Kansas with the notation "Came to Kansas from Iowa".

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Tarleton Holman, born about 1820 in Kentucky

Tarleton Holman married July 13, 1839 in Anderson Co., Kentucky, Mariam Francis Alexander, the daughter of James Alexander (born 1789 in Virginia) and Mary "Polly" Cardwell (born 1793 in Kentucky).

Tarleton Holman and Mariam Francis Alexander had a daughter, Mary Ann Holeman (born about 1841 in Anderson County, Kentucky)

Tarleton Holman must have died prior to 1847.

Mariam Francis (Alexander) Holman on Oct 14, 1847 in Kentucky married James Spaulding (1822-1879).

Mariam Francis Alexander; her husband, James Spaulding; and their two year old daughter, Almira/Almeda are in the 1850 census for District 2, Woodford County, Kentucky.

Tarleton and Mariam Francis (Alexander) Holman's daughter, Mary Ann Holeman (age 9, born Ky, In School) is in the household of her grandfather, James Alexander (age 61, born VA, farmer) in the 1850 census for Anderson Co., Ky.

Mary Ann Holeman (age 19, born in Kentucky) is in the household of James and Marians Spaulding (and their children) in the 1860 census for Woodford County, Kentucky.

The 1919 death certificate (Anderson County, Ky #4596) for Mary Ann (Holman) Robinson identifies her parents as Colton Holman (born Ky) and Mary Spauling (born Anderson Co., Ky)

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Andrew Jackson Holeman, born 1816 in Kentucky

Jackson Holman on Feb 27, 1840 in Shelby County, Kentucky married Nancy Howerton (widow of Stephen Howerton). The minister was J. Hockersmith.
The Bond (#852) for 50 pounds was sighed Jackson Holman and Hardin Halman

Jackson Holman was in the 1840 census for Shelby County, Kentucky [Males - Under 5: one; Males - 30 thru 39: one; Females - Under 5: one; Females - 20 thru 29: one; Slaves - Females - 10 thru 23: two]

J Holman was in the 1850 census for District 1, Shelby County, Kentucky:
908 Holman J     34     1816     Male     Kentucky
908 Holman N     34     1816     Female     Kentucky
908 Holman S C     11     1839     Female     Kentucky
908 Holman B F     8     1842     Female     Kentucky
908 Holman T W     6     1844     Male     Kentucky
908 Holman L F     2     1848     Male     Kentucky
908 Holman J W     13     1837     Male     Kentucky

Jackson Holman gave consent for his daughter, Sarah Catheren Holman, to marry John C Beckly on Sep 26, 1856 in Shelby County, Kentucky (Bond #2496). Witnesses were Jackson Holman, Malina Hacker

Jackson Holeman was in the 1860 census for District 2, Shelby County, Kentucky
535 Holeman Jackson     44     1816     Male     Kentucky
535 Holeman Nancy     43     1817     Female     Kentucky
535 Holeman Benjn F     17     1843     Male     Kentucky
535 Holeman William C     15     1845     Male     Kentucky
535 Holeman Lemuel M     12     1848     Male     Kentucky
535 Holeman Orubell F     9     1851     Female     Kentucky
535 Holeman John F     3     1857     Male     Kentucky
535 Howerton Nancy J     24     1836     Female     Kentucky
Living next door was his daughter's family:
536 Beckley John     23     1837     Male     Kentucky
536 Beckley Sarah     20     1840     Female     Kentucky
536 Beckley Margarett     2     1858     Female     Kentucky
536 Beckley Joann     6/12     1859     Female     Kentucky

Jackson Holman died before 1868:
Civil War Pension Index
Name: Andrew J. Holman; Jackson Holman (alias) 
State Filed: Missouri 
Widow: Nancy J. Holman 1868
Minor: Daniel Holman, et AL 1891

The Indiana Death Certificate for Lemuel M. Holman (Danville, Hendricks County, Indiana #27795) states that his father was Jackson Holman.

[Note: Shelby County was created June 23, 1792 from Jefferson County, Kentucky. Neighboring Counties were: Anderson, Franklin, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, and Spencer.]

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James Holman, born May 21, 1808 in Kentucky

James J Holeman married Mary Ann Young (daughter of Berry Young) on May 11, 1846 in Anderson County, Kentucky

Is he the James Holman who, in 1849, was a charter member of the Blue Ball Baptist Church in Hardin County?

James J Holeman (age 41, born Kentucky, farmer); his wife Mary A (age 20, born Kentucky); and their two minor sons: William L (age 2, born Ky) and Andrew J (age 7 months, born Ky) are in the 1850 census for Anderson Co., Kentucky. (They owned seven slaves.)

William L Holeman (age 5 yrs, born Anderson Co., Ky, farmers son), son of James & Mary Holeman, died from the croup on Nov 27, 1853 in Anderson Co., Ky.

James J. Holeman died on Aug 19, 1850 and was buried in the Lawrenceburg Cemetery in Anderson Co., Ky.

[Note: There was a James Holman in the 1840 census for Garrard Co., Kentucky (Males - Under 5: one; Males - 15 thru 19: one; Males - 20 thru 29: one; Females - Under 5: two; Females - 20 thru 29: one; Slave - Female - 10 thru 23: one. I believe this is the James Holeman, born 1814, who married Martha Ramsey in 1835. Garrard County was created December 17, 1796 from Lincoln, Madison and Mercer Counties.]

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Permelia Holeman, born about 1811

Permelia Holeman, on Jan 2, 1834 in Madison County, Kentucky, married David Gardner (born 1807 in Kentucky)

David and Permelia (Holeman) Gardner are in the 1840 census for Rocky Fork, Boone County, Missouri with their two children: William David Gardner (born about 1834 in Kentucky) and Mary Jane Gardner (born about 1838 in Missouri).

Permelia (Holeman) Gardner must have died about 1841. (Rebecca Elizabeth Gardner was born about 1841.)

David Gardner, on Jul 22, 1841 in Boone County, Missouri married Betsey Slicer, the widow of Richard Wigginton.

David and Betsey (Slicer) Gardner and their three children are in the 1850 census for District 8, Boone County, Missouri. Also in the household were the three children of Permelia (Holeman) Gardner (William, Mary J, and Rebecka E) and one child of Elizabeth (Slicer) Wigginton (Julia A).

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Perlina Holeman

Paulina (Perlina?) Holman on Jan 11, 1833 in Madison County, Kentucky married John Bowling.

John Bowling is in the 1840 census for Hardin County, Kentucky (Males - 20 thru 29: one; Males - 60 thru 69: one; Females - 10 thru 14: one; Females - 20 thru 29: three)

There were two Bowling households in the 1830 census for Madison County, Kentucky:
* Benjamin Bowling, Western Division (Males - 15 thru 19: one; Males - 50 thru 59: one; Females - Under 5: one; Females - 20 thru 29: one; Females - 60 thru 69: one)
* David Bowling, Eastern Division (Males - 30 thru 39: one; Females - 30 thru 39: one)

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Abel, Alfred, and Joel Holman.

No information found.

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Holemans in Grayson County, Kentucky

 

Before the Daniel Holman who married Rebecca Johnson arrived in Hardin County, Kentucky, other Holmans were there.

Grayson County, Kentucky is located west of Madison and Woodford Counties, Kentucky. Grayson County was created in 1810 from Hardin and Ohio Counties.

 

Captain James Holeman of James River, Henrico County, Virginia

These Holemans in the 1810 census for Kentucky appear to be descendants of Capt James Holeman (1667-1759). 

John Holman     Grayson County, Kentucky     (Three persons including one slave) 
This is the John Holeman (1736-1837) who married Elizabeth Burton.  Grandson of Capt James Holeman (1667-1759) of Virginia

James Holman     Grayson County, Kentucky     (Six persons including one slave) 
This is James Burton Holman (son of John Holeman (1736-1837) and Elizabeth Burton) who married Rebecca W Tong

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Elizabeth Burton (1738-1828) is the daughter of Robert Burton (1687-1748) and Priscilla Farrar (1690-1768).
Robert Burton (1687-1748) is the son of Robert Burton (abt 1660-1724) and Mary Nowell (1665-1772).
Priscilla Farrar (1690-1768) is the daughter of William Farrar (1657-1721) and Priscilla Baugh (abt 1659-abt 1706)
(See Virginia Surnames)


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John Holeman (1736-1837)

John Holman married Eliz. Burton May 20, 1770 in St James Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia. He and Elizabeth are in the 1810 census for Grayson County, Kentucky [Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: one; Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over : one; Numbers of Slaves: one]

Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900
Name: John Holman
Pension Year: 1833
Application State: Arkansas
Applicant Designation: Survivor's Pension Application File
Archive Publication Number: M804
Archive Roll Number: 1312
Total Pages in Packet: 32
Source Information:
Ancestry.com. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
Original data: Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files (NARA microfilm publication M804, 2,670 rolls). Records of the Department of Veterans Affairs, Record Group 15. National Archives, Washington, D.C.

United States of America
Territory of Arkansas County of Hempstead Sct.
Be it remembered that on the 12th day of October in the year of our Lord 1832 personally appeared in open Court before the Honorable Thomas P Eskridge one of the Judges of the Superior Court of the Territory of Arkansas aforesaid and sole Judge now sitting and presiding in the Circuit Court holden in and for the County of Hempstead aforesaid John Holman a resident of the County of Hempstead and Territory of Arkansas about ninety-six years old who being first duly sworn according to law doth on his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress of June the 7th 1832, to wit,
That from the best information in his possession, he was born on or about the twenty fifth day of December 1736 in Goochland County State of Virginia where he was raised and lived until he was about forty-two years old he then removed to North Carolina where he resided two or three years from thence he removed to Powell's Valley in the State of Virginia where he resided about two years thence he removed to Kentucky to a place called the Crab Orchard where he made to crops thence he removed down Kentucky to a place within 6 or 8 miles of Bairds town where he resided about seven years, thence he removed about twenty miles to a place called rough creek where he resided about twelve years, from thence he removed lower down towards a place called Hartford where he resided about eight years, from thence he removed West of the Mississippi River to a place called St. Michael where he resided about twelve years from thence he removed to Hempstead County Arkansas Territory now his present place of residence where he has resided upwards of seven years.
That from lapse of time he finds himself unable to state all the particulars that occurred during the revolutionary war. That he entered the service of the United States in the latter part of the year 1777 as a militia man in the State of Virginia and belonged to a company of infantry commanded by Captain Stokely Tols, that he marched up the country about two hundred and fifty miles to someplace the name of which he does not recollect in the latter part of the year of 1777 or the early part of the year 1788 where he was employed in guarding prisoners that were surrendered by General Burgoyne for several months, that he served upwards of six months as a militia man and obtained a discharge of his Captain which is now lost or mislaid.

Dec 25, 1736 Born in Goochland Co., Virginia
c. 1778 After the Revolution, he continued to live in Goochland County, Virginia for another year
c. 1779-1780 then moved to North Carolina for two or three years
c. 1780-1783 then moved to Powell's Valley, Virginia for about two years
c. 1783-1784 then to Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Kentucky, where he raised two crops
c. 1785-1792 thence further down in Kentucky, within six or eight miles of Bairdstown, Nelson Co., Kentucky where he resided about seven years
c. 1793-1805 thence twenty miles further on to a place called Rough Creek, Hardin County, Kentucky where he resided about twelve years
c. 1806-1814 thence lower down to Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky where he lived for eight years
c. 1815-1826 then crossed the Mississippi River to Saint Michaels Township, Madison County, Missouri, where he lived for twelve years
1826 to Hempstead County, Arkansas

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John HOLEMAN, Tyre GLEN and Henry HALL witnessed a deed (Written: May 20, 1794; Recorded: October 28, Hardin Co., KY Deed Bk A, p. 50) 
John GLEN and Abigail his wife sold 250 acres (on the Bank of Nolin, adjacent to VanMETERs line, being a part of an 2000 acre survey pattented in the name of William MONTGOMERY)
to Thomas GILLILINS [GILLELAND] for one hundred and twenty pounds Kentucky Currencey.

Thomas McIntire, John Holman, Thomas Gilleland witnessed a deed (dated July 3, 1794, Hardin Co., KY Deed Bk A, p. 49)
John GLEN and Abigail his wife sold 173 acres (on south side of Nolan being the waters of Green River, a part of Robert Montgomery's 2000 acre survey bounded by McIntire's line)
to Jacob Vertrees for forty pounds.

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Bits and Pieces
of Hardin County History
Published by tht Hardin County Historical Society
Vol. III No. 2 Robert Beimdick, Editor April, 1982
page 18

COURT ORDER BOOK, HARDIN COUNTY, KENTUCKY , 1795
At a Court held for Hardin County on Tuesday the twenty seventh of January one thousand seven hundred and ninety five...
Present Patrick Brown John Vertrees Robert Hodgen & Bladin Ashby Gentlemen Justices Robert Hodgen and Bladin Ashby Gentlemen Produced a commission under the hand and seal of his Excelency Isaac Shelby appointing them Justices of the peace for the County of Hardin
which was openly read in Court together with a Certificate there on endorsed by Patrick Brown Esquire that the aforesaid Hodgens and Ashby were qualified to the said commission according to Law...

A Deed from John Glen and Abigail his wife to Thomas Gilliland for two hundred and fifty acres of Land was acknowledged by the said John and ordered to be recorded the said Abigail being privately Examined as the Law directs relinquished her right of Dower in the above mentioned Land...

A Deed from John Glen and Abigail his wife to Jacob Ver-Trees for one hundred and seventy acres of Land was acknowledged by the said John and was ordered to be recorded The said Abigail being privately Examined as the Law directs relinquished her right of Dower in the said tract of Land...

A Deed from John Glen and Abigail his wife to Adam Ester for Eighty Eight acres of Land was acknowledged by the said John and ordered to be recorded the said Abigail being privately Examined as the Law directs relinquished her right of Dower in the said tract of Land...

A Deed from John Glen and Abigail his wife to Joseph Vanmeter son of Nathan Vanmeter for two hundred and sixty two acres of Land was acknowledged by the said John and ordered to be recorded the said Abigail being privately Examined as (the Law) directs relinquished her right of Dower...

Ordered that Conrod Walters be appointed over seer of the Road from Mr Hodgenses Bridge to Mr Pairpoints Mill in the room of John Holeman and all the tithebles that were to assist said Holeman do assist him the said Walters in Clearing and "keeping the said Road in repair...


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Rough Creek also known as No Linn or Nolin Creek. Edward Holeman (1760-1842) [the son of Henry Holeman and his wife Elizabeth. Edward Holeman married Abigail Williams in 1785 in Kentucky.] received a Kentucky Land Grants on this watercourse.

Notes on The Kentucky Land Grants by Willard Rouse Jillson
page 189 Old Kentucky Grants (1793-1856)

Edward Holeman: 2524 3/4 acres; 09/18/1798; Hardin County; Nolinn

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John Holman, veteran, was pensioned at the rate of $20 per annum commencing March 4th, 1831, for service as a private for 6 months in the Virginia militia.
John Holman is buried in the Old Pioneer Cemetery (Old Washington State Park) in Hempstead County, Arkansas.

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James Burton Holman

James Holman was in the 1810 Grayson County, Kentucky Census [Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: two; Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44 : one; Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: one; Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: one; Numbers of Slaves: one]

James Holman first married Rebecca Mcneil on September 18, 1805 in Hardin County, Kentucky; then Rebecca Tong on April 14, 1809 in Ohio County, Kentucky; and finally the widow, Esther Court Mack, on January 19, 1858 in Lamar County, Texas.

Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas. Chicago, IL, USA: Goodspeed Publishing, 1890.
p. 415 "... James Holman, was a Kentuckian, who became an emigrant to Missouri, and in 1818 settled in Hempstead County, Ark. Still later he removed to Paris, Tex., and at one time owned nearly all the land on which the town is situated, dying near that place a few years since at quite an advanced age. He was also a member of the Arkansas Legislature, it being a Territory at that time, and he was closely connected with the early history of the State."
p. 539 "William T Holman....was born in Madison County, Mo., August 9, 1815, the second of ten children reared to maturity by James and Rebecca Tong Holman. The former was born in Kentucky in 1781, and departed this life in Texas in his ninety-eighth year. In early life he emigrated to Madison County, Mo., where he resided until 1824, when he moved to Hempstead County, Ark., and there made his home for two years, subsequently coming to Sevier County. He was among the earliest settlers of this county, and took a prominent part in its affairs, representing it one term in the State Legislature. His first marriage was consummated in Kentucky, Miss Elizabeth McNeil becoming his wife, and they became the parents of two children. After her death he married Miss Rebecca Tong, a native of Maryland, who passed to her final home in Paris, Tex., about 1858."

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                                                       Who are Daniel and Sally Holman of Washington County, Kentucky?



Title: 1776-1976 TWO CENTURIES IN ELIZABETHTOWN AND HARDIN COUNTY, KENTUCKY
Author: Daniel Elmo Mclure, Jr.

"Robert Nall, born July 1, 1804, died April 6,1876, married Elizabeth Holman, born in 1805, a daughter of Daniel and Sally Holman of Washington County, who had migrated to that place from Virginia and later moved to Hardin County;"

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Is this Sally Holman?

Daniel Holman in the Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850

Name: Daniel Holman
Marriage Date: 22 May 1799
Marriage Place: Hardin, Kentucky, USA
Spouse: Sarah Williams

Source Information
Dodd, Jordan. Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1997. 

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* Kentucky 1800 tax list:
Daniel Holeman     Woodford Co
Daniel Holman     Hardin Co
Daniel Hillman     Mason Co

* Kentucky Land Grants
Grantee                     County     Acres     Survey Date     Book     Watercourse
Holeman, Daniel         Hardin     198         11- 1-1810        17         Youngers Cr
Holeman, Daniel         Hardin     100         5-25-1809         14         Youngers Cr

* 1810 Census: Daniel Hollman: Elizabethtown, Hardin County, Kentucky
Males - Under 10: two
Males - 26 thru 44: one
Females - Under 10: three
Females - 10 thru 15: one
Females - 26 thru 44: one

* 1820 Census: Danl Hollman: Little York, Hardin County, Kentucky
Males - Under 10: two
Males - 16 thru 18: one
Males - 16 thru 25: one
Males - 45 and over: one
Females - 10 thru 15: two
Females - 16 thru 25: one
Females - 26 thru 44: one
Slaves - Males - Under 14: one

* 1830 Census: Danl Holman: Hardin County, Kentucky
Males - 15 thru 19: one
Males - 20 thru 29: one
Males - 50 thru 59: one
Females - 15 thru 19: one
Females - 20 thru 29: one
Females - 50 thru 59: one

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Robert Nall
Birth: 1 JUL 1804 Nelson County, Kentucky
Death: 6 APR 1876 Hardin County, Kentucky

was the son of:

William Nall
Birth: 25 OCT 1770 Courthouse, Sussex County, Virginia
Death: 17 JUL 1837 Allisons Precinct, Hardin County, Kentucky, 

Susannah Batsel
Birth: 7 JAN 1774 Culpepper, Virginia
Death: MAY 1810 Nelson County, Kentucky

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Robert Nall in the 1830 Hardin County, Kentucky Census
[Males - Under 5: one; Males - 20 thru 29: one; Females - 20 thru 29: one; Total Slaves: six]
on same page:
Surname Given Name     Total Free White Persons         Total Slaves 
Holman Danl                                     6                                     X
Nall Robert                                        3                                     6
Nall William                                      9                                     X 
Nall Martin                                        3                                     X

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Notes on Daniel Holman and his wife Rebecca Johnson from
Bits and Pieces of Hardin County History
A Publication of Hardin County Historical Society
Mary Jo Jones, Editor
Vol XXI No. 1 Spring 2002

Blue Ball Baptist Church:
* In 1849 Daniel Holman sold 2-1/4 acres of land to church trustee for one dollar.
* Church was organized at the home of Daniel Holman on June 20, 1849.
* Charter members: Daniel Holman; Francis Hill; Henry Willyard; Robert Nall; Elizabeth Nall; Mary E Nall; Daniel W Nall; Harrison Holman; Isaac Richardson; Mary Wortham; James Holman; Lucy Holman; Lucy Hobbs; Martin S Hill; Mildrew Hill; Nancy Hicks; Jacob Woodring; Thomas Morrison; Lucinda Morrison; William Hicks; Leticia Richardson; Ellen Holman; Thomas H Thomas; and William Tarpley.

[Note: I believe this is the Daniel Holman who married Rebecca Johnson.]

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Robert Nall (age 46, born Ky); Elizabeth Nall (age 45, born Ky); and their six children are in the 1850 census for District 3, Hardin County., Kentucky.
neighbors:
Martin (age 48, born Ky) and Elizabeth (age 45, born Ky) Nall household (including John Nall, age 77, born Virginia).
Lucy Hobbs (age 52, born Ky) household

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Robert Nall (age 55, born Ky) and Elizabeth Nall  (age 53, born Ky) and their family were in the 1860 census for District 2, Hardin County, Kentucky
neighbors:
three different Nall households
Charles Woodring (age 45, born Ky); Matilda (Hartley) Woodring (age 43, born Ky); and their children, including Amanda Woodring who married James W Holeman, and Naomi Woodring who married Bryant Woodford Holeman (two of the sons of Thomas J Holeman and Lucinda "Lucy" Hartley).

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The Robert (age 66, born Ky) and Elizabeth (age 64, born Ky) Nall household was in the 1870 census for Allisons Precinct, Hardin County, Kentucky.
neighbors:
son, Cyrus Nall
son-in-law, Luke C Miller
other Nall households

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The widow, Elizabeth Nall (age 76, born Ky, parents born Virginia) was in the 1880 census for Allison, Hardin County, Kentucky.
neighbors:
many Nall households
Harrison Holman (age 66, born Ky, parents born Virginia), including his widowed sister, Mary Wortham.

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Blue Ball Baptist Cemetery
Rineyville, Hardin County, Kentucky

Nall, Robert, b. 1 Jul 1804, d. 6 Apr 1876
Nall, Elizabeth, b. 1806, d. 1892

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Who is Thos J Holeman?

 

The following family was closely associated with the family of Daniel and Rebecca (Johnson) Holeman

Thomas J Holman (born about 1809 in the part of Hardin County, Kentucky that became Larue County) and his wife, Lucinda "Lucy" Hartley (born April 9, 1824 in Hardin County, Kentucky). Lucinda "Lucy" Hartley was the daughter of John Hartley (born Jan 22, 1788 in Fayette Co., Pennsylvania and died August 22, 1829 in Hardin Co., Ky) and Nancy Dougherty (born Dec 24, 1797 in Hardin Co., Ky).

Matilda Hartley (born Jan 05, 1817 in Hardin Co., Ky), the sister of Lucinda "Lucy" Hartley, married Charles Woodring. These are parents of Amanda and Naomi Woodring, who married two of the sons of Thomas J Holman (born about 1809): James W Holeman (born Dec 31, 1847 in Ky) and Bryant Woodford Holeman (born Apr 26, 1856 in Hardin Co., Ky).


1 Thomas J Holeman b: 1809 in the part of Hardin County, Kentucky that became Larue County, d: Nov 12, 1873
Census: 1850 in Hardin County, Kentucky; District 3
Census: 1860 in Hardin County, Kentucky; District 2
Census: 1870 in Hardin County, Kentucky; Allisons Precinct (neighbor was Harrison Holeman)

    + Lucinda "Lucy" Hartley b: Apr 09, 1824 in Kentucky, d: Jun 27, 1876

...2 Ada Ann Holeman b: 1847 in Kentucky

...2 James W Holeman b: Dec 31, 1847 in Hardin County, Kentucky; Elizabethtown, d: Dec 10, 1915 in Hardin County, Kentucky
Census: 1850 in Hardin County, Kentucky; District 3
Census: 1860 in Hardin County, Kentucky; District 2
Census: 1870 in Hardin County, Kentucky; Allisons Precinct
Census: 1880 in Hardin County, Kentucky; Allison, 
Census: 1900 in Hardin County, Kentucky; Elizabethtown
Census: 1910 in Hardin County, Kentucky; Magisterial District 4

    + Amanda Woodring b: Aug 19, 1843 in Kentucky, m: Oct 19, 1869 in Hardin County, Ky, d: Dec 14, 1922 in Hardin County, Ky
Census: 1850 in Hardin County, Kentucky; District 3
Census: 1920 in Hardin County, Kentucky; St John

......3 William Holeman b: 1870
......3 George Holeman b: 1872 in Kentucky
......3 Charley Holeman b: Jul 22, 1877 in Kentucky, d: Mar 26, 1948
        + Lillie b: Jun 16, 1886, d: Nov 24, 1945

...2 Sally Ann Holeman b: 1850 in Kentucky

...2 Mary H Holeman b: Nov 21, 1851 in Kentucky, d: Sep 1920, 
Census: 1880 in Jasper County, Missouri; Marion
    + Louis H. Willyard b: 1844 in Kentucky, m: Dec 20, 1873

...2 Dianna Holeman b: 1854

...2 Bryant Woodford Holeman b: Apr 26, 1856 in Hardin County, Kentucky, d: May 26, 1920 in Hardin Co., Ky
Census: 1860 in Hardin County, Kentucky; District 2
Census: 1870 in Hardin County, Kentucky; Allisons Precinct
Census: 1880 in Hardin County, Kentucky; Allison
Census: 1900 in Hardin County, Kentucky; Elizabethtown
Census: 1910 in Hardin County, Kentucky; Magisterial District 4
Census: 1920 in Hardin County, Kentucky; St John

   + Naomi Woodring b: Aug 24, 1853 in Hardin County, Kentucky, m: 1878, d: May 14, 1936 in Hardin Co., Ky
......3 Silas Holeman b: Jan 1879 in Kentucky, d: 1957
      + Lucy C b: 1884, d: 1923
.........4 Clyde Holeman b: 1923, d: 1930
......3 Ruth Holeman b: Oct 1881 in Kentucky
......3 Fannie Holeman b: Feb 1883 in Kentucky
......3 Minnie Holeman b: Dec 1885 in Kentucky
......3 Thomas Holeman b: Sep 16, 1891, d: Jan 18, 1896
......3 Eva Belle Holeman b: Nov 29, 1896 in Hardin County, Kentucky
        + John Meredith b: Mar 04, 1890 in Hardin County, Kentucky , m: Mar 29, 1919

...2 Susan Holeman b: 1860 in Kentucky

...2 Nancy W Holeman b: 1864



The Blue Ball Baptist Church (Hardin County) was organized at the home of Daniel Holman on June 20, 1849. One of the Charter members was Lucy Holman. [I believe this was the Daniel Holman who married Rebecca Johnson.]

Thomas J Holman (age 41, born in Kentucky), his wife Lucy (age 26, born in Kentucky) and their three children (Ada Ann, age 3; James, age 2; and Sally Ann, age 5 mos) were in the 1850 census for District 3, Hardin County, Kentucky.

Thos J Holman (age 56, born Ky); his wife Lucy (age 35, born Ky); and their seven minor children are in the 1860 census for District 2, Hardin, Kentucky.

Thos Holeman (age 66, born Kentucky); his wife, Lucy (age 38, born Ky); their five minor children; and their son, Jas W Holeman (age 22, born Kentucky) and his wife, Amanda (Woodring) Holeman (age 28, born Ky) are in the 1870 census for Allisons Precinct, Hardin County, Kentucky. Their neighbor was the household of Harrison Holeman (age 54, born Ky) which included Mary Wortham (age 60, born Ky).

Thomas J Holman and his wife Lucy are both buried in the Blue Ball Baptist Church cemetery (Hardin County).

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