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 (Stigall's Stand) and Crab Orchard, Kentucky, which are on the border of three Kentucky counties: Lincoln, Garrard, and Rockcastle.

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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The results of the DNA tests show that the descendant of James Holeman, b. 1814 is:

"very tightly related" to the descendant of the Daniel Holman who was born about 1787 in North Carolina, had children in Tennessee, and homesteaded in Douglas, Missouri;

"very tightly related" to the descendant of the Kenneth Holeman who died in 1871 in Upperfreehold, Monmouth Co., New Jersey who is thought to be a descendant of Robert Holeman, died 1709 in New Jersey;

"related" to a descendant of the Elias Holeman (1759 - 1827, Burlington County, New Jersey); and

"related" to the descendants of Thomas Holeman, born about 1723, who moved from the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia to North Carolina about 1750 and died in 1798 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.

 

 

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Holeman Related Surnames in Old Virginia

(East of the Blue Ridge Mountains)

 

BURTON

 

 

The Burton family was associated with two of the three "very tightly related Holemans":

* William B Holeman, son of the Daniel Holeman who was born in North Carolina, had children in Tennessee and homesteaded in Douglas County, Missouri, was born in 1831 in Roane County, Tennessee. He named one of his sons Burton A Holeman (born 1859 in Ozark County, Missouri). [Note: The 1850 census for Subdivision 22, Meigs, Tennessee shows a Burton Halman, born about 1812 in North Carolina.]

* The descendants of two Burton men (John of Longfield and Thomas of Cobbs) from Henrico County, Virginia were in Pulaski, Madison, and Garrard counties in Kentucky about the same time that the James Holeman (who married Martha Ramsey) was born in Madison County, Kentucky.

1) John Burton of Longfield (1632-1689) who married Rachel Hutchins. Their descendants (Robert Burton and John Pleasant Burton) were in the Madison County, Kentucky area.

** Robert Burton (born 1736 in Henrico County, Virginia; died 1807 in Madison Co., Kentucky) had sons who also lived in the Madison County area: Allen, b. 1760; Abraham, b.1766; Isaac, b. 1767; Sherod, b. 1772; and Julius, b. 1779.

** John Pleasant Burton (born July 3, 1758 in Henrico County, Virginia and died July 4, 1836 in Lawrence County, Indiana) married Susanna Stampler in 1779 in Ashe County, North Carolina. John Pleasant Burton (1758- 1836) had a son Allen Burton, born 1786 in Virginia, who married Nancy McMullin in 1812 in Garrard Co., Ky, married Betsy Williamson in 1817 in Madison County, Ky, and died 1867 in Washington County, Kentucky

Also, Jesse Burton (1760-1825), great, great grandson of the John Burton (1632-1689) who married Rachel Hutchins, was on the 1800 tax list for Garrard County, Kentucky.


2) Thomas Burton of Cobbs (1634-1686) who married Susannah Hatcher

** James Paign Burton, born 1736 in Goochland County, VA; died 1814 in Pulaski County, Ky. James Paign Burton, born 1736, and his sons are in the 1810 Census for Pulaski Co., Ky. I have found no Holmans in Pulaski Co census for 1810. However, a Josept Holman and a James Holman were on the Pulaski Co., Kentucky tax list for 1800.

 

 

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Robert Burton (1687-1748) is the son of Robert Burton (1660-1724) and Mary Nowell (1665-1772) and the grandson of John Burton (1632-1689) and Rachel Hutchins (b. 1632).

In 1716 Robert Burton (1687-1748) married Priscilla Farrar (1690-1768), the daughter of the Major William Farrar (1657-1721) who had been Justice of Henrico County and then Sheriff.

Judith Burton (born about 1731), the daughter of Robert and Priscilla (Farrar) Burton, on May 15, 1778 married George Payne (1707-1784), son of George Payne (1680-1743) and Mary Woodson (1678-1766). Mary Jordan Payne (born 1780), the grand daughter of George and Judith (Burton) Payne, in 1804 married George Holeman (1766-1854), the brother of Captain Tandy Holman (1756-1836).

Elizabeth Burton (1738-1828), daughter of Robert and Priscilla (Farrar) Burton, on May 20, 1770 married John Holeman (1736-1837), the grandson of Captain James Holeman of the part of Henrico County that became Goochland County, Virginia. James Burton Holman (1780-1876), son of John and Elizabeth (Burton) Holeman, 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. (See Kentucky Related Surnames)


Goochland Co. Wills & deeds

p. 288, Deed 15 Nov 1731, Robert Burton of Goochland Co., from John Woodson of same, for 50 lbs, 350 acres on north side of James River on east side of Dover Mill, next to George Payne, Thomas Wadloe, Robert Adams and John Sutton Farrar. Wit: Jos. Dabbs, James Daniell, Fleming Bates. Signed: John Woodson. Recorded: 16 Nov 1731. Susanna, wife of John, relinquishes her dower right.

p. 289, Deed 15 Nov 1731 John Woodson of Goochland Co., to Thomas Wadlow, 200 acres on north side of James River, bounded by land sold by John Woodson, dec'd, to Robert Adams, broad branch of Tukahoe Creek, and Robert Burton. Wit: Rob't Payne, Robt. Burton, George Eastham, Fleming Bates, John Bates. Signed: John Woodson. Recorded 16 Nov 1731. Susanne, wife of John, relinquished her dower right.

p. 346, Deed 4 Sept. 1732 George Payne of St. James Parish, Goochland Co., to James Holman, for 6/6 lbs, land on south side of James River in King William Parish, 50 acres, being part of plantation where John Calvet, dec'd, formerly lived. Wit: James Barrett, Charles Jordan, John Wright. Signed: George Payne. Recorded 18 Sept 1732.

p. 383, Deed 26 Jan 1732/3 James Holman, Gent. to Charles Jordan, for 20 lbs., land on north side of James River on branches of Tuckahoe Creek, bounded by the Glebe, Maj. Richard Randolph, and Barrotts branch, 100 acres. Wit: Sam'l Jordan, Rich's Nicholas, Mary Woodward. Signed: James Holman. 
Recorded 20 March 1732.

[Note: Robert Burton (1718-Abt 1774), son of the Robert Burton (1687-1748) who in 1716 married Priscilla Farrar (1690-1768), married second, Sarah Jordan, daughter of Charles Jordan.]

[Note: The first Goochland County Court was held in 1728 and one of the justices was John Woodson. In the next year George Payne and James Holman were added as Justices.]

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Nowell Burton (1692-1766) is the son of Robert Burton (1660-1724) and Mary Nowell (1665-1772) and the grandson of John Burton (1632-1689) and Rachel Hutchins (b. 1632). Robert Allen Burton (1776-1850), the grandson of Nowell Burton (1692-1766) and Judith Allen (1694-1766), married Margaret Ferguson (1780-1836) on March 23, 1796 in Mercer County, Kentucky.

Hutchins Burton (1767-1848), the brother of Robert Allen Burton (1776-1850) married Elizabeth Stapp (born 1777 in North Carolina) on Sept 21, 1798 in Madison County, Kentucky. Their son, Levi S Burton (born 1813 in Adair County, Ky) married Susan Triplett on Feb 25, 1853 in Howard County, Missouri. [In Adair County, Kentucky, Elizabeth Stapp's sister, Patsy Stapp married Lewis Triplett; and her sister, Sarah Stapp, married Micajah Triplett.]

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Four more distant Holeman/Burton connections:

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Joseph Holeman, Jr (1775-1836) and William C Holeman (1778-1834) are sons of Joseph Holeman (1746-1819) and Elizabeth Wilson, and grandsons of Thomas Holeman (1723-1798) and Mary Thompson.

The Rebecca Barnes ( b.1777) who married Joseph Holeman, Jr (1775-1836) is the daughter of Elias Barnes and Rebecca Turner and the granddaughter of John Turner (1685-1764) and Sarah Williams.
The Eleanor Barnes who married William C Holeman ((1778-1834) is the daughter of Elias Barnes and Rebecca Turner and the granddaughter of John Turner (1685-1764) and Sarah Williams.

The Catherine Prather (1770-1813) who married Abraham Burton (1766-1852) is the daughter of John H Prather (1735-1814) and Eleanor Turner and the granddaughter of John Turner (1685-1764) and Sarah Williams.

Abraham Burton (1766-1852) is the son of Robert Burton (born 1736 in Henrico County, VA; died 1807 in Madison County, Ky) and the grandson of Hutchins Burton (1694-1763) and Susanna Watson Allen (1694-1766). Hutchins Burton (1694-1763) is the brother of the Robert Burton (1687-1748) who married Priscilla Farrar (1690-1768).

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Nancy Catherine "Kate" Holeman, born about 1842 in Lafayette Co., Missouri, [the daughter to Hardy Holeman (1809-1848) and Nancy Finley, and grand daughter of James Holeman (1777-1845) and Mary Anne Hughes] in Dec 1865 in Lafayette County, Missouri married Jesse K Burton, born 1826 in Virginia. Jesse K Burton, son of Lafayette Burton (1841-1891), a river boat captain, and Virginia Price (died 1876), is a descendant of William Burton (1720-1748) and Rebecca Cobbs. William Burton (1720-1748) is the brother of the Elizabeth Burton (1738-1828) who married John Holeman (1736-1837). 

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Mary Burton (born May 10, 1781) is the daughter of Charles Burton (1734-1800) and Mary Hunt, and the grand daughter of Hutchins Burton (1694-1763) and Susanna Watson Allen (1694-1766). Mary Burton (born 1781) married James Bright, the son of Tobias Bright. James and Mary (Burton) Bright had a son John Bright (1814-1872) who in 1845 in Barren County, Kentucky married Sarah Jane Holeman (1822-1899). Sarah Jane Holeman (1822-1899) was:
* the daughter of Henry Bowles Holeman (1778-1833) and Elizabeth DuVal (1781-1851); and
* the sister of Nathaniel Henry Holeman (1812-1833) who in 1837 in Barren County, Kentucky married Elizabeth Ann "Eliza" Button (1814-1889), daughter of Elias Button (1783-1823) and Nancy Settle (1791-1852). (Is this a Burton?)

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James Barrett (1708-1740) chose Capt. James Holman (1667-1759) as his guardian in 1722.
Lucy Barrett (1736-1777), the daughter of James Barrett and Sarah Womack (1707-1780), married Nowell Burton (1729-1769), the son of Robert Burton (1687-1748) and Priscilla Farrar (1690-1768).
Nowell Burton (1729-1769) was the brother of the Elizabeth Burton (1738-1828) who married John Holeman (1736-1837) in 1770 in Goochland County, Virginia.
John Holeman (1736-1837) was the grandson of Capt. James Holman (1667-1759) and Sarah Woodward (1678-1774).



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Robert Burton b: Abt. 1660 in Henrico County, Virginia; Longfield, d: 1724 in Henrico County, Virginia
        + Mary Nowell b: 1665 in Virginia, m: 1686 in Virginia, d: 1772

.....2 Robert Burton b: 1687 in Henrico County, Virginia; Longdale, d: Oct 18, 1748 in Goochland County, Virginia
           + Priscilla Farrar b: 1690 in Henrico County, Virginia; Farrar's Island, m: 1716 in Virginia, d: 1768 in Goochland County, Virginia
..........3 Robert Burton b: 1718 in Goochland County, Virginia, d: Abt. 1774 in Orange County, North Carolina
               + Judith Laforce b: Abt. 1728 in Goochland County, Virginia, m: Oct 13, 1757 in Goochland County, Virginia, d: Aft. 1804
               + Christian m: Abt. 1739
               + Sarah Jordan m: May 17, 1752 in Goochland County, Virginia, d: Bef. 1757 in Virginia
..........3 William Burton b: Abt. 1720 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: 1778
               + Rebecca Cobbs m: 1748 in Goochland County, Virginia
..........3 Priscilla Burton b: 1723 in Henrico County, Virginia
               + Stephen Sanders b: Dec 11, 1714 in New Kent County, Virginia, m: Abt. 1742 in Goochland County, Virginia
..........3 Anne Burton b: 1725 in Goochland County, Virginia; St James Northam parish
..........3 Judith Burton b: Abt. 1727 in Henrico County, Virginia
               + George Payne b: Nov 21, 1707, m: May 15, 1778, d: Mar 15, 1784 in Goochland County, Virginia
..........3 Nowell Burton b: Abt. 1729 in Goochland County, Virginia, d: May 1769 in Goochland County, Virginia
               + Lucy Barrett b: Abt. 1736 in Goochland County, Virginia, m: Abt. 1755 in Goochland Co., Virginia, d: 1777 in Orange Co., NC
..........3 Elizabeth Burton b: Sep 24, 1738 in Goochland County, Virginia, d: Sep 24, 1828 in Hempstead County, Arkansas
               + John Holeman b: Dec 25, 1736 in Goochland Co., Va, m: May 20, 1770; d: Abt. 1837 in Hempstead Co., Arkansas
..........3 Obedience Burton d: Aft. 1795
               + John Bryan b: Abt. 1723, m: Bef. Nov 1754 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: Mar 24, 1786 in Richmond, Virginia

.....2 Nowell Hunt Burton b: 1692 in Henrico Co., Virginia, d: Oct 13, 1766 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia
            + Judith Allen b: 1694 in New Kent County, Virginia, m: 1720 in Virginia, d: Bef. 1766 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia
..........3 John Burton b: 1716 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: Sep 26, 1785 in Cumberland County, Virginia
               + Agnes Merryman m: Aug 24, 1752 in Cumberland County, Virginia
..........3 Josiah Burton b: 1718 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: Aft. Feb 1785 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia
..........3 Richard Burton b: 1720 in Virginia, d: 1779 in Wilkes County, North Carolina
..........3 Robert Burton b: 1720 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: Abt. 1798 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia
               + Lucy Tucker
..........3 Hutchins Burton b: 1722 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: 1767 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia
               + Tabitha Minge m: Mar 16, 1741
..........3 Benjamin Burton b: 1724 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: 1770
..........3 Judith Burton b: 1728 in Goochland County, Virginia, d: Aft. 1766
               + Samuel Young
..........3 Allen Burton b: Feb 02, 1729 in Goochland County, Virginia
               + Elizabeth Bassett b: Mar 12, 1733 in Goochland Co., Va, m: 1754 in Mecklenburg Co., Virginia, d: May 1819 in Mercer Co., Kentucky
..........3 Nowell Burton b: 1730 in Goochland County, Virginia, d: 1763 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia
               + Joan m: Abt. 1750

.....2 Hutchins Burton b: Apr 09, 1694 in Henrico County, Virginia; Longfield, d: Oct 03, 1763 in Henrico Co., Virginia
            + Susanna Watson Allen b: 1694 in New Kent Co., Va, m: Mar 31, 1719; St Peter's Parish, d: 1766 in Mecklenburg Co., Va
..........3 Samuel Burton b: Dec 25, 1719 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: Abt. 1779 in Orange County, North Carolina
               + Susannah
..........3 Druey Burton b: Nov 23, 1721, d: 1763
..........3 Hutchins Burton b: Sep 25, 1723 in Cumberland County, Virginia, d: 1801 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia
               + Judith Allen b: Abt. 1718 in Henrico County, Virginia; St. Peter's Parish, m: Mar 16, 1742 in Goochland County, Virginia
..........3 David Burton b: Jun 25, 1725, d: 1757
               + Mary Wiltshire Gromarrin
..........3 William Allen Burton b: Jul 25, 1727 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: Mar 22, 1773 in Cumberland County, Virginia
               + Mary Walthall b: 1730
..........3 Allen Hutchins Burton b: 1728, d: 1802
..........3 Nowell Burton b: Apr 27, 1729, d: 1763
               + Mary
..........3 Anne Burton b: Dec 07, 1731, d: 1765
               + Anthony Matthews
..........3 Charles Burton b: May 04, 1734 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: 1800 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina
               + Mary Hunt m: Mar 10, 1781 in Goochland County, Virginia
..........3 Robert Burton b: Dec 04, 1736 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: 1807 in Madison County, Kentucky
..........3 Susannah Burton b: Jan 15, 1738 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: Aft. 1815
               +William Price b: Sep 03, 1730 in Henrico Co., Virginia, d: Abt. 1815 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia
..........3 Richard Burton b: Feb 05, 1739 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: Abt. 1779 in Wilkes County, North Carolina
               + Mary Pleasants m: 1757 in Virginia
..........3 Julius Burton b: Oct 22, 1742, d: Abt. 1788
               + Rebeka Clayton m: Mar 10, 1763 in Goochland County, Virginia

.....2 Benjamin Burton b: 1696 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: 1758 in Henrico County, Virginia
          + Elizabeth Cox
..........3 Benjamin Burton b: Abt. 1718, d: Abt. 1770 in Chesterfield County, Virginia
..........3 Magdalene Burton b: Abt. 1721
               + John Alday
..........3 Rachel Burton
               + Elizabeth Ware b: Abt. 1696, m: 1723, d: Aft. 1764
..........3 Jacob Burton b: Abt. 1725, d: 1764
               + Mary
..........3 Jesse Burton b: Abt. 1740, d: 1771
..........3 John Burton d: Abt. 1761 in Henrico County, Virginia
..........3 James Burton
..........3 Richard Burton
..........3 Edward Burton

.....2 John Burton

 

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FARRAR

 

 

John Holeman (1736-1837), the grandson of Captain James Holeman of the part of Henrico County that became Goochland County, Virginia married Elizabeth Burton (1738-1828), the daughter of Robert and Priscilla (Farrar) Burton, on May 20, 1770.

James Holeman (1715-1761), the father of John Holeman (1736-1837) participated in taking the inventory of the estate of Thomas Farrar. Thomas Farrar (1663-1742) was the uncle of Priscilla (Farrar) Burton.

GOOCHLAND COUNTY [This county grew out of Henrico County, Virginia in 1728]

28 Feb 1740
Will of Thomas Farrar
Son John Farrar
Daughters Martha, Sarah, Mary
Daughter Katherine Barnet
Granddaughter Mary Watkins
Granddaughter Elizabeth Farrar
Granddaughter Lucy Farrar
Wife Katherine Farrar  [daughter of Richard E Perrin (Abt. 1635-1695) and Katherine Royal (1642-1686)]
Son Joseph Farrar
Slaves are mentioned, but unnamed.
Wits: George Payne, John Watson, Edward Moore, Joseph Hamilton
Proved 15 June 1742
DB 3, p. 561

9 July 1742
Inventory of Thomas Farrar, decd. taken but value not totaled, by George Payne, Phil Webber, James Holman; rec. 20 July 1742 (Wills 1742-1745, p. 43)

[Note: George Payne (1707-1784), son of George Payne (1680-1743) and Mary Woodson (1678-1766) married Judith Burton (born about 1731), the sister of the Elizabeth Burton (1738-1828) who married John Holeman (1736-1837)]



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William Farrar b: 1627 in Henrico Co., Virginia; Farrar's Island, d: Feb 01, 1678 in Henrico County, Virginia
     + Mary Piggot b: 1627 in Henrico Co., Virginia, m: 1653, d: 1676 in Henrico Co., Virginia

.....2 William Farrar b: 1657 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: Apr 03, 1721 in Henrico County, Virginia
          + (first wife) Priscilla Baugh b: Abt. 1659 in Henrico Co., Virginia, m: Abt. 1681, d: Abt. 1706 in Henrico Co., Virginia
..........3 William Farrar b: 1682 in Henrico Co., Virginia; Farrar's Island, d: Jun 19, 1744 in Goochland Co., Virginia
               + Sarah Farrar b: 1693 in Henrico Co., Virginia, d: Jun 10, 1744 in Goochland Co., Va (first cousin)
...............4 Thomas Farrar b: Abt. 1723, d: Abt. Sep 1761 in Goochland County, Virginia
                   + Elizabeth b: 1723, m: Nov 23, 1756 in Goochland County, Virginia, d: 1778
...............4 William Farrar b: Abt. 1725
                   + Mary Williams
...............4 Richard Farrar b: 1727 in Henrico County, Virginia
                   + Elizabeth Saunders b: 1730 in New Kent County, Virginia, m: 1749
...............4 Joseph Farrar b: Abt. 1730 in Goochland Co., Virginia, d: Oct 20, 1777 in Charlotte County, Virginia
                   + Susannah Jordan b: Oct 10, 1736 in Goochland Co., Virginia, m: Nov 23, 1755 in Goochland Co., Va
...............4 Perrin Farrar b: 1736 in Goochland Co., Virginia, d: Mar 14, 1785 in Louisa County, Virginia
                   + Sarah Lacy b: 1738 Hanover Co.,Va, m: Dec 30, 1757, d: Nov 14, 1785 in Louisa Co., Virginia
..........3 Priscilla Farrar b: 1690 in Henrico Co., Virginia; Farrar's Island, d: 1768 in Goochland County, Virginia
               + Robert Burton b: 1687 in Henrico Co., Va; Longdale, m: 1716, d: Oct 18, 1748 in Goochland Co., Va
...............4 Robert Burton b: 1718 in Goochland County, Virginia, d: Abt. 1774 in Orange Co., North Carolina
                   + Christian   m: Abt. 1739
                   + Sarah Jordan m: May 17, 1752 in Goochland County, Virginia, d: Bef. 1757 in Virginia
                   + Judith Laforce b: Abt. 1728 in Goochland Co., Va, m: Oct 13, 1757 in Goochland Co., Va, d: Aft. 1804
...............4 William Burton b: Abt. 1720 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: 1778
                   + Rebecca Cobbs m: 1748 in Goochland County, Virginia
...............4 Priscilla Burton b: 1723 in Henrico County, Virginia
                   + Stephen Sanders b: Dec 11, 1714 in New Kent Co., Virginia, m: Abt. 1742 in Goochland Co., Virginia
...............4 Anne Burton b: 1725 in Goochland County, Virginia; St James Northam parish
...............4 Judith Burton b: Abt. 1727 in Henrico County, Virginia
                   + George Payne b: Nov 21, 1707, m: May 15, 1778, d: Mar 15, 1784 in Goochland Co., Virginia
...............4 Nowell Burton b: Abt. 1729 in Goochland Co., Virginia, d: May 1769 in Goochland County, Virginia
                   + Lucy Barrett b: Abt. 1736 in Goochland Co., Va, m: Abt. 1755, d: 1777 in Orange Co., North Carolina
...............4 Elizabeth Burton b: Sep 24, 1738 in Goochland Co., Va, d: Sep 24, 1828 in Hempstead County, Arkansas
                   + John Holeman b: Dec 25, 1736 in Goochland Co. Va, m: May 20, 1770, d: Abt. 1837 in Arkansas
...............4 Obedience Burton d: Aft. 1795
                   + John Bryan b: Abt. 1723, m: Bef. Nov 1754 in Henrico Co., Va, d: Mar 24, 1786 in Richmond, Virginia
..........3 Abell Farrar
..........3 George Farrar
               + Judith Jefferson

          + (second wife) Mary Tanner b: 1662, d: 1721, widow of William Ligon

.....2 Thomas Farrar b: 1663 in Henrico Co., Va; Farrar's Island, d: Jun 1742 in Goochland County, Virginia
          + (first wife) Mary Harris Ligon b: 1663, m: 1682 in Henrico County, Virginia
..........3 Thomas Farrar b: Abt. 1685
          + (second wife) Katherine Perrin b: 1670 in New Kent Co., Va, m: Oct 01, 1686, d: May 1747 in Goochland Co., Va
..........3 Sarah Farrar b: 1693 in Henrico Co., Virginia, d: Jun 10, 1744 in Goochland County, Virginia
               + William Farrar b: 1682 in Henrico County, Virginia, d: Jun 19, 1744 in Goochland Co., Va (first cousin)
...............4 Thomas Farrar b: Abt. 1723, d: Abt. Sep 1761 in Goochland County, Virginia
                  + Elizabeth b: 1723, m: Nov 23, 1756 in Goochland County, Virginia, d: 1778
...............4 William Farrar b: Abt. 1725
                  + Mary Williams
...............4 Richard Farrar b: 1727 in Henrico County, Virginia
                  + Elizabeth Saunders b: 1730 in New Kent County, Virginia, m: 1749
...............4 Joseph Farrar b: Abt. 1730 in Goochland Co., Virginia, d: Oct 20, 1777 in Charlotte County, Virginia
                  + Susannah Jordan b: Oct 10, 1736 in Goochland Co., Virginia, m: Nov 23, 1755 in Goochland Co., Va
...............4 Perrin Farrar b: 1736 in Goochland Co., Virginia, d: Mar 14, 1785 in Louisa County, Virginia
                  + Sarah Lacy b: 1738 in Hanover Co., Virginia, m: Dec 30, 1757, d: Nov 14, 1785 in Louisa Co., Virginia
..........3 Mary Farrar b: 1700 in New Kent County, Virginia, d: 1746 in Orange County, North Carolina
               + Joseph Watkins b: 1695, d: 1738
...............4 Mary Watkins b: 1734
                  + Henry Willis b: 1734 in Pennsylvania, m: Nov 03, 1755 in Goochland Co., Va, d: 1812 in Monroe Co., WVa
..........3 Perrin Farrar b: Abt. 1691
..........3 William Farrar
..........3 Catherine Farrar b: 1700, d: 1763
               + John Barnett b: 1680, d: 1755
...............4 Joseph Barnett b: Oct 03, 1731 in Goochland Co., Va, d: Mar 01, 1802 in Spartanburg Co., South Carolina
                  + Lucy Wade b: 1729, m: Oct 03, 1754 in Goochland County, Virginia, d: 1812
...............4 Frances Barnett d: Aft. Apr 1799
                  + Benjamin Burnett
..........3 John Farrar
..........3 Joseph Farrar b: Abt. 1696 in Henrico Co., Virginia, d: 1749 in Goochland County, Virginia
               + Mary Royal b: Abt. 1705 in Chesterfield Co., Virginia, m: 1725 in Chesterfield Co., Va (widow of Josiah Woodson)
...............4 Joseph Royall Farrar b: Abt. 1740 in Virginia, d: 1796 in Fayette County, Kentucky; Lexington
                  + Phoebe Harris m: Aug 03, 1762 in Cumberland County, Virginia
                  + Mary Gaines m: 1774 in Cumberland County, Virginia
                  + Jane Ford m: 1783 (widow of Major Hugh Moss. Married third Captain Joseph Rogers of Bryant Station, Ky)
...............4 Lucy Farrar
...............4 Mary Farrar
                  + Morris

.....2 Martha Farrar b: 1664
          + Walter Shipley

.....2 Cecily Farrar b: Aft. 1665 in Henrico County, Virginia; Farrar's Island
          + Michael Turpin b: 1657, d: May 1701 in Henrico County, Virginia
..........3 Michael Turpin b: 1690, d: Aft. 1736
               + Mary Lusby
...............4 Lusby Turpin b: Abt. 1728, d: Abt. 1791 in Henrico County, Virginia
                  + Sarah Redford
..........3 John Turpin

.....2 John Farrar b: 1670 in Henrico County, Virginia; Farrar's Island, d: Abt. 1720
          + Temperence "Tempe" Brown b: 1665, m: Nov 11, 1691 in Henrico Co., Va, d: 1722 (widow of Thomas Batte)
..........3 John Sutton Farrar b: Abt. 1693, d: Bef. 1730 in Goochland County, Virginia               
               + (first wife) Elizabeth Hancock m: Bef. 1726
...............4 Temperance Farrar
                  + John Laprade m: Jan 12, 1748 in Goochland County, Virginia
               + (second wife) Martha m: Abt. 1727
...............4 John Sutton Farrar b: Abt. 1729 in Goochland County, Virginia
                  + Susanna Patman m: Abt. 1769

 

Note: 

Browning, Charles H. (ed.). The American Historical Register and Monthly Gazette of the Patriotic-Hereditary Societies of the United States of America. (Philadelphia: The Historical Register Publishing Company), 1002, Secondary quality.
" ... Her father was Major Hugh Moss and her mother was Jane Ford, both born in that vicinity [Goochland county]. Major Moss died in the year 1779. Mrs. Moss then married Captain Joseph R. Farrar, who came to Kentucky in the spring of 1775, settled near Lexington and died 1796. Mrs. F. then married Captain Joseph Rogers of Bryant Station and died in 1814. ..."

Joseph Royall Farrar (b: Abt. 1740, d: 1796) in 1783 married third Jane Ford. Jane Ford also was married three times: Hugh Moss, Joseph Royall Farrar, and Joseph Hale Rogers (1742-1834).
Joseph Hale Rogers (1742-1834) had a brother, William Rogers (1744-1828) who in 1764 married Nancy Johnson, the brother of the Cave Johnson who married Dora Francis Holeman (1886-1968).
Dora Francis Holeman (1886-1968) was the grandchild of Absolom B Holeman (Abt. 1800-1870) and his second wife, Joannah W Overstreet (1816-1845). [See Holmans in Tennessee]

 

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WOODSON

 

 


Robert Woodson, born 1634, married Elizabeth Ferris, daughter of Richard Ferris. There is a grant of land, 21 October, 1687, to Mr. Robert Woodson, Mr. Richard Ferris, Mr. Giles Carter, William Ferris and Roger Comins for 1785 acres, at White Oak Swamp, on north side of James River, in the parish of Varina, Virginia


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The Woodsons of Henrico County, Virginia have connections in Virginia to the Paynes, the Burtons, the Farrars, and the Capt James Holmans.

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Mary Woodson (1678-1766), daughter of Robert and Elizabeth (Ferris) Woodson, in 1704 in Goochland County, Virginia married George Payne (Abt 1680-1743) and had (1) Josias, born October 30, 1705, (2) George, born November 21, 1707, (3) Robert, born November 16, 1709, (4) John, born December 4, 1713. (Douglas Register.). Their son, George Payne (1707-1784), in 1778 married Judith Burton (born Abt 1727), the daughter of the Robert Burton (1687-1748) who in 1716 married Priscilla Farrar (1690-1768).
Judith Burton (born Abt 1727) was the sister of Elizabeth Burton (1738-1828), wife of John Holeman (1736-Abt 1837), the son of James Holeman (1715-1761) and Frances Jane Bondurant (1717-1777), and the grandson of Captain James Holeman of Henrico County, Virginia.

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John Woodson, son of Robert and Elizabeth (Ferris) Woodson, married Judith Tarleton, daughter of Stephen Tarleton.
Josiah Woodson, son of John and Judith (Tarleton) Woodson, married Mary Royal, daughter of Joseph Royall and Elizabeth Kennon, and had: sons John (married Dorothea Randolph) and Joseph (married Sarah Crouch), and daughter, Elizabeth (married Abraham Sallee).
After the death of Josiah Woodson, Mary (Royal) Woodson in 1725 married Joseph Farrar (Abt 1696-1749), son of Thomas Farrar (1663-1742) and his second wife, Katherine Perrin (1670-1747). 
James Holeman (1715-1761), the father of John Holeman (1736-1837) participated in taking and inventory of the estate of Thomas Farrar (1663-1742).

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Stephen Woodson, great grandson of Robert and Elizabeth (Ferris) Woodson in May 9, 1758 in Goochland County, Virginia married Lucy Farrar.
Stephen Woodson (born Jan 11, 1759), son of Stephen and Lucy (Farrar) Woodson married Mary Holman.
Mary Holman was the daughter of James Holeman (1715-1761) and Frances Jane Bondurant (1717-1777), and the grand daughter of Captain James Holeman of Henrico County, Virginia.

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Benjamin Woodson (born Abt 1666), son of Robert and Elizabeth (Ferris) Woodson, acquired about 1500 acres in Goochland County, Virginia. Some or all of this land was left to his five sons. [deed dated December 10, 1747, of Joseph Woodson, Jr., William Woodson, Jr., John Woodson, Jr., and Robert Woodson, Jr., all of Goochland, surviving partners of a tract in Goochland, formerly granted to them April 11, 1732, and to a certain Benjamin Woodson since dead.]

The William Woodson mentioned below is the son of Benjamin Woodson (born Abt 1666) and Sarah Porter.

William Woodson deeded land in 1727 to Henry Holman patented by his father Benjamin Woodson, deceased. (Henry Holman (1685-Abt 1740) is the brother of Captain James Holeman of Henrico County, Virginia.)


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The Woodsons of Henrico County, Virginia have connections to the "Tandy" Holmans in Virginia.

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Judith Burton (born about 1731), the daughter of Robert and Priscilla (Farrar) Burton, on May 15, 1778 married George Payne (1707-1784), son of George Payne (1680-1743) and Mary Woodson (1678-1766). Mary Jordan Payne (born 1780), the grand daughter of George and Judith (Burton) Payne, in 1804 married George Holeman (1766-1854). George Holeman (1766-1854) and his brother, Captain Tandy Holman (1756-1836), were sons of William Holeman (1725-1796), and grandsons of Tandy H Holeman (1695-1735) and Mary Wagstaff.

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Benjamin Woodson (born Abt 1666), son of Robert and Elizabeth (Ferris) Woodson, acquired about 1500 acres in Goochland County, Virginia. Some or all of this land was left to his five sons. [deed dated December 10, 1747, of Joseph Woodson, Jr., William Woodson, Jr., John Woodson, Jr., and Robert Woodson, Jr., all of Goochland, surviving partners of a tract in Goochland, formerly granted to them April 11, 1732, and to a certain Benjamin Woodson since dead.]

The William Woodson mentioned below is the son of Benjamin Woodson (born Abt 1666) and Sarah Porter.

In 1737, William Woodson deeded to Henry Tandy, of Henrico, part of 1500 acres granted to William, Benjamin Woodson, Jr., Joseph Woodson, Jr., John Woodson, Jr., and Robert Woodson, Jr., part of 1500 acres granted to them April 11, 1732. (Goochland county records.)

I have not identified this Henry Tandy. [This may be Henry (1686-1741), the son of Henry Nappa Tandy and Priscilla Watson Tandy.]

These two individuals (Woodson and Holeman) were neighbors:

* John Woodson, Jr. (born Abt 1747), who was the son of John Woodson, Sr. (b. 1696) and Mary Miller of Southern Parish, Cumberland County, Virginia, married first Joanna Booker and after Joanna’s death about 1780, John Woodson, Jr married Elizabeth Raine, the widow of John Venable. John Woodson, Sr. (b. 1696) was the son of Benjamin Woodson (born Abt 1666) and Sarah Porter.

* John Holman, Sr (1731-1818) and his wife Susanna Yancey. John Holman, Sr (1731-1818) was the son of Tandy H Holeman (1695-1735) and Mary Wagstaff.

Note:
Susanna Woodson, daughter of John Woodson, Sr. (b. 1696) and Mary Miller, married William Ligon
Mary Ann "Polly" Ligon, daughter of William and Susanna (Woodson) Ligon, married Yancy Holeman, son of John Holeman, Sr (1731-1818) and Susannah Yancey.


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Descendants of the Woodsons of Henrico County, Virginia have connections in Missouri with the Carsons of Washington County, Virginia and Rockcastle County, Kentucky .

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Joseph Woodson (1664-1735), son of Robert and Elizabeth (Ferris) Woodson, in 1701 married his first cousin, once removed, Mary Jane Woodson (Abt 1686-1735), daughter of John Woodson (1655-1700) and Mary Tucker.
Their son, Tucker Woodson (1664-1735) married twice: 1) Sarah Hughes (1723-1760) and 2) Mary Netherland (1721-1775).

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Samuel Hughes Woodson, Sr. (born 1752), son of Tucker Woodson (1664-1735) and his first wife Sarah Hughes (1723-1760), married twice: 
1) Elizabeth Payne (1760-1854), daughter of George Payne (1707-1784) and Judith Burton (born Abt 1727).
2) Ann Randolph Meade (born 1782)

Samuel Hughes Woodson, Sr. (born 1752) and Ann Randolph Meade (born 1782) had a son, Samuel Hughes Woodson, Jr. (born 1815 in Jessamine County, Kentucky)


A History of Northwest Missouri, Volume II
by Walter Williams 1864-1935
pg 1272-1273

Collins' History of Kentucky states that for several years Samuel Hughes Woodson, Sr., and Henry Clay alternated in the office of grand master of the Masonic Lodge of Kentucky, Mr. Woodson holding the office in 1819 and 1821, while the great commoner was grand master in 1820 and 1822. The senior Samuel H. Woodson from 1820 to 1824 was a member of Congress, representing the Ashland, the home district of Henry Clay.

Samuel H. Woodson, Jr., who was born in Jessamine County, Kentucky, in 1814, and educated in Centre College at Danville, after coming to Missouri became a prominent factor in the law and public life of the state. He was elected a member of the constitutional convention of 1845, was a member of the Missouri Legislature in 1850, was a member of Congress from 1856 to 1861, and died in 1881 while serving as judge of the Circuit Court of Jackson County. He was a democrat, and was attached to no particular church.

William Hamilton Woodson was born at Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, January 6, 1840, and was educated at the same school attended by his father, Centre College, in Danville. Since 1866 he has been in the active practice of the law at Liberty. During the war he served in the Confederate army, reaching the rank of colonel at the age of twenty-one. and was on the staff of General James S. Rains and General John B. Clark, Sr. He was five times elected prosecuting attorney of Clay County, and in the last two elections received the largest number of votes and the largest majority given to any candidates on the local ticket. He was democratic nominee for the State Senate and came within a few votes of getting the democratic nomination for Congress. He has also served as city attorney of Liberty, and for two terms was judge of probate. Since 1867 Judge Woodson has been a member of the Masonic fraternity, and is a charter member of the Knights of Pythias, which recently celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the order's founding.
  
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Wade Netherland Woodson (1763-1847), son of Tucker Woodson (1664-1735) and his second wife Mary Netherland (1721-1775) married twice:
1) Mary Harris (1767-1822), daughter of Col. John Harris, and his wife, Obedience Turpin, daughter of Thomas Turpin and Mary Jefferson, sister of President Thomas Jefferson.
2) Alice Chick

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Annals of Platte County, Missouri: From Its Exploration Down to June 1, 1897; with Genealogies of Its Noted Families, and Sketches of Its Pioneers and Distinguished People ...
pages 967-970
THE WOODSON family.

Tucker Woodson (i) m'd 2d, Mary Netherland
Ch:

[h] Wade N. Woodson, of Goochland Co., Va., m'd 1st, Mary Harris, dr. of John Harris, of Powhatan Co., Va., whose wife, Obedience, was daughter of Thomas and Mary Jefferson Turpin, a sister of President Thomas Jefferson. Judith, another daughter of Col. John Harris, m'd Senator John J. Crittenden. 

The children of Wade and Mary were: 

[a] Thos. J. Woodson (i), m'd in 1825 Sallie Redd
Ch: 
[1] Mary Woodson, m'd in 1840 Wm. Garrett, of Clay; 
[2] Sallie Woodson, m'd in 1850 Jas. D. Carson

Thos. J. Woodson m'd 2d, in' 1831, Martha Gilbert
Ch: 
[3] Thos. J. Woodson (ii), m'd Emma Mitchell; 
(4) Martha Woodson, m'd Samuel Hayes; 
[5] Adeline, m'd in 1852 Andrew Dysart
[6] Ellen, m'd Geo. Frame. 

[b] Emily Woodson; 
[c] Mary W.; 
[d] John P.; 
[e] Charlotte; 
[f] Benjamin Jourdan Woodson. 

Wade N. Woodson m'd 2d, in 1815, Alice Cheek
Ch: 
[g ] Silas Woodson, governor of Missouri; 
[h] Wade Woodson (ii), m'd Elizabeth Stewart.

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Note:
James Dysart Carson
born: Apr 13, 1821 Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky
died: Aug 23, 1877 St Joseph, Buchanan County, Missouri
son of 
Charles Campbell Carson, son of David Carson (1741-1803) of Washington County, Virginia
born: Jul 18, 1786 Abingdon, Washington County, Virginia
died: Mar 15, 1863 St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., Missouri
and
Elizabeth Dysart, daughter of James Dysart (1744-1818) and Nancy Agnes Beattie (1754-1833)
born: Dec 11, 1791 Brook Hall, Abingdon, Virginia
died: Mar 29, 1879 St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., Missouri

Note:
Andrew Cowan Dysart (born Nov 24, 1821 in Rockcastle County, Kentucky), son of Johnston Dysart (1787-1826) married Adaline Jane Woodson (born 1832 in Knox County, Kentucky). Two of the sisters of Johnston Dysart (1787-1826) married sons of David Carson (1741-1803) of Washington County, Virginia.

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SNEAD/SNEED

 

 

I have found two connections between the Holmans and the Sneads:

* Sarah Holeman (1740-1777), daughter of Henry Holeman (1685-1740) and Mourning Bowles (1685-1752), married Archibald Snead (1740-1781), son of John Snead (Bef 1715-1782) and Susanna Poindexter.

* Charles Holeman (1762-1816) and Richard Holeman (c1759-c1839) of Person County, North Carolina (sons of Richard Holeman and Jane Carlise) interacted with the family of Samuel Snead (about 1723-about 1806) and his wife Jane Dudley.

 

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Holmans and Sneads in Henrico County, Virginia



Research on the Sneed/Snead family by Richard B. Baldauf and others indicated that John Snead, born before 1715, and Benjamin Snead, born in 1721, were sons of William Snead of Henrico County, Virginia (b.1690) and grandsons of John Snead of New Kent County, Virginia.

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John Snead (born before 1715), son of William Snead of Henrico County, Virginia (b.1690)

John Snead (born before 1715 in New Kent County and died 1782 in Hanover County, Virginia) and his wife, Susanna Poindexter, had two sons: John Snead (1735-1812) and Archibald Snead (1740-1781)

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John Snead (1735-1812), son of John Snead (born before 1715 in New Kent County)

John Snead (1735-1812) of Hanover County, Virginia around 1760 married second Jane Winn. Apparently the children/grandchildren of the first wife sued the widow, Jane Winn, and her children regarding the estate of the late John Snead.

October 26, 1812, Virginia Argus: In Chancery - In Hanover County Court, July 24th, 1812: 

RICHARD SNEAD, JOHN SNEAD, RICHARD GLAZEBROOK & KITTURA his wife, late KITTURA SNEAD, CHARLES ANDERSON and ELIZABETH his wife, late ELIZABETH SNEAD, WILLIAM HARRIS and KEZIAH his wife, late KEZIAH SNEAD, and NATHANIEL HOLMAN and ALICE his wife, late ALICE SNEAD, which Richard and John Snead, and the said female complaints, are children and distributes of the estate of the late JOHN SNEAD, deceased, plaintiffs.

Against: ROBERT SNEAD, adm’r of John Snead, dec’d, BILLEY SNEAD, PARTRICK SNEAD, JANE HARRIS, late JANE SNEAD, admix of her late husband DAVID HARRS, THOMAS PRIDDY and MARY his wife, late MARY SNEAD, WILLIAM E. HARRIS and ANNE his wife, late ANNE SNEAD; JOHN, JANE and CATHERINE SNEAD, which last three are infant children and heirs of AUGUSTINE SNEAD, dec’d son of the said JOHN SNEAD, dec’d, ELIZABETH and NANCY HARRIS, infant children of MARTHA HARRIS, dec’d, late MARTHA SNEAD, daughter of the said JOHN SNEAD, deceased, defendants.

The Nathaniel Holman (1761-1813) who married Alice Snead (1761-1791), daughter of John Snead (1735-1812) and Jane Winn (1742-1812), is the son of Nathaniel Holeman (1735-1804) and Ann Winn (1734-1808). Nathaniel Holeman (1735-1804) is the son of Henry Holeman (1685-1740) and Mourning Bowles (1685-1752).

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Archibald Snead (1740-1781), son of John Snead (born before 1715 in New Kent County)

Archibald Snead (1740-1781) in 1756 in Hanover County, Virginia married first Sarah Holeman (1740-1777) daughter of Henry Holeman (1685-1740) and Mourning Bowles (1685-1752). [Her uncle, Benjamin Bowles, was the guardian of Sarah Holman when she eloped with Archibald Sneed in 1756.] 
Archibald Snead (1740-1781) and Sarah Holeman (1740-1777) named one of their sons "Holman".


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Benjamin Sneed (born in 1721), son of William Snead of Henrico County, Virginia (b.1690)

Benjamin Sneed born in 1721 in Albemarle Co., VA; died 1819 near Danville, Kentucky. He married Mary Ann Perry, granddaughter of John Sorrell, about 1750. Benjamin Snead was a schoolmaster on Buck Island, where he was a tutor of the Jefferson and Randolph children, (and according to his obituary, the first tutor of President Thomas Jefferson.) [Boyle County, Kentucky was created in 1842 from Mercer and Lincoln Counties. County seat is Danville.]

[Note: In 1737 in Goochland County, Virginia, George Payne, James Holman, and Henry Holman witnessed a deed by John Sorrell. John Sorrell was the grandfather of the Mary Ann Perry who married Benjamin Snead (b 1721).]

Children of Benjamin and Mary Ann (Perry) Sneed:

* John Mills Sneed born Feb. 2, 1755; died Dec. 21, 1855; married Nov. 10, 1784, Sarah Johnson, daughter of James & Mildred (Mims) Johnson of Goochland Co., Virginia. 
He was private secretary to Thomas Jefferson, a volunteer in the expedition against the Cherokee Indians, a soldier in the Rev. War, a friend of Daniel Boone. 
He relocated to Danville, Kentucky (in the part of Lincoln County that became Boyle County) in 1805. 
He named one of his sons John Holman Sneed born May 4, 1792; died June 4, 1876

* Peggy Sneed married Richard Johnson

* Susannah Sneed married George Farris
[Note: Benjamin Snead (born 1721) and his son-in-law, George Farris, were involved in litigation with David Higginbotham in Albemarle County, Virginia.]
[Question: Is this George Farris related to the George Farris (born 1776 in Laurel County, Kentucky) who married Martha McNeil (grand daughter of Neal McNeil) in Knox County in 1803?]

* Frances Sneed married David Garth (born about1751 Louisa Co., VA; died 1823 Henry Co. KY; soldier in Rev. War; son of John Garth)

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John Sneed in the 1830 United States Federal Census (John Mills Snead?)

Name: John Sneed
Home in 1830 (City, County, State): Garrard, Kentucky
Free White Persons - Males - 70 thru 79: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 70 thru 79: 1
Total Free White Persons: 2
Total Slaves: 5
Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 7
On the same page
Surname Given Name     Total Free White Persons     Total Slaves 
King Abraham                         9                                     x
Farney Elizabeth                     5                                     x
Willson Nancy                         2                                     4
King Russle                             4                                     1 
Sneed John                               2                                     5 
Hughes William                       9                                     1 
Sneed Alexander                     6                                     16
Roberts Jesse                            5                                     x
Farley Peter                             7                                     5
Source Citation
1830; Census Place: Garrard, Kentucky; Series: M19; Roll: 36; Page: 207; Family History Library Film: 0007815


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Two sons of John Mills Snead (born Feb. 2, 1755)

Alex Sneed in the 1850 United States Federal Census
Name: Alex Sneed [Alexander Snead, born Nov 03, 1786 in Albemarle County, Virginia]
Age: 62
Birth Year: abt 1788
Birthplace: Virginia
Home in 1850: District 2, Boyle, Kentucky
Gender: Male
Family Number: 451
Household Members: 
Name Age
451 Sneed Alex             62     1788     Male     Virginia
451 Sneed Elisabeth C  58     1792     Female     Virginia [Elizabeth Campbell, born Jan 10, 1790 in Washington Co., VA]
451 Sneed Alex H         21     1829     Male     Kentucky
451 Sneed Sarah C        18     1832     Female     Kentucky
451 Sneed John             25     1825     Male     Virginia
451 Moore Robert C     23     1827     Male     Kentucky
451 Jackson James        19     1831     Male     Louisiana
Source Citation
Year: 1850; Census Place: District 2, Boyle, Kentucky; Roll: M432_192; Page: 378B; Image: 533

John H Sneed in the 1850 United States Federal Census
Name: John H Sneed [John Holman Snead, born May 04, 1792]
Age: 58
Birth Year: abt 1792
Birthplace: Virginia
Home in 1850: District 2, Boyle, Kentucky, USA
Gender: Male
Family Number: 132
Household Members: 
132 Sneed John H         58     1792     Male     Virginia
132 Sneed Elisabeth     48     1802     Female     Kentucky [Elizabeth Finley]
132 Sneed John A         19     1831     Male     Iowa [index error: originial shows "I. A." or "J. A."?]
132 Sneed Sarah            17     1833     Female     Kentucky
132 Sneed Jessie S         15     1835     Male     Kentucky
132 Sneed Mary J         13     1837     Female     Kentucky
132 Sneed David F        11     1839     Male     Kentucky
132 Sneed Nelson R       8     1842     Male     Kentucky
132 Sneed Robert           7     1843     Male     Kentucky
Source Citation
Year: 1850; Census Place: District 2, Boyle, Kentucky; Roll: M432_192; Page: 355B; Image: 487


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Holmans and Sneads in Person County, North Carolina

 


Research by Deloris Williams in her website "North Carolina Roots" shows that Charles Holeman (1762-1816) and Richard Holeman (c1759-c1839) of Person County, North Carolina (sons of Richard Holeman and Jane Carlise) interacted with the family of Samuel Snead (about 1723-about 1806) and his wife Jane Dudley.

Captain (NC Militia from Granville County) Samuel Snead
Birth: 1723 in King William County, Virginia 
Death: 10 Aug 1806 in Person County, North Carolina

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Title: PERSON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA DEED BOOKS, 1792-1825 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations
Author: Kendall, Katharine Kerr.
Publication: Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1994.

Deed Book D:
Page 157 OSBORNE JEFFREYS SEN. to OSBORNE JEFFREYS JUN., for 20 lbs, 700 A on Flat R adj JOHN COMMINS, JNO CATES, LEMUEL SNEED, SAMUEL SNEED purchased of JOHN ALLISON. 12 Mar 1806. Wit: ALLEN MILLER, JAMES COCHRAN, JNO COMINS, CHAS HOLEMAN, DNL FARMER.

[Samuel Snead (about 1723-about 1806) and his son, Lemuel Sneed, d. 1825]

Deed Book D: 
Page 309-10 ELIJAH DAY to THOMAS SNEED in trust for 78˘, 104.1 A on Flat R adj FRANCIS TAYLOR, CHARLES HOLEMAN, CHARLES ROUNTREE - to satisfy debt due LAWRENCE V. HARGIS & CO., merchants, for $120. 18 Nov 1811. Wit: SAML YARBROUGH.

[Thomas Snead (1772-1825), son of Samuel Snead (about 1723-about 1806) and his wife Jane Dudley]

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North Carolina
Person County
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions
December Term 1825

To the Worshipful Justices of said Court
The Petition of ELIZABETH SNEED
Respectfully sheweth unto your worships that your petitioner the widow and relict of LEMUEL SNEED who departed this life intestate some time in the month of February last possessed of stock, crop and provisions, and other personal property.
Your petitioner humbly prayeth your worships to appoint three freeholders and a Justice of the Peace to lay off and allot to her a years maintenance for herself and family out of said property and report their proceedings to the next term of this Court, according to the acts of Assembly in such cases made and provided and your petitioner will ever pray.
P.H. MANGUM
Atto. for Petitioner
Freeholders:
RICHARD HOLEMAN
ANDREW GRAY
LAWRENCE V. HARGIS
CHA' HOLEMAN, Justice


We the undersigned Subscribers met on the 17th December 1825 and divided the Negroes agreeable to the order as directed given under our hands & seals the 17th December 1825.
RICHARD HOLEMAN
JAMES COTHRAN
L.V. HARGIS
SAM. WEBB


Allotted to ELIZA SNEED widow of LEMUEL SNEED dec'd for one year's allowance from December Term 1825 agreeable to an order to us directed from the worshipful Court of Person County at sd December Term, Dec. 19, 1825.
Test
CHARLES HOLEMAN
RICHARD HOLEMAN
ANDREW GRAY
J.V. HARGIS

[Lemuel Sneed (d. 1825), son of Samuel Snead (about 1723-about 1806) and his wife Jane Dudley]

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Will of ELIZABETH SNEED - 1835
Person County, Wills & Inventories 1831-1835
Page 329
Notes Due at deceased death:
Moses Chambers & James Holeman
J. R. Sneed
J. R. Sneed & Thomas Burton
Thomas Sneed

[Elizabeth Redd, widow of Lemuel Sneed, d. 1825; daughter of John Redd & Catherine Sneed of King & Queen Co., VA]


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Person County, NC, Wills, Inventories 1807-1811
November Term 1809, Pg. 140-141
A List of Sale of JOHN SNEED property sold 5th October 1809.
1 Bay mare to CHARLES HOLEMAN

[John Snead (Abt. 1757-Abt. 1808), son of Samuel Snead (about 1723-about 1806) and his wife Jane Dudley]

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Person County Wills & Inventories, 1817-1820, Page 285:
A List of articles Sold the 3rd day of June 1819 property of SUSANNAH SNEEDE dec?d on a credit until Christmas next (Say 25th December 1819)
Rich?d Holdman 1 Dutch oven 2 50

[Susanna "Suckey" Redd (Abt. 1768-Abt. 1819), widow of John Snead (Abt. 1757-Abt. 1808), son of Samuel Snead (about 1723-about 1806) and his wife Jane Dudley]


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A List of Sales of THOMAS SNEED dec'd made by JONATHAN P. SNEED Adm'r on the 17th of November 1825 at 12 Months Credit.
Names of those who purchased property in the sale were:
CHARLES HOLEMAN
JAMES HOLEMAN
THOMAS BURTON

[Thomas Sneed (1772-1825), son of Samuel Snead (about 1723-about 1806) and his wife Jane Dudley]


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State of North Carolina
Person County
Sept Term 1827
Ordered that CHARLES HOLMAN Esqr, RICHARD HOLMAN, LEWIS DANIEL & PHILLIPS MOORE be appointed Commissioners to lay of and allOtt to JACOBINA SNEED widow& relative of DUDLEY SNEED Dec'd one years allowance from the money & provisions on hand and report to next Term of this Court under their hand and seals as agreeable to law.
Test
JESSE DICKINS CCC



North Carolina
Person County
Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions
June Term A.D.1829

In pursuance to an order of the County Court of Person at September term 1827 we proceeded to lay of and allott to JACOBINA SNEED widow and relict of DUDLEY SNEED dec'd one years allowance from the monies and provisions on hand of said deceased.

RICHARD HOLEMAN
LEWIS DANIEL
PHILLIPS MOORE

I CHARLES HOLEMAN of the Justices of the Peace in & for the County of Person & State of North Carolina do certify that the above is the allowance made by the commissioners appointed as above mentioned after being duly sworn.
CHARLES HOLEMAN JP


[Dudley Snead (born about 1798), son of Thomas Sneed (1772-1825) and his wife, Nancy Ann Parker]


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State of North Carolina
Person County
Pursuant to an order of the worshipful County Court of this County aforesaid we have proceeded to audit and settle the Account Current of LOFTON WALTON JUN'R, Adm'r in the estate of CATHARINE REDD dec'd and find a balance due from the Administrator of Eleven Hundred and Sixty seven dollars 
Seventy eight and 1/2 cents given under our hands & seals this 19th day of March 1839.
THOMAS WEBB
JAS. HOLEMAN
CHARLES HOLEMAN

[Catherine Redd (born about 1777) was the aunt of Candis Snead (Abt. 1797-Abt. 1830), the first wife of Thomas Burton (Abt. 1796-Abt. 1854). Thomas Burton (Abt. 1796-Abt. 1854) was the son of Julius Allen Burton (Abt. 1764-Abt. 1811) and Nancy Clayton.]


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Children of Samuel Snead (about 1723-about 1806) and his wife Jane Dudley

* John Snead (born about 1757; died about1808 in Person County, NC) married Susanna "Suckey" Redd.
* Lemuel Snead (born about 1775 in Granville Co., NC; died Feb 1825 in Person Co., NC) married Elizabeth Redd.

Susanna "Suckey" Redd and Elizabeth Redd were sisters, daughters of John Redd (1733-1789) and Catherine Snead, and great grand daughters of Thomas Redd (1675-1743) and Sarah Ferguson (1684-1740). Sarah Ferguson (1684-1740) was the daughter of John Ferguson and Ann Stumbleson.

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Children of John Snead (about 1757-about 1808) and Susanna "Suckey" Redd

* Candis Snead (about 1797-about 1830) married Thomas Burton (about 1796-about 1854) [The second wife of Thomas Burton (about 1796-about 1854) was Elizabeth D Snead (born 1805 in Person County, North Carolina), the daughter of Lemuel Snead (about 1775-1825) and Elizabeth Redd.]
* Stephen Snead (born about 1805) married first Frances "Fanny" Burton (about 1792-about 1851), the widow of John Gooch (born about 1768).

Thomas Burton (about 1796-about 1854) and Frances "Fanny" Burton (about 1792-about 1851) were children of Allen Burton (about 1764-about 1811) and Nancy Clayton (about 1762-about 1859) and great grand children of Hutchins Burton (1694-1763) and Susanna Watson Allen (1694-1766).

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The "Wilson County" connection between Richard Holeman (1740-1789) of Person County, North Carolina and the Holmans of Henrico County, Virginia. (Wilson County, Tennessee was created in 1799 from Sumner County, Tennessee)


Charles Holeman (1762-1816), son of Richard Holeman (1740-1789) and Jane Carlisle (1735-1816), in his will left his land in "Willson County State of Tennessee lying on the South Side of Cumberland River opposite to Cairo" to his nephews: Charles Andrew Holeman and James L "Squire" Holeman. 

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WILSON CO., TN 1804 TAX LIST BY COMPANY
CAPT. CRAWLEYS DISTRICT:
Crabtree, Joseph         320 acres         Drake's Lick
Crabtree, William         320 acres         Drake's Lick
                                    640 acres         Sugg's Creek
                                    150 acres         McNeeley's Bend
Crabtree, James               ___
Crabtree, John                 ___
Holeman, Nathan           ___

LIST OF LANDS GIVEN IN BY NON RESIDENTS 1804:
Bledsoe, Anthony heirs
Farmer, Thomas
Holeman, Charles
Roberts, John
Sanders, Edward
Sanders, James
Sanders, William
Wilson, James
Wilson, John Jr.
Wilson, Zacheus
Wilson, James

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Is the Nathan Holeman in the 1804 Wilson Co., Tennessee tax list the Nathaniel Holeman (1761-1813) of Henrico County, Virginia who married Alice Sneed? He was the son of the Nathaniel Holeman (1735-1804) who married Ann Winn in 1762 in Hanover Co., Virginia.


Notes from Person County Heritage Book
At the same time that North Carolina Indians were being forced to relocate to Oklahoma, Charles Holeman and Richard Holeman (sons of Richard Holeman & Rebecca Margaret Daniel) walked to western Tennessee to hunt. 
[The forced relocation of the Cherokee Nation from their lands (in Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee) occurred between 1836 and 1839.] I have found no indication that these nephews relocated to Wilson County, Tennessee.



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