The following is from "The National Historic Society - - Confederate Veterans -- Volume IV 1896" GEN 973.742 C V4 Thought you might be interested as I noticed you had him listed on the "Col. John Holder" page. Attached is a picture from the same article.
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W. D. Holder, (William
Dunbar Holder) Major-General of the
Mississippi Division is a native of Madison County, Ky. His grandfather,
Col. John Holder, having gone from Culpeper County, Virginia, joined fortunes
with Daniel Boone in 1775, in the "dark and bloody ground" He bas honorable
mention in the Revolutionary records. His father (Richard
Calloway Holder) , who commanded a
company from Kentucky in the war of 1812, moved from Kentucky to Tennessee
in 1825; thence to Mississippi in 1839.
Colonel Holder finished his education in the schools of Aberdeen and Houston, Miss. He was appointed Deputy Clerk of the United States District Court at Pontotoc in 1843, and afterwards served as deputy marshal of said court. He volunteered in 1845- 46 in the war with Mexico, but was not accepted. He was elected to the State Legislature from Pontotoc County in 1853, serving one term. He married Miss Bowles, of Lafayette County, Miss., in 1854, and settled on a farm in Pontotoc County. At the beginning of the war between the States, he promptly organized a company and was elected Captain by acclamation. It became Company C, Seventeenth Mississippi Regiment, with W. S. Featherstone as Colonel. At the expiration of the term of their enlistment-twelve months-every man re-enlisted, and he was re-elected Captain unanimously.
Soon afterward, upon the promotion of Colonel Featherstone to Brigadier General, Captain Holder was elected Colonel of the regiment. He participated in the battles of First Manassas, Leesburg, Chickahominy "(the seven days' fight around Richmond)," Chancellorsvillc, and Gettysburg, besides numerous skirmishes. His thigh was broken, near the body, at Malvern Hill, and he received a wound in the abdomen., at Gettysburg, supposed to be fatal. This last named wound permanently disabled him. He was elected to the Confederate Congress, without canvass or solicitation, from the Eastern District of Mississippi, to succeed Gen. Ruben Davis. He did not resign his commission however, until the board of surgeons of Richmond, Va., after a careful examination, declared him wholly unfit for further service in the field. He served in Congress until the close of the war.
After the war he returned with his family to his farm in Pontotoc County, Miss. From there, in 1872, he moved for a short time to Shelby County, Tenn., but returned to Lafayette County, Miss. He was appointed Deputy State Auditor in 1886, and in 1895 was made Auditor of Public Accounts for the term of four years from January, 1896.
In Essex County VA, where the will of John Holder was filed in 1750, there are a number of estates on which he is listed as appraiser. In the settlement of debts in one estate 1750, there is a list of payments to a John Holder and a Gabriel Jones.
In the Fairfax deed of release to Luke Holder in Frederick County 1770, a witness is Gabriel Jones...not too common a name, I would think. But again Gabriel Jones is associated with Holders. This may be the source of the name Gabriel Holder
Submitted by Maxine Hobbs - Thank you Maxine from all Holders, it's excellent !
John Holder born about 1750 according to an
affadavit filed in KY saying he
was about 45 in 1797. Francis was John's younger brother and "The Filson
Papers" mentions a sister Margaret. Luke Holder consented to his daughter Margaret's marriage 1 June 1793 to George Routt in Clark Co. KY. Margaret married (2) Bevans. In one of the Rev. John D. Shane interviews with pioneers it was
reported Mrs. Peggy Bevans was dead - a note to the interview stated she was
a sister to Col. John Holder. (- Info from researchers in KY and NC)
There is much speculation on whether or not Capt. John Holder was married before his marriage to Fanny Calloway. A letter in a file from the Kentucky Historical Society in Frankfort KY, dated 1 May 1956 from the Regent of the John Marshall Chapter, DAR, states: "...Capt. John Holder who married 1st ____Drake and 2nd Frances Calloway..."
A MO researcher provides this information:
"Margaret Buchanan Drake Holder Jones (3 marriages) was the daughter of
Col. John Buchanan and Margaret Patton of Augusta Co. VA, married to Joseph
Drake in 1773... In 1778 Margaret, described as a 'widow with two infants'
was alone [her husband was killed by Indians shortly after they arrived
in Boonesborough]. She went to live on a farm with (or near) the boatyard
of Capt. John Holder ...no alliance with Margaret Drake is detailed except
in the text of a court suit paper. According to the document a daughter,
described as a 'natural' child, often used the surname Holder, but was
also know as Rhoda Drake. Rhoda claimed to have been
the first white child born in KY [Collins' History of Kentucky,p.512], but this has since been disproved. Another Holder daughter was remembered in Margaret Drake Holder Jones' will. Named Sabrina, she is believed to have been handicapped in some way..."
"Margaret's third husband was William Jones,
of Tennessee, and it is interesting
to note that members of all three families--Drake, Holder and Jones lived in and near Franklin Co.TN... Margaret's father, Col. John Buchanan, was a wealthy man and much of his estate was willed to Margaret. ...the Buchanan will was probated in 1769/70 and law suits were still being heard late into the mid-1800s. ...One of Margaret's sons, in a deposition, mentions his mother 'had seven children'. Two were Drake children - John and Mary (married Jesse Stovall); two were Holders - Rhoda and Sabrina; two were Jones - William and Jane (married Sims)."
KY Historical Society - 1956: "In the KY Historical
Society Register, Vol.28,
John Holder was appointed a Lt. Col. by Gov. Isaac Shelby in 1794, making him
Commandant of the 17th Regiment, Clark Co.KY. Capt. John Holder assisted in the
recapture of the daughters of Boone and Callaway, and afterwards married Frances Callaway. He was with Col. John Bowman on his expedition against the Ohio Indians in May 1775, and at 'Holder's Defeat' in Fayette in 1782. Quitting the fort at Boonesboro in 1781 he built his own station two miles below on the Kentucky River. As a subordinate officer under Col. Benj. Logan, his name is identified with every chapter in the history of the county while Madison was a part of the territory over which Logan's office of County Lt. extended.
Capt. Holder's move in 1781 to his own station placed him in Clark Co., when that county was formed in 1792. He had a boat yard at his place on the Kentucky River, now known as Combs Ferry."
A monument erected to Capt. Holder reads: "An
outstanding pioneer at Fort
Boonesborough, 1776-81. Among the rescuers of Calloway and Boone girls captured
by Indians. Named Colonel of the Militia, 1779. Engaged in expeditions against
Indians. In 1781 built Holder's Station and operated boatyard at the mouth of Howard's Creek. Led in the Battle of Upper Blue Licks, 1782. Trustee of Winchester, Justice Co. Court."
Register of the Kentucky Historical Society,
Vol.86, #4,p.329: The Defenders
and Hunters of Boonesborough, 1779, according to George M. Bedinger:
JNO. HOLDER, Jas. Estill, Sam Estill, Capt. Dav.Gass, Maj.Thos. Swearingen,
Benoni Sweringen, Col. Wm. Morgan, Ralph Morgan, John Taylor, Sam.Dusee, John
Strode, Jas. Duncan, John Constant, Jesse Hedges, John Gass, Wm. Cradlebaugh,
Jacob Stearns [Starns], Old Nicholas Proctor and sons Jos. and Reuben, Old
John South and sons Tom and Jack, another John South-distant relative, John
Martin, John Calloway, James Bathe [Beathe], James Berry, John Bankman, John
Haweson, Chas. Edw. Lochart, Aquilla White, Joseph Doniphan.
>From Winchester KY researcher, 1993: "He [Capt.Holder] died in debt - had gone bond for Robert Higgins, an early sheriff. I do not know what Higgins did but Holder and another bondsman lost everything. His children were put under guardianship to various relatives and a little later Frances [wife of John H.] remarried. A great grandson gave an interview with a Louisville news reporter and he told of visiting the graves of his famous ancestors - said that wooden tomb markers were at the graves of John and Frances Callaway Holder."
>From abstracts of the Pittsburgh Gazette [People
and Times of Western Penna.,
Vol.4 - Clara Duer, 1991,pp 84-85, 87, 89]: An account of the officers and enlisted men at Camp at French Town, Jan. 20, 1813 who went on to Presque Isle in the War of 1812 who "supported the double characters of Americans and Kentuckians." 12 were killed, 55 wounded, and one death from wounds.
Others taken prisoner. A List of Officers taken at French Town, January 22, 1813. James Winchester, Brig.Gen; Wm. Lewis, Lt.Col.; James Overton, Jun.A.D.Camp; George Madison, Major; James Garrard, Jun., B. Inspector; John McCalla, Adjutant; Polland Keen, Quarter Mater; John Todd, Surgeon. Captains: Richard Hightower, John Hamilton, Bland W. Ballard, S.L.Williams, Coalman Collier, Uriah Sabre, Henry James, RICHARD BLEDSOE, Jos. Keely. Lieutenants: CALEB HOLDER [17th Regiment, US Infantry], Ashton Ganard, Byran Rule, Wm. Moore, W.M.McGuire, John Higgins. Total 35 prisoners at Malden.
No wonder we all want to be associated with
him. However, family lore claims we are kin to this John Holder. Several
other Holder researchers have the same family tradition, so we all go looking
for John Holder hoping to find our own ancestors. It's there someplace!
RECORDS OF JOHN HOLDER
2 Apr 1770 Frederick, Co., VA, Deeds:Book 16, P.1217, deed of lease with Lord Fairfax
11-27-1775 Culpeper Co., VA, Ensign 2d,
2-23-1776 VA, Lieut
1777 in Continental Army"Historical Register of Officers of the Cont. Army"
1776 Boonesboro, Clark Co., KY - Marriage - 1776
1780 Frederick, Co., VA II p.186 Rev. War Claims court book p. 6
1784 Virginia Rev. War record - 1784
9 Dec 1785 Fayette Co., KY, Pg: 642 Grants, S, Pg. 642, 2138 Acers, Co-owner Matthew Walton, on Waters between Rocky Fork and Stoner's Fork, adjoining Jesse Hodges
22 Mar 1785 Jefferson Co., KY, Pg: 314, Grants, P, Pg. 314, 500 Acers on Floyds Fork of Salt River, 15 MI. from Ohio Falls, adjoining his settlement
22 Mar 1785 Jefferson Co., KY, Pg: 336, Grants, P, Pg. 336, 500 Acers on Floyds Fork of Salt River, 15 MI. from Ohio Falls
5 July 1785 Lincoln Co., KY Pg: 167 Grants, R, Pg. 167, 400 Acers on Boons fork of Silver Creek
5 July 1785 Lincoln Co., KY Pg: 172 Grants, R, Pg. 172, 1000 Acers adjoining his settlement on west and running down branches of Silver Creek
10 July 1785 Lincoln Co., KY Pg: 255 Grants, S, Pg. 255, 400 Acers adjoining Jackson and Clay, on Silver Creek
10 July 1786 Jefferson Co., KY Pg: 241 Grants, 3, Pg. 241, 4023 Acers
28 May 1787 Fayette Co., KY Pg: 9 Grants, 13, Pg. 9 1000 Acers on Kentucky River, Howards Creek, Jouetts Creek adjoining William Bushes Survey
1787 Fayette Co., KY Census - 1787
1787 Fayette Co., KY Tax List
1790 Fayette Co., KY Tax List
17 March 1791 Madison Co., KY Pg: 490 Grants, 23, Pg. 490, 300 Acers, on Calloway's Creek adjoining Edward Turon, and Caleb Calloway
1799 Clark Co., KY Killed by indians
Descendants of Luke Holder
Possible parents of Luke Holder: John Holder & Hannah Driskell, b. 1694
1 Luke Holder b: 1725 in N/E VA ?
d: in Clark Co., KY ? (probably
had another name that he went by)
*2nd Wife of Luke Holder:
+Elizabeth Bryan b: Abt 1725 m: Abt 1745 source GEN COM records
...2 Jesse Holder (possible Son)
...2 Francis Holder b: Bef 1770
...2 John Holder, Col b: 1744 Culpeper Co., VA d: 1799 Lower Howards Creek, Clark Co., KY
. +Margaret Buchanan b: Bet. 1750 - 1762 ( this is a probable partner, no marriage records have ever been found)
3 Rhoda Drake Holder b: 1777 d: 6/1863 Lexington, KY
.. +? Vaughn b: Abt. 1775
4 Edward M. Vaughn b: Bet. 1792 - 1815 d: 2/1847 battle of Buena Vista, Mexico
3 Sabrina Drake Holder b: Abt. 1778
*2nd Wife of John Holder, Col:
. +Frances Walton Callaway, Fanny b: 6/16/1763 Bedford Co., VA m: 1779 Boonesboro, Clark Co., KY d: 11/1803 Clark Co., KY
3 Theodosia Cladora Holder b: 1781
.. +Samuel Richardson Combs b: Abt. 1780 Clark Co., KY ? m: 10/9/1797 Clark Co., KY d: Adams Co., IL ?
4 Elliot Combs b: Bet. 1798 - 1810 d: Adams Co., IL
... +Mary Ann Stephens b: Bet. 1798 - 1812 m: Abt. 1827 Madison Co., KY
4 Maria Combs b: Bet. 1798 - 1815
... +Johnathan Stout, Dr. b: Bet. 1790 - 1815 d: 1881 Spencer co., KY
4 Mary Ann Combs b: Bet. 1798 - 1815
... +Leslie Combs Bostick b: Bet. 1795 - 1815
4 John Holder Combs b: Bet. 1798 - 1815 d: Abt. 1840 Quincy, IL
... +Vivian ? b: Bet. 1798 - 1818 m: Mercer Co., KY
. 5 Thomas Combs b: Bet. 1812 - 1830
4 Lafayette Combs b: Bet. 1798 - 1815 d: Louisiana
4 Samuel Richardson Combs, Jr b: Bet. 1798 - 1815 d: abt 1876, went to Osage Mission, Kansas & died there
4 Owen Combs b: Bet. 1798 - 1815 d: killed in Athens KY
4 Aaron Burr Combs b: Bet. 1798 - 1815 d: Monroe Co., MO
... +? Price b: Bet. 1798 - 1825 a relative of General Sterling Price d: Monroe Co., MO
4  Sarah Sophia Combs b: Bet. 1813 - 1822
... + Richard Penn Holder b: Abt. 1813 m: Abt. 1836
. 5  John W. H. Holder b: 1837
. 5  Leonadas P. Holder b: 1838
. 5  Frances H. Holder b: 1841
. 5  Eudosia C. Holder b: 1844
. 5  Elizabeth Holder b: 1846
. 5  Richard W. Holder b: 1849
4 Elizabeth B Combs b: Abt. 1815 d: Ten Mile, Macon Co., MO
... +Benjamin Fielding Combs, Fielding b: 1816 Clark Co., Ky m: 1832 d: 10/13/1906 Ten Mile, Macon Co., MO
3 John Walton Holder, Col. b: 11/6/1785 Dates from headstones d: 9/21/1841 near Winchester, Franklin Co., TN
.. +Catherine Frances Penn b: 8/3/1789 m: 7/20/1808 Amherst Co. VA d: 5/3/1852
4 Elizabeth Holder b: Bet. 1809 - 1820
4 Frances Henrietta Holder b: Bet. 1809 - 1820 d: TX
... +Peter S. Deckard b: Bet. 1805 - 1840 of Franklin Co., TN d: TX
4 Sophia Holder b: Bet. 1809 - 1820
... +James A. Snowden b: Bet. 1805 - 1830
4 Louisa L. Holder b: Bet. 1812 - 1820
... +Holman A. Huddleston b: 1812 GA : 1840 in Franklin Co., TN : 1850 Chickasaw Co., MS: 1860 Lowndes Co., MS
4  Richard Penn Holder b: Abt. 1813
... + Sarah Sophia Combs b: Bet. 1813 - 1822 m: Abt. 1836
. 5  John W. H. Holder b: 1837
. 5  Leonadas P. Holder b: 1838
. 5  Frances H. Holder b: 1841
. 5  Eudosia C. Holder b: 1844
. 5  Elizabeth Holder b: 1846
. 5  Richard W. Holder b: 1849
4 Virginia Holder b: Abt. 1825
... +John Hart b: Abt. 1820 m: 12/13/1842 Franklin Co., TN
3 Caleb H. Holder, Capt. b: 1787 Clark Co., KY d: 1818 Augusta, Richmond Co., GA
.. + Harriott Jane Dunbar b: 1795 Orangeburg Co., SC m: 4/26/1816 Clark Co., KY d: 4/1824 Richmond, Madison Co., KY
3 Sophia Holder b: 1789 d: 1806
3 Richard Calloway Holder, Col. b: 1790 Fayette Co., KY d: 10/1841 Houston, Chickasaw Co., MS
.. + Harriott Jane Dunbar b: 1795 Orangeburg Co., SC m: 12/7/1818 Augusta, Richmond Co., GA d: 4/1824 Richmond, Madison Co., KY
4 Frances Lydia Holder b: 1824
4 William Dunbar Holder, Major-General b: 3/6/1824 Richmond, Madison Co., KY d: 4/26/1900 Jackson, Hinds Co., MS
... +Catherine Theresa Bowles b: 6/21/1837 Hardeman Co., TN m: 6/6/1854 Oxford, Lafayette Co., MS d: 5/13/1887 Jackson, Hinds Co., MS
. 5 Eugene Michel Holder, M.D. b: 10/3/1869 Lee Co., MS d: 12/16/1946 Memphis, TN
.... +Elvin Jordan b: 1/22/1879 Memphis, TN m: 12/16/1903 Memphis, TN d: 12/5/1952 Memphis, TN
4 Sarah Sophia Holder
3 Lydia Holder b: 10/14/1794 d: 1833 Lexington, KY
.. +Thomas G. Jones b: Bet. 1748 - 1780 VA m: 11/25/1812 Madison Co., KY
4 Caleb Holder Jones b: Aft. 1812
... +? Hume b: Aft. 1812 m: Nashville, Davidson Co, TN
3 Frances Walton Holder, Fanny b: 1796
.. +Edward McGuire b: Bet. 1785 - 1795 m: 12/15/1814
3 Catherine Holder, Kitty b: 4/12/1797 Holders Station, Clark Co., KY d: 4/2/1881 Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle Co., KY
.. +Richard Gott Williams b: 1787 Culpeper Co., VA m: 12/23/1812 d: Aft. 1839 Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle Co., KY
4 John Holder Williams, Dr. b: 11/27/1813 Richmond, KY d: 1853 St. Louis, Mo.
4 Frances Holder Williams b: 10/1/1815 Richmond, KY d: NY
... +Charles K. V. Martin, Dr. b: Bet. 1815 - 1900 Salem, TN m: 1834 d: 1840
4 Eliza Williams b: 1817
4 Jesse Caleb Williams b: 8/22/1819
4 Sophia Williams b: 1821 Rockcastle Co., KY d: 3/9/1884 ? KS
... +William Henry Harrison Wilson b: 1813 VA m: 5/24/1838 Rockcastle Co., KY d: 9/1/1878 ? KS
. 5 Mary Catherine Wilson b: 3/23/1839
. 5 Henry Clay Wilson b: 5/18/1841
. 5 Anna Eliza Wilson b: 2/27/1843
. 5 Margaret Francis Wilson b: 12/12/1844
. 5 Unnamed Son Wilson b: 9/13/1846
. 5 William Richard Wilson b: 10/19/1848 Laurel ? Co., KY d: 10/12/1921 Whitley Co., KY
.... +Heland Jones b: 1/24/1850 Whitley Co., KY m: 1/24/1871 Whitley Co., KY d: 8/18/1934 Providence, KY
. 5 Sophia Virginia Wilson b: 9/12/1849
. 5 Unnamed Daughter Wilson b: 9/1/1851
. 5 John Oscar Wilson b: 11/21/1853
. 5 George W Dunlap Wilson b: 7/31/1855
. 5 Minerva L Wilson b: 12/1/1857
. 5 Joseph Maynard Wilson b: 10/31/1861
4 Rachel Amelia Williams b: 1823
4 Mary Catherine Williams b: 1825
4 Jacob John Williams b: 12/1828
4 Oscar Waldo Williams b: 1831
4 Susan Maria Virginia Williams b: 3/1/1833
4 William H Williams b: 3/18/1835
4 David Napoleon Williams b: 4/27/1838 Rockcastle Co., KY
... +Mary E. Haley b: Bet. 1840 - 1845 m: 4/24/1860
. 5 Casper C. Williams b: Bet. 1860 - 1885
. 5 McClelland C. Williams b: Bet. 1860 - 1885
. 5 Cleo Williams b: Bet. 1860 - 1885
. 5 John Haley Williams b: Bet. 1860 - 1885
. 5 Richard C. Williams b: Bet. 1860 - 1885
4 Harriet Eloise Williams b: 1841
*3rd Wife of John Holder, Col:
. +Mary Elizabeth Hill b: Bet. 1744 - 1764 m: 1779
Descendants of James Dunbar (Grandfather of Harriott Jane Dunbar)
1 James Dunbar b: 1730 in
d: 11/26/1784 in Steel Creek, SC
.. +Sarah b: WFT Est 1726-1745 d: WFT Est 1749-1830
...2 William Dunbar Col. b: WFT Est 1749-1776 d: WFT Est 1798-1859
... +Sarah Platt b: WFT Est 1753-1776 m: WFT Est 1772-1798 d: WFT Est 1798-1864
......3 Harriott Jane Dunbar b: 1795 in Orangeburg Co., SC d: 4/1824 in Richmond, Madison Co., KY
.... +Caleb H. Holder, Capt. b: 1787 in Fayette Co., (Clark Co.), KY m: 4/26/1816 d: 1818 in Augusta, GA
*2nd Husband of Harriott Jane Dunbar:
.... +Richard Calloway Holder, Col. b: 1790 in Fayette Co., KY m: 12/7/1818 Augusta, Richmond Co., GA
d: 10/1841 in Houston, Chickasaw Co., MS
Sometimes shown Capt. other times Col. John Holder was a large land Holder, the first Holder shown in Franklin Co. TN 1785 was named John, I have only this one record of any Holder in Franklin Co. until 1820 when 10 Families of Holder show up, one being John W. Holder, son of Col. John Holder. From the Census records they appear to lived as neighbors.
There is three distinct lines of Holders living near each other, the decendents of Jesse, son of Thomas, from SC, John W Holder, son of Col John Holder, from Boonesboro, Clark Co. KY, and the line of John Holder who married Agnes Bledsoe in NC..
The Family tree may look like this ( a lot of speculation in this tree) I believe Capt. John fits in a close relative of , Davis Holder b: 1714-1735,
CAUTION: LIST NOT CONFIRMED, JUST PUZZLE PIECES THAT SEEM TO FIT
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John Holder, Col. 1780 Clark
John W. Holder 1810 Clark Co., KY Pg: 133 Mar: Catherine Penn, Ages: 11100-00101-00 son of Col. John
John Holder, Col. ? 1785 Franklin Co., TN
Dempsey Holder 1820 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 4, b. cir 1775, Ages: 110011-41110- Son of Jesse
Solomon Holder 1820 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 4, b. 1769, NC, Ages: 321311-11011-Son of Joseph ?
Thomas Holder 1820 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 4, b. 1778, Ages: 330001-20010-Son of John +Agnes Bledsoe
James Holder 1820 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 6, b. bef 1775, Ages: 120001-00001
John W. Holder1820 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 4, b. 1776-1794. Ages: 100010-31010, son of Col. John
Joseph Holder 1820 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 4, b. 1776-1794. Ages: 510010-10010
Moses Holder 1820 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 4, b. 1776-1794. Ages: 200010-30010- Son of Solomon Holder
Ransom Holder 1820 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 4, b. 1795-1802, Ages: 000100-00100- Son of Solomon Holder
Jeremiah Holder 1820 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 6, b. 1795-1802, Ages: 200100-00100 Probable Grandson of Jesse
Joseph Holder 1820 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 6, b. 1795-1802, Ages: 100100-00100
Andrew Jackson Holder born 1826
Franklin Co., TN Married Elvira Huckleberry, March
John Holder 1830 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 00
Mark Holder 1830 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 00 - Son of Solomon Holder
Jeremiah Holder 1830 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 05 Probable Grandson of Jesse
Ransom Holder 1830 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 10 - Son of Solomon Holder
Vincent Holder 1830 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 10 - Son of Solomon Holder
Cornelius Holder 1830 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 13 - Son of Solomon Holder
Richard Holder 1830 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 19
John W. Holder 1830 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 58- Son of Capt. John Holder
Alfred Holder1830 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 76 - Son of Solomon Holder
Dempsey Holder 1830 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 76 - Son of Jesse
Edam Holder 1830 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 76
Joseph Holder 1830 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 76
Davis Holder 1830 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 89 - Son of Solomon Holder
Solomon Holder1830 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 89
Lucinda Holder Sept. 27, 1838 Franklin Co., TN Marriage: Jacob Holt
Dyer Holder Feb. 20, 1838 Franklin Co., TN Marriage: Leannah Francis
Bledsoe Holder 1840 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 73 - Son of Thomas- Grandson of John +Agnes Bledsoe
Cornelius Holder 1840 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 48 - Son of Solomon Holder
Davis Holder 1840 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 49 - Son of Solomon Holder
Jobe Holder 1840 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 49
John Holder 1840 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 73
John W. Holder1840 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 64 - Son of Capt. John Holder
Joseph Holder 1840 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 52
Joseph Holder 1840 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 67
Joseph Holder Jr Feb 27, 1840 Franklin Co., TN Married: Susan Williams
Lucinda HolderJune 15, 1840 Franklin Co., TN Married: James Lakey Daughter of Solomon Holder
Michael Holder 1840 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 68
R. (Ransom ?) P. Holder 1840 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 64 - Son of Solomon Holder
Vincent Holder 1840 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 49 -Son of Solomon Holder
William Holder July 20, 1840 Franklin Co., TN Married: Carolina Bates
Willis Holder 1840 Franklin Co., TN Pg: 68- Son of Solomon Holder
The Virginia Legislature, sitting in session between 16
October 1780 and 2 January 1781, passed "An act for recruiting this state's
quota of troops to serve in the Continental Army" [Hening 10:326-327] which
called for each county to supply a specific number of men. The act further
called for the county militia to be divided into equal units, or classes,
and one man to be chosen by lot to serve 'during the war, or for the term
of three years'. If the quota was not thus recruited, one man was to be
drafted from each class. Culpeper County was responsible for furnishing
106 men. This collection lists all the men in each class and the individual
drafted from each. In some cases a trade or physical description of the
Benjamin Holder 16 Oct.1780 and
2 Jan.1781 Culpeper Co., VA Draft class No. 33
Davis Holdar, Jr. 16 Oct.1780 and 2 Jan.1781 Culpeper Co., VA Draft class No. 33
Capt. John Holder, was from Culpeper Co., VA and was in the service at this time
1 bound volume (original document), microfilm (reel 7
of Public Service Claims microfilm), and typed copy from a photostat of
the original published as A List of Classes in Culpeper County for January
Recruiting this States Quota of Troops to Serve in the Continental Army.
FAYETTE CO., KY
TAX LIST 1788
Caution: TAX LISTS ONLY MEANS THEY HAD PROPERTY THERE
ADMIRE, George Jr.
ALLISON, John Jr.
BARRETT, M. Andrew
BLACK, James Jr.
BLACK, Joh Jr.
BOURNE, William Primas
BOYD, John Jr.
BRADLEY, Edward Jr.
BRADLEY, Lennard Ceoland
BRYANT, Edward Jr.
BUSH, William Jun.
CALLOWAY, Flanders(Nephew of Richard Callaway, Col., Married Jemima Boone, daughter of Daniel Boone)
COX, S. Benjamin
CRAIG, M. John
DALE, George Jr.
DALE, William Jr.
DRAKE, Samuel Jr.
FRANKS, Joseph Martin
GREATHOUSE, John Jr.
HALL, Moses Jr.
HAYDON, William Jr.
HENDERSON, Samuel (Husband of Elizabeth Walton Callaway, daughter of Richard Callaway, Col.)
HOLDER, John, Col. - Companion of Daniel Boone
HOLEMAN, Edward Jr.
HUNTER, Jacob Jr.
JACKSON, J. Chandly
JAMISON, John Jr.
JONES, John Jr.
LEA, W. Frances
LEDGERWOOD, William Jr.
MARSHALL, Thomas Jr.
MC BRIDE, James
MC BRIDE, Samuel
MC CANLEY, Andrew
MC CLARY, John
MC CLARY, Samuel
MC CLURE, Andrew
MC CLURE, John
MC CLURE, Moses
MC CLURE, Nathaniel
MC CLURE, Samuel
MC CLURE, Thomas
MC COMMON, Matt
MC CONNEL, Alexander
MC CONNEL, John
MC CONNELL, James
MC CONNELL, Mary
MC CONNELL, William
MC CONNELL, William Jr.
MC CORKLE, Elizabeth
MC CORKLE, Joseph
MC CORKLE, Robert
MC CRACKIN, Cyrus
MC CRACKLIN, John
MC CUMSEY, John
MC CUNE, Andrew
MC DANIEL, William
MC DONNOL, John
MC DOWELL, John
MC GILL, Alexander
MC GILL, James
MC GUIRE, James
MC GUIRE, John Col. (Married Frances Walton Callaway, Fanny , after death of Husband Col. John Holder)
MC HURON, Samuel
MC HURON, Silas
MC ILVAIN, James
MC ILVAIN, John
MC ILVAIN, Moses
MC ILVAIN, Samuel
MC KENNY, John
MC LANANE, John
MC LANE, James
MC LONEY, Alexander
MC LOUCKLIN, John
MC MAHON, James
MC MILLIN, James
MC MILLIN, Robert
MC MULLEN, James Jr.
MC MURTRY, William
MC NARY, Hugh
MC NARY, John
MC NARY, William
MC NEAL, Jonathan
MC NEAL, Thomas
MC QUADY, John
MC QUADY, William
MC THOMAS, Quady
MC WILLIAMS, Hugh
MIDDLETON, H. John
MUNSON, Samuel Jr.
PAYNE, Edward Jr.
PRICE, John Jr.
RANKINS, David Jr.
RAYBURN, William Jr.
ROBERTSON, William Jr.
ROBERTSON, William Sr.
VIVION, John Jr.
WHEELER, Benjamin Dod
WINN, Owen Jr.
WINN, Thomas Jr.