Frances Inez Holdeer

F, #2121
MARRIAGE* Frances Inez Holdeer married Harrie G. Couey
Married Name Her married name was Couey. 

Family

Harrie G. Couey
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

(?) Holland1

M, #4167, d. before 1880
MARRIAGE*circa 1865 (?) Holland married Mary Anderson, daughter of Joseph Anderson and Mary Tyson, circa 1865.1 
Death*before 1880  Before 1880 His wife with two children is living with her parents so presume that her Holland husband is dead.2 

Family

Mary Anderson b. 1848
Children
Last Edited20 Sep 2007

Citations

  1. [S56] 1880 Census;, She lives with her parents and siblings and next door to a person who appears to be her brother. All of this family is circumstantial based on the census. I used the proximity as well as the ages to construct this family. MVW 2005.
  2. [S56] 1880 Census;.

Absalom Holland

M, #3632, b. 1877
Father*Absolum Holland b. 1858, d. 1919
Mother*Rebecca Caroline Meadows b. 1860, d. 1922
Birth*1877 Absalom Holland was born in 1877 at Pulaski County, GA.1 
 He was the son of Absolum Holland and Rebecca Caroline Meadows
Last Edited10 Jul 2008

Citations

  1. [S56] 1880 Census;.

Absolum Holland

M, #1360, b. 1858, d. 1919
Father*Elisha Holland b. c 1805, d. Jun 1859
Mother*Margaret Bryant d. b 1870
Birth*1858 Absolum Holland was born in 1858. 
 He was the son of Elisha Holland and Margaret Bryant
MARRIAGE*25 January 1877 He married Rebecca Caroline Meadows on 25 January 1877 This date and person taken from the Pulaski county Marriage record. Might be a mistake. 1880 census shows a family that looks like the real thing and children are the correct age. 
Burial*1919 He was buried in 1919 at Dodge County, GA, According to Robert K. Nobles he was buried at Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church.,Near Yonkers., Dodge County, Georgia. I think Yonkers is a curious name for a Georgia town. I wonder if when Joseph C. Donaldson came to Georgia from New York he might have brought the name along with him. MVW 2006.
Death*1919 He died in 1919 at GA. 
CENSUS1860*1860 He appeared on the census in 1860 at Pulaski County, GA; Living with his mother. No father shown.1 
CENSUS1880*1880 He appeared on the Census in 1880 at GA; Census Place:     Salem, Pulaski, Georgia
     Source:     FHL Film 1254162 National Archives Film T9-0162 Page 430C      Relation     Sex     Marr     Race     Age     Birthplace
Absalom HOLLAND     Self     M     M     W     23     GA
     Occ:     Laborer     Fa: GA     Mo: GA
Rebecca HOLLAND     Wife     F     M     W     21     GA
     Occ:     Housekeeper     Fa: GA     Mo: GA
Rufus HOLLAND     Son     M     S     W     4M     GA
     Occ:     Home     Fa: GA     Mo: GA
Absalom HOLLAND     Son     M     S     W     3     GA
     Occ:     Home     Fa: GA     Mo: GA.2 
Note*2005  Here is a message from Robert K. Nobles, Jr. :Dear margo4it I saw a tree you posted on Ancestry called: 'ANCESTORS OF STEVE AND PAGE'. I wanted to learn more about Absalom Holland. Here is the information I found:
Name: Absalom Holland
Birth Date: 1854
Birth Place:
Death Date: 1919 Buried Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church.,Near Yonkers., Dodge County., Georgia.
Death Place:
Do you have more information about this person or your tree that could share with me?
His wife has also now been marked., Rebecca Caroline Meadows 1860 - 1922
Thank you,
Robert K Nobles., Jr.
M Sgt USAF (Retired)
bnobles@alltel.net
Ph: 229-365-2685. 

Family

Rebecca Caroline Meadows b. 1860, d. 1922
MARRIAGE*25 January 1877 He married Rebecca Caroline Meadows on 25 January 1877 This date and person taken from the Pulaski county Marriage record. Might be a mistake. 1880 census shows a family that looks like the real thing and children are the correct age. 
Children
Last Edited10 Jul 2008

Citations

  1. [S54] 1860 Census;.
  2. [S56] 1880 Census;.

Ada Holland1

F, #5036, b. December 1888
Father*Moses Holland1 b. 2 Feb 1828, d. 1 Feb 1917
Mother*Mary A.E. Dykes1 b. c 1854
Birth*December 1888 Ada Holland was born in December 1888.1 
 She was the daughter of Moses Holland and Mary A.E. Dykes.1 
Last Edited24 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S59] 1900 Census;.

Allen Holland1

M, #4143, b. 9 December 1806
Father*Lewis Holland1 b. 1777, d. 1836
Mother*Sarah Sutton1 b. c 1770, d. 1823
Birth*9 December 1806 Allen Holland was born on 9 December 1806 at Jefferson, GA.1 
 He was the son of Lewis Holland and Sarah Sutton.1 
Last Edited15 Mar 2005

Citations

  1. [S567] Barry Holland, "Barry Holland," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, 2005.

Allen K. Holland1

M, #5037, b. November 1888
Father*Moses Holland1 b. 2 Feb 1828, d. 1 Feb 1917
Mother*Mary A.E. Dykes1 b. c 1854
Birth*November 1888 Allen K. Holland was born in November 1888.1 
 He was the son of Moses Holland and Mary A.E. Dykes.1 
Last Edited24 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S59] 1900 Census;.

Allison Holland

F, #2217
Father*James Edward Holland b. 2 Feb 1936, d. 23 Jun 1997
 Allison Holland was the daughter of James Edward Holland
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Ann Holland

F, #3337, b. 1875
Father*John Holland b. 9 Jan 1835, d. 19 Sep 1909
Mother*Elizabeth H. Forest b. 4 Oct 1840, d. 5 Jun 1903
Birth*1875 Ann Holland was born in 1875. 
 She was the daughter of John Holland and Elizabeth H. Forest
CENSUS1880*1880 She appeared on the Census in 1880. 
Last Edited26 Oct 2001

Annie Jane Holland

F, #1270, b. 17 July 1884, d. 19 April 1967
MARGARET JULIETTE HOLLAND FLOYD
ANNIE JANE HOLLAND FLOYD
ANNIE JANE HOLLAND FLOYD
STOVE
ANNIE FLOYD'S POND
AARON, MARY (TWINS)
ANNIE AND ED FLOYD
IN FRONT OF HOME
Father*Jesse Jasper Holland b. 12 Nov 1860, d. 17 Jan 1934
Mother*Mary Orliffie Bryant b. Sep 1863, d. a 1925
ChartsAnnie Jane Holland
Zachariah Davis
WILLIAM BASSE
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
Birth*17 July 1884 Annie Jane Holland was born on 17 July 1884 at Pulaski County, GA. 
 She was the daughter of Jesse Jasper Holland and Mary Orliffie Bryant
MARRIAGE*27 March 1898 She married James Edward Floyd, son of Shadrick D. Floyd and Elizza (Louisa or Louise) Davis, on 27 March 1898 at GA.1 
Death*19 April 1967 She died on 19 April 1967 at Bleckley County, GA, at age 82. 
Burial*1967 She was buried in 1967 at Cedar Hill, Cochran, Bleckley County, GA.2,3
Married Name27 March 1898  As of 27 March 1898,her married name was Floyd. 
CENSUS1900*1900 She appeared on the census in 1900.4 
Anecdote*1948  In 1948 An article in the Cochran, Georgia newspaper dated April 22, 1948 tells much about the relationship of Annie Jane Holland and J. E. Floyd. The headline reads: "Mr and Mrs. J.E. Floyd celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversary" and it is followed by the text: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Floyd of Cochran, Ga. entertained their family with a barbecue dinner at their home on Easter Sunday, celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. There are 12 children, 20 grand children and 3 great grand children. The held open house in the afternoon and the guests were received at the door by Mrs. Frank Richardson. Mrs. Floyd kept the guest book. They were ushered into the living room by Mrs. R. B. Bembry of Hawkinsville, where Mr. and Mrs. Floyd greeted their friends. In the receiving line with them were, Mrs. Lucian Berryhill, Sr. of Macon, Mrs. C. E. Rosenberger of Jacksonville, Florida. Mrs. Linder Berryhill and mrs. Raymond Dykes of cochran, Mrs. H. C. Vollmer of Washington, D.c.. and Mrs. Mary Wilson of Cairo, Egypt were not present. They are both connected with the State Department. They [Floyds] have five sons, Arthur, Albert, Herschel, Jay and Aaron. The living room was beautifully decorated with spring flowers, wedding bells and bridal wreath. The dining room was decorated in dogwood and pine, with gold streamers. The table was overlaid with hand crocheted table cloth and centered with a three tiered wedding cake with miniature bride and groom. It was flanked by tapers burned in crystal candelabra. Punch and cakes topped with gold colored icing was served during the afternoon by Medames Arthur, Albert, Jay and Aaron Floyd. [wives of sons] They were assisted by Mrs. Bob Hendricks and Mrs. Mattie Brown. The gift tables were presided over by Mrs. Lucian Berryhill, Jr. and Mrs. Clyde Berryhill, Jr. Mrs. Earl I. Sanders and Mrs. Vance Wimberly played the wedding music. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Giddens, Jr. Giddens and Mrs. R. L. Piper of Eastman, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hogg, Mr. and Mrs. Earl I Sanders and Mrs. R., Mrs. Emory Davis and Mrs. Walker T. Bembry of Hawkinsville; Elder and Mrs. W. H. Hancock, Mr. and Mrs. Davis of Macon. About 75 guests called during the day.
From the newspaper description it is easy to imagine that the fiftieth anniversary celebration was likely a more sumptuous affair than the original wedding of the young country couple. The fact that three of their daughters lived far away in sophisticated cities is a certain indication of how far this family had progressed. Imagine that two daughters were "connected with the State Department" and that one of them was living in Egypt!
Margaret Ann Vollmer at Floyd home.
Anecdote2003  Here is the story of Grandma's pond told by Annette Kaplan.
I do not know the date of the building of the fish pond. I was in Washington at the time of course but some other members of the family might possibly remember. In any event, facing the old barn and to the left side was a gate which led into the cow pen and back behind the old barn was a shelter for the cows to get out of the weather. All of this was at the top of a small hill, at the bottom of which there was a little stream of water running off of Wayne's pond across the road with a large sewer pipe under the dirt road. Then at the bottom of the hill near to the road where the sewer pipe crossed the road, was the old cane mill where we used to have cane grindings when I was a girl. There was a gate coming in from the road down beside the cane mill and everyone on the limestone road and all around hauled their cane over for Papa to make their syrup. What a wonderful time we had at cane grindin! gs--all of the young people in the neighborhood would gather at the cane mill just about dark and play and sing together, roast peanuts and cook the last cooking of syrup down until it was thick and make syrup taffy and peanut brittle. It was a real social event for the kids.

The reason for building the pond was that Mama had gotten or was getting too old to go way over to the woods at the jackhole to go fishing and she loved to fish so much and we loved eating fresh fish, that Papa built her a fishpond she could walk to with Betty the colored woman who worked for her. They went fishing every day after lunch for the rest of her life if she was able. Tina always called the pond Mama's diamond ring and mink coat that Papa gave her!!!!!!I thought this was a great analogy.
ANNIE'S POND
Note*2003 Note from Ruth Floyd Richardson's grandson re his great grandmother Annie Jane Floyd:
We have the mantle clock that was on her mantle on the mantle at my dad's house. It had a few layers of old ugly paint on it and was not running when he got it. He stripped the old paint off of it and refinished it and got it running 20 or so years ago and it keeps pretty good time. Stopped striking about 10 years ago, but it still runs and he still winds it up every week. It had newspapers stuffed in it when he got it after she died. They were dated from the 1870's but were just tatters and shreds so we threw them away. 

Family

James Edward Floyd b. 25 March 1875, d. 19 September 1960
MARRIAGE*27 March 1898 She married James Edward Floyd, son of Shadrick D. Floyd and Elizza (Louisa or Louise) Davis, on 27 March 1898 at GA.1 
Children
Last Edited17 Feb 2011

Citations

  1. [S377] Pulaski County Marriages.
  2. [S121] Cedar Hill Cemetery, Cemetery, 2003 MVW file.
  3. [S502] June Adams, Betsy Smith Robin Mullis, Bleckley County, Georgia Cemeteries.
  4. [S59] 1900 Census;, E.D.42, Vol., 54 p. 5, line 61.

Benjamin W. Holland1

M, #5043, b. 1887
Father*John Holland1 b. Aug 1850, d. 19 Jun 1941
Mother*Rosella Harvey1 b. 9 Mar 1851, d. 18 Jan 1923
Birth*1887 Benjamin W. Holland was born in 1887.2 
 He was the son of John Holland and Rosella Harvey.1 
Last Edited9 Jul 2008

Citations

  1. [S614] Betty Smith, "Betty," e-mail to MVW, Oct 7 2007.
  2. [S59] 1900 Census;.

Bertha W. Holland1

F, #3653, b. December 1889
Father*William W. Holland1 b. 20 Feb 1858, d. 28 Jan 1944
Mother*Martha J. (?)1 b. 11 Aug 1862
Birth*December 1889 Bertha W. Holland was born in December 1889.1 
 She was the daughter of William W. Holland and Martha J. (?)1 
Last Edited24 Jun 2003

Citations

  1. [S59] 1900 Census;.

Carrie Holland

F, #1377, b. 1876
Father*Moses Holland b. 2 Feb 1828, d. 1 Feb 1917
Mother*Mary A.E. Dykes b. c 1854
Birth*1876 Carrie Holland was born in 1876 at Pulaski County, GA.1 
 She was the daughter of Moses Holland and Mary A.E. Dykes
Census*1880 She appeared on the census of 1880 at GA.2 
Last Edited25 Oct 2001

Citations

  1. [S56] 1880 Census;.
  2. [S150] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Charity Holland

F, #1288, b. circa 1840, d. say 1860
Father*Elisha Holland b. c 1805, d. Jun 1859
Mother*Margaret Bryant d. b 1870
Birth*circa 1840 Charity Holland was born circa 1840. 
 She was the daughter of Elisha Holland and Margaret Bryant
Death*say 1860 She died say 1860 She is not shown on the 1860 census. 
CENSUS1850*1850 She appeared on the CENSUS in 1850 at Pulaski County, GA. 
Last Edited25 Apr 2006

Charity Holland

F, #1300
Father*Moses Holland b. 2 Feb 1828, d. 1 Feb 1917
Mother*Charity Peacock d. b 1860
 Charity Holland was the daughter of Moses Holland and Charity Peacock
Birth1858 She was born in 1858 at Pulaski County, GA, She is shown living with James B. and Louisa M. Holland, her grandparents. They live next door to her father, Moses who is living with three children ages 8, 6, 4 and no wife. I suspect that Charity's mother died in childbirth as Charity's age of 2 fits right in with the birth sequence. If this is so it clears up a big mystery. July 2008 I've been told that she is the child of James and his second wife. If this were the case then Charity would have been born two years before her parents marriage which I consider less likely than the original sceanerio.1 
Name Variation  Charity Holland was also known as Charity Holland.1 
Last Edited16 Jul 2008

Citations

  1. [S54] 1860 Census;.

Charity Holland

F, #3314, b. 1798
Birth*1798 Charity Holland was born in 1798. 
MARRIAGE*29 April 1819 She married Solomon Brewer on 29 April 1819 at Pulaski County, GA.. 
Married Name29 April 1819  As of 29 April 1819,her married name was Brewer. 

Family

Solomon Brewer
Last Edited16 Feb 2005

Charity Holland1

F, #3735, b. 1858
Mother*Louise Sandifer1
Birth*1858 Charity Holland was born in 1858.1 
 She was the daughter of Louise Sandifer.1 
CENSUS1870*1870 She appeared on the census in 1870 at Pulaski County, GA.2 
Last Edited22 Jul 2003

Citations

  1. [S54] 1860 Census;.
  2. [S55] 1870 Census;, Living with her father and two women age 40 named Elizabeth and Mary.

Charity (Cassie Rosella) Holland1

F, #5046, b. 1878, d. 11 June 1970
Father*John Holland1 b. Aug 1850, d. 19 Jun 1941
Mother*Rosella Harvey1 b. 9 Mar 1851, d. 18 Jan 1923
Birth*1878 Charity (Cassie Rosella) Holland was born in 1878 I think the 1880 census record you sent me of John that lists Charity as Carrie is the one. Charity was born in 1878 and it puts her as being two in 1880. I think this is it. Thanks so much. This I believe will help.

Scott.1 
 She was the daughter of John Holland and Rosella Harvey.1 
Obituary*11 June 1970 Obnituary of Charity (Cassie Rosella) Holland was She died in Macon and was buried at Macadonia Church near Cochran. on 11 June 1970.
The picture is from Scott Tollbert
Last Edited16 Jul 2008

Citations

  1. [S56] 1880 Census;.

Earl J. Holland1

M, #3808, b. circa 1903
Father*Robert Jeffery Holland1 b. 14 Jan 1869, d. 4 May 1940
Mother*Martha Pusser1 b. 15 Jan 1873, d. 22 May 1943
Birth*circa 1903 Earl J. Holland was born circa 1903.1 
 He was the son of Robert Jeffery Holland and Martha Pusser.1 
Last Edited12 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S60] 1910 Census;, Cannot make out birth year, but he is youngest.

Elisa E. Holland

F, #1339, b. circa 1856
Father*Moses Holland b. 2 Feb 1828, d. 1 Feb 1917
Mother*Charity Peacock d. b 1860
Birth*circa 1856 Elisa E. Holland was born circa 1856. 
 She was the daughter of Moses Holland and Charity Peacock
Census*1860 She appeared on the census of 1860 at Pulaski County, GA.1 
Census1870 She appeared on the census of 1870 at GA.2 
Last Edited25 Sep 2007

Citations

  1. [S142] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  2. [S144] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Elisha Holland1

M, #1325, b. circa 1805, d. June 1859
Father*James Holland Sr. b. c 1766
Reference0300
Birth*circa 1805 Elisha Holland was born circa 1805 at SC. 
 He was the son of James Holland Sr. 
MARRIAGE*10 February 1833 He married Mary McCray (?) on 10 February 1833 at Pulaski County, GA, Found this marriage and date in Georgia Marriages - Ancestry.com. Its also in the Pulaski County History.2 
MARRIAGE*12 September 1837 He married Margaret Bryant, daughter of Jesse Bryant Sr. and Margaret (?), on 12 September 1837 at Pulaski County, Ga, She is called Mary in the Pulaski County History. Perhaps her name was Mary Margaret.

This note is from Cara Murray who has done a great deal of Bryant research. She thinks that Elisha's wife might be named Margaret...(12-2005 I agree with her)
"I think the parents of Margaret Bryant who married Elisha Holland are Jesse and Margaret Bryant. Although, I haven't been able to document it. But, she seems to fit in with the family. She had a daughter named Charity; Jesse's mother's name was Charity. I believe Margaret Bryant was named for her mother, Margaret. Also, Margaret and Elisha had a son named Jesse and another named Absalom;which is also a Bryant name. All circumstantial of course."2 
Death*June 1859 He died in June 1859 at Pulaski County, GA., His wife appears alone with the children on the 1860 census. 
Name Variation  Elisha Holland was also known as Elisha Holland Sr. 
LAND GRANT*1827 He was received land grant He drew for lot #30 in the 1st Dist. of Troup county. He was said to be living in Pulaski. in 1827 at GA. 
CENSUS1830*1830 He appeared on the census in 1830 at Hall, GA; He appears on the census with 3 males under 5; one male 5-9; one male 30-39; one female 5-9 and female 30-39. If this is correct then he had a wife before Mary McCrarey. (In fact the Hollands in Hall County may not be part of this family. Their names are suspiciously the same, but the other three presumed Holland bothers, James, John and Joshua were in Pulaski county in 1820 so no particular reason to think that Elisha was there also especially since he has an unaccounted family before his marriage to Mary.)3 
CENSUS1840*1840 He appeared on the census in 1840 at GA; The information for him on the 1840 census is a perfect match with the 1850 census.4 
CENSUS1850*1850 He appeared on the CENSUS in 1850 at GA; His wife's name is Polly. He is living two houses from his brother John and next door to the Bryants, his in-laws.5 
LANDCONTRA*1858 He purchased land in 1858 at GA He sold land to his nephew John J. Part of lot 5 (177.50 acres) and part of lot 11 (25 acres.) 

Family 1

Mary McCray (?) d. before 1837
MARRIAGE*10 February 1833 He married Mary McCray (?) on 10 February 1833 at GA Found this marriage and date in Georgia Marriages - Ancestry.com. Its also in the Pulaski County History.2 

Family 2

Margaret Bryant d. before 1870
MARRIAGE*12 September 1837 He married Margaret Bryant, daughter of Jesse Bryant Sr. and Margaret (?), on 12 September 1837 at Ga She is called Mary in the Pulaski County History. Perhaps her name was Mary Margaret.

This note is from Cara Murray who has done a great deal of Bryant research. She thinks that Elisha's wife might be named Margaret...(12-2005 I agree with her)
"I think the parents of Margaret Bryant who married Elisha Holland are Jesse and Margaret Bryant. Although, I haven't been able to document it. But, she seems to fit in with the family. She had a daughter named Charity; Jesse's mother's name was Charity. I believe Margaret Bryant was named for her mother, Margaret. Also, Margaret and Elisha had a son named Jesse and another named Absalom;which is also a Bryant name. All circumstantial of course."2 
Children
Last Edited13 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. Name sometimes seen as Elijah.
  2. [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.
  3. [S50] 1830 Census;.
  4. [S51] 1840 Census;.
  5. [S52] 1850 Census;.

Elisha Holland

M, #1332, b. 1851, d. 15 June 1871
Father*Elisha Holland b. c 1805, d. Jun 1859
Mother*Margaret Bryant d. b 1870
Birth*1851 Elisha Holland was born in 1851. 
 He was the son of Elisha Holland and Margaret Bryant
Burial*1871 He was buried in 1871 at Holland Cemetery, Pulaski County, GA.. 
Death*15 June 1871 He died on 15 June 1871 at GA.1 
Note*1900  The census E.D 37 shows Elisha born 1851 with wife Martha A born 1856 and the following children: Amelia, Lizzie, Famale, Elisha and John M. They lived next door to John, Nancy and Lillian Holland. Do not know if this is the same Elisha and do not recognize John, Nancy and Lillian. 6-03 MVW. 
Last Edited14 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S500] Bob Bridger, Holland Cemetery.

Elisha J. Holland

M, #1315, b. circa 1860
Father*John Holland b. 9 Jan 1835, d. 19 Sep 1909
Mother*Elizabeth H. Forest b. 4 Oct 1840, d. 5 Jun 1903
Birth*circa 1860 Elisha J. Holland was born circa 1860.1 
 He was the son of John Holland and Elizabeth H. Forest
Census*1870 He appeared on the census of 1870 at Pulaski County, GA. 
Last Edited25 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S55] 1870 Census;.

Eliza Holland

F, #1335, b. circa 1842
Father*Elisha Holland b. c 1805, d. Jun 1859
Mother*Margaret Bryant d. b 1870
Birth*circa 1842 Eliza Holland was born circa 1842. 
 She was the daughter of Elisha Holland and Margaret Bryant
Last Edited17 Dec 2005

Elizabeth Holland

F, #1287, b. circa 1838
Father*Elisha Holland b. c 1805, d. Jun 1859
Mother*Margaret Bryant d. b 1870
Birth*circa 1838 Elizabeth Holland was born circa 1838. 
 She was the daughter of Elisha Holland and Margaret Bryant
CENSUS1850*1850 She appeared on the CENSUS in 1850 at Pulaski County, GA. 
CENSUS18601860 She appeared on the census in 1860 at GA.1 
Last Edited25 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S54] 1860 Census;.

Elizabeth Holland

F, #1295, b. 1828
Father*James B. Holland Jr. b. c 1801, d. 15 Jan 1875
Mother*Charity Barefoot b. 1800, d. b 1850
Birth*1828 Elizabeth Holland was born in 1828 at GA. 
 She was the daughter of James B. Holland Jr. and Charity Barefoot
Name Variation  Elizabeth Holland was also known as Elizabeth Holland. 
CENSUS1850*1850 She appeared on the CENSUS in 1850 at Pulaski County, GA; Shown living with her father. Mother must be dead. She is listed on the census as being deaf and dumb. I am starting to think that this person may have been listed twice in the 1850 - once with her father and once with her brother's soon to be wife, Charity Peacock. Since James B. Hollands children went to live with their brother by 1860 it's possible that Elizabeth Hollandsplit her time as well. Need more research on this.1 
Last Edited2 Sep 2010

Citations

  1. [S52] 1850 Census;.

Elizabeth Holland

F, #1697, b. circa 1854
Father*John I. Holland b. c 1830, d. b 1870
Mother*Nancy (?) b. c 1823
Birth*circa 1854 Elizabeth Holland was born circa 1854 at Pulaski County, GA. 
 She was the daughter of John I. Holland and Nancy (?) 
MARRIAGE*30 April 1876 She married an unknown person on 30 April 1876 at GA This is a guess. P. G. Purser married Elizabeth Y. Holland.1 
CENSUS1860*1860 She appeared on the census in 1860 at GA. 
CENSUS18701870 She appeared on the census in 1870 at GA; She lives with her widowed mother.2 
Last Edited25 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.
  2. [S55] 1870 Census;.

Elizabeth Holland

F, #1370, b. circa 1866
Father*Jepy Holland b. c 1848
Mother*Elizabeth (?) b. c 1848
Birth*circa 1866 Elizabeth Holland was born circa 1866. 
 She was the daughter of Jepy Holland and Elizabeth (?) 
Census*1880 She appeared on the census of 1880 at Pulaski County, GA. 
Last Edited26 Sep 2007

Elizabeth Holland1

F, #1772, b. circa 1830, d. after 1911
Father*John Holland b. c 1795, d. b 1857
Mother*Mary Little b. 1811, d. b 1849
Birth*circa 1830 Elizabeth Holland was born circa 1830 at GA. 
 She was the daughter of John Holland and Mary Little
MARRIAGE*22 May 1850 She married Jesse Bryant Jr., son of Jesse Bryant Sr. and Margaret (?), on 22 May 1850 at Pulaski County, GA.2,3 
Death*after 1911 She died after 1911 Her pension was for 1905 to 1911. She appears on the 1900 census living with son, Moses', family. She is not listed in the 1910 census. 
Married Name Her married name was Dykes. 
Married Name22 May 1850  As of 22 May 1850,her married name was Bryant.2,3 
CENSUS1850*1850 She appeared on the CENSUS in 1850 at GA; She is shown living with her husband. They are both twenty years old with no children.4 
CENSUS18601860 She appeared on the census in 1860 at GA. 
CENSUS1870*1870 She appeared on the census in 1870; She is shown in 1870 with seven children but no husband. Her last name is shown as Dykes. A family tradition said that she was not the wife of Daniel Dykes who is shown in the same year as having no wife, but with several children among whom are four year old twins, Thomas and Moses. Thomas and Moses Dykes show up in 1880 living with Elizabeth who still calls herself Dykes and her sister who likewise calls herself Dykes. In 1880 the ages are twisted so I suspect that whomever gave the information to the census taker was only generally acquainted with the facts - close, but not perfect.5 
CENSUS1880*1880 She appeared on the Census in 1880 at Pulaski County, GA; Elizabeth is shown living with her sister, Polly, age 60 and four sons, Moses and Thomas Dykes and W. H and Joseph Bryant. I am told that she never married Daniel Dykes the father of the twins Moses and Thomas. Daniel was a widower in 1870 with several children among whom were four year old twins. He lived near the Bryant family and probably gave their care to Elizabeth and Polly. No one seems to know why, but the sisters adopted the name Dykes. Since the name Dykes was in use before Moses and Thomas came to live with her its possible she briefly married a person named Dykes who was related to Daniel Dykes. In any case, Daniel was alive in 1880 and living with some of his adult children.6 
MLTPENSION*1905 She received a military pension in 1905; Film # 49 in Drawer 38 of the Georgia Archives shows the Indigent Widow Roll.
"Elizabeth Bryant widow of Jesse Bryant of Company H of Confederate Cavalry enlisted in 1863 and discharged in 1865 from prison. Elizabeth was allowed a pension in 1905-11 as an indigent widow by reason of age, infirmity and poverty."
Perhaps this explains why she possibly sent two of her children to live with her brother-in-law Thomas Bryant. Maybe she thought her husband would not return, or perhaps they were too poor when he returned. 

Family

Jesse Bryant Jr. b. 1828, d. before 1870
MARRIAGE*22 May 1850 She married Jesse Bryant Jr., son of Jesse Bryant Sr. and Margaret (?), on 22 May 1850 at GA.2,3 
Children
Last Edited9 Mar 2011

Citations

  1. [S235] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  2. [S360] Unknown subject MVW file.
  3. [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.
  4. [S52] 1850 Census;.
  5. [S55] 1870 Census;.
  6. [S56] 1880 Census;.
  7. [S492] Cara Murray, "Bryant Family," e-mail to MVW.

Elizabeth Holland

F, #3320, b. 1806, d. before 1865
Reference0302
Birth*1806 Elizabeth Holland was born in 1806 at SC. 
MARRIAGE*21 April 1825 She married John Thomas on 21 April 1825 at Pulaski County, GA.. 
Death*before 1865 She died before 1865 at Pulaski County, GA.1 
Note* She She's a sister of one of the immigrants from South Carolina. Do not know which one. In 1850 she is shown as age 45 living with Charity (Chasity) Peacock age 26 with daughter Nancy age 6 and with Sarah J. Holland age 14 and Caroline Peacock age 13 and Mary Peacock age 12. 
Married Name21 April 1825  As of 21 April 1825,her married name was Thomas. 

Family

John Thomas
Last Edited2 Sep 2010

Citations

  1. [S497] Becky Nagle, "Holland Correspondence," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, 2001.