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Selected Families and Individuals

Source Citations


Robert Warren Holland

1Holland Family Records Compiled by Pat & James H. Holland, Provided to T.Mason in 1999. "Family Notebook of Robert Warren Holland. This notebook containing his personel records was kept by his daughter Lucy.
    Robert W. Holland, born 1815 in Tennessee. Married Clarissa they had ten children, six boys, four girls. George W. Holland, born in 1836, near Milan in Sullivan County, Missouri. George went to Fannin County, Texas, then to Oklahoma, and on into New Mexico, where he died betwen 1900 & 1910.  Jocob L.Holland,  born in l838, near Milan in Sullivan County, Mo., went into the Military Service in 1863 and have not been able to find him. The story is that he went to San Francisco, CA after the Civil War. Wesley B. Holland, born in l840 near Milan in Sullivan County, Mo. Died in a Soldier Home in St James, Mo. in 1916 . Andrew Jackson Holland, born 1843 Linn County, Mo. went to Fannin County, Texas, Married and then went to Western Oklahoma and became a large wheat Farmer, died in the early 1930. Elizabeth L.Holland, born in Linn Co. Mo. 1845 and died there in 1861. Perry R. (Bud) Holland, born l848, Linn County, Mo. went to Fannin County, Texas and died there in 1903. Buried in Brown Cemetery, Bonham, Texas. Rebecca A.Holland, born 1851 in Linn County, Mo. went to Fannin County, Texas, Married a William Hatcher. Both are buried in Caddo Oklahoma Cemetery. Lucy A. Holland, born in l853,  in Linn County Mo. went to Fannin County Texas, married a Foster, and both are buried in the Brown Cemetery, Bonham, Texas along the side of Robert W. and Clarissa Holland, Clarissa Margart Holland, born l856, Linn County Mo. Married William T. Roberts, time of death and place of burial unknown. Robert F. Holland Born l857, Linn County Mo. Married Sophronia Elizabeth Taylor in Bonham, Fannin County, Texas, moved to Bryan County, Oklahoma in the early 1890's, both are buried in Durant Oklahoma. (These are Grand Parents to James F. Holland revisor of family informtion.)
    Robert W. born in Tennessee moved to Sullivan Co. Mo. abt. 1834 with his father Jacob. Found on 1840 census of Linn Co.along with wife and several children. Robert was a Captain in Company H, Holland's Linn Co. Prov. Co. #107 E.M.M. enrolled July 26, 1862 - 60 days, Aug 12, 1863, Oct.28,1863, Aug 5, 1864, Nov 30, 1864 served under Gen. Bartholow and Col. Harrison. He also served out a term in the House of Representatives, State of Missouri in 1864 when Dr. John F. Powers died. He was a Justice of Peace April 10, 1869 when R.W. sold his land NE 28 W1/2NW SE 27.58-20 for $8400. He lived next door to John J. Pershing's estate on a large estate of his own .  In 1869-70 he moved with 11 wagon loads of goods along with some of his children to Bonham, Texas. It is said that he had a land grant of 1280 acres in Fannon Co. signed by Anson Jones, President of Republic of Texas on Feb. 18 1845. On Oct 2, 1869 he paid $1000 for 120 acres on the Bois d'Arc creek which were part of the Head Right Survey of 1280 acres patened to Jacob Ketchum. RW also bought 100 tame and wild hogs, 35-100 head of cattle that same month. Between Oct. 18 and May 7, 1872 he bought 670 acres in that same area.. He aquired and sold a number of acres of land as the records in Bohnam court house seem to show."

2FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/39127107/robert-warren-holland. "Son of Dr. Jacob Holland and Elizabeth "Betsey" G Warren Holland." Image.


Clarissa Harlow Henderson Taylor

1Holland Family Records Compiled by Pat & James H. Holland, Provided to T.Mason in 1999. "Family Notebook of Robert Warren Holland. This notebook containing his personel records was kept by his daughter Lucy.
    Robert W. Holland, born 1815 in Tennessee. Married Clarissa they had ten children, six boys, four girls. George W. Holland, born in 1836, near Milan in Sullivan County, Missouri. George went to Fannin County, Texas, then to Oklahoma, and on into New Mexico, where he died betwen 1900 & 1910.  Jocob L.Holland,  born in l838, near Milan in Sullivan County, Mo., went into the Military Service in 1863 and have not been able to find him. The story is that he went to San Francisco, CA after the Civil War. Wesley B. Holland, born in l840 near Milan in Sullivan County, Mo. Died in a Soldier Home in St James, Mo. in 1916 . Andrew Jackson Holland, born 1843 Linn County, Mo. went to Fannin County, Texas, Married and then went to Western Oklahoma and became a large wheat Farmer, died in the early 1930. Elizabeth L.Holland, born in Linn Co. Mo. 1845 and died there in 1861. Perry R. (Bud) Holland, born l848, Linn County, Mo. went to Fannin County, Texas and died there in 1903. Buried in Brown Cemetery, Bonham, Texas. Rebecca A.Holland, born 1851 in Linn County, Mo. went to Fannin County, Texas, Married a William Hatcher. Both are buried in Caddo Oklahoma Cemetery. Lucy A. Holland, born in l853,  in Linn County Mo. went to Fannin County Texas, married a Foster, and both are buried in the Brown Cemetery, Bonham, Texas along the side of Robert W. and Clarissa Holland, Clarissa Margart Holland, born l856, Linn County Mo. Married William T. Roberts, time of death and place of burial unknown. Robert F. Holland Born l857, Linn County Mo. Married Sophronia Elizabeth Taylor in Bonham, Fannin County, Texas, moved to Bryan County, Oklahoma in the early 1890's, both are buried in Durant Oklahoma. (These are Grand Parents to James F. Holland revisor of family informtion.)
    Robert W. born in Tennessee moved to Sullivan Co. Mo. abt. 1834 with his father Jacob. Found on 1840 census of Linn Co.along with wife and several children. Robert was a Captain in Company H, Holland's Linn Co. Prov. Co. #107 E.M.M. enrolled July 26, 1862 - 60 days, Aug 12, 1863, Oct.28,1863, Aug 5, 1864, Nov 30, 1864 served under Gen. Bartholow and Col. Harrison. He also served out a term in the House of Representatives, State of Missouri in 1864 when Dr. John F. Powers died. He was a Justice of Peace April 10, 1869 when R.W. sold his land NE 28 W1/2NW SE 27.58-20 for $8400. He lived next door to John J. Pershing's estate on a large estate of his own .  In 1869-70 he moved with 11 wagon loads of goods along with some of his children to Bonham, Texas. It is said that he had a land grant of 1280 acres in Fannon Co. signed by Anson Jones, President of Republic of Texas on Feb. 18 1845. On Oct 2, 1869 he paid $1000 for 120 acres on the Bois d'Arc creek which were part of the Head Right Survey of 1280 acres patened to Jacob Ketchum. RW also bought 100 tame and wild hogs, 35-100 head of cattle that same month. Between Oct. 18 and May 7, 1872 he bought 670 acres in that same area.. He aquired and sold a number of acres of land as the records in Bohnam court house seem to show."


George Washington Holland

1Holland Family Records Compiled by Pat & James H. Holland, Provided to T.Mason in 1999. "Found George in Mo. on cencus records as a child. Then married to Martha Maxwell at the residence of William H. Maxwell 13 Feb. 1862. He was listed on 1880 census of Bonham, Fannin, Tx. In the 1900 census he was in Choctaw Nation Census (Oklahoma) sometime between 1900 and 1910. He moved to New Mexico, and died before 1910 when I found Martha L. as head of house and widowed, living Roosevelt Co. Precinct No. 11, Carter District, New Mexico. In 1920 found her living with her son William F. and daughter Rebecca (both were not married)."

2Holland Family Records compiled by Dianne Holland Jones.

31900 U.S. Census, T623_1852, 14 Jun 1900. "Holland, Geo W Head WM Feb 1836 64 M 39 Missouri Tennessee Tennessee Farmer
-------, Matha Wife WF May 1844 56 M 39 6 6 Missouri Virginia Virginia
-------, Rebecca J Daughter WF Feb 1863 37 S Missouri Missouri Missouri
-------, Lucy Daughter WWF Jan 1873 27 S Texas Missouri Missouri School Teacher
-------, Wm F son WM Apr 1880 20 S Texas Missouri Missouri Day Laborer
Maxwell, George Nephew WM Sept 1888 11 Texas Missouri Texas."


Jacob Lafayette Holland

1Holland Family Records Compiled by Pat & James H. Holland, Provided to T.Mason in 1999. BIRTHPLACE: Milan, Sullivan, Missouri.

2Holland Family Records compiled by Dianne Holland Jones.

31870 U.S. Census, M593_75 pg 137B, 22 Jul 1870.

41880 U.S. Census, Roll 70 FHF 1254070 pg 41D. "Holland, Jacob L. WM 42 M Mining Supt Missouri Kentucky Kentucky
-------, Sarah WF 37 Wife M Keeping house Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
-------, Kalee WF 18 dau S at home Nevada Missouri Pennsylvania
-------, Josephene WF 12 daughter S at school California Georgia Pennsylvania
-------, Elwell WM 4 son S California Missouri Pennsylvania
Johnson, Maria BF 40 Servant Wd Kentucky ___ Kentucky."


Wesley Beryl Holland

1Holland Family Records Compiled by Pat & James H. Holland, Provided to T.Mason in 1999. "Wesley B. Holland born February 14, 1840 in Milan, Missouri in Sullivan
County. Mr. Holland enlisted March 10, 1863, was ordered into active service
April 1, 1863 in Laclede, Missouri and was discharged on October 28, 1863. He
served 7 months and 18 days. He was a Pvt. in Co. H. 2nd Regt. Prov Enrolled
Missouri Militia. Wesley B. Holland was admitted to the Soldier Home on July
4, 1907 and he took discharge at his own request, July 29, 1907. Readmitted
July 02, 1908 and he remained there until he died on August 6, 1916 at 4;30
P.M. Service by B.L. Wright. Mr. Holland was a Widower, occupation was a
farmer, and disability was rheumatism. He is buried in the St. James Missouri
Veterans Home Cemetery row 10, grave 25."


Elizabeth Edwards

1Holland Family Records Compiled by Pat & James H. Holland, Provided to T.Mason in 1999. "Wesley B. Holland born February 14, 1840 in Milan, Missouri in Sullivan
County. Mr. Holland enlisted March 10, 1863, was ordered into active service
April 1, 1863 in Laclede, Missouri and was discharged on October 28, 1863. He
served 7 months and 18 days. He was a Pvt. in Co. H. 2nd Regt. Prov Enrolled
Missouri Militia. Wesley B. Holland was admitted to the Soldier Home on July
4, 1907 and he took discharge at his own request, July 29, 1907. Readmitted
July 02, 1908 and he remained there until he died on August 6, 1916 at 4;30
P.M. Service by B.L. Wright. Mr. Holland was a Widower, occupation was a
farmer, and disability was rheumatism. He is buried in the St. James Missouri
Veterans Home Cemetery row 10, grave 25."


William R. Whitley

1Holland Family Records compiled by Dianne Holland Jones.


Jacob L. Whitley

1Holland Family Records compiled by Dianne Holland Jones.


Perez Yount Holland

1Holland Family Records Compiled by Pat & James H. Holland, Provided to T.Mason in 1999. "Find on 1900 cences records that Bud and Tennie had 11 children. I have only found 9. Bud bought land from R.W. on Bois d'Arc. Ran a prosperous saw mill, the only one in the area."


Margaret Tennessee Moore

1Holland Family Records Compiled by Pat & James H. Holland, Provided to T.Mason in 1999. "I think Susan Moore and James E. Moore are Tennie's parents. I have 1880 census of Bonham that lists Susan Moore born Tenn. abt. 1818. She lists her age as 62 along with a daughter Jane C. born abt. 1859 (age is 25)."


William Isaam Hatcher

11880 U.S. Census, FHL Film 1255302; National Archives Film T9-1302; Page 335B. "Household:                     Rel    Sex    Marr Race Age Birthplace
Wm. I. HATCHER            Self   Male     M    W      28  TX   Occ: Farmer              Fa: GA Mo: MS
Rebecca A. HATCHER   Wife  Female M    W      29  MO  Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Martha E. HATCHER       Dau   Female S    W        6  TX    Occ: At Home            Fa: TX Mo: MO
Lucy L. HATCHER          Dau   Female S    W        2  TX    Occ: At Home            Fa: TX Mo: MO."