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Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


Overstreet Holman

Sealing information for Overstreet Holman concerns him being sealed to his father, Absalom B. Holman, Jr. and his first wife, Catherine Overstreet. Catherine Overstreet is NOT Overstreet Holman's mother. Joanah W. Overstreet is Overstreet's mother. Therefore the sealing to parent date of: 23 Feb 1994 for OGDEN is not included in the temple listings.

The sealing to spouse is acceptable to me; however, I only know that Overstreet and his parents and siblings families lived in Overton Co., Tennessee and he also reared his family there too. I do know of one instance when Overstreet went to Missouri to the Lovell family. That was when he went to get a statement from James Lovell concerning the Overstreet-Holman-Barksdale Supreme Court battle of the 1850s.

Information on his family can be found: 1900 Clay Co., TN census, pg. 295A and B.

CENSUS: The family is in the 1880 Clay Co., TN census, complete for this wife.


Absolum B. Holman

CENSUS: pg. 105 of 1880 Clay Co., TN census book has him living with his grandfather A. B. Jr. I know his father had remarried and maybe this was the family solution. His brother was also living with the grandfather.


Overstreet Holman

Sealing information for Overstreet Holman concerns him being sealed to his father, Absalom B. Holman, Jr. and his first wife, Catherine Overstreet. Catherine Overstreet is NOT Overstreet Holman's mother. Joanah W. Overstreet is Overstreet's mother. Therefore the sealing to parent date of: 23 Feb 1994 for OGDEN is not included in the temple listings.

The sealing to spouse is acceptable to me; however, I only know that Overstreet and his parents and siblings families lived in Overton Co., Tennessee and he also reared his family there too. I do know of one instance when Overstreet went to Missouri to the Lovell family. That was when he went to get a statement from James Lovell concerning the Overstreet-Holman-Barksdale Supreme Court battle of the 1850s.

Information on his family can be found: 1900 Clay Co., TN census, pg. 295A and B.

CENSUS: The family is in the 1880 Clay Co., TN census, complete for this wife.


Langford J. Holman

Have a source that says Langford Holman was born in 1871; however, the 1870 census says that he was one year old at census time.


Sadler Holman

The 1900 Clay Co., TN census states that they had only 10 children with all ten still living at the time of the census. All other records indicate they had twelve children. So, more research will have to be done to check this information.

LAND: pg. 52 of Cemetery book states "Sally" Holman land now owned by Andre "Doc" Key. Land on Neelys Creek.


Norman Holman

CENSUS: pg. 105 of 1880 Clay Co., census book has him listed as being 3 years old. However, his brother, Hiram, is not listed in the census and he would have been 3 at the time of the census. Since I don't have any further information on the child, Norman, I wonder if these two children shouldn't be one listing, Hiram???


James L. Holman

CENSUS: pg. 105 of 1880 Clay Co., TN census book has him living with his grandfather A. B. Jr. I know his father had remarried and maybe this was the family solution. His brother was also living with the grandfather.


Celia Marvena Holman

NAME: pg. 97 of Cemetery book has her listed as C. Minerva Meadows.


Arch Richard (Dick) Stone

RESEARCHER-DESCENDANTS: Information sent to T.Mason on 18 Jul 2005 by Betty Owens [bbowens@prodigy.net].

Original notes stated his name was Arch T. Stone. Don't know what the T. stands for.

1900 Clay County census states that he had three children but only 2 survived to the census time.

Have a problem with this family grouping. Somewhere I got a death date of 1892 for this Arch Stone. Need to locate information. The Clay census has this entry for 1900: Archa R. Stone, 9-1868, married 8 years, 3 children; 2 living; all born TN Joanna W., 10-1867 Micager, son, 8-1893 Darthula, daughter, Jan 1899.


William Shields Holman

The 1900 Census has William Holman's birth date: June 1869 Source information for his family comes from the 1900 Clay Co., TN census, pg 255A.

Some sources state that William and Rachel married on 22 December.


Absalom B. (Red) Holman

The 1900 Clay Co., TN census states that "Red" and Julia Holman had four children with four still living at the time of the census; however, there were only three listed with this family. The listed children were: Mollie, born June 1895; William R., born Aug 1896; and Permelia E., born Jan 1897. This last date seems to be wrong, as she would have been born 6 months after her brother. They stated they had been married for 7 years at the time of the census.