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   LB_00  Anna Holland/John Doughty
          - Harlean Publications/Dorothy Miller Scott - mailed materials

   LB_01  Joseph Holland of London, ENG
          - Mary Burton Derrickson McCurdy - notebook at GSOP.

   LB_02  Richard Holland
          - Mary Burton Derrickson McCurdy - notebook at GSOP.
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LINKAGE BEGIN 00 Anna Holland/John Doughty

Anna Holland 61
   bf~1543 ___ __ to William Holland 60 et ux Alice (nee Doddington 60) Holland
   mm~1565 ___ __ John Doughty 61 in Burwarton, Shropshire, England
   bm~1540 ___ __ in England
   dm 1605 Dec 22 Duddlewick, Shropshire, England
 with John Doughty 61
   Robert 62      Anne 62        John 62        William 62     Mary 62
   b1566          b1567          b1569          b1570          b1574
   Francis 62     Thomas 62      Joan 62        Dorothie 62
   b1576          b1582          b1584          b1585

LINKAGE END 00 Anna Holland/John Doughty
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LINKAGE BEGIN 01  Joseph Holland of London, ENG

Joseph Holland 05
   n. of London, ENG. - Mary Burton Derrickson McCurdy
   n. clothworker of London.
   wm 1658 Dec 25 proved 1658/9 Jan 17 mentions a son Nathaniel of Watertown in
      New England and a son Samuel in Virginia.
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Nathaniel Holland 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Holland 05
   n. of Watertown, MA. rwc - check Henry Bond

Samuel Holland 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Holland 05
   n. one of the headrights given by Capt. Augustine Warner for a grant of land
      received 1658/9 in VA.

LINKAGE END 01  Joseph Holland of London, ENG

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John Holland _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R583 P303B L32 603/646
      Queens Co., Jamaica
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct 01, Jno. W. Demott, Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Holland               34M Farmer                     NY
 Mary I.                    21F                            NY
 Jane C.                     3F                            NY
 Fanny                       1F                            NY
 Richard                    23M Farmer                     NY
 Charles                    27M Carpenter                  NY
 Phebe Wat..                10F                            NY
 Jane Conner                18F                            IRE
   n. John C. Sloothoff 56 lives next door.

Henry Holland _
   n. Mr. William Stone of Accomac, VA on the Eastern Shore, lists Henry as a
      headright in a part later called Northampton 1635 Jun 04.

Richard Holland _
   n. Also in Northampton (at that time still called Accomac) a Richard Holland
      was one of 40 headrights on a land certificate for 2000 acres granted
      Col. Obediance Robins 1640/1 Jan 11 - VA Mag. of Hist. & Bio. V28 P142.
      In 1642 and in honor of Col. Robins, Northampton Co. replaced the original
      Indian named Accomac Co. which in 1663, the upper part of Northampton Co.
      bordering on Maryland reverted once again to Accomac Co.

John Holland _
   n. 1649 Sep __ a headright of Henry Bishop for a grant in Northampton Co.
   n. 1650 Aug __ a headright of Stephen Charlton for a grant in Northampton Co.

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LINKAGE BEGIN 02  Richard Holland


Richard Holland 06
   bm~1635 ENG or Eastern Shore, VA.
   mf ____ ___ __ Frances _ 06
   n. 1669 tithable for one in Accomac. Accomac Deeds and Wills 1664-71 P133.
      1670 ditto. Ditto P165.
      1671 tithable for one in the precinct of Mr. Littleton, Accomac from whom
      he bought land a few years later. Ditto P29.
   ld 1673 Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore, V1 P677, Plot A30 in attached map
      Grantor: Southey Littleton and wife Sarah.
      Grantee: Richard Holland
      Description: between the forks of Butcher's Creek, in Accomac.
   ld 1674 Ibid. V2 P804
      Grantor: William Pensax, master of ship John & William.
      Grantee: Richard Holland
      Description: 600 acres in the wood near a great white marsh between
      Pongotige and Motompkin.
   ld 1677 Ibid. V1 P683
      Grantor: Richard Holland et ux Frances
      Grantee: Henry Selman
      Description: 180 acres bought in 1673.
   n. 1677 tithable for one , Capt. Edmond Scarburgh's List.  Accomac Orders
      1676-78, P56. See Scarburgh in the Waples File.
   ld 1678 VA, Richmond Archives, Land Grants Patent Book 6 P183.
   n. 1678 Apr 17 Deposition at Accomac Court giving age as 43.  Accomac Orders
      1676-1678 P135)
   n. Mary has plenty more.

LINKAGE END 02  Richard Holland
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John Holland _
   n. one of the first settlers of Salem, N.C.,

William Holland _
   n. of Salem, NC

Francis Raymond Holland _
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Holland of Salem, NC
   mf ____ ___ __ Eliaz Augusta Wolle _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jacob Wolle _ of Bethlehem, PA
   n. Reverend Francis Raymond Holland was a Moravian missionary, and principal
      of a school in Jamaica for the training of native ministers.

William Jacob Holland _
   bm 1848 Aug 16 to Francis Raymond Holland _ et ux Eliza Augusta (nee Wolle
      _) Holland on the island of Jamaica
   n. From Will Lyles
      The 20th Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, V5 P308
      and on the maternal side from the Rev. Francis Doughty, the original
      grantee of a large tract of land now included in the borough of Brooklyn,
      N.Y., who, in 1643, preached the first sermon in the English language upon
      Manhattan Island.
      A naturalist, William Jacob acquired his preparatory education at Salem,
      N.C., and in the Moravian college to Bethlehem, Pa., and was graduated
      from Amherst in 1869. He taught school for a the at Amherst and
      Westborough, Mass., and was graduated from Princeton Theological seminary
      in 1874. He then became pastor of a Presbyterian church in Pittsburg,
      which grew under his care to be one of the largest and most influential
      churches of the city. He resigned the pastorate in 1891, to become the
      chancellor of the Western University of Pennsylvania. In connection with
      the duties of this position he filled the chair of zoology and comparative
      anatomy and devoted much the to paleontological investigations in Wyoming
      and other western states. He travelled extensively in Europe; was
      naturalist of the U.S. eclipse expedition to Japan in 1887, and in 1889
      was appointed to a similar position in connection with the eclipse
      expedition sent out to West Africa by the U.S.  Navy department. He was
      one of the founders, and president from its inception, of the Academy of
      Science and Art of Pittsburg, and in 1897 was made the director of the
      Carnegie Museum in Pittsburg, from where he sent out several important
      exploring expeditions. He was elected a member of many of the leading
      scientific societies of the United States and Europe, and in 1892
      president of the Entonmlogical club of Cambridge, Mass. He received the
      degree of Ph. D. from Washington and Jefferson college in 1886; that of
      D.D. from Amherst in 1888, and that of LL.D. from Dickinson in 1896, and
      from New York university in 1898. He became especially well known as a
      lepidopterist, and is the author of: The Butterfly Book (1899), and
      numerous contributions upon this branch of entomology to various
      scientific journals.
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   n. Holland_DE1850_monoline


Joshua Holland _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P        R443 P434B L32  35/37.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Medford Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 14, _ Clark, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Joshua Hollin              66M Laborer                 900NJ
 Margaret  "                56F                            NJ
 Nataseh Holland            23F                            NJ
 Amanda E. "                17F                            NJ
 Henrietta Susan "          2mF                            NJ

James Holland _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P        R443 P434B L37  36/38.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Medford Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 14, _ Clark, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 James Hollin               28M Carpenter               700NJ
 Azala?    "                24F                            NJ
 Samuel A. "                 7M                            NJ       S
 Sushrona E.?                5F                            NJ       S
 Angeline V.?                3F                            NJ
 Thomas C. "                 1M                            NJ


   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P10   R55 P57A L33  857/857.
      DE, Sussex Co., Lewes Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 22, __ ______ Asst Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks James Lank                 26M Farmer                     SussCoDE
 Mariah "                   24F                               "
 John E. "                   1M                               "
 Hetty E. Holland           18F                               "
 Thomas Calhoon             18M Labourer                      "

Daniel Holland _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P10   R55 P58A L30  867/867.
      DE, Sussex Co., Lewes Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 23, __ ______ Asst Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Daniel Holland             57MBLaborer                 100SussCoDE  I
 Frances  "                 40FB                               "     I
 John     "                 14MB                               "
 Comfort  "                 13FB                               "
 Joshua   "                 11MB                               "
 Lucy A.  "                  7FB                               "


   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P10   R55 P63B L1  944/944.
      DE, Sussex Co., Lewes Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 25, __ ______ Asst Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Dickerson          35M Farmer                 1000SussCoDE  I
 Sarah Jane  "              28F                              "       I
 Comfort Holland            70F                              "       I
 Joseph White                8MB                             "
 Mary Miller                77FB                             "       I
 Maria White                 6FB                             "

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   n. Holland_NJ1850_monoline

Mary J. Holland _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P167   R444 P365B L30 600/624.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Southampton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 06,  Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Mary Sutts                 78F                        6000NJ
 Jacob Sutts                42M Farmer                     NJ
 Sarah Steinbeck            49F                            NJ
 James Sprag                12M                            NJ
 Mary J. Holland            10F (16?)                      NY
 Eden Chambers              16F                            NJ

Bridget Holland _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P        R443 P420A L5  402/428.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Mt. Holly Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 James Hicke                40M Laborer                    Ireland       Insane
 Mary   "                   35F                               "
 Ellen Bowman               22F                               "      I
 Bridget Holland            12F                               "

Charles Holland _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P        R445 P84B L18  288/305.
      NJ, Camden Co., Camden City, South Ward.
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct 03, E. P. Andrews,_ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles Holland            31M Book Binder                PA
 Joanna     "               26F                            NJ
 Charles    "                4M                            PA
 Francis    "               6mF                            PA

   n. End monoline.

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      Reference:
      1. Soundex H453 - Holland
      2. Holland - Mary Burton Derrickson McCurdy - Loose leaf notebook at GSOP.
      3. GSOP - Genealogical Society of PA.

finis
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Index


Anna Holland 61 P2                     Bridget Holland _ P9                  
Charles Holland _ P9                   Daniel Holland _ P8                   
Francis Raymond Holland _ P7           Henry Holland _ P5                    
James Holland _ P8                     John Holland _ P5                     
John Holland _ P7                      Joseph Holland 05 P3                  
Joshua Holland _ P8                    Mary J. Holland _ P9                  
Nathaniel Holland 06 P4                Richard Holland 06 P6                 
Richard Holland _ P5                   Samuel Holland 06 P4                  
William Holland _ P7                   William Jacob Holland _ P7            



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Doughty, John 61 P2                    P7, E P7                              
_, Frances 06 P6                                                             

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