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The Holladay family

Alvis Milton Holladay, Sr
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Brentwood, Tennessee : A.M. Holladay, Sr., c1983
v, 602 p. : ill., coats of arms (1 col.), facsims., maps, ports.

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Bibliography at the end of each chapter.

Includes index.

Includes Brandon, Crider (Kreider, Cryder), Gustin, Hilliard, Holland, Lee and related families.

"This first edition consists of 500 copies ... this is book number 292."

John Holladay (1676-1742) immigrated from England to Norfolk County, Virginia in 1701/1702, later moving to Isle of Wight County, King William County, Caroline County, and finally to Spotsylvania County. Descendants lived in Virginia, South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas and elsewhere.

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