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A Holmes family of Rowan and Davidson Counties, North Carolina : with Haden, Helig, Reid, Rex, Linn, Smith, Bernhardt, Snider, Pearson, Graham, White, Sawyer, Foushee, Ballou, Hurley, Morrison, King, Erwin, Pannill, Dillard, Knowles

by Jo White Linn for the Hurley family
Linn, Jo White, 1930- (Main Author)
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Salisbury, North Carolina : [s.n.], 1988
xvi, 308 p. : ill., facsims., 1 map (fold.), ports.

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Folded map of Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina in pocket.

Descendants of Reuben Holmes (1754-1831), born in New Jersey or Massachusetts of English descent. He came to North Carolina at the age of eighteen. He had two wives; Sallie Freeland with whom he had seven children, and Mary Northern with whom he had one son, Reuben. He was a large property owner and slaveholder. At the time of his death he owned thirty-two slaves. Descendants live mainly in North Carolina.

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