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Holder family biographical and historical records and genealogy of Daniel Holder, 1758-1843 : of Fauquier & Pittsylvania Counties, Virginia and Union County, South Carolina

Woolen, Edward A., 1916- (Added Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Decorah, Iowa : Anundsen, 1992
[250] p. in various pagings : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Material in this text was edited by Edward A. Woolen.

Includes index.

Family history and genealogical information about the descendants of Daniel Holder who was born ca. 1758 in Prince William Co., Virginia. He was the son of Davis Holder and Susanna (surname unknown). Daniel married Ruth Welborn ca. 1787 in Randolph Co., North Carolina. They lived in Union Co., South Carolina and were the parents of two sons and six daughters. Descendants lived primarily in South Carolina.

Includes information on the Buice, Hames, Lee, Lemaster and Mabry families.

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