Holland Families of Maryland: With Numerous References to Holland Families of South Carolina, West Virginia and Elsewhere, and Including References to Numerous Other Allied Families
The Hollands are notable for intermarrying with a number of Montgomery Co.'s long established families. They are presumed to have first settled in VA, either as indentured servants or freemen. Although data on the early history of the family is scarce, the most likely progenitor of the lines discussed in this volume is the immigrant Anthony Holland (?-1703). This work traces his line of descent through his son Capell and his daughter Elizabeth. The connection between the Holland family and the Gott family is also explored. H1730HB - $22.50
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35 Poole 75 Holland acres Allnutt Anna Anne Arundel County Anthony Holland appeared Baltimore Barber Beall Beallsville Benjamin born April born August born December born February born January born July born June born March born November born October born September Bowie buried at Monocacy census Charles child Collinson Counselman Darby daughter December 14 Dickerson died April died August died December died February died January died March died November died October died September Eleanor Ellen February 12 Frederick County George given name gomery County Grimes head of household Heritage Books Holland died James Jane January 11 Joseph listed living Magruder Margaret marriage Married April Married December Married January Married November married second Monocacy Cemetery Monongalia County Montgomery County Nathan November 24 October 24 Perry Poolesville Prettyman Prince George's County probated Rachel Rebecca Richard Gott Rockville Samuel Sarah September 18 Third District Thomas Virginia Warfield White wife William Holland