12. Our Samuel Holloway of TN Putnam County , son of Our Bremillion "Brim" Holloway Nc Orange  and Sarah Proctor Holloway Nc Orange , was born in 1799 in NC Orange County, died in 1880 in TN Putnam, Algood at age 81, and was buried in Algood Cemetery probably.
Census: 1830, TN Rhea County. 12001 02001
Biographical note. Samuel Holloway, son of Bremillion, was born ca 1799 in North Carolina. He died in Putnam, County, Tennessee, after 1870. Samuel married Frances Davison/Davidson in Rhea County on December 23, 1819. He was a farmer and lived in Rhea County until the 1850's. Later, he moved to Putnam County where he died. After his death, his wife returned to Rhea County and lived with Elvira Holloway, wife of James Holloway. Samuel and Frances had nine children: Eliza A., Pleasant M. , Myra, Emeline, John, Joseph, Andrew J., George W., and Samuel H. Two of Samuel and Frances Holloway's descendants, Roxie Wade Thompson and Pearl Wade Thurman, still live in this area.
Gordon H. Holloway
24. Our Bremillion "Brim" Holloway Nc Orange ,33 son of Our Major Holloway of Wake County  and Sarah Patterson , was born in 1770 in NC34 and died circa 1840 in TN Rhea at age 70.
Census: 1810, NC Orange County. Image 303
Census: 1800, NC Orange County. 20010 01100-00
Marriage: 26 Aug 1794, NC Orange County. This or the earlier Bremillion Holloway was the bondsmand for the marriage of MARY HOLLOWAY and JAMES WOOD: witness- A. B. Bruce
Census: 1800, NC Wake County.35 John, William, and Major Holloway.
HOLLOWAY Brim M-32 034 574 20010-01100-00
Emigration: 1814, TN.
Census: 1830, TN Rhea County. 00110001 00000001
Bremillion married Sarah Proctor Holloway Nc Orange 1 [MRIN: 8125] on 5 Feb 1798 in NC Orange, AbramWhitaker, bondsman- Jn Taylor, witness.36
25. Sarah Proctor Holloway Nc Orange ,1 daughter of Joseph Proctor Unproven  and Unknown, was born in 1774 in NC Orange County, maybe14 and died after 1830 in TN Rhea Probably.
Sarah married Our Bremillion "Brim" Holloway Nc Orange 33 [MRIN: 8125] on 5 Feb 1798 in NC Orange, AbramWhitaker, bondsman- Jn Taylor, witness.36
Sarah next married Our Bremillion "Brim" Holloway Nc Orange 33 [MRIN: 1435] in 1798 in NC Orange County.
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96. Our Bremillion or Bremilan Holloway maybe JOHN ,87 son of Our Bremillion Holloway  and Unknown, was born in 1725 in VA Henrico, Turkey Island and died before 1790 in NC Orange probably.
Fact: 1635, VA Henrico County organized.88 At Michaellmas then next followinge, Sir Thomas Dale removed himfelf with three hundred persons for the buildinge of Henrico Towne, where being landed he oppreffed his whole companye with such extraordinarye labors by daye and watchinge by night, as maye seeme incredible to the eares of any who had not the experimentall triall thereof. Wante of houfes at firft landinge in the colde of winter, and pinchinge hunger continually bitinge, made thofe impofed labours moft infufferable, and the beft fruits and effects therof to be hoe better then the flaughter of his Majefty's free ftlbjects by starveinge, hangeinge, burneinge, breakinge upon the wheele and shootinge to deathe, fume (inure than halle famished) runninge to the Indians to gett reliefe being againe returned were burnt to death. Some for stealinge to satisfie their hunger were hanged, and one chained to a tree till he starved to death; others attemptinge to run awaye in a barge and a shallop (all the Boates that were then in the Collonye) and therin to adventure their lives to their native countrye, beinge difcovered and prevented, were fhott to death, hanged and broken upon the wheele, betides continuall whippings, extraordinary punishments, workinge as slaves in irons for terme of yeares (and that for petty offences) weare dayly executed. Many famished in holes and other poore cabbins in the grounde, not respected becaufe ficknes had difabled them for labour, nor was their fufficient for them that were more able to worke, our bell allowance beinge but nine ounces of corrupt and putrified meale and halfe a pinte
Land Grant: 1751, VA Henrico County, Richmond.
Bremillion married Martha  [MRIN: 1437].
Children from this marriage were:
i. Thomas Holloway RWS  was born circa 1747 in VA Henrico County, Richmond maybe and died on 9 Apr 1835 in NC Orange County89 at age 88.
ii. John Holloway RWS  was born in 1759 in VA Henrico County, Richmond90 and died in 1837 in TN Morgan90 at age 78.
48 iii. Our Major Holloway of Wake County 
iv. Rachel Holloway Stevens  was born circa 1760 in NC Orange County, maybe.
v. Ruth Holloway Ray  was born circa 1760 in NC Orange County, maybe.
vi. Jane Holloway Stevens  was born circa 1760 in NC Orange County, maybe.
vii. Lettis Holloway Smith  was born circa 1760 in NC Orange County, maybe.
viii. Mary Holloway Wood  was born circa 1771 in NC Orange County, maybe.
ix. Suckey Holloway Whitaker  was born circa 1768 in NC Orange County, maybe.
x. Lucy Holloway Whitaker  was born circa 1774 in NC Orange County, maybe.
xi. Elizabeth Holloway Unproven  was born circa 1776 in NC Orange County, maybe.
xii. William Holloway  was born circa 1768 in NC Wake County maybe.
xiii. Nancy Holloway Unproven  was born circa 1782 in NC Wake County maybe.
xiv. Thomas Holloway Unproven  was born circa 1787 in NC Wake County maybe.
97. Martha  was born circa 1725 and died after 1790 in NC Orange if same person.
Martha married Our Bremillion or Bremilan Holloway maybe JOHN 87 [MRIN: 1437].
98. Patterson  was born circa 1740.
Census: 1790, NC Wake County. PATTERSON: (Paterson)
Smith Paterson, 3-0-3-0-0
Francis Paterson- 4-0-0-0-0
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