Administration of the Estate of Major Holloway:
Wake County North Carolina Court Minutes 1804-1807, Book VI
May Term 1804 – Administration on the estate of Major Holloway decsd. Granted to Sarah HOLLOWAY Widow &c who enters into bond in the sum of Three thousand pounds with William Ferrell and John Reves her Security and at the same time qualified agreeably to Law.
Wake County, NC Wills, Book 6
Holloway, Major dec'd Division of land Nov 1804 p 355
on Eloby’s Creek No. 1 to Betsy Holloway, intermarried with John Reves 32a. No. 2 to James Holloway 32 a. No. 3 on Elobey’s Creek next to Reves' to Samuel Holloway 35a. No. 4 to Polly Holloway 35a. No. 5 to Nancy Holloway 35A. No. 6 to Sally Holloway 36a. No. 7 to John Holloway 34a. No. 8 to Thomas Holloway 35a. No. 9 to Nathaniel Holloway 30a. 3 Nov 1804. Plat p. 355.
Comm: John G. Rencher, Geo Brasfield, Matw Jones, James Ferrell, James Kimbrough. Holloway, Major dec'd Estate Sale Aug 1804 p. 307
Buyers: 12 July 1804: Thomas Holloway, Jr, Negro boy Isham, Sarah Holloway, Negro man, Harry, woman Patience...others listed are: James Holloway, Mordecai Southerland, Sarah Holloway, Martin H. Burton, William Williams, Martin Halleburton, Thomas Holloway, Sr, Isaac Carpenter, John Holloway, John Alston, Jr, John Alston, Sr, Josiah Allen, Solomon Jones, John Reavis/Reves.
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