|Birth: ||Jan. 10, 1908|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Nov. 25, 1996|
Boston Herald Obituary of 28 Nov 1996:
Mr. [H. Hobart] Holly was a civil engineer for the Metcalf and Eddy Engineering firm in Boston, Bethlehem Steel Corp. at the Fore River Shipyard in Quincy and the Federal Shipbuilding Co. of New Jersey. In Quincy, he performed design engineering and architectural work on the USS Independence and the USS Constitution.
He was both the Quincy historian and the Braintree historian. A member of 17 historical societies, Mr. Holly served as president of the Quincy Historical Society for 20 years. He worked at the Quincy Historical Society Adams Academy Building Library for several years and wrote and edited two books, "History of Quincy," and "History of Braintree."
Notes of Patricia Thayer Muno, Thayer Family Historian, Thayer Families Association:
H. Hobart "Hobie" Holly was the son of Henry Hobart Holly (1872-1917) and Charlotte Chapin Morgan (1873- ). He helped in the formation of the Thayer Families Association. As an authority of families in the Braintree, Quincy and Randolph, Massachusetts area, he helped hundreds of individuals with their lineage queries.
Virginia Nash Holly (1915 - 2010)
Blue Hill Cemetery
Created by: Patricia THAYER Muno
Record added: Nov 28, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 62280392
Rest in peace, sir.|
Scott C Carney
Added: Dec. 9, 2010
Hobie, You helped more people than you can ever know! Thank you for your continued friendship through the decades, Patricia|
Patricia THAYER Muno
Added: Nov. 28, 2010