|Death: ||Jun. 1, 1921, USA|
Enlisted in the Army on May 26, 1862, in Monroeville, Ohio. He was an 18-year old farmer, 5'-8" tall with blue eyes and light blond hair. He mustered on Aug 30, 1862, for three years of service to the 101st Ohio infantry. It is unknown what battles he fought in. Admitted to hospital Nov 29, 1864 with dysentery. Listed as deserted on September 20, 1863 from Cleveland, Ohio. Mustered out June 12, 1864. After the Civil War: The 1910 census found him living close to his brother in Clinton, Nebraska. A few years later he and his brother appeared in Washington State. It is unknown when he married his wife, Mary. She died in 1914. They had one son, Ira C. Holloway.
The Seattle Daily Times Friday, June 3, 1921:
Stevens Post to Conduct Funeral.
The veterans of Stevens Post G.A.R. (Grand Army of the Republic), will conduct the funeral services for James Holloway, one of their comrades, at the funeral parlors of the University Undertaking Company at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Mr. Holloway was 77 years old and died at the home of his son, Ira C. Holloway, 4558 Ninth Avenue Northeast in north Seattle, Washington yesterday. Interment will be at the family lot in Everett, Washington.
Ira Holloway (1812 - 1887)
Achsah Holloway (1820 - 1907)
Mary E Holloway (1852 - 1914)*
Created by: Don Gross
Record added: May 30, 2012
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