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Nancy Ann Philpot Holliday
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Birth: 1836
Carrollton
Carroll County
Georgia, USA
Death: 1879
Cherry Hill
Polk County
Arkansas, USA

Nancy Ann is the 2nd wife of John Quincy Adams Holliday. She is daughter of Jesse Robert and Gemima Deason Philpot and mother to Jesse Robert and Louisa Ann Roby from her 1st marriage to Thomas Greenberry Roby. Nancy and John Holliday had children Julia Caroline, John M., Nancy Belle, Sarah Elizabeth, Jemima and Newell Lake. Nancy died the same year as Newell was born, leaving the question... Did she die from child birth?...very possible back then! 
 
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 Parents:
  Jesse Robert Philpot (1809 - 1885)
  Gimima Deason Philpot (1811 - 1876)
 
 Spouse:
  John Quincy Adams Holliday (1828 - 1892)*
 
 Children:
  Louisa Roby Egger (1857 - ____)*
  Jesse Robert Roby (1858 - 1927)*
  Julia Caroline Holliday Dilbeck (1864 - 1931)*
  Nancy Belle Holliday Pullen (1877 - 1951)*
  Newell Lake Holliday (1879 - 1940)*
 
 Siblings:
  Micager Philpot (1831 - 1905)*
  James Marion Philpot (1834 - 1905)*
  Nancy Ann Philpot Holliday (1836 - 1879)
  Thomas Henry Philpot (1847 - 1932)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Cherry Hill Cemetery
Cherry Hill
Polk County
Arkansas, USA
 
Created by: Anita
Record added: Feb 26, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18081770
Nancy Ann <i>Philpot</i> Holliday
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Nancy Ann <i>Philpot</i> Holliday
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Nancy Ann <i>Philpot</i> Holliday
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- Anita
 Added: Jun. 12, 2016

- Loye Philpott Roach
 Added: Feb. 9, 2008

- Anita
 Added: Feb. 26, 2007
 
 
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