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Nathaniel Holley, Jr
Birth: 1715
Bertie County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Dec. 16, 1791
Warthen
Washington County
Georgia, USA

My 7th great Grandfather.

Son of Nathaniel Holley, Sr. & Jean Ricks; grandson of Unknown Holley's and Isaac II & Sarah (maiden name unknown) Ricks.

Rev Carlos Jones Tyler in his book "Gleanings in the Family Field" Compiled, Edited and Privately Published by Mary-Helen Sears Foxx. Glendale, AZ 1976:
"Warrant #2457 State of NC Auditors Office. Salisbury District July 19, 1786. This is to certify that Nathaniel Holley established his claim and was allowed sum of 40 pounds and 8 shillings. Signed John Auld, Stephen Miller and Thomas C. Chiles. Copied from original.

"There is another warrant #2457 Nathaniel Holley established his claim and was allowed 26 pounds. Sept 6, 1786. Signed Stephen Miller and M. L. Chiles." The above are original records of Revolutionary War.

Married Jane Simmons, before 1742 probably in Bertie Co., NC. Known children:
Julius Holley
Nathaniel Holley
William Holley
Hannah Simmons Holley

June 26, 2013 note from phillip.fazzini@zoomtown.com, "Listed on DAR Library # A200428." 
 
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 Children:
  Hannah Simmons Holley Wicker (1742 - 1818)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Wicker Cemetery
Warthen
Washington County
Georgia, USA
 
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