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Catharine Ann Pierce Holt
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Birth: Feb. 26, 1826
Natchitoches Parish
Louisiana, USA
Death: Jun. 2, 1889
Vowells Mill
Natchitoches Parish
Louisiana, USA

Reuben and Catherine Holt owned a huge plantation with a big colonial type home. Then War broke out and she lost her husband, and her slaves. She was then unable to run the plantation. Her money was worthless. Her large family helped and they survived. Mother Holt was an efficient midwife and delivered numberless babies for neighbors as well as for the slave mothers.
Family links: 
  Reuben L Holt (1817 - 1867)
  Margaret Edna Holt Barnhill (1839 - 1882)*
  Charles Edwin Holt (1844 - 1929)*
  Algerina Rena Holt Wagley (1848 - 1939)*
  Mary Elizabeth Holt (1850 - 1862)*
  James Rufus Holt (1852 - 1916)*
  Eliza Jane Holt Clark (1854 - 1950)*
  William Travis Holt (1855 - 1927)*
  Emma Catherine Holt Walters (1856 - 1936)*
  John Jefferson Holt (1860 - 1920)*
  William Kelly Holt (1864 - 1935)*
  Reuben L Holt (1866 - 1888)*
*Calculated relationship
Red Rock Cemetery
Natchitoches Parish
Louisiana, USA
Maintained by: Duffie and Kathy
Originally Created by: zzyzx1947
Record added: Oct 27, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 22491374
Catharine Ann <i>Pierce</i> Holt
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Catharine Ann <i>Pierce</i> Holt
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Catharine Ann <i>Pierce</i> Holt
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Step daughter of my 3rd great grandfather
- Elaine
 Added: Feb. 9, 2015
RIP Grandma Catharine Ann Pierce Holt
- Rebecca Scano
 Added: Mar. 5, 2012

- Phyllis
 Added: Feb. 16, 2008

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