Holman Freeman

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Personal and Family Information

Holman was born in 1748 in Virginia, the son of Holman Freeman and Sally Ann Cox.

He died in AUG 1817 in Wilkes County, Georgia.

His wife was Peninah Walton, who he married on 10 Nov 1786 in Wilkes County, Georgia. Their three known children were John Walton (1793-1858), Fleming (1791-1875) and Mary Ann (1788-1856).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Holman Freeman
(1748-1817)

 

Holman Freeman
(c1714-c1783)

 

George Freeman
(1684-<1736)

   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Jane Holman
(1689->1735)

 

James Holman
(c1660->1735)

 
     
 
 
   

Sally Ann Cox
(c1715-?)

 

John Cox
(c1690-?)

 

William Cox
(c1600-?)

 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
Birth1748
Place: Virginia
DeathAUG 1817
Place: Wilkes County, Georgia
Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia, Volume 1 This book is said to have caused more problems ……because "all that stuff cannot be proven and much of it can be shown to be false …."
Source: Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia, Volume 1 This book is said to have caused more problems ……because "all that stuff cannot be proven and much of it can be shown to be false …."
Authors: Mrs. Howard H McCall, DAR
Date: 1969
Publisher: Genealogical Pub. Co. Baltimore Vol. 1 originally published 1941, 1969, 1996, 2004. problems…known errors in Simmons families …. < - 2013 Fayetteville AR Library has all 3 volumes of this book, 1969 edition Gen 973.3458 extracts attached>

Will26 APR 1817
Place: Wilkes County, Georgia
Address: Will Book 1818-1819 Page 57 names wife Pereinah, son Fleming, William Bibb, George B Bibb and granddaughter Edny Freeman
Will - Freeman, Holman Jr 1817
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Other EventABT 1777
Place: Georgia
Type: Military Service
Address: siege of Augusta under Gen Elijah Clarke
Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia, Volume 1 This book is said to have caused more problems ……because "all that stuff cannot be proven and much of it can be shown to be false …."
Source: Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia, Volume 1 This book is said to have caused more problems ……because "all that stuff cannot be proven and much of it can be shown to be false …."
Authors: Mrs. Howard H McCall, DAR
Date: 1969
Publisher: Genealogical Pub. Co. Baltimore Vol. 1 originally published 1941, 1969, 1996, 2004. problems…known errors in Simmons families …. < - 2013 Fayetteville AR Library has all 3 volumes of this book, 1969 edition Gen 973.3458 extracts attached>

Georgia's Roster of the Revolution. Containing a list of the State's defenders; Officier and Men........under Authority of the Legislature....
Source: Georgia's Roster of the Revolution. Containing a list of the State's defenders; Officier and Men........under Authority of the Legislature....
Authors: Lucian Larmar Knight, LL. D, F.R.S. State Historian and Director of the Department of Archives and HIstory
Date: 1920
Publisher: Atlanta, Ga. Index Printing Co https://archive.org/details/georgiasrosterrev00knigrich

Other EventABT 1812
Type: Military Service
Address: Col of Batt
Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia, Volume 1 This book is said to have caused more problems ……because "all that stuff cannot be proven and much of it can be shown to be false …."
Source: Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia, Volume 1 This book is said to have caused more problems ……because "all that stuff cannot be proven and much of it can be shown to be false …."
Authors: Mrs. Howard H McCall, DAR
Date: 1969
Publisher: Genealogical Pub. Co. Baltimore Vol. 1 originally published 1941, 1969, 1996, 2004. problems…known errors in Simmons families …. < - 2013 Fayetteville AR Library has all 3 volumes of this book, 1969 edition Gen 973.3458 extracts attached>

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Notes

Note 1

from Thomas M Owen's Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama

http://www.archives.state.al.us/al_sldrs/f_list.html

FREEMAN, PENINAH (WALTON)—Widow of Holman Freeman, Jr. who served in the Revolution under General Elijah Clarke, came to Alabama from Wilkes County, Ga., after the death of her husband in 1817. She was born in 1772, died in 1823, in Alabama, and was married about 1783 to Holman Freeman. Their children were: Fleming, married Sally Bibb; John, married Miss Callaway; and Mary, who married Dr. William Bibb, Territorial Governor of Alabama. All three children moved to Alabama. See also McCall's Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers of Georgia, p. 70. D.A.R. Lineage Book, vol. 38, p. 167.

Note 2

EARLY RECORDS OF GEORGIA, Volume One. Wilkes County, 1932.
Grace Gillam Davidson (Mrs. John Lee), abstracter and compiler, (Vidalia, Georgia, the Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., Publisher, 1968),

[ From Will Book 'D D' ], p. 48:Folio 68--HOLLIDAY, WILLIAM. To wife Ann, land on Little River where we now live for life, final division to two youngest sons, Ayers and John Holliday. To daus. Jane, Mary, Ann, and Elizabeth and to sons Robt., Wm., and Thos., five shillings each. To son Abraham a gray horse. To dau. Mary white mare and dun heifer. To son John sorrel mare. To dau. Margery a black spotted heifer. To son Abraham plantation tools, etc. Wife Ann sole Excx.

Signed Sept. 21, 1778. Proved in presence of the widow July 7, 1786. Holman Freeman, R. P. Wm. Ayers, John Smith, Thos. McDowell, Test.

Sources

  1. Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia, Volume 1 This book is said to have caused more problems ……because "all that stuff cannot be proven and much of it can be shown to be false …."
    Source: Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia, Volume 1 This book is said to have caused more problems ……because "all that stuff cannot be proven and much of it can be shown to be false …."
    Authors: Mrs. Howard H McCall, DAR
    Date: 1969
    Publisher: Genealogical Pub. Co. Baltimore Vol. 1 originally published 1941, 1969, 1996, 2004. problems…known errors in Simmons families …. < - 2013 Fayetteville AR Library has all 3 volumes of this book, 1969 edition Gen 973.3458 extracts attached>
  2. Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia, Volume 1 This book is said to have caused more problems ……because "all that stuff cannot be proven and much of it can be shown to be false …."
    Source: Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia, Volume 1 This book is said to have caused more problems ……because "all that stuff cannot be proven and much of it can be shown to be false …."
    Authors: Mrs. Howard H McCall, DAR
    Date: 1969
    Publisher: Genealogical Pub. Co. Baltimore Vol. 1 originally published 1941, 1969, 1996, 2004. problems…known errors in Simmons families …. < - 2013 Fayetteville AR Library has all 3 volumes of this book, 1969 edition Gen 973.3458 extracts attached>
  3. Georgia's Roster of the Revolution. Containing a list of the State's defenders; Officier and Men........under Authority of the Legislature....
    Source: Georgia's Roster of the Revolution. Containing a list of the State's defenders; Officier and Men........under Authority of the Legislature....
    Authors: Lucian Larmar Knight, LL. D, F.R.S. State Historian and Director of the Department of Archives and HIstory
    Date: 1920
    Publisher: Atlanta, Ga. Index Printing Co https://archive.org/details/georgiasrosterrev00knigrich
  4. Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia, Volume 1 This book is said to have caused more problems ……because "all that stuff cannot be proven and much of it can be shown to be false …."
    Source: Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia, Volume 1 This book is said to have caused more problems ……because "all that stuff cannot be proven and much of it can be shown to be false …."
    Authors: Mrs. Howard H McCall, DAR
    Date: 1969
    Publisher: Genealogical Pub. Co. Baltimore Vol. 1 originally published 1941, 1969, 1996, 2004. problems…known errors in Simmons families …. < - 2013 Fayetteville AR Library has all 3 volumes of this book, 1969 edition Gen 973.3458 extracts attached>