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Welcome to Connections, following the primary lines of Jenkins-Terry Gregory-Strange-Green-Barnett McSwain-Dumond-Padgett-Butler


  • Né vers 1828 - Hermitage Plantation, Williamson County, Tennessee
  • Décédé le 5 février 1892 - Sebastian County, Arkansas, à l'âge d'environ 64 ans
  • Inhumé après 5 février 1892 - Barling Cemetery, Barling, Sebastian County, Arkansas

 Union(s)

  • Marié avec Nancy Ann Philpot, née en 1836 - Carrollton, Carroll, Georgia, décédée en 1879 - Cherry Hill, Polk, Arkansas à l'âge de 43 ans , inhumée en 1879 - Cherry Hill Cemetery,Cherry Hill, Polk County, Arkansas (Parents : H Jesse Robert Philpot 1809-1885 &  F Jemima Deason 1811-1876)

 Notes

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Name Source: Find a Grave Memorial Registry Memorial #18042537, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=18042537 John Quincy Adams Holliday, Birth 1828 Williamson County, Tennessee, Death Feb. 5, 1892 Sebastian County, Arkansas; He was most likely born at the Hermitage Plantation, Home of President Andrew Jackson. John's father John C. was a personal friend of Jackson's and fought in the battle of New Orleans with him and became overseer of the plantation. Burial Barling (formerly Spring Hill) Cemetery, Barling, Sebastian County, Arkansas
Name Source: Find a Grave Memorial Registry Memorial #18081770, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=18081770 Nancy Ann Philpot, Birth 1836 Carrollton, Carroll County, Georgia; Death 1879 Cherry Hill, Polk County, Arkansas; She is daughter of Jesse Robert and Gemima Deason Philpot ... Nancy Ann is the 2nd wife of John Quincy Adams Holliday (1828 - 1892); Burial Cherry Hill Cemetery,Cherry Hill, Polk County, Arkansas
John Quincy Adams Holliday
Birth 1828 Williamson County, Tennessee
Death Feb. 5, 1892 Sebastian County, Arkansas

John Quincy Adams Holliday was son of John Christmas and Sarah (Sally) Trantham Holliday. He was most likely born at the Hermitage Plantation, Home of President Andrew Jackson. It is not written in gold that he was, but given the documents I have and the dates, it appears that he was probably born there along with his sister Sarah Jane and a few other siblings including Andrew Jackson Holliday, who was obviosly named after the president.

John's father John C. was a personal friend of Jackson's and fought in the battle of New Orleans with him and became overseer of the plantation while Jackson was president. Several of John C. and Sally Holliday's children where born on the plantation. I have documents from Andrew Jackson's presidential papers showing the relationship between the two.

John Quincy was married to
1. Frances Isabella Baskin,1848
2. Nancy Ann Philpot Roby,1864,and
3. Sarah A. Sanford,aft 1879 who is buried at Barling cemetery.

I have not been able to find when and where Isabella is buried. I think she may have been buried in the Wesley Chapel Cemetery in Mississippi, as John's parents are there as well as other family members. It would make sense that she was buried there. Some of the grave markers have disappeared so we may never know. Nancy Ann is at Cherry Hill Cemetery in Cherry Hill, Arkansas, where John and she lived at the time of her death.

Death info in the book for John says he was buried at Spring Hill Cemetery. It says a robe was bought for $1.00 and the total amount of his funeral was $10.00, paid for in 2 payments by his book keeping company, O'Shea & Hinch. He was buried Feb. 6, 1892. It does not give a space where he is buried and I cannot find his grave, as records have been lost dating that far back. If anyone knows of records before 1970 for Barling cemetery please contact me at the address below.

This cemetery is now Barling Cemetery. It changed from Spring Hill to White Cemetery then to Barling Cemetery. The town of Spring Hill is now Barling, just outside of Fort Smith in Sebastian County, Arkansas. If someone reading this knows anything about Frances Isabella please contact me at a.adreane@ymail.com.

Spouses:
Nancy Ann Philpot / Roby Holliday (1836 - 1879)
Frances Isabella Baskin Holliday (1831 - 1862)
Sarah A. Unknown / Sanford Holliday (1842 - 1916)

Children:
Jacob Parker Holliday (1853 - 1937)
Sarah E Holliday Smith (1868 - 1947)
Nancy Belle Holliday Pullen (1877 - 1951)
Newell Holliday (1879 - 1940)

Burial Barling Cemetery, Barling, Sebastian County, Arkansas

Created by Anita Feb 24, 2007
-- Find A Grave Memorial #18042537, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=18042537

Naissance

Home of President Andrew Jackson. John's father John C. fought in th

Inhumation

Barling Cemetery was formerly called Spring Hill Cemetery

 Sources

  • Naissance, décès, inhumation: Find a Grave Memorial Registry - Memorial #18042537, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=18042537 - John Quincy Adams Holliday, Birth 1828 Williamson County, Tennessee, Death Feb. 5, 1892 Sebastian County, Arkansas; He was most likely born at the Hermitage Plantation, Home of President Andrew Jackson. John's father John C. was a personal friend of Jackson's and fought in the battle of New Orleans with him and became overseer of the plantation. Burial Barling (formerly Spring Hill) Cemetery, Barling, Sebastian County, Arkansas

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