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Marriage: Children:
  1. Jonathan Hollingsworth: Birth: 1800 in Ashe County, North Carolina. Death: 18 AUG 1855 in Clay County, Kentucky

  2. Nancy Jane Hollandsworth: Birth: 1801 in Ashe County, North Carolina. Death: 25 SEP 1853 in Clay County, Kentucky

  3. Nancy Jane Hollandsworth: Birth: 1801 in Ashe County, North Carolina. Death: 25 SEP 1853 in Clay County, Kentucky

  4. James Hollandsworth: Birth: 1803 in Ashe County, North Carolina. Death: 1863 in Gasconade County, MO

  5. Lydia Hollandsworth: Birth: 1806 in Ashe County, North Carolina. Death: 1904 in Beattyville, Lee County, Kentucky

  6. Rebecca Hollandsworth: Birth: 1807 in Ashe County, North Carolina. Death: BET 1870 AND 1876 in Clay County, Kentucky

  7. Charity Hollandsworth: Birth: 1811 in Clay County, Kentucky. Death: BET 1854 AND 1860 in Gasconade County, Missouri

  8. Isam Marion: Birth: 25 OCT 1815 in Clay County, Kentucky. Death: BEF 1910 in Laclede County, MO

  9. Mary Hollandsworth: Birth: 1817 in Clay County, Kentucky. Death: 22 FEB 1861 in Canaan, Gasconade County, Missouri

  10. Susannah Hollandsworth: Birth: 1819 in Clay County, Kentucky. Death: 1853 in Gasconade County, Missouri

  11. Rhoda Hollandsworth: Birth: MAR 1820 in Clay County, Kentucky. Death: 18 MAR 1906 in Hickory County, Missouri

  12. Rhoda Hollandsworth: Birth: MAR 1820 in Clay County, Kentucky. Death: 18 MAR 1906 in Hickory County, Missouri


Sources
1. Title:   Hollingsworth Gedcom File Import from Suzanne Hollingsworth Meredith
Author:   "Suzanne Hollingsworth Meredith" <SMered1147@@aol.com>
2. Title:   Hain / Rose Family Gedcom File Import
Author:   Johnny Maxwell http://www.angelfire.com/in/JMaxwell/
3. Title:   Hollingsworth/Hollandsworth Family Gedcom File Import
Author:   Jen Bawden jbawden@@mindspring.com http://www.thebawdens.com/
4. Title:   Fisher / Kosark Family Gedcom File Import
Author:   Jan & Ken Ahrens kahrens@@cswnet.com kahrens@@tisd.net
5. Title:   Hain / Rose Family Gedcom File Import
Author:   Johnny Maxwell http://www.angelfire.com/in/JMaxwell/

Notes
a. Note:   1 _FA5 2 PLAC occupation : Farmer
  1 _FA5 2 PLAC occupation : Farmer
  1 _FA5 2 PLAC occupation : Farmer 2 SOUR S002712 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 27, 1999
  [Hollin~1.FTW]
  Moved to Clay County, Kentucky by 1810. In 1840 he moved on to Gasconade County, MO. Canaan Township along with other family member. Five of their children also came. The name wasmostly spelled Hollingsworth until they moved to Missouri and then Hollandsworth was mostly used, although you find both spellings. These families branched out over southern Missouri and Oklahoma and beyond. Possible born: 1780
  from: http://www.angelfire.com/in/JMaxwell/
  William Hollingsworth (1770 - 1843)and his wife Rhoda (Reed) Hollingsworth (1770 - 1873) homesteaded 80 acres in1840 and 120 acres in 1841 in Gasconade County, Missouri. Rhoda is said to have been full-blooded Cherokee Indian. They had 12 children, 3 sons - Jonathan, James, and Isam Marion, Sr.; 7 daughters - Nancy, Lydia, Rebecca, Charity, Mary, Susannah, and Rhoda, are the ones that are known of.
  Vincent Hollingsworth lived in Wilkes (later Ashe) county North Carolina from around the 1780s to 1816. Some of his children went on to raise large families in Clay county KY, Morgan county IN, and Gasconade county MO. William's descendants, who first settled in Gasconade county MO, have also lived in Crawford, Dent, Henry, Hickory, Laclede, Osage, Phelps, and Pulaski counties in MO. Most of the Gasconade county families adopted the spelling Hollandsworth, though my branch did not. William's wife, Rhoda, is said to have been a Cherokee Indian.
  Some books with relevant material: The Holly Tree -- Betty Hollandsworth Jackson, of Fresno, CA; 1986 Gasconade County History -- Gasconade County Historical Society; 1979
  Hollandsworth/Hollingsworth Bits and Pieces
  The following story is taken from a book called "The Holly Tree" written by Betty Hollandsworth Jackson
  William Hollingsworth
  William, son of Vincent, was born in North Carolina according to records of his children, Lydia, Rebecca, and Isam, who were alive in 1880 when information about parents' birth states was taken for the census. Records show his in Ashe County, North Carolina through 1810. He is on the tax list of 1811 in Clay County, Kentucky. His name is in court and census records in Clay County throughout the years up to and including 1830.
  There areseveral indications that William's family and John's family shared a close relationship, which suggests the possibility that they moved together to Morgan County, Indiana in the late 1830. John died there in the spring of 1831.[Thisis the same area where their brother, isaac, died about 1821.] William was presentin the county at least by 1834, the year of a land transaction with his son,James. He lived in Morgan County until late 1840, when he moved to Gasconade County, Missouri. He died there October 29, 1843.
  There is no marriage record found as yet for William and Rhoda, but oral tradition has her maiden name Rhode Reed; she is believed to have been Cherokee Indian. She died September27, 1873 in Missouri, 30 years after William died. William Webster Hollandsworth, a grandson(son of Isam, Sr.), told his children that he remembered his grandmother, Rhoda, who rode sidesaddle and could get on and off a horse quite well ata very old age.
  William owned land in each area he lived. his father sold him 135 acres on the North Fork of New River in Ashe County, North Carolina in 1808. He recieved a total of 150 acres through land grants in Clay County,Kentuckyin 1816 and 1819. These parcels were on the South Fork of Kentucky River and Sexton's Creek. In 1824 he was a partner in the sale of 50 acres of land onSexton's Creek, and in 1826 he sold Stephen Reed, his brother-in-law, 100 acres onthe South Fork of Kentucky River. He owned land in Morgan County, Indiana. In1834 he sold 16 acres to his son, Jame


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