York, Virginia, British Colonial America
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Special Note There were two pairs of father-son named John Holloway (father) and William Holloway (son). These two lines were probably close relatives and have been confused by genealogists.
Here’s one line (not related to this profile):
James Holloway, died 1755 in Orange Co., VA
 John Holloway, Sr. b. 1696/98 , married Hannah Spiers, died bef. 24 Jul. 1758 in Cumberland Co., VA
 William “Billy” Holloway, Sr. b. 1729/30 in Virginia, married to Frances Meador, died Aft. 1786
 Joseph, Billy and Barnes Holloway (not David)
Here’s the line that corresponds with this profile:
David Holloway & Elizabeth Matthews
 John Holloway, born 7 Dec. 1701 in VA, and and unknown wife
 William Holloway, b. abt. 1730 in Virginia (not married to Frances Meador)
John Holloway, eldest son of David and Elizabeth Holloway, was baptized 7 Dec. 1701 in York County, Virginia.
1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Holloway and Meador Genealogy of Cumberland County, Virginia. ↑ Landon C. Bell, ; Holloway baptisms on pages 106-107. Charles parish : York country, Virginia, history and registers, births 1648-1789, deaths 1665-1787 (1932)
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