125. Ezekiel5 HOLLOWELL (54.Joel4, 18.Luke3, 3.Thomas2, 1.Thomas1) was born about 1747 in Perquimans Co., NC. Ezekiel died 1794 in Perquimans Co., NC. He married Christian in Perquimans Co., NC.
254. f i. Elizabeth HOLLOWELL, born in Perquimans Co., NC.
255. f ii. Savory HOLLOWELL, born in Perquimans Co., NC.
SOURCE: Will dated 8 Jul 1794, proved Aug court 1794, Perquimans Co., NC. Wife: Christian. Children: Elizabeth Hollowell, Savory Hollowell, child in esse. Executor: Benjamin Perry. Test: Jacob White, Joel Hollowell, Jesse Rountree.
126. Susannah5 HOLLOWELL (54.Joel4, 18.Luke3, 3.Thomas2, 1.Thomas1) was born about 1750 in Perquimans Co., NC. Susannah died in Pasquotank Co., NC. She married Ebenezer SAWYER about 1772 in Perquimans Co., NC. Ebenezer died after 12 Dec 1802 in Pasquotank Co., NC.
+ 256. m i. Hollowell SAWYER, born 3 Jul 1773, died 1807.
SOURCE: Will of Ebenezer Sawyer. Wife Susannah Sawyer, sons Noah Sawyer and William Sawyer, daughter Absalah Nichols, dau. Penny Sawyer, six children: John Sawyer, James Sawyer, Holloway Sawyer, Joel Sawyer, Hannah Wood and Lovey Scott. Granddaughter Susannah Nichols. Sons Holloway and Joel exrs. 12 Dec 1802. Wit: J. Lane and Peggy Love. March Ct. 1802. Pasquotank Co., NC. Will Book M, p. 76.
127. Thomas5 HOLLOWELL (54.Joel4, 18.Luke3, 3.Thomas2, 1.Thomas1) was born 1754 in Perquimans Co., NC. Thomas died 1791 in Perquimans Co., NC, at the age of 37. He married Miriam RIDDICK 1774 in Perquimans Co., NC. She was born 1755 in Perquimans Co., NC. Miriam died in Perquimans Co., NC.
+ 257. m i. Riddick HOLLOWELL, born about 1775, died about 1836.
+ 258. m ii. Frederick HOLLOWELL, born about 1779, died about 1833.
259. m iii. Absolom HOLLOWELL, born about 1781 in Perquimans Co., NC, died after Dec 1822 in Norfolk Co., VA.
SOURCE: In the name of God Amen. I Absalom Hollowell of Norfolk County and State of Virginia being of sound understanding do make this my last will in manner & form as follows. Item I leave my tract of land containing about sixty acres being in the county of Norfolk and bought of Bateman Miller to be sold by Executor hereafter appointed and the money arising from the sale of said land to be equally divided between my brother Reddick Hollowell, William Hollowell and my sister Millicent Oldney of the County of Perquimans and State of North Carolina my brother Frederick Hollowell of Norfolk County State of Virginia that to say one fourth to each and their heirs forever. Item I give after my funeral expenses and all my just debts is paid all this property and money I have on hand and all that may be due me to be equally divided as above that is to say to Brother Reddick Hollowell, brother Wm. Hollowell, and my sister Millicent Oldney of Perquimans County North Carolina and my brother Frederick Hollowell of Norfolk County and State of Virginia to them and their heirs forever. And lastly I constitute nominate and apoint my brother Frederick Hollowell Executor to this my last will hereby revoking and disanuling all other wills either written or verbal by me heretofore made. In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand & seal this 14th day of December 1822. Absalom Hollowell. Signed sealed and delivered as his last will & testament in presence of us John Barrett, Nathaniel Herbert. Proved 1823.
+ 260. f iv. Millicent Ann HOLLOWELL, born about 1783, died before 1822.
261. m v. Joel HOLLOWELL, born about 1785 in Perquimans Co., NC, died before 1822 in Perquimans Co., NC. Listed in the 1800 census of Perquimans Co., NC
262. m vi. William HOLLOWELL, born about 1787 in Perquimans Co., NC. He married Margaret BAGLEY 13 Nov 1807 in Perquimans Co., NC. William died after 1822 in Perquimans Co., NC.
263. m vii. Willis HOLLOWELL, born about 1790 in Perquimans Co., NC, died before 1822 in Perquimans Co., NC.
Miriam also married (2) John JONES before 1794 in Perquimans Co., NC.
SOURCE: Will proved May Court 1791, Perquimans Co., NC (Book C, p. 423). In the name of God Amen. I Thomas Hollowell of the County of Perquimans and State of North Carolina Being at thsi time in Perfect Senses and Sound memory and calling to mind the mortallity of my body and being desirous of settleing and desposing of my temporal estate do make and publish and declare this present writing and no other to be my last will and testament revoking and making void all former wills by me heretofore made. First I do order all my just debts to be paid by my executrix and executor hereafter named the same to be deducted out of my estate which I shall leave at my decease. Item I leave unto my loving wife Miriam Hollowell the use of all my estate of whatsoever nature or kind during her widowhood and at her marriage, i give her equal part with my children of the moveables of my estate and also I leave her one third part of my lands during natural life. Item I give devise and bequeath unto my children, viz. Riddick Hollowell, Frederick Hollowell, Absolom Hollowell, Melecent Hollowell, Joel Hollowell, William Hollowell & Willis Hollowell all the residue of my estate of whatsoever nature or kind, to be equally divided amongst them after their mothers death or marriage to them and their heirs forever. Lastly I do nominate and appoint my loving wife Miriam Hollowell and Benjamin Perry my sole Executrix and Executor to this my last will and testament desiring them to see the same fully executed and performed. In witness whereof I the said Thomas Hollowell the testator have hereunto put my hand and seal this nineteenth day of January 1791. Thomas Hollowell. Signed sealed published and declared to be the last will of the testator in the presence of us Ezekiel Hollowell, Absoly Stallings. (Proved May Court 1791, Book C, p. 423).
Division of estate of Thomas Hollowell, dec'd, Perquimans Co., NC. John Jones, part. Reddick Hollowell, part. Frederick Hollowell, part. Absalom Hollowell, part. Milosent Hollowell, part. Joel Hollowell, part. Willis Hollowell, part. Committeemen: Jacob Riddick, Philip Perry, Seth Riddick. (LDS Film #19546, Perquimans Co., NC, Probate Records).
128. Joel5 HOLLOWELL (54.Joel4, 18.Luke3, 3.Thomas2, 1.Thomas1) was born about 1759 in Perquimans Co., NC. Joel died 1807 in Perquimans Co., NC. He married Rachel FOREHAND 17 Feb 1795 in Perquimans Co., NC. She was born in Perquimans Co., NC.
264. f i. Sarah (Sally) HOLLOWELL, born about 1799 in Perquimans Co., NC. She married Robert RIDDICK 8 Feb 1813 in Perquimans Co., NC.
+ 265. m ii. Ezekiel HOLLOWELL, born about 1802.
+ 266. m iii. Daniel HOLLOWELL, born about 1807.
SOURCE: He witnessed a deed from William W. Stephens, of Hertford Co. to Joseph Perry of Perquimans Co., for a tract in the Harrellsvill section for 200 acres of land, dated 20 Jun 1765.
Joel Hollowell bondsman 12 Feb. 1790 for the marriage of Jesse Rountree to Elizabeth White. (North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 3, No. 3, J.R. B. Hathaway, "Perquimans Co. Marriage Bonds," p. 419).
In the Name of God Amen I Joel Hollowell of North Carolina and County of Perquimans being sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be given to God therefore calling to mind the mortality of my body knowing that it is appointed for all men to die do make and ordain this my Last will and Testament that is to say such worldly Estate as God hath been pleased to bless me with in this Life I Give devise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form. Item After all my just Debts and burial Expenses are paid I give my lands to my beloved wife Rachel Hollowell during her naturel Life or widowhood and at her Death or marriage I give my hole Estate to be Equally divided Except the land among them four Rachel Hollowell and her three children Sally Hollowell, Ezekiel Hollowell, and Daniell Hollowell. I annominate and appoint my beloved wife Rachel Hollowell and Joel Sawyer in Pasquotank County for to be my hole and sole Executors for to see this my Last will and testament performed in manner as above said in Witness whereof & the sd Joel Hollowell have hereunto set my hand and seal this Eighteenth Day of June one thousand Eight hundred and seven. Joel Hollowell. Test: Jacob White, William Hollowell. James (X) Hollowell his mark. (Proved February Term 1808).
132. Miles5 HOLLOWELL (56.Levi4, 18.Luke3, 3.Thomas2, 1.Thomas1) was born 4 Feb 1761 in Perquimans Co., NC. Miles died 6 Feb 1843 in Trigg Co., KY, at the age of 82, and was buried in Larkins Cem., Trigg Co., Kentucky. He married Anna SMITHWICK 27 Mar 1792 in Martin Co., NC. She was born about 1773 in NC. She was the daughter of John SMITHWICK and Mary. Anna died 7 Oct 1846 in Trigg Co., KY, and was buried in Larkins Cem., Trigg Co., Kentucky.
+ 267. m i. Whitby HOLLOWELL, born 14 Jan 1793, died 4 Oct 1822.
+ 268. m ii. Irvin HOLLOWELL (twin) , born 4 Feb 1796, died 22 Apr 1876.
269. f iii. Sally HOLLOWELL (twin) , born 4 Feb 1796 in Martin Co., NC. She married James McGOUGH 16 Feb 1812 in Christian Co., KY. Sally died 31 Dec 1855 in Trigg Co., KY, at the age of 59.
270. m iv. Noah HOLLOWELL, born 27 Sep 1798 in Martin Co., KY, died 30 Nov 1872 in Trigg Co., KY, at the age of 74, and was buried in Larkins-Hollowel, Trigg Co., Kentucky. SOURCE: 1860 Caldwell Co., KY, living with nephew.
Will proved 17 Dec 1872, Caldwell Co., KY; I Noah Hollowell, in consideration of the uncertainty of life and afflicted with sickness, though of sound mind and memory do make and publish this my last will and Testament. (to Wit:) 1. I will that my grave be dug 2 ft. and 2 in. deep besides the vault, the vault to be made large enough and deep enough so that the box containing the cofin may not touch anything, the box to rest on 2 dry bricks, the coffin to be well made and lined with white flannel. I want my grave to be west of the graves of my father and mother's graves, with a monument to be of the best materials, the box containing the coffin, after it is placed in the vault, is to be covered with hart of white oak plank, before the grave is filled up. 2. I give six hundred dollars ($600.00) to put iron railing around the grave yard where I am buries. 3. I give unto Edward Hollowell seventy acres of land it being the place I purchased of J. P. Hollowell and known as the Brookins Place and two hundred dollars, the money to be paid to him as his necessities may require it. 4. I give to Lucretia, the daughter of Eliza Brandon, three hundred dollars. 5. I give to Molly Mitchell, the daughter of Lott Hollowell, two hundred dollars. 6. I give unto Mary Hollowell, wife of Robert Hollowell, three hundred dollars. 7. I give unto Noah Hollowell, son of Robert Hollowell, six hundred dollars. 8. I give unto brother Irwin Hollowell six hundred dollars. 9. I have Irwin S. Hollowell one acre of ground, beginning at my corner in the middle of the dry fork near said Hollowell's dwelling house, runnibng down the dry fork 13 and 8/10 poles to a stake, thence S 50 E 12 and 8/10 poles to a stake, thence S 40 W 12 and 8/10 poles to a stake, thence N 50 W 12 and 8/10 poles to the beginning. 10. I give unto William Hollowell, Clayton Hollowell, Burk Hollowell and Webster Hollowell the following land. (to Wit:) Beginning at a hickory and white oak on the bank of dry fork, running with the lane fence (the true course to be found byreference being to an old deed recorded in the Caldwell County Clerk's Office) to a short distance past a crop fence to an old dividing line between me and Irwin Hollowell, by our father, Miles Hollowell, thence with said dividing line to a dogwood, B. F. Brown's corner, thence with Brown's line to a white oak, another of Brown's lines to poplar, the beginning corer of Roberts Military Survey. Irwin Hollowell and said Brown's corner with Irwin Hollowell's line to the beginning. The land to be divided according to quality and quantity into four equal parts, and one part to be given to each of the four above named persons. Clayton Hollowell to have the lot for his part that the house he now lives in may be in. I also give to William Hollowell, Clayton Hollowell, Burk Hollowell and Webster Hollowell each two hundred dollars. 11. I give unto Raily Hollowell two hundred dollars. 12. I give unto Isaac Newton Hollowell, son of Barbary Hollowell, one hundred and thirty dollars. 13. I give unto Morgan Hollowell one hundred and fifty dollars. 14. I give unto Anna, daughter of William Hollowell, one hundred thirty five dollars. 15. I give unto Betty Hollowell two hundred dollars. 16. The residue of my estate I will to be euqally divided amongt the following persons (to wit:) I. P. Hollowell, Robert Hollowell, Irwin S. Hollowell, William T. Hollowell, Irwin Brandon, Edwin Brandon, Penelope Larkins, Samuel Larkins, Henry Larkins, Carrol Larkins, Sovereign Larkins, John Larkins, Mary Larkins, Adline Larkins, Sovereign Hollowell and Noah Hollowell, but should surplus exceed the amount previously given then the surplus of said surplus is to be equally divided amongst all the persons named in this will, except the children under age whose shares are not to be increased by the surplus. I do hereby constitute and appoint Thomas Parker and Jonathan P. Hollowell Executors to this my last will and Testament this 28th of November 1872. Noah Hollowell. Wit: B. F. Brown, F. M. Brown.
+ 271. m v. Sovreign HOLLOWELL, born 7 Mar 1801, died 24 Nov 1873.
+ 272. f vi. Penelope HOLLOWELL, born 31 Jul 1804, died 24 Nov 1873.
273. f vii. Lucretia HOLLOWELL, born 20 Sep 1806 in Martin Co., NC, died 11 Mar 1851 in Trigg Co., KY, at the age of 44, and was buried in Hollowell-Larkin, Trigg Co., Kentucky. SOURCE: 1850 Census Trigg Co., KY, age 38.
I Lucretia Hollowell of the County of Trigg and State of Kentucky do hereby make my last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say: 1st. I do give to my brother Irwin Hollowell my negro woman Venus and her two children Minerva aged about two years and Alfred about six months old and their increase and said Irwin Hollowell is to give to all my brothers and sisters twelve months after my decease the sum of five hundred dollars to be equally divided out among them. Said Irwin Hollowell is to reserve to himself an equal portion of said five hundred dollars with the rest of my brothers and sisters. 2nd. I give to my sister Eliza A. R. Brandon, the land which I purchased of Lott Hollowell containing 85 acres on these terms that Lott Hollowell is to have the use and benefit of fifteen acres on the North corner of said land including the Mannor House and Spring to be laid off to him by my executor in manner that said executor may think most convenient and said Lott Hollowell is to have the benefit of getting fire wood and lumber anywhere on the uncleared land as long as said Lott Hollowell lives and at the death of said Lott Hollowell the fifteen acres of aforesaid with all the appurtances therewith belonging or in ....... give it to Eliza A. R. Brandon her heirs or a ...... Lott Hollowell...take the said fifteen acres of land on condition that he is to live on it and should he leave said land he is not to sell his interest therein but Eliza A. R. Brandon is to have the possession of it and use it as her own until said Lott Hollowell gives her six months notice in writing that he wishes to live on said fifteen acres of land again and Said Eliza A. R. Brandon is not bound to reserve wood or lumber for said Lott Hollowell, but he is to put wood and timber on.... with her during his term if the wood and timber last so long. 3rd. I will and desire that my executor sell my negro boy Sam either publickly or privately as he may think best and shortly after my decease sell my perishible estate and apply fifty dollars....the perishible property towards....up the family....yard and take a sufficient sum from said perishable estate and from the proceeds of the sale of my Negro boy Sam to defray my funeral expenses and to put grave stones to my grave, the residue of the proceeds of the sale of my Negro Sam and perishible estate I give to my brothers and sisters to be equally divided amongst them after paying my brother Noah Hollowell the sum of about twenty dollars which I owe him and other debts and expenses. And lastly. I do hereby appoint and constitute my brother Irwin Hollowell Executor of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 20th day of March in the year 1851. Lucretia Hollowell (seal). Witness: William Parker, Thomas Parker.
+ 274. f viii. Eliziann K. HOLLOWELL, born 22 Jan 1809, died 5 May 1867.
275. f ix. Mary S. HOLLOWELL, born 11 Jun 1812 in Trigg Co., KY, died 18 Aug 1865 in Trigg Co., KY, at the age of 53.
276. f x. Adaline Ann HOLLOWELL, born 24 Sep 1814 in Trigg Co., KY. She married Willis DEARING 26 Mar 1846 in Trigg Co., KY. Willis died 1857 in Muhlenburg Co., KY. Adaline died 20 Nov 1850 in Trigg Co., KY, at the age of 36, and was buried in Larkins-Hollowel, Trigg Co., Kentucky. His will proved Muhlenburg Co., KY 1857
+ 277. m xi. Lott HOLLOWELL, born 7 Mar 1817, died after 1860.
278. f xii. Julyann HOLLOWELL, born 13 Aug 1820 in Trigg Co., KY, died in childhood 26 Oct 1823 in Trigg Co., KY, at the age of 3.
SOURCE: Miles was a Revolutionary War soldier from North Carolina. He received a pension for his Revolutionary War service. The birth dates of his children are from a page of his Family Bible that was submitted as part of his pension file documentation.
Will proved 13 Feb 1843, Trigg Co., KY. In the name of God Amen. I Miles Hollowell of the County of Trigg and state of Kentucky being in perfect health of body and of sound mind memory and understanding (blessed be God for the same) but considering the uncertainty of this transitory life do make and publish this my last will and do order that all my just debts and funeral expenses be duly paid and satisfied as soon as conveniently after my decease. Item I give and bequeath unto my dear wife Ann Hollowell one bed and furnityre, one Cow and Calf and one horse which is to be any horse of my horses which she may choose to select, and the whole or such part of my household and kitchen furnityre which she may choose except such part of siad furniture as may hereafter in this will be otherwise disposed of, and also the house in which I live and so much of the 200 acre tract of land which I now live on as lies East of the branch of the Spring which is nearest my dwelling house and a negro man named Smith, and also a negro man named John during her natural life and at her decease the land is to go to my son Lott Hollowell and his heirs forever, and the negro man Smith and John is to be equally divided among my children as well also as what personal effects which I have hereby given to my said wife which may be remaining at her decease. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Lucretia a negro givl named Venus and a negro boy named Sam, two beds and furniture and a cow and calf. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Eliza Ann Brandon one hundred and twenty acres of land it being that portion of the 300 acre survey on which I now live which lies west of the small creek which runs through said tract of land, the west bank of said creeks to be line every where except where the creek has two channels one of which channels runs by a large spring is to be the line so as to leave one half of said spring attached to the land which I hereby give to my said daughter Eliza Ann Brandon and one hundred dollars. I give and bequeath unt my daughter Mary Hollowell a negro boy named Joe and a negro boy named Wade, one bed and furniture one cow and calf, and one hundred and fifty dollars and one desk. I give and bequeath unto my daughte Adaline Ann Hollowell a negro woman named Rachel and a negro boy named George and the increase of Rachel father the date of this will, a bed and furnitre and a cupboard. I give and bequeath unto my son Lott Hollowell the balance of the two hundred acre tract of land on which I now live bordered on the west by the tract of land which bequeathed to my daughter Eliza Ann Brandon and on the East by that which I gave to my wife during her natural life, and at the death of my said wife that portion of land which I gave to her during her natural [life] I give to my son Lott as aforesaid, and that tract of land which I purchased of John G. Reynolds known by its joining the land on which I reside on the East, a negro boy named Dudley, a bed and furniture, a cow and calf, one desk and book case, a table and six chairs. The tract of land which I give to my son Lott has a horse mill and distillery on it which mill and distillery with their utensils as well as all other apurtenances whatever pertaining to said land is to go on the said land to my said son Lott. I give and bequeath unto my beloved son Irvin Hollowell my old family Bible. And as touching all the rest residue and remainder of my estate real and personal, of what kind or nature soever the same may be, I give and devise to be equally divided among all my children. And lastly I nominate institute and appoint my son Lott to be the executor of this my last will. In witness whereof I hereby set my hand and seal this 9th day of September 1839. Miles Hollowell. Witness: J. E. Thompson, Albt. S. Dabney.
137. John5 HOLLOWELL (56.Levi4, 18.Luke3, 3.Thomas2, 1.Thomas1) was born about 1780 in Perquimans Co., NC. John died after 1829 in Trigg Co., KY. His wife's name is unknown.
+ 279. m i. Abner HOLLOWELL, born 1790/1800, died 1837.
280. f ii. Phoebe A. HOLLOWELL, born in Martin Co., NC. She married John S. ELDER 24 Nov 1829 in Caldwell Co., KY. Phoebe died in Trigg Co., KY.
281. f iii. Susan H. HOLLOWELL, born in Trigg Co., NC. She married Franklin N. SMITH 18 Apr 1833 in Caldwell Co., KY. SOURCE: Caldwell Co., KY Marriage Records
138. Mary Ann (Polly)5 HOLLOWELL (56.Levi4, 18.Luke3, 3.Thomas2, 1.Thomas1) was born 12 Apr 1783 in Martin Co., NC. Mary died 7 Sep 1853 in Trigg Co., KY, at the age of 70. She married Stephen Edward Peele (PEAL) 16 Jan 1800 in Martin Co., NC. He was born 1779 in Martin Co., NC., the son of Edward PEAL. Stephen died 1863 in Trigg Co., KY, at the age of 84.
282. f i. Mary Ann PEEL, born about 1822 in Trigg Co., KY.
283. m ii. Perry PEEL, born about 1825 in Trigg Co., KY.
284. m iii. Partney PEEL, born about 1829 in Trigg Co., KY.
285. f iv. Mary E. PEEL, born about 1838 in Trigg Co., KY.
SOURCE: Martin Co., NC Marriage records. 1850 Census Trigg Co., KY. Death records of Trigg Co., KY.