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From: Don Ott <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Hollowell
Date: Sun, 16 Jul 2006 16:30:14 -0500
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Oh BTW I found George W. listed in Marion County in 1900.
They have been married 15 years and have a daughter Jane, the one
that married inot the Ott line.

At 04:27 PM 16-07-06, you wrote:
>Thanks Vera,
> As you probably saw, George W.'s father was born in MS so I
> went looking in MS. I found a Columbus W. Hollowell b. in Marshall
> Co. MS, that died in Izard AR some time before 1880. His wife was
> Charlotte, that is all I found at this time, may be a good
> prospect. George W.'s daughter Jane married into my Ott line.
>At 04:07 PM 16-07-06, you wrote:
>>After looking at that 1880 census for the Hollowell / Hallowell my
>>"guess" is Casandana is the mother of Wiley and the George W. 's father.
>>Then you look about 2 doors away at Laura Hollowell living in the
>>John & Emily Carawell's house as niece. John and Emily are near the
>>age of Casandana Holloway. John was also born in NC.
>>It would seem Wiley Hollowell 15 is living in Independence County in 1870.
>>Blue Church Cemetery near Lafferty Creek
>>reported buried here with no marker Will Holowell
>>Holowell, Cassee 1809 - 1894
>>Holowell, Elizabeth 10 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1930 w/o W. S.
>>There are a few Carawells buried here too.
>>>George W. Hollowell and sisters and brothers are all split up
>>>living with Uncles/Aunts etc. for the 1880 Census in Izard, Dry
>>>Town. George is living with Wiley 24 and Elizabeth 28, listed as Nephew.
>>>Can anyone help me work this family out?
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