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From: "Diana Holland" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] General Govan Holland
Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2007 23:05:08 +0000
Yes, the tombstone of their dau said her name was Zora and the Draft card
you listed, said Zora Mae. But I never saw her in TX.
The draft card said to send info to Clarksville TX though. So I was
wondering who was there to send info to?
Maybe I missed something here. I'll have to re-look at that post.
You've had so much good info today Vera... my head is spinning from all
this. I'm gonna have to take a break and get my head back on straight! LOL
>From: "Vera Reeves" <>
>Subject: [ARIZARD] General Govan Holland
>Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2007 17:44:18 -0500
>You said his wife was Zora, what was she doing in TX while he was in
>Independence County, AR in 1918 ? I didn' find either of them in the 1920
> > That's him! Hmmm... Clarksville TX? Wonder where that is... and who
> > there... Have to check into that. Ok... Got Zora Mae to go by... now
> > figure out her maiden. Ok... Where is easy... In Red River County. Far
> > northeast corner of TX.
> > Now that's an odd mix (blue eyes and dark hair) for a Holland. Normally
> > we're either dark haired and dark eyed, dark skinned or red haired blue
> > eyed, fair skin. Occasionally a blonde haired, blue eyed with fairer
> > skin... I'm an odd ball too... Red hair, brown eyes, med skin that
> > dark.
> > Di
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