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077    HOLLAND, WILLIAM H.

      Location - from N. Main Street in Fuquay Varina, NC, turn onto Judd Parkway NE. Go 1.2 miles and turn onto Holland Road (SR 1300). Go 0.3 of a mile and turn right onto a private driveway. Bear Left of the clump of trees and go 0.1 of a mile. The cemetery is on the left.

      Coordinates: 35d 34m 18.7s N; 78d 47m 00.5s W Click here for Google maps

      Surveyed by Robert M. Butler in December 2002.

      There are grave sites marked with plain field stones. The cemetery is well kept.

      Note 2011 from Frank Pore:
      Alsey Holland's (father of William Henry) servants supposedly buried to north of William Henry Holland plot. Names of those servants buried there recorded in Alsey Holland Bible. Rocks used for marking these were removed by W. E. Medlin, Jr. in the late 1990s.


  1. Holland, Anna Jane Rowland   (b. 12 Dec 1838 - d. 26 Nov 1871)
      • 1st Wife of W.H. Holland
  2. Holland, Herbert A.   (b. 17 Oct 1869 - d. 13 Apr 1871)
      • son of W.H. and Annie J. Holland
  3. Holland, James J.   (b. 31 May 1861 - d. 3 Oct 1861)
      • son of W.H. and Annie J. Holland
  4. Holland, Miranda Stephens   (b. 16 Apr 1843 - d. 21 Jun 1924)
  5. Holland, William Henry   (b. 18 Nov 1834 - d. 26 Jun 1907)


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