Bourland in North Texas and Indian Territory During the Civil War: Fort Cobb, Fort Arbuckle & the Wichita Mountains
by Patricia Adkins-Rochette
Joseph Spencer Holder
Ollie Walls Holder is the Indian, maybe Apache
1880 Cooke Co TX cen, Pct 6, Jun 24, ED:117-27(359); 275-275 Joel S. Holder, 53 TN VA VA, farmer; C.T., 47 TN VA VA, keeping house; Maggie Holder 23 TN TN TN; Joseph B. Holder 17 TX TN TN, farmer; Josephine Holder, 13 TX; Wiley B. Holder 11 TX TN TN; Harry Aubrey 5 TX IL TN; W. Perry Earle 21 TN TN TN; John G. Scarborough 22 LA GA GA.
1880 Denton Co TX cen, Pct 5, Jun 15, ED: 107-18(106); 158-158 William Harbison 24 SC Ireland SC; Elizabeth (__) Holder Harbison 30 TX MO AR; Lulia A. Holder 12 TX TN TX, s-dau; Fanney H. Holder, 8 TX TN TX, s-dau; Wiley Holder, 6 TX TN TX, s-son. ... These ch are living with their mother and step-father; they are the ch of Sampson Holder (b-1848 White Co TN-d__), son of Charlotte T. Howard and Joseph Spencer Holder.
1880 Uvalde Co TX cen, Pct 3, Jun 7, ED: 136-1(532); 6-6 George S. Holder, 26 TN TN TN, head, cattle raises; John F. Holder, 23 TN TN TN, brother, cattle raiser.
1881 Uvalde Co TX marriage, G. S. Holder, m-Ollie Walls on Mar 17, 1881, who died 1947 or 1948 Leveland TX
1881 Uvalde Co TX marriage, John F. Holder, m-Mrs. Ellen Howell on Oct 30, 1881
1900 Cooke Co TX cen, Muenster P.O.; Pct 6; Jun 23; ED:38 sh 21B (p256); 370-373 George Spencer Holder, 50, Dec 1849 TN TN TN, head, m-19 yrs; Ollie (Walls) Holder, 41, Mar 1851 TX SC GA, wife, m-19 yrs; 2 live births, 2 ch still alive; Bertha Holder, Jun 1881, 19 TX TN TX, dau; George Holder, Apr 1886, 14 TX TN TX, son.
1900 Cooke Co TX cen, Muenster P.O.; Pct 6; Jun 23; ED:38 sh 21B
(p256); 371-374 Joseph S. Holder, 75, Nov 1825 TN TN TN, head;
Lotta Holder, 70, Apr 1830 TN TN TN wife, m-56 yrs, 11 live births,
7 still alive; Arch Ratliff, Nov 1880 TN TN TN, boarder.
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Bourland in North Texas and Indian Territory During
the Civil War: Fort Cobb, Fort Arbuckle & the Wichita Mountains