b.abt 1630 England
d.Bef. 24 Feb 1691/92 Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
m. by abt 1639
m. Abt. 1661
Facts and Events
He was a young man by the time of his father’s death in 1647. He took his place in the community following his father’s death, serving on the same town committee (the one in charge of dividing common town lands). On 3 May 1670, he was a town constable and is listed as a freeman in 1675 and 1678. He died without a will.
Source:Mayflower Descendant, p. 16:60, Abstracts of Barnstable County Probate Records
[p. 69] "Agreed upon between each and every of us viz Joseph Holley John Holley mary Holley Hannah Holley and Rose Holley that as to ye Settlement of ye Estate both Reall and personall that was our Honnoured fathers ... Joseph Holley aforesd Shall have for his double portion ... our Elder sister Sarah Allen ... Said mary Holley his next Sister ... above Named two other Sisters Hannah and Rose ... his youngest Sister Elizabeth ... when shee Shall Come of Age ... sd John Holley ... our younger Brethern Samuel And Benjamin Holley ... when they Shall Come of age ... 5th of September : 1692." Inventory of "Joseph Holley deceased" taken 24 Feb 1692 [1691/92, since the inventory was recorded 21 Oct 1692].