Person:Mary Lowe (69)

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Mary Lowe
b.16 October 1759 Maryland
d.19 March 1836 Lawrence County, Alabama
m. bef. 1759
  1. Mary Lowe1759 - 1836
m. abt. 1783
  1. John HollandAbt 1786 -
  2. Sarah HollandAbt 1787 - 1866
  3. Rachel HollandAbt 1788 -
Facts and Events
Name Mary Lowe
Gender Female
Birth[1] 16 October 1759 Maryland
Marriage abt. 1783 to Rezin "Reason" Holland
Death[1] 19 March 1836 Lawrence County, Alabama
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Wikitree.com.

    Mary Lowe Holland was born 16 Oct 1759, in Maryland, possibly Montgomery county, Maryland.[1] Mary was the daughter of David Lowe and Mary Choate Offutt.

    Mary Lowe Holland married Reason (Rezin) Holland about 1783 in Maryland.

    Mary and her husband Reason Holland were living in the Duncan's Creek area of Laurens county, South Carolina by 1790.[2]

    Mary and Reason Holland appear in the 1800 Federal census in Laurens county, South Carolina. The household appears as follows: 2 males under age 10; 1 male age 10 thru 15; 1 male age 26 thru 44; 3 females age under 10; 1 female age 10 thru 15; 1 female age 26 thru 44; and 4 slaves.[3]

    Mary's husband Reason Holland made his last will and testament in Laurens county, South Carolina on the 30th July, 1802. Reason's will was admitted for probate in Laurens county, South Carolina on the 19th October, 1802. Mary Holland was named as Executrix and Joseph Adarr was named as Executor in the will of Reason Holland.[4] Reason Holland was buried in Laurens County, South Carolina.

    Mary appears as head of household in the 1810 Federal census in Laurens county, South Carolina. Mary's household appears as follows: 1 male under age 10; 1 male age 10 thru 15; 1 male age 16 thru 25; 1 female age under 10; 1 female age 10 thru 15; 1 female age 16 thru 25; 1 female age 26 thru 44; and 7 slaves.[5]

    Mary appears as head of household in the 1820 Federal census in Laurens county, South Carolina. Mary's household appears as follows: 1 female age 26 thru 44; 1 female age 45 and over; and 9 slaves.[6]

    Mary and her grown children moved to Lawrence county, Alabama sometime after the 1820 Federal census and before 1830 Federal census.

    Mary appears to be living with her son Thomas Holland in the 1830 Federal census in Lawrence county, Alabama. Thomas Holland's household, besides children, has an adult male and an adult female whose ages are between 30 thru 39; and another adult female whose age is between 60 thru 69.[7]

    Mary died on the 19 March 1836, in Lawrence county, Alabama, and is buried at the Holland Cemetery, Hillsboro, Lawrence county, Alabama.[8] Mary's son Thomas Holland was the administrator of her estate.[9]

    Mary and Reason Holland were the parents of the following children:

    John Holland, born 22 Feb 1785, died 17 Mar 1835
    Sarah Holland Young, born 14 Jan 1787, married Robert Young
    Elizabeth Holland Drucker, born 7 Apr 1789, married Henry Drucker
    Thomas Holland, born 20 Feb 1792, died 29 Mar 1851 Lawrence county, Alabama
    Rachel Holland Simpson, born 30 May 1794, married Charles Simpson
    Jeremiah Holland, born 22 Aug 1796, died 11 Aug 1840 Lawrence county, Alabama
    Mary Offutt Holland McCrary, born 26 Sep 1798, married Matthew McCrary
    Anna P. Holland Wilder, born 15 Nov 1800, married Roebuck Solomon Wilder
    Rezin Holland, born 5 Feb 1803, died 23 Oct 1819

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