HOLDER, George, Private, Duplin Militia. 1740-1799 4pv
Soldier was paid 20 pounds, 4s, and 11p for services in the Revolutionary War. Soldier was born about 1745 and married Mary. Issue: 1-Rachel Hodge, 2-Elizabeth Hair (John), 3-Mary Bell, 4-Telitha Royal 1771-1845 who married RS William Royal, 1762-1831, 5-George Vincent Holder 1778- who married Christian McLean, and 6-Thomas Holder 1785-1830+. In 1800 soldier had two sons and one daughter still at home with wife. Soldier wrote his will in 1799 and died in early 1812 in Sampson Co. NC.
TAX EXEMPTION: Ordered that George Holder be exempted from paying a poll tax.(1786) Sampson Court Minutes
HOLDER ESTATE: John Holley, Esquire, exhibited to the court the last will and testament of John Holder, deceased, for probate, which was proved by the oath of John Holley and ordered filed.(1796)....I have more send an email................Jerome