Wednesday, July 6, 2011

The Hollimans of Alabama

by Glenn N. Holliman

Back to the 19th Century...A Series of Articles on the Hollimans and Related Families of Fayette County, Alabama

More on the Civil War Veteran who became a School Teacher

Below on April 9, 2011, Holliman descendant Faye Gardner snaps photographs of Holliman and Stewart grave sites while Robert Holliman and his brother, Norman (not visible) work at removing vines and bushes from covered grave sites of Hollimans and Stewarts near Bluff, Alabama.

Below, Glenda Norris stands by the memorial stone for Daniel F. Holliman, son of James Franklin and Bertha Lee Holliman - Oct 20, 1895 - May 27, 1897.  Lt. James Franklin Holliman is a great, great uncle of hers.

Below, James Franklin Holliman in the early 1900s.  This Civil War veteran dedicated his life to school teaching after the violence of his military service from 1861 - 1865.  Photo from the collection of Dr. Rhodes Holliman, a great nephew of James Franklin.

More on the Hollimans of Fayette County, Alabama, next post....

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