assembled by Glenn N. Holliman
Until that day comes, I list below an archive of scanned Holliman and associated family manuscripts and research made available by Maxine Wright, Joe Parker, Bob Hollyman-Mawson, Bishop Holliman, Anne Holmes, Sarah Holliman Hatch, Lindsay Holliman and others; plus the late Walt O. Holliman, Cecil R. Holliman and Rhodes B. Holliman. These are mainly of Alabama and Texas families and their ancestors from the Carolinas, Virginia and England. Materials vary from one page to 200.
From time to time, I scan and upload additional materials. I post announcement of scanned materials on future blogs at http://hollimanfamilyhistory.com/ . Happy to add your research to the list. Bear in mind some of this writing is 20 to 50 years old and has been super ceded by new research in the Internet age.
Happy to send these materials by email and insure their research is available to present and future generations. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. My thanks to cousins who continue to make their findings available!
Surnames: Alexander, Baldwin, Barham, Bass, Beall, Blakeney, Baker, Bond, Bostick, Brewer, Bryan, Bryant, Bullock, Burns, Calvert, Carter, Champion, Chew, Clemmons, Cofer, Cole, Crafford, Crockett, Curtis, Dale, Daniel, Davidson, Davies, De Mallpas, Douglas, Dover, Duckett, Edwards, Edgerton, Emerson, Fitzhugh, Fowlehurst, Fox, Gains, Galvin, Garrison, Gonson, Graves, Gray, Guyton, Guins, Hall, Hamby, Hawkins, Hendrix, Hill, Hogg, Holliman, Hollyman, Holt, Howard, Jackson, Jones, Judkins, Juston, Kaiser, Lees of England, Love, , Lucas, Maget, Mansfield, Manwaring, McBee, McComas, McCurdy, McKnight, McNewsome, Moore, Nicholson, Norsworthy, Noyall, O'dell, Oliver, Pearce, Peerce, Pettigrew, Petway, Pitman, Plow, Plyler, Porten, Prather, Petite, Ridgely, Riggan, Roberts, Smith, Spencer, Sprigg, Standley, Stanyard, Swan, Strother, Thompson, Thornton, Thrope, Trelawney, Turpin, Underhill, Underwood, Walker, Wallace, Walters, Weedon, Whitherspoon, Whitten, Williams, Wilmot, Wilson, Whitaker and Yerby.
In addition to the above, the following histories, research and cemeteries are available.
Dr. Rhodes B. Holliman (1928-2014), professor of biology at Virginia Tech for many years. Continued his father, Cecil R. Holliman's work in family history. Rhodes wrote extensively of his Alabama roots. This photograph taken 1975.
One of the outstanding Blakeney historians and novelists is Reed Blakeney of Georgia. Here in 2013, I hold one of his novels entitled Sipsey, the story of some Blakeney ancestors in Fayette, Alabama. Yes, Hollimans, the Blakeney's Alabama farm neighbors and blood kin, are mentioned in this pager turner.
Below meeting in California in 2011, Glenn Holliman and Tina Peddie, the communications guru who has brought hundreds of Hollyman descendants together on her Yahoo chat room and Facebook Hollyman page.
FAMILY HISTORIES Plyler Family records
FAMILY HISTORIES Ridgely Families by Walt O. Holliman
FAMILY HISTORIES Riggan Families by Walt O. Holliman
FAMILY HISTORIES Roberts Family by Walt O. Holliman
FAMILY HISTORIES Roberts, Sarah lineage by Walt O. Holliman
Below, Jeanette Holiman Stewart of Texas visits in 2013 Bob Hollyman-Mawson in Wales. Jeanette is the keeper of the 20,000 plus names in Hollyman Ancestry.com Tree. Bob is the British expert on his ancestors in Bristol, Somerset and Wales. He also has a vast collection of names and histories of international Hollymans.
Holliman Names and Associated Families with Index, 2 Parts by Cecil R. Holliman
Below, in 2014, Barbara, Madeleine and Lindsay Holliman, visited with Carolyn Stonham, left, at Hollyman manor farm from the 16th century in Cuddington, Buckinghamshire, another breakthrough event in understanding Holliman English heritage.
Mississippi Hollimans Notes
His children bequeathed his genealogical materials to me, and I remain grateful for the opportunity to pass along his valuable research to future generations.
Irondale, AL Further Memories of the 1930s by H. Bishop Holliman 2014
Lee Brasses at Dinton, Buckinghamshire, England
Below, in 2014 Anne Holmes in Cuddington, Buckinghamshire, English with Hollimans on the historic medieval farm of the 15th century Hollyman family. A professional genealogist, Anne has been superb in locating and translating Hollyman and Lee families documents.
Shepherd Baptist Church, Newtonville, AL
Tring, Hertfordshire Hollimans by Anne Holmes