1805 - 1881
||HOLTZCLAW *Martha, (Holsclaw) |
||21 Aug 1805
||Lincoln County, Kentucky 
||7 Apr 1881
||Morgan Township, Harrison County, Indiana
||8 Apr 1881
||Snyder's Chapel Cemetery, Harrison Co., IN
||Ancestors of Catherine Yvonne King | The Ancestors of Catherine King from the Virginia King Family of Stafford and Louisa County, Virginia
||6 Jul 2006 |
||HOLTZCLAW *Amos, , Sr., b. 29 Dec 1774, Fauquier County, VA , d. 6 Aug 1842, Morgan Township, Harrison County, IN |
||HOPWOOD *Sarah " Sally", b. 31 Oct 1774, Fauquier County, VA , d. 2 Apr 1841, Morgan Township, Harrison County, IN |
||7 Oct 1799
||Fauquier County, VA
||ELLIS *Edward, b. 12 May 1805, Virginia/Kentucky , d. 1862, Morgan Township, Harrison County, IN |
||18 Mar 1824
||Harrison County, Indiana 
- Adam-Ashby Family History
Bob Adams: Bob@bob-adams.com
Marriage License applied for: 1 March 1824, Harrison County, Indiana
| ||1. ELLIS James, b. 1827, Georgia |
| ||2. ELLIS Amos, b. 1830, Georgia |
| ||3. ELLIS Henry Charles, b. 1833, Georgia |
| ||4. ELLIS Francis Marion, b. 1834, Georgia |
| ||5. ELLIS Martha Ann, b. 1837, Georgia |
|>||6. ELLIS *John W., b. 23 Feb 1839, Harrison County, Indiana , d. 2 Jan 1901, Orange County, Indiana |
| ||7. ELLIS William Henry, b. 1841, Georgia |
| ||8. ELLIS George William, b. 1844, Georgia |
| ||9. ELLIS Infant, b. 9 Mar 1846, Morgan Township, Harrison County, IN , d. 9 Mar 1846, Morgan Township, Harrison County, IN |
| ||10. ELLIS Zachary T, b. 1847, Georgia |
| ||11. ELLIS Winfield, b. 1847, Georgia |
- SOURCE NOTES:
Recieved the following Message Board ( Holtzclaw ) post on 9/9/05:
Descendants of Amos Holtzclaw, 1774-1842 from VA to KY to Harrison County, Indiana.
Descendants of Amos Holtzclaw, Sr.:
From Tim Jordan ( firstname.lastname@example.org) 26th September 2005
" Did I send you the transcriptions of Amos and Sarah Holtzclaws wills? There is also a website that has pictures of numerous Holtzclaw headstones.
Reep Dunkard Cemetery
from Marsha Belty ( email@example.com ( 6/15/2004))
Glad to hear from you, it's be a good while. I have lots more on the Holtzclaws thanks to Amos 1774's
daughter Sarah's will. Her will, 2 pages is a treasure, she names everyone and their relationship to her. Amos Holtzclaw's will is 2 & 1/2 pages but doesn't supply much genealogy.
WILL OF SARAH HOLTZCLAW, DAUGTHER OF AMOS HOLTZCLAW SISTER OF MELINDA AND MARTHA HOLTZCLAW ( Martha is my line )
I, Sarah Holtzclaw, of the County of Harrison in the State of Indiana, in the fear of God do constitute this my last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all others.
First-I will for my body a plain and descent burial, and that all my just debts be paid as soon after my decease as by law required.
Third-I will that my property real and personal be divided as follows: that it be sold to the highest bidder and the proceeds of same ( except such articles as shall be named hereafter ) be divided in the following manner.
I will that tombstones be placed to the graves of myself, my mother, my brother Amos, my brother
Bennett and his deceased wife, my brother Jeziah's first wife, my brother Wilford's first wife and his deceased daughter Mary, James F. Martin's first wife and his deceased daughter, Mary Francis, all not to exceed in cost fifty five dollars.
I will to Harriet Ann Doherty, ( my niece ) ten dollars.
I will to my nephew, William M. Holtzclaw, five dollars.
I will that each of my brother Jeziah Holtzclaw's children have five dollars, except Sarah Francis, and that she have six acres of land off of the east side of my tract, so as to include the building ( the dwelling house ) and that she have one bed and bedding.
I will that each of my brother Wildred Holtzclaw's children have five dollars.
I will that my brother, Bennet Holtzclaw's children John Nelson and Sarah E. Mosier have each one
I will James, Nancy Jane, and Francis Marion, children of the said Bennet Holtzclaw, have each five dollars.
I will that my Sisters Malinda R. Worle and Martha E. Ellis each have fifteen dollars.
I will that James Edward, son of James T. Martin, have five dollars.
I will that twenty five dollars be given to the missionary cause, to aid in the preaching of the Gospel among the destitute, and that twenty five dollars be given to the poor and needy, who are in want of the necessary comforts of life, and that the missionary funds and the funds for the poor be disposed of by Joseph L. Martin as he may think best.
I will that Margaret Jane, wife of my brother Wilfred Holtzclaw have the remaining bed and all the bedding, and all my wearing apparel.
I will that Francis Marion Jeffers have five dollars. I will that the three deceased children of my brother Jeziah Holtzclaw, Phillip, Amos and George Washington have tombstones to each of their graves, worth five dollars a pair, or fifteen dollars in all, and that the remainder of my property, if any, be for
my brother Wilfred Holtzclaw.
I will that Samuel Horner be the executor of this my last will, in testimony where of I have herewith
set my hand and seal this ninth day of October 1861, Eighteen hundred and sixty one.
Attest Sarah ( her mark ) Holtzclaw
State of Indiana
In vacation of the Harrison Court of Com Pleas, Harrison County. Be it remembered that on the 22nd day of November 1861, personally appeared before me Mr. D.M. Jones, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Common Pleas, of the county and state aforesaid. J.L. Martin and Peter Martin, both of the subscribing witnesses to the attached last will and testament of Sarah Holtzclaw, late of said County of Harrison, deceased, who being by said clerk duly sworn to state all they knew concerning the executing, subscribing and attesting of said will by Sarah Holtzclaw, the testatrix, upon their oaths say that said Sarah Holtzclaw, the testatrix, signed, sealed and acknowledged and published and declared said instrument of writing in their prescence to be her last will and testament as therein specified and that they two subscribed their names thereto as witnesses in the presence of said testatrix and in the presence of each other; and they further say that Sarah Holtzclaw at the time of executing said will was
of lawful age to devise her property, and of sound mind and memory, and not under coercion or restraint and further saith not.
Subscribed and affirmed to before me this 22nd day of November 1861
D.M. Jones, Clerk
- [S63] Tombstone Inscription.
- [S18] Marriage Certificate, 1 Mar 1824.