The James J. Hollis Bible

The James J. Hollis Bible

Transcribed and Submitted
Sue Pearson Carpenter

The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments
Translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations
diligently compared and revised

New York: Printed by D. Fanshaw
For the American Bible Society
(Nonpareil 12 mo.)

Note: Bible is small, about 5 inches by 8 inches

James J. Hollis son of Anna Hollis Born the 22nd November 1814

Elizabeth Frances Hollis daughter of Joseph Smith and Judith Smith Born the 30 day of October 1818

William Henry Hollis son of James J. Hollis & E. F. his wife. Born the 14th of June 1838

James Alexander Hollis son of Jas. J. & E. F. Hollis Born the 9th March 1840

Caroline Matilda Hollis daughter of Jas. J. & E. F. Hollis Born the 7th of August 1842

Joseph Washington Moor Smith Hollis, son of Jas J and E. F. Hollis born the 29th March 1845

Foster Payton Hollis son of Jas J & E F Hollis Born 25th of February 1847

Virginia Franklin Hollis daughter of James J and E. F. Hollis born the 27th July 1849

Thomas Pierce Hollis Son of J. J. and E. F. Hollis born the 7th of Jany 1852

James J. Hollis Died Oct. 16, 1898

William Hollis Died Oct. 26, 1898

Joshep Hollis Died Nov 26, 1894

Samuel Hollis Died 1846

Caroline Hollis Died Dec 24, 1910

Thomas Hollis died July ___ 1921

James J. Hollis and his family were in the 1850 census of Sumner County, TN. He married 17 JUN 1837 to Elizabeth Frances Smith. James was the son of Joseph and Anna Hollis. Elizabeth was the daughter of Joseph Smith and Judith Townes.

Hollis, James, farmer, 35 yrs, born TN
Hollia, Elizabeth, 29 yrs, born TN
Hollis, William, 12 yrs, born TN (14 JUN 1838 - 26 Oct 1898)
Hollis, James A., 10 yrs, born TN
Hollis, Caroline M. "Carrie", 7 yrs, born TN
Hollis, Joseph, 5 yrs, born TN (29 MAR 1845 - 26 NOV 1894)
Hollis, Foster, 3 yrs, born TN (19 FEB 1847 - 20 DEC 1829)
Hollis, Mary, 1 yr, born TN
(Another son, Sam Hollis would be born in 1854.)

Carrie Hollis Pearson was buried 24 December 1919 in the Woodburn Cemetery in Warren County, Kentucky. She was the wife of W. N. Pearson.

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(Note: Carrie Hollis Pearson Was a daughter of Elizabeth Frances Smith who was the daughter of Joseph Smith.)

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