Holdeman/Holderman Family Collection, ca. 1840-1970 | East Texas Research Center

Collection Overview

Title: Holdeman/Holderman Family Collection, ca. 1840-1970Add to your cart.

ID: A/137

Primary Creator: Holdeman, John

Extent: 2.0 Boxes

Subjects: Bible records -- Texas -- Nacogdoches, Confederate States of America. Army -- Personnel records, Land titles -- Texas -- Nacogdoches

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Family bibles of John and Elvira McClean Holdeman and Alma Florence McCasland Holdeman, photocopies of Republic of Texas land documents and Confederate military service records of the Nacogdoches family.

Collection Historical Note

John and Elvira McClean Holdeman were married in Nashville, Tennessee, and came to Nacogdoches about 1838 or 1839. Holdeman descendants intermarried with the Berry, Killian, Morton, and Hamby families in Texas. Many of their descendants are located throughout the state. The Holdeman name is variously spelled Haldeman and Halderman.

Subject/Index Terms

Bible records -- Texas -- Nacogdoches
Confederate States of America. Army -- Personnel records
Land titles -- Texas -- Nacogdoches

Administrative Information

Repository: East Texas Research Center

Access Restrictions: Open for research.

Acquisition Method: Gift

Box and Folder Listing

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[Box 1],
[Box 2],

Box 2Add to your cart.
Item 1: Bible of Alma Florence McCasland Holdeman, 1950-1962Add to your cart.
Contains birth and marriage records. Fair condition (taped spine, missing title page).
Item 2: King James Bible of Alma Florence McCasland Holdeman, 1880-1970Add to your cart.
Contains family birth, death, marriage, and military service records. Fair condition.
Item 3: Photocopy of the vital records from the family bible of Isa Bell (Hamby) Holdeman, 1834-1967Add to your cart.
Nine pages


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