~ HOLEMAN ~
my immediate family - descendants of Ann Elizabeth Holeman (m. Lenhart)
Other researchers may be interested in the Holeman and Rader reports.
(Revised 29 October 2006)
On the Holeman side (Ann Elizabeth Holeman [AEH] wife of Walter Beck Lenhart) we have associated
surname ancestors back to the 1500's - several connected with
Ann Elizabeth Holeman was the daughter of John English Holeman and Katherine
Sophia (or Sophia Katherine) Graves of KY.
John was the son of Col. Alexander Wake Holeman (AWH, known as Wake; served the
AWH was the son of Jacob Harrod Holeman (JHH) and Mary Ann Wake (MAW) of VA and KY.
JHH was the son of Andrew Holeman and Elizabeth Rader of VA.***
Andrew was the son of Jacob Holeman, son of Daniel Holeman of
See JHH, MAW, AWH and more at Portraits
***In 1965, a distant cousin (who wishes to remain anonymous) commissioned a
Ancestry Chart of Ann Elizabeth Holeman PDF file - 5 generation chart; most of the surnames on the chart are documented to earlier generations.
In the 1990's, I sent booklets to all the daughters of AEH & WBL documenting the following AEH lines (in time, I hope to add this information to the website):
Revel Wharton (red cover) - DAR application with all documentation
(Revel's daughter married an English)
Graves Ancestry (green cover)
Duvall ancestry (turquoise cover) - wife of the above mentioned Dr. John B. English was a Duvall.
Other material including write-ups and documentation about Col. Alexander Wake Holeman (and the Civil War) and his father, Jacob Harrod Holeman (a
Jacob Harrod Holeman was also the survivor of an infamous
Alexander Wake Holeman usually known as Wake Holman/Holeman (link includes Civil War details and the “bean” story).
AEH's children in 3rd generation under Walter Beck Lenhart (WBL).
English This includes a link to the list of descendants I contributed to another website (list concludes with the generation of the four daughters of AEH and WBL).
Graves AEH's mother Katherine
Sophia Graves (or Sophia Katherine Graves) descends from Captain Thomas Graves,
who arrived in