Served in the Revolution but no record has been found.
Found copy of Will of Timothy Holtzclaw, dated 20 Apr 1816. Wilkes Co GA. Bequests: Grandchildren William and Lucinda a tract of land wheron son Nathan Holtzclaw did settle and property now in their mother's possession to enjoy it during her widowhood; daughter Charlotte Burns, slave & furniture; son Henry Holtzclaw parcel of land on Buzzard Branch; son Elijah Holtzclaw parcel of land adjoing William & Lucinda's; two sons Silas Holtzclaw & John Graham Holtzclaw the rest of land and plantation divided equally & Silas gets a mare & bridle & saddle; daughter Sally Russell slave and property now in her possession; daughter Emily Holtzclaw slave and funiture, livestock; wife Rhoda Holtzclaw land where they now live with slaves not given, etc to be divided after her lifetime between all: Charlotte, Henry, Sally, Elizabeth, Emily, Silas, & John. Henry & Elijah executors. Witness: David Kerr, Arnold Atkinson, Jacob Calloway.
Timothy HOLTZCLAW and Rhoda GRAHAM were married about 1778 in Fauquier County, Virginia.18 Rhoda GRAHAM was born in 1761 in Prince William County, Virginia.72 She died on 10 November 1822 at the age of 61 in Wilkes County, Georgia.72
Timothy HOLTZCLAW and Rhoda GRAHAM had the following children:
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