CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPH OF HENRY THOMPSON HOLLADAY OF CULPEPER COUNTY, VA

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Clean, clear cabinet card of a white-haired gentleman in a dark suit, white shirt and white bowtie. The subject sports a goatee and looks every inch the southern colonel.

Bottom of the mount is marked DAVIS, 817 BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA.

Mount and paper have only light surface dirt.

Reverse of the image has a modern period ink inscription that reads “H. T. HOLLADAY, ANNE’S GRANDFATHER.”

Henry Thompson Holladay, Sr. was born in Virginia in 1828. He married Mary Jane Boggs (1833-1861), and after her death, married again, this time to Frances (Franny) Porter (1838-1917). It does not appear that he served in the Confederate Army, though it appears that sibling Waller Lewis Holladay (13th Virginia) did. It seems that Holladay operated a grist mill at Rapidan Station, VA.  Holladay died in Rapidan, Culpeper, VA on Feb. 22, 1910, and is buried there in Waddell Memorial Presbyterian Church Cemetery. Further research certainly a possibility.  [ad/ld]

 

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