As you probably know, the white Hollands of Anderson Dist. were not wealthy and therefore did not own many slaves. If you send me what you have, I can likely help you work out your line.
I have a few tidbits for you:
Ophelia Wade, Lucius Families USA, vol. 3, p. 120, 124: appraisal/sale of slaves of Daniel F. Lucius, March/April 1847: Kesiah and (child) Ciller (32), sold to Wm. Holland, $650
[Descendants of Daniel Lucius's slave, Kesiah:
1 Kesiah slave 1797 -
......... 2 Mary slave 1813 -
......... 2 Kesiah slave 1815 -
.................... 3 Ciller slave
......... 2 Maria slave 1817 -
......... 2 Emery slave 1819 -
......... 2 Nancy slave 1821 -
......... 2 Matilda slave 1823 -
......... 2 Manuel slave 1826 -
......... 2 Malinda slave 1833 -]
SCDAH #C1054, Anderson Dist. SC Inventories, etc., book 4, p. 395: W[illiam] Holland, appraisers John Poor, GW Turner, John W. Poor, M. Breazeale. Slaves: Sylla 1150, Martha 850, boy Emory Gilmore 950. Sale 2 May 1859. Elisha Webb bought one negro girl [Sylla?] 1080.
[This William Holland who d. 1859 was a Justice of the Peace and deacon at Big Creek Baptist church. He was the grandson of Big Creek founder, the Rev. Moses Holland. His family lived in the neighborhood of Pierce's Ford, in present-day Belton Twp.]
Third Congressional District, Committee of Investigation, Reports and Resolutions [KKK Hearings], South Carolina, 1869-1870, p. 1414: witness John Wesley Sherrard (colored), age 46, farmer, near Holland's store, two years. Was forced to vote Democrat, 3 Nov. 1868, against his will, by Thomas Holland and Wm. Holland. They threatened his life, and said "if I went away without voting I should be bushwhacked, and that I should be turned out of the County and have no home. Henry Holland, a black man, was shot in the thigh before the election, and there was continual nighttime shooting.
Third Congressional District, Committee of Investigation, Reports and Resolutions [KKK Hearings], South Carolina,1869-70, p. 1327: Henry Kennedy, black, Anderson C. H., resided here 29 years. Union League organizer [see p. 1335] Mentions Rev. Wm. Parker [1870 Fork 508A #130: William K. Parker 31 mb school teacher 200/150 GA+ family + Hollands], Thadeus Holland, Newton Whitner: blacks who did not vote.
[1870 census, Anderson Co. SC]
1870 Henry Holland 19 mb RockMill 656
1870 Wm. W. Holland 51 mw Fork 516
1870 W. T. Holland 52 mw Fork 515
[This group was located in a very different part of the county--in Fork and Rock Mill Twps.]
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