Charles Jackson Holden

#1078, b. 29 Mar 1829, d. 9 Dec 1889
Last Edited:17 May 2016

Children of Charles Jackson Holden and Mahala F. Page

Children of Charles Jackson Holden and Susan Drusilla Morris

Outline of Life Events:

EventDescription
BirthCharles Jackson Holden was born on 29 Mar 1829 at MS?1
Marriage LicenseCharles J Holden paid $200 for a marriage bond, and obtained a license to marry Mahala F. Page, on 4 Jan 1850 in Amite County, MS. Jesse Mixon was a second signer on the bond.2
MarriageCharles J Holden married first Mahala F. Page on 8 Jan 1850 at Amite County, MS. Officiating over the ceremony was J. B. Easley, Justice of the Peace.2
MilitaryCharles Jackson Holden served in the military as a Private in the Confederacy with the 16th Regiment, Louisiana Infantry, Company D, during the Civil War.3
Death, WidowHe was left a widower at age 48, when his wife, Mahala, died on 7 Oct 1877.4
Marriage LicenseC J Holden paid $200 for a marriage bond, and obtained a license to marry S D Morris, on 30 Nov 1878 in Copiah County, MS. J G GoingC J Holden was a second signer on the bond.5
MarriageHe married second S D Morris on 11 Dec 1878 at Copiah County, MS. Officiating over the ceremony was John J. Ellis, M.B.S.5
DeathCharles Jackson Holden died at age 60 on 9 Dec 1889, probably in MS.1

Citations:

  1. [S1] Holy Bible. Hartford: Silus Andrus and Son, 1853. Benjamin Lippincott Coles Family. Held by Henrietta Stumpf, Arkansas.
  2. [S977] MS. Amite County. Marriage bond and license. Marriage Records, 1809-1952. Amite County Courthouse, Liberty, Amite, MS, USA. Microfilm. 17 reels. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  3. [S1420] National Park Service. Soldiers and Sailors Database. Online https://www.nps.gov/civilwar/…
  4. [S221] Find A Grave. Website. Online http://www.findagrave.com
  5. [S976] MS. Copiah County. Marriage bond and license. Marriage Records, 1823-1921. Copiah County Courthouse, Hazlehurst, Copiah, MS, USA. Microfilm. 23 reels. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  6. [S745] Rev. Donald J Hebert. Southwest Louisiana Records, 1909. Rayne, LA: Hebert Publications, date not given.