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The old church is on a hill and is seen for miles around ; it is built of brick, stone and flint ; it has an entrance on the side, as shown in the frontispiece, and the build- ing is now used for worship, as it will be probably for scores of years to come.

The numbers in the left hand margin signify that the person against that number is taken up more fully, later on. Holmes seems to be the universal orthography, although the e is left out in Scan- dinavian as well as in some English families, even at the present day. 26.) In Roxbury Town Records we find that in 1640 there was a list called "^ note of the estates and persons of the Inhabitants of Rochsberry . There were three who were assessed £10, George Holmes being one of them, he standing the tenth in amount of property in a list of sev- enty. I giue full power to them to make the fore named division of my lands in the most equal & peacable manner they can, & if any of my children will not rest in what they doe, my will is y' child shall lose his part, & it shall be given to such as my overseers see most fitt, & I intreate my deare wife to doe nothing of moment w*^out the advice of these my overseers. Mr John Eliot deposed before court, 30 11 1651 that George Holmes was of a disjjosing mind the yeare 1646 or thereabouts. Roger Clap 12 day of the (1 mo.) 166|- unto Daniel Elder, a Scotsman." He took the oath of allegiance in 1679 and died May 4, 1692.

Towns which are not followed by a state are located in Massachusetts. The surname Holm or Holmes is classed among those local names in England which describe the nature or situation of the original bearer's residence, such as Hill, Dale, Wood, etc. In early days, no doubt the name was Holm, but in repetition of the possessive case, such as Holm's land or Holm's cattle, the name easily became Holms to a majority of people. And my request is to my Dearly beloved brethren Elder Heath, broth"^ Eliot & y broth"' Parks our Deakens & my broth"" Ruggles and Brother Riggs to be / my overseers to counsell & guide my wife in all her aifaires.

The same may be said of Miss Cora Estelle Holmes of North Attleboro, who performed similar service and who saved the writer much expense and time in research on the descendants of Joseph Holmes (27). Randall, of 60 Wall Street, New York, has made a broad study of the Holmes Families and has a type-written copy of the early generations of the principal old Holmes Families of New England. The following entries also appear in Nazing Parish Register and are given here only as a curiosity. To Miss Lucy Nichols Holmes of Pomfret, Conn., much credit is due in her aid in preparing a skeleton or frame work of the de- scendants of Jehoshaphat Holmes (19) of Pomfret, putting time and expense into conscientious and ambitious work. was born on the way over, or very soon after his parents arrived in Roxbury. The compiler would be bereft of gratitude if he did not mention the names of a few who have rendered substantial assistance. Joseph's name is not given, and it is supposed that he 2 HOLMES GENEALOGY. A deed in Salem was found where the name was recorded as " Holmies." In a number of cases the name was spelled in two different ways in the same document, caused by the ignorance of the clerk or the general illiteracy of the people of the early times. No one who has not given the subject much thought can compre- hend the difficulty of spanning three centuries and tracing lines of descent of which no previous record has been attempted. 376.) He and his wife are mentioned in Roxbury church records as being members of Eliot's church. Up to and including the period of the American Revolution, the name was spelled in the following different ways ; in fact, with only a few exceptions, these names can be found on the rolls of the Con- tinental Army : — Halm, Halms, Hallms, Holemes, Holems, Hollems, Hollmes, Hollms, Holm, Holmbs, Holmes, Holms, Holome, Holomes, Hol- oms, Holum, Holume, Holumes, Horn, Homas, Horns, Hoomee, Wholmb, Wholmbs, Wholms, Whomes, Whooms. The following is an abstract of his will, the original in the hand- writing of Eliot. Also my will is y' there shall not be strip & wast made of timber and iire wood from my ground, only so much as may be for the necessary vse of my family, witnesse John Eliot. " Children, all born in Roxbury, except Lydiaand perhaps Joseph : I. in Nazing, England, baptized there July 26, 1635; died in Dorchester, Sept. He lived after marriage on the banks of the Nepouset River in that part of Dorchester that is now Hyde Park and adjoining the property of his neice Mehitable Trescott (See vi under Nathaniel 3.) Eliot's diary tells us that " 7 mo (16 dy) 1678 Lidea Elder daughter of Bro Homes took hold on the Covenant & had 4 Child'u baj Dtized." The children, all born in Dorchester, as recorded, were: 1. Joseph^ Holmes (George^), whose birth record is not found, presumedly was born in 1637, on the passage from England, or very soon after his parents arrived in Roxbury.