Vcke de Longworth ~1105 – ?
Siward de Longworth
Other sources have Vcke born in 1118.
Siward “the Warrior” de Longworth ~1146 – ~1204
Lady Juliana Eva
Mathew de Holande, Ughtred de Chycrche, Henry de Cleiton, Sir Richard de Stainall, Alan de Holande, Siward de Duxbury
Other sources have Siward born between 1128 and 1171. Of 199 results of a search for “Siward de Longworth” on Ancestry World Tree, only Don Tiffin ventures to provide the names for the children listed here. Most of the others have only Mathew.
Mathew de Holande ~1175 – ~1224
Margaret de Harcourt
Robert de Holande ~1198 – ~1258
Cecily de Columbers
Thurstan, Adam, Richard
According to The Lancaster Hollands, p. 237, these were the only three sons of Robert, and Thurstan was the eldest.
Sir Thurstan de Holande ~1220 – >1272
Robert, William, Richard, Margaret, Roger, Adam
Thurstan, Adam, Elias, Simon
Various sources agree with The Lancashire Hollands, p. 3, in listing two sons with the same name Adam.
Sir William de Holland ~1255 – <1321
Sir William de Holland ~1275 – >1325
Joan de Pleasington
Sir Thurstan de Holland ~1297 – >1368
Richard, William, three other sons.
Here The Lancashire Hollands contradicts itself. A family tree of the “Hollands of Denton and Heaton” on p. 268, declares this Thurstan to be the son of William of Sharples and the grandson of Thurstan of Upholland. But the next page declares that William of Sharples had a son also named William who was the father of this Thurstan, and asserts that this Thurstan was the great-grandson of Thurstan of Upholland. This genealogy follows the text on p. 269 to show both Williams. Other sources supply the dates.
Sir Richard de Holland ~1325 – 1402
Thurstan, William, Nicholas
Thurstan Holland ~1360 – 1423
Thurstan, Richard, Henry, Thomas
Thurstan Holland ~1390 – <1467
Richard, Margaret, Elizabeth
Richard Holland 1432 – 7 Feb. 1483
Richard, Nicholas, Lawrence, Margaret
Richard Holland ~1450 – ~1501
Thurstan, William, Robert, Thomas, Peter, Ellen
Sir Robert de Holande ~1241 – >1311
William, Ameria, Joan, Margery, Alan, Robert
Sir Robert Holland ~1281 – 15 Oct. 1328
Otho, Allan, John, Thomas, Isabella
Sir Thomas Holland ~1314 – 28 Dec. 1360
Joan Plantagenet, “the Fair Maid of Kent”
Thomas, John, Joan, Maud
John Holland ~1352 – 16 Jan. 1400
Richard, Constance, Alice, John, Edward
John Holland <1394 – 1447
Beatrice of Portugal
Henry Holland 27 June 1430 – 1475
William, Thomas (illegitimate)
Anne Holland ~1459 – >1467
Thurstan Holland ~1470 – 11 Oct. 1508
Robert, Sir Richard, John, Lawrence, Ralph, Edward, Thurston, Eleanor, Elizabeth
John Holland ~1494 – ?
Bryan Holland >1492 – ?
Guy, Oliver, John, Edward, Elizabeth, and others
Bryan “in Blomefield’s ‘History of Norfolk’ (1739, vol. i, p. 231), is said to have been a grandson of Thurstan Holland of Denton, who died in 1508, by his third son, John. No such son John is, however, mentioned in the Denton pedigree.” (TLH p. 319). The Visitations of Norfolk, 1563, 1589 and 1613, p. 158, shows Bryan and various children including Edward. It does not show Edward’s descendants.
Edward Holland ~1512 – <1612
John Holland ~1532 – 1578
Philemon Holland ~1552 – 9 Feb. 1636
The Lancashire Hollands states that Philemon had seven sons and three daughters (p. 325) but deigns to name only Henry and Abraham (pp. 326,327).
William Holland <1580 – ~1636
John the Elder, Richard, Gabriel Francis, William, Robert
John Holland 29 Sept. 1580 – 1652
John Jr., Humphrey, Thomas, Nathaniel, Deliverance, Obedience, Prudence, Relieffe
CAVEAT: Some sources state that he was born as my genealogy shows, in 1580 (or 1597) of William and Mary. Other sources declare him to have been born in Nov. 1602 in Plymouth, Devonshire, of John Henry Holland and Elizabeth Barker. I found no source for John Henry Holland that lists his progenitors. So if William is wrong and John Henry is correct, then my entire genealogy back from William Holland would appear to be erroneous, mistaken and wrong.
According to Robert Charles Anderson et al., The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England 1634,35, III (G,H), 377, John died in Dorchester between 3 Aug. and 10 Sept. 1652; Wiley Holland supplies this information. Many Internet sources state that in 1652 he sailed on the ship Endeavor bound for Virginia, but the ship was wrecked and he died at sea. But of these Internet sources that in turn specify their own source, most if not all of them cite the questionable individual excoriated at the top of this page.
Nathaniel Holland 30 Mar. 1623 – 1710
Sarah, Ruth, Nathaniel Jr., John, Samuel, Elizabeth, Mary
One source lists all of the children except Samuel; another source lists all of the children except Elizabeth and Mary. Mary Beth Wheeler argues that he was the son not of John Holland but of one Joseph of London.
John Holland 7 Apr. 1674 – >1727
Joseph, Elizabeth, Abigail, Jonas, Ephraim, Sarah, Benjamin, Samuel, John Jr.
Samuel Holland 9 July 1721 – 24 Apr. 1764
Elizabeth, John, Abigail, Sarah, Reuben, Joab, Paul, Mary, Patty
Paul Holland 13 Apr. 1761 – ?
Park, Polly, Patty, Paul Jr., Sophia, Calvin A.
Park Holland 19 Feb. 1791 – 12–19 June 1832
Ashley, Caroline, Luther, Leonard, Hannah, Wales, Charles, Mary C., Philo
Other sources omit his wife Hannah and assign all of his children to Esther Bridgman.
Leonard Holland 26 July 1815 – 29 May 1886
Lucy Anna Bartlett
Ellen Caroline, Lucy Bartlett
Louisa Maria Chesebrough
Edward, Louise Marie, Frank Leonard, William Bridgman, Philo Leon
Other sources declare that one Marie Whitcomb was his first wife.
Frank Leonard Holland 25 June 1862 – 28 Aug. 1921
The principle source for these data is a handwritten document by my paternal grandmother Mary Jane Knowles.
Francis Marion (“Budge”) Holland 13 Dec. 1903 – May 1966
John Stewart Holland 25 July 1934 —
Benjamin Francis Holland 20 Sept. 1966 —