Helmus Bogart

February 23, 1785 (bap. Mar. 13, 1785) - August 20, 1847
Born East Woods, Syosset, Long Island, New York (Oyster Bay Township)

Sarah Walters

November 22, 1790 - November 21, 1854
b. Brooklyn, New York?

Annetta (Annetje) Bogart

August 29, 1813 - March 24, 1893
Born in New York City
Died in Laramie, Wyoming

Eli Holliday

Marriage Date & Place
October 21, 1822 - November 22, 1868
Born in Hamilton County, Ohio

James E. Holliday

April 12, 1842 - November 3, 1887
Born in Hamilton County, Ohio (presumed)
Spouse Name

William Helmus Holliday

May 21, 1843 - February 20, 1925
Born in Hamilton County, Ohio
First Wife: Emily R. Coykendall
Second Wife: Sarah Elizabeth East

Jethro Tabor Holliday

December 29, 1844 - September 20, 1910
Born in Hamilton County, Ohio
Spouse Name

Elwood Clark Holliday

1847 - 1918
Born in Hamilton County, Ohio (presumed)
Spouse Name

Mary Annetta (“Kate”) Holliday

September 16, 1849 - July 27, 1920
Born in Hamilton County, Ohio (presumed)
married Frank Kibler

Sarah Elizabeth (“Lida”) Holliday

December 10, 1851 - July 31, 1911
Born in Hamilton County, Ohio (presumed)
married N.T. Webber

Notes

Annetje’s parents moved to New York from the Bogart family land out in Oyster Bay, Long Island, for about three years, during which time Annetje was born. Then they moved back to Oyster Bay. In 1820 Annetje’s father drove a team to Cincinnati, Ohio, taking the family with him. Annetje would have been seven years old at the time. (See notes on her father's page.)

Helen East Holliday DeWitt wrote [link removed—ask Webmaster], “Annetta Bogart Holliday was a real Wyoming pioneer, coming West in 1870 with her sons and daughters in spite of the fact that her husband, Eli Holliday, who had preceded her, had died at Sherman, near Laramie in 1868. Although almost 60 years of age, she acquired a ranch near Virginia Dale, which she managed personally.”

Eli had actually left Ohio in 1852 to head for California, returning in 1855, then leaving again in 1858 for Douglas County, Illinois, then Jackson County (for more detail, see his page). So Annetta was used to running the family and the farm on her own. Of her sons, at least William Helmus (“W.H.”) was already in Wyoming Territory by the time she moved there; Jethro (“J.T.”) may have been there as well.

One source refers to her (erroneously?) as “Mary Annetta (Bogart) Holliday.”

Pix

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Sources

The Bogart Family: Tunis Gysbert Bogaert and His Descendants. compiled by John Albert Bogart, entered Library of Congress 1959, privately printed by Haddon Craftsmen Inc., Scranton, Pennsylvania.

Also see notes [link removed—ask Webmaster] typed by Helen East Holliday DeWitt.

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