4. Holloway2 Bunting (William1) was born in Accomack Co., VA about 1695. (Mears Collection, Accomack Public Library) Holloway died before November 10, 1776 in Northampton Co., VA, at approximately 81 years of age. Will dated February 22, 1772, probate February 13, 1776. (James H. Marshall, Wills & Administations Northampton Co., VA, p. 445)

He married Tamar Marshall in Northampton Co., VA, about 1720. Tamar was born about 1703. Tamar was the daughter of George Marshall and Mary (Moore). Tamar died 1778 in Northampton Co., VA, at 75 years of age. Upon Tamar's death, her estate was administered in Northampton Co., VA, November 10, 1778. Tamar married Holloway after her father's will of 1713. She inherited N115 and N103 from her father and on the death of her brother, William. (James H. Marshall, Wills & Admin. NH Co., p. 465; Ralph Whitelaw, VA Eastern Shore, pps. 509-510, 527-528). See Northampton Marshalls and Bunting Family Journals.

He made a will in Northampton Co., VA, February 22, 1772. Holloway's will was probated in Northampton Co., VA, February 13, 1776. Holloway's name also appears in records as Hollowell (his mother's maiden name) and even as Willowby Bunton (1739 tithable list). He and Tamar lived on the land she inherited from her father, 100 acres "upon Acohannck Ridge." This was located south of Occahannock Creek and north of Jamesville on the bayside, west of Exmore. (Ralph Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore, p. 509). He was a planter and later received the land left to Tamar's brother, William.

He named his granddaughter Aritence Fitzgerald and left her Negro girl Lukey and all the goods lent my son-in-law Thomas Fitzgerald. He named daughter Rachel Johnson and gave her use of Negro girl Comfort and boy Lakum during her life and then to her children Laban and Jonathan, He named his wife, Tamor and gave her use of Negro girl Agness and boy Southy during her widowhood and then to daughters Bridget Gaskins and then grandsons Thomas and John Gaskins. To Tamar he left use of Negro boy Spencer and then he to go to grandchildren Severn and Jonathan Bunting. Son, Jonathan received all lands after his mother's death.

Holloway never named Solomon as a son nor any of his children as grandchildren.

Holloway Bunting and Tamar Marshall had the following children:

child + 13 i. Jonathan3 Bunting was born before 1724.

child 14 ii. George Bunting was born in Northampton Co., VA before 1724. George died 1734 in Northampton Co., VA. (Ralph Whitelaw, VA Eastern Shore, p. 510)

child + 15 iii. Ann Mary Bunting was born before 1724.

child 16 iv. Tamar Bunting was born in Northampton Co., VA after 1724.

child + 17 v. Bridget Bunting was born after 1724.

child 18 vi. Rebecca Bunting was born in Northampton Co., VA after 1724.

child + 19 vii. Rachel Bunting was born about 1725.

child + 20 viii. Solomon Bunting(Sr.) was born about 1727.

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