I've plowed through all these death records and have some observations. I'm sure I missed an ancestor or two. Some things in genealogy are universal. Ages are seldom exact when given on death records or censuses. If you have a common name (or common for that area) you need corroborating information to make the identification. So, for instance, there were two possible Jan Holics I saw: One died on 1 May 1851, aged 69 and the other on 1 August 1853 aged 72. Both men were born circa 1781-2. The Jan I was seeking was baptized on 4 January 1786. So, that's far enough off that I needed more information and sadly there was none. No father's name or wife's name was given. Since my search only begins in 1822 and this Jan may have died prior to that, I can't reach any conclusions.
On the other hand in my secondary Holic line (yes, I have two), the following record shows how that corroborating information nails the identification:
In the middle of the page you can see Paulus Holics, husband of Elizabeths Worodjak. This matches well with the marriage of 17 November 1788 of Paul Holic and Elizabeth Welowjak. Her name of Welowjak appears both on her marriage records and the baptism of her daughter Christine in 1800. His age of 62 is not far off from his baptism in 24 August 1767. All in all, I'd say that's a match.