Title: Joy McCook, McCook, Joy research reflected in gedcom sent to A. D. Smith, Recipient: A. D. Smith, Author Address: Midway, GA, Recipient Address: Greenwood, SC (Oct 2005)
Title: 1850 Census, Hart Co., KY
Page: Household 929 of James M. and Elizabeth Bowling
Title: Bolling Family Researcher
Page: Mildred Routt, 1983 Family Group Sheet sent to Nancie Carrigan.
Title: Rock, C. Clayton, Rock, C. Clayton, Working Papers of, Recipient: Kentucky Historical Society, Recipient Address: Frankfort, KY (before 1993)
Page: Working Papers of Genealogical Research by C. Clayton Rock, Kentucky Historical Society, Frankford, KY (copied by Martha L. Holland on 14 Jun 1993)
Note: ombstone in Goodman Family Cemetery, Hart Co., KY shows b 11 Oct 1839 d 28 Mar 1891, wife Ann M. shares stone with John L., she b 18 Apr 1849 d 11 Oct 1925. From: Charlene Ebeling, [email protected]@aol.com 9/5/2006 Annie (Goodman) Bowling, widow of John Lewis Bolling. 1900 > KENTUCKY > HART > 1-DIST Series: T623 Roll: 526 Page: 35 Surname GivenName Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year BOWLING ANNIE MRS 52 F W KY KY HART 1-DIST 1900 BOWLING Mrs Annie Head Apr 1848 52 Wd Ky, Ky, Ky Miss Celia Dau Sept 1875 24 S Ky, Ky, Ky Elliott Son Sept 1878 21 S Ky, Ky, Ky Farmer Willey Son Apr 1881 19 S Ky, Ky, Ky Farmer Lizzie C. Dau May 1884 16 S Ky, Ky, Ky Miss Sarah S/Law Apr 1846 54 S Ky, Ky, VA (From file of Nancie Carrigan Sep 2006) A History of the State, Battle, Perrin & Kniffin, 34d ed., 1885, Hart County, Kentucky. Transcribed by Sandi Gorin, 1998, ancestry.com. JOHN LEWIS BOWLING, a native of Hart County, was born October 11, 1840. His father, James M. Bowling, of Hart County, as born in 1810, and in 1831 married Elizabeth Baumgartner; to them were born nine children, six living: James, Martha (Graham), George, John, Thomas and Gaines. Mrs. Elizabeth Bowling is a daughter of Christopher and Elizabeth Baumgartner, the former of whom died in 1866 and the latter in 1881 - both were of German parentage and natives of Virginia. James M. Bowling was a farmer and stock raiser; he served in the war of 1861 as a member of Company E, Third Battery Kentucky Artillery, and died in Louisville, in 1863, soon after his enlistment. He was a son of Edward Bowling, one of the pioneers of Kentucky. John L. Bowling resided on his father's farm until his marriage. His early school training was limited by the circumstance of his time being fully taken up with farming and caring for stock; later in life, however, he has been a great reader, and his mind is stored with a fund of knowledge theoretical as well as practical. His farm of 122 acres is in good condition, very productive and well improved with dwelling, barns and orchard. He was married on the 4th of March, 1868 to Miss Ann M. Goodman. Six children have been born to them; Maud, Millicent, Celia, Aylett, Wyley and Elizabeth. Mr. Bowling purchased his first tract of land in 1859, and since that time has given all his attention to agriculture and stock raising, with the exception of three years spent in Gvernment service. He was a member of Company D, Second Kentucky Cavalry, in which command he served from October 9, 1861, to November 18, 1865, and was in every battle and skirmish in which his company was engaged, except that of Resaca, GA. Politically Mr. Bowling is a Democrat; he is also a member of Munfordville Lodge of the I.O.O.F.
Note: 1850 Hart Co., KY census H/H 929 of James M. and Elizabeth Bowling, and t
RootsWeb.com is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.