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Marriage: Children:
  1. John Bolling: Birth: ABT 1736 in VA (probably Orange Co.). Death: ABT 1811 in Clarke County, GA.

  2. Samuel Bolling: Birth: ABT 1744 in Orange County, VA. Death: BET 9 MAY 1808 AND 5 SEP 1808 in Laurens District, SC

  3. William Bolling: Birth: BET 1736 AND 1744. Death: 20 AUG 1778 in Valley Forge, PA

  4. Jesse Bolling: Birth: BET 1736 AND 1744 in Prob. Orange Co., VA. Death: ABT 1776 in At home in Orange County, VA

  5. Thornberry Bolling: Birth: BET 1736 AND 1744 in Orange Co., VA. Death: AFT 1800

  6. Sarah Bolling: Death: AFT 1790

a. Note:   y William H.B. Thomas Orange County Bicentennial Commission, 1976 pg. 111 To the Honourable the Assembly of Virginia The Petition of Ann Boling humbly sheweth that she had three sons in the Minute and Regular Service in which service they all became sick, two of them about five months, the other about three weeks and died at her house. The two which recovered is now in the Regular Serice. Your petitioner being in low circumstances and has suffered with nursing and paying docters more then she can well bare prays some relief and your petitioner shall pray &c Orange County, John Boling & Joseph Bell made oath before me this day that Thornsberry Boling in the Regular Service, William & Jesse Boling in the Minute Service all came to their mother, Ann Boling some time as near as they can recollect October 1776 Jesse Boling lived about three weeks and died. The other two was very unwell all the winter and to both their knowledge was very troublesome and expensive to the mother who is a Poor Woman. Certified under my hand this 17 Oct 1777. Rowland Thomas [Docketed, October 30, 1777; referred to Committe on Public Claims; noted as "reasonable," with an allowance apparently being made to the petitioner.] Will dated 1790 in Orange County, VA. as Bollin; Ann's will names son Thornberry & daughter Sara, both of whom apparently had no heirs at that time; according to Joyce Poole they may have lived with and cared for their mother. Garton was one of the witnesses. Orange County Will Abstracts 1778-1821 p. 30 (pp. 216-217) Will of Ann Bollin. .. To my son, Thornberry Bollin and my daughter, Sarah Bollin .. Appoint my son, Thornberry Bollin, executor .. This 20th day of February 1790. In the presence of Ann Bollin (signed - her mark) Anthony Garton, Reuben Garton At a court held Monday 28th June 1790 .. Presented.. Thomas Bell, security .. Bond in the penalty of one hundred pounds. Ann Bolling is on the tax list of 1793 Orange County, VA owning a black above 16 years old. This may be the estate of the widow of William Bolling, with return being filed in her name by her executor. Anne's surname is unknown. Possibilities are Thornberry, Taylor, Coleman, Sims.
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