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1. Title:   Hazael Taylor ([email protected]@swbell.net)
2. Title:   Poole, Joyce P.

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a. Note:   This is William Bolling of the Group 7 DNA family. Rev. Soldier, 2nd Va. Regt. Feb. 7, 1777, Capt. Dudley's Company; died by July 11, 1779 (Orange County, VA. Min. Book 3, page 116); another record states 2nd VA Regt. Capt. Peter Bernard's Co., sick at Valley Forge Aug. 4, 1778, died Aug. 20, 1778 in service; Peachy Bledsoe Sgt. in same Co. (Bledsoes were neighbors and intermarried). 30 Oct 1777. Orange-VA. Legislative Petition Req. C8252, Oct 30 1777. To the Honourable, the Assembly of Virginia The Petition of Ann Boling Humbly Showeth 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 Service--- Your Petitioner being in low circumstances and has suffered Prays So Relief, and your Petitioner Shall Pray etc. On the other side of this petition: Orange County: John Boling and Joseph Bell made oath before me this day that, (transmittal by Alice Broaddus, in letter file 7/93) [Joseph Bell was brother-in-law of John Bolling, Joseph was son of Roger Bell and brother of Ursula Bell] (ends here but see next from Charlene Reed-Eberling 3/2007) 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 Orange County Minute Book 3, page 116: At a court held March 27, 1792 John Bolling made it appear to the Court that he is heir at law to William Bolling, his brother, who enlisted as soldier in the 2nd Virginia Regiment on Feb. 7, 1777 in the company commanded by Capt. Dudley and that William Bolling died in the month of July or August 1778 while in the service, which was proved by Peachy Bledsoe, who was a Sgt. in said Regiment. Ordered to be recorded. Another William Bolling, s/o James Bolling of Pittsylvania County, VA was at Valley Forge in 1778. He died March 11, 1778. His brother was also John Bolling, but that John Bolling was of of Pittsylvania Co., GA and he was married to Rebecca Rae. Her sister Elizabeth Rae married Thomas Cooper and Elizabeth Cooper came into court in support of John Bolling in his case for his brother William Bolling in Henry Co., VA. That is Group 5 DNA Bolling family. Here are the William Bowlings that Gwathmey lists: Bolden, William (Bowling) 2 Va. State Reg. Boldin, William (Bowden) 2 Va. State Reg. Bolding, William (Bowling) 2 Va. State Reg. Boling, William, of Orange, E. [William, son of William and Ann] Bollen, William (Bowling) 14 CL Bolling, William (Bowling) 2 Va. State Reg. Bowling, William, 2 Va. State Reg., also 14 CL Bowling, William, 75, Fairfield Co., O., mpl. [Group 6 DNA]


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