Polly M. Bolling: Birth: 1 MAR 1803.
Susannah Bolling: Birth: 5 JAN 1813.
Title: Probate File
Page: Hart Co., KY Court Order Book A, p11 (1819?)
Title: 1860 Census, Hart Co., KY
Page: Hardin Co., KY
Title: 1860 Census, Hart Co., KY
Page: 1810 census Elizabethtown, Hardin Co., KY for Jonathan Bowling
Note: olling family. Personal Property tax lists for Orange County, VA, Film #1870188, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, researched Feb 2005 by Yvonne Norton. 1784 Persons Names John Bowlan (or Bowlen), Wm. Bowlan (or Bowlen), Jn.o Bowlan (or Bowlen) (Note: the three names above are all on the same line) The left hand edge of the paper is torn on the second line, but I can see three letters and an apostrophe: am'l, Jonathan Bowlin Taxable persons: 1 free male, 0 slaves, 4 horses, 11 meat cattle, 4 tithables [this shows that Wm., Jn.o. [Jr.], and Jonathan are 16-21] 1785 Persons names John Bowling, Wm. Bowling (first line) Jona. Bowling, Sam'l Bowling (second line) Mourning, Joseph (third line) [apparently namesof the 2 slaves] Taxable Persons: 1 free male, 2 slaves, 4 horses, 15 cattle, 5 tithables [John, Jr. is not on this list] 1788. Orange Co., VA Tax lists: John Bolling [Sr.] 5 tithable males, 6 horses [John, Jr. & Tithable sons 21 are Jonathan, William, Samuel; other 1 must be slave) 17 Nov 1790: Jonathan Bolling married Susannah Wood, in Albemarle Co., VA. Albemarle Co., VA Marriage Bonds 1780-1805, LDS Film 0030271, Item 2. 4 Mar 1796, recorded Apr Court, 1796. Albemarle-VA Deed Bk 12, p65-66. George Berry and wife Sally (Clack d/o Moses Clack) of Albemarle-VA sold for 90 pounds 96 acres on the waters of Micham’s River bordering the lands of Robt. Field, Sam’l Wood, deceased, the road leading to Charlottesville and the side of Whitesides Creek. Wit: Marshall Durrett, Jonathan Bol??n, Jesse Wood, Sen. Both grantors signed by mark. (abstracted by Dorothy Rutherford 1991) [Charlene Ebeling, descendant of Jonathan Bolling who married Susannah Wood in 1790 in Albemarle Co., VA. Charlene said that Susannah has a sister Elizabeth who married John Clack. George Berry’s wife Sarah was a Clack and sister of John Clack, both children of Moses Clack. Their mother, Susannah Clack, also moved to KY, see below.] 25 Mar 1796, Albemarle Co., VA Deed Book 2, p127-128. recorded Sep Ct. 1796. Isaac Oaks and wife Lucy [Wisdom] sold to George Berry, all of Albemarle-VA, for 90 pounds, 250 acres on both sides “of the pounding branch” [near Mechum’s R.] bordering the land of Mathe Mills (Millers?). Wits: John Halderman, Jonathan Bolens (?), John Petty. Both grantors signed by mark. (abstract by Dorothy Rutherford 1991) [This must be Jonathan Bolling son of John of Orange Co., VA. Jonathan in 1790 Albemarle-VA married Susannah Wood. The Berry family and Isaac Oaks are from Orange-VA. Deed Book 13, p36-37, 2 Feb 1799, shows that Henry Oaks and Benjamin Martin and John Martin lived on Mitchum’s River. Deed Book 14, p237, 29 Oct 1802, William J. Wood as Attorney-in-Fact for George Berry of Barren Co., KY, sold Berry’s interest in 131 acres of land formerly belonging to Moses Clack, deceased, etc. The 131 acres lies on the waters of Mitchum’s River, adj. Sam’l Woods, deceased, Wm. Wood Junr, and Jichomas(?) Yancey. Also, Susannah Clack, mother-in-law of George Berry, gave a POA in 1799, indicating that she was moving to KY.] Amherst Co., VA Deed Book H, p450. 15 Oct 1798. Theodorick Webb & wife Christy, Cuthbert Webb & wife Milly, Adrian Webb & wife Lucy, Jno. Webb, Jas. Webb, Adam Hillam and wife caney, Thos. Hillam & wife Mary, Isham Jarrell & wife Lucy, Jno. Harter & wife Sally, Jacob Webb & wife Betty, Franklin Co., and Wm. Tulley & wife Hannah, Albemarle, to JAMES WOOD, Amherst Co., for 100L, 533 acres in 3 tracts. 1) Granted before Revolution to Wm. Bruise and Pat. At Williamsburg 25 Sep 1762, branches S. fork Rockfish. Lines: Henry Keys. 2) Pat. To Theodorick Webb at same plac;e, 27 Aug 1776. 1 has 150 acres, 2 has 154 acres. 3) Pat. To Cuthbert Webb at same place, 5 Jul 1774, 299 acres. Wit: Moses Green, Thos. Thompson, Jno. Vanterspole(?). Monday, 5 Nov 1798, at Franklin Co. and proved “by 1 Witness” as to Lucy Jarrell. Rec. Amherst Co. 21 Jan 1799 (REV. BAILEY FULTON DAVIS: DEEDS OF AMHERST CO., VA 1761-1807 AND ALBEMARLE CO., VA 1748-1763 , p341) Amherst Co., VA Deed Book H, p462. 20 Nov 1798. Ro. Holloway & wife Sarah, Amherst Co., to Jonathan Bolling, Albemarle Co., for 205L, 110 acres bought by RH of Jno. Dillard. Lines: Jno. Dillard, Jas. Waters, S side bank of Long Branch, Jas. Dillard, Jesse Mays. Wit: Jas. Dillard, H. M. Garland, Rich. Wilson, Henry Stoneham. (REV. BAILEY FULTON DAVIS: DEEDS OF AMHERST CO., VA 1761-1807 AND ALBEMARLE CO., VA 1748-1763 , p341) Amherst Co., VA, Deed Book I, p194. 15 Dec 1800. Jas. Mays & wife Isabella to Jas. Dillard, for blank sum, 100 acres N. branches Tye River. Lines: Jas. Edmonds, Jno. Thompson, Jas. Dillard, Jonathan Bolling, Jesse & Moses Mays. Part of 200 acres. (REV. BAILEY FULTON DAVIS: DEEDS OF AMHERST CO., VA 1761-1807 AND ALBEMARLE CO., VA 1748-1763 , p366) Amherst Co., Va Deed Book K, p482. 15 Sep 1806. Jonathan Bolling of Amherst Co., VA and his wife Susannah, to Jno. Dillard of Amherst Co., for 300L, 110 acres, part where JD lives. Lines: grantee [Jonathan Bolling], Jas. Walters, S side Long Branch, Jesse Mays, Jas. Dillard. Wit: Wm. B. Hare, Henry F. Carter. (REV. BAILEY FULTON DAVIS: DEEDS OF AMHERST CO., VA 1761-1807 AND ALBEMARLE CO., VA 1748-1763 , p449) Will Book A 1819-1850 [Hart Co., KY] Willbook A, a transcription of the index compiled by Colonel Ben LaBree prior to the courthouse fire in 1928. Page 11, Court Order Book A "The Will and testament of Jonathan Boling, Dec'd was produced into court with Susan Boling Executrix and John Boling Executor and proven by the oath of Adrin Combs and Christian Bumgardner..." Wm Boling additional executor when of age. Wm Brown, Christian Bumgardner, Ransom Amos w/ Executors give bond ($10,000.00) [Adin Coombs and Christian Bumgardner were in-laws of Jonathan, their daus married to two sons] Hardin Co., KY 1810 Joyce Mccook 10/20/2005: I found the 1810 census for Elizabethtown, Hardin County, KY. U. S. 1810 census, Roll 6, p.287, Ancestry.com Image 307. It is listed as Jon (athon) Bolin. All the info fits with the family. It has the following: 2 free white males under 10 (probably George Washington and James Madison if born 1810 not 1811) 1 free white male 10 thru 15 (probably William Wood) 1 free white male 16 thru 25 (probably John) 1 free white male 26 thru 44 (probably Jonathon himself) 1 free white female under 10 (probably Polly M) 1 free white female 10 thru 15 (probably Elizabeth) 1 free white female 16 thru 25 (probably either Rhoda or Peggy, more than likely Rhoda since she is the one we defintely know of) 1 free white female 26 thru 44 (probably Susannah herself) ************ “Kentucky Kinfolks”. Genealogy from The Louisville Herald-Post-1930’s, Edited by J. Emerson Miller. Kentucky Explorer, Volume 15, Number 3, August 2000, by permission. Barren County. Jonathan Bolling was born in Virginia, May 22, 1767. He was married in Albemarle County, Virginia, on November 17, 1790, to Susannah Wood, born Novembr 10, 1766. She was the daughter of John and Eleanor Wood of Albemarle. Jonathan and Susannah Wood Bolling had issue: John Bolling, born January 30, 1792; Rhoda Bolling, born January 15, 1794; Betsy Bolling, born March 30, 17967; William Bolling, born February 10, 1799; Polly M. Bolling, born March 1, 1803; George W. Bolling, born April 25, 1807; James M. Bolling, born October 12, 1811; and Susannah Bolling, born January 5, 1813. Jonathan Bolling came to Kentucky from Albemarle County, Virginia, and settled in Barren County. Elizabeth Wood, sister of Susannah, married John Clack of Albemarle. Moses Clack, also of Albemarle, married Mary Dedman. Marriage Record: Bowling, Jonathan Spouse: Susanna Wood Marriage Date: Nov 7, 1790 [or 17?] Location: Albemarle Co., Virginia Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT Microfilm: 0030271
Note: The surname is spelled Bowling frequently in records of this Jonathan B
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