June 7, 1943 - September 10, 2016 On September 10, 2016, Harold Clay Boling was called to the Lord at the age of 73 while surrounded by his loving family. He now joins his beautiful life-long love and wife of 47 years Sharon Marie Boling in heaven. Harold was born in Rockford, Tennessee on June 7, 1943 and married his high school sweetheart Sharon on November 28, 1963. Together they raised a family and eventually built a family business in San Antonio where they worked together for many years. Harold was a quiet man, observant, and gentle. He was dedicated to his family and the family business. He was a loving father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend with endless patience and humor. Harold provided the most critical care and needs for his beloved wife Sharon during her extended battle with cancer. Night and day he was by her side to help and support her and most importantly, love her. Through this, he persisted and never showed fatigue or loss of hope. With her head in his arms, Sharon passed away on April 2, 2011. Even after Sharon's passing, Harold continued to guide and support his children and grandchildren. He brought love and light to all. He will be dearly missed by all the lives he touched. Harold is survived by his son: Keith Boling with his wife Belinda Boling; son: Brian Boling and his wife Clara Boling; Daughter: Heather Johnson and her husband Brent Johnson; Brother: Gary Boling and his wife Selenne; Sister Norma Zwolinski and her family; sister Anna Jane and her family; his beloved grandchildren Jennifer, Connor, Nicholas, Lucas, Sophia, and Liam. SERVICES: Funeral Mass offered 10:00 A.M, Friday, September 23rd at Prince of Peace Catholic Church, 7893 N Grissom Rd, San Antonio, TX 78251.
Luke Bolin Sr., 80 of Piqua died at 6:30 a.m. Monday, September 26, 2016 in Sidney. He was born October 13, 1935 in West Liberty, Kentucky to the late John Ed and Girtie (Howard) Bolin. He married Dorothy McReynolds July 30, 1955 in Troy, and she survives. Other survivors include a daughter: Sheila Allen of Piqua; Two sons: Luke (Cathy) Bolin Jr. of Piqua, Gary (Rebecca) Bolin of Sidney; six grandchildren; several great grandchildren; Four siblings: James Bolin of West Liberty, Kentucky, Buford Bolin of Piqua, Mandy Smith of Tennessee, and Homer Bolin of Lexington, Kentucky. He was preceded in death by a sister. Mr. Bolin attended Edison State Community College, and, retired as a Master Machinist from Hartzell Propeller in 1986. As an avid tinkerer, he enjoyed working on his income rental properties. He loved his family, and avid as watching baseball and football. A service to honor his life began at 10:00 a.m. September 29, 2016 at the Jamieson & Yannucci Funeral Home with Hospice Chaplain Edward Ellis officiating. Burial followed at Forest Hill Cemetery. Visitation held from 5-7 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to one's favorite charity or Ohio's Hospice, P. O. Box 502, Troy, OH 45373. Guestbook condolences and expressions of sympathy, to be provided to the family, may be expressed through jamiesonandyannucci.com. http://www.jamiesonandyannucci.com/obituary/LUKE-BOLIN-SR./Piqua-OH/1657346
OBITUARY: Mr. Dale Boling, age 100, an amazing husband, Dad, Grandpa, Pa and friend to many, passed away September 14,2016, with is family by his side. His smile warmed many hearts and brightened many lives. Dale was born in Rittman, Ohio on June 26, 1916 to Harley and Clara Boling. He graduated from Rittman High School and went on to business school. Dale's strong work ethic took him to different jobs retiring from BF Goodrich after 38 years and then working another 25 for a local grocer. Dale served in the US Army and was a World War II veteran, stationed in North Africa and Italy. Dale loved his children and grandchildren and enjoyed spending time with them. Christmas was a favorite time of year for him. He loved decorating the outdoors and took great pride in his lighting displays and gift wrapping skills. He had a passion for golf and was fortunate to golf until he was 95. He golfed in many leagues, his final one being at Ridge Top Golf Course. He was also an avid Indians and Browns fan. The last few years have brought struggles with his health, and especially the loss of his wife Louise, after 72 years of marriage. Through it all Dale never complained and had an ever-ready smile. He' earned his names "iron man," "superman," and "saintly." He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church for over 70 years, faithfully attending, and sitting in the front pew. Dale was preceded in death by his in-laws, Joseph and Lea Pape, his parents, Harley and Clara Boling, his wife Louise, along with many aunts and uncles. He will be truly missed by his children, Denny (Patti) Boling of Portugal, Jan (Lowell) Knight of Wadsworth, and Beth (Mike) Scott of Akron; his grandchildren, Aaron (Jessie) Boling of Canal Fulton, Eric Knight of Philadelphia, Sarah Knight of Alliance, Ethan, Rachel and Olivia Scott of Akron; great-grandchildren, Piper and Gigi Boling of Canal Fulton; many friends and neighbors at Coal Ridge and the Wadsworth Senior Center. The family is thankful for everyone who helped Dale celebrate his 100th birthday in 2016. The family received friends at the Hilliard-Rospert Funeral Home, 174 N. Lyman St., Wadsworth, OHIO. Rosary recited at 7 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 272 Broad St., Wadsworth. Interment will be in: Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Sacred Heart Catholic Church or the American Diabetes Association . Hilliard-Rospert (330-334-1501)
OBIT: Dr. Edward Boling of Knoxville, TN Dr. Edward J. Boling, passed away peacefully at his home in east Knoxville on Thursday morning, June 18, 2015. Ed Boling was born on Sunday, February 19, 1922, in Sevier County. He was the third child of Samuel Riley and Nerissa Boling, with older brother Sam and sister Lythia, who all preceded the deceased in death. Ed is survived by his wife of 65 years, Carolyn Pierce Boling; Sons: Mark, Brian, and Steve; Daughters-in-laws: Anita, Casey, and Gayla; Grandchildren Jessica, Morgan, Michael, Brennan, Conor, and Katherine; Great granddaughter Eliana; Plus many wonderful friends, including his lifelong friend, Charlie Brakebill. The family received visitors at the James R. Cox Auditorium at 1408 Middle Drive (in the Alumni Memorial Building) 3:30 and 5:45 p.m. on Tuesday, June 23. The visitation period followed by a service beginning at 6:00 p.m. Personal Memorials may be sent to: The University of Tennessee Medical Center (UTMC), Development Office, 2121 Medical Center Way, Suite 110, Knoxville, TN 37920-3257. To donate online, visit _www.utmedicalcenter.org_ (http://www.utmedicalcenter.org) and click on the "Ways to Give" tab. The family extends our respect and gratitude to Dr. Jack Lacey and the team of physicians and nurses at UT hospital who surely improved his quality of life and extended his time with the family by many years. Thanks to the many Professional Case Management nurses for their tireless support of Ed and the family as we dealt with his health challenges. Special thanks to caregiver Rachel Keene for years of faithful, loving service. "If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." Edward J. Boling was a leader who always wanted and chose to go far. In his marriage, his family, the U.S. Army, serving the state of Tennessee, building and developing the University of Tennessee, and thus his life, he always gathered wonderful and talented people and led us all to be far more than seemed possible. The world needs more like him. He will be sorely missed. Services are under the direction of Rose Mortuary Mann Heritage Chapel 6200 Kingston Pike. Visit _www.rosemorutary.com_ (http://www.rosemorutary.com) to view the online guest book. Funeral Home: Rose Mortuary Mann Heritage Chapel 6200 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37919, (865) 588-8578
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OBIT: Robert Lee Bolin Jr. (October 25, 1938 - May 13, 2015) Robert L. "Bob" Bolin, Jr., 76, of Arlington, VA, passed away peacefully on May 13, 2015. He is predeceased by his wife Gayle Bolin. Survived by his daughter: Heather L. Amos, son-in-law John D. Amos, and Grandchildren Tyler and Katrina Amos. A memorial service held at Pender United Methodist Church, Fairfax, on Sunday May 17, 2015 at 2PM. In lieu of flowers please donate to the American Cancer Society . Murphy Funeral Homes 4510 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22203
**BENJAMIN BOLLING I **Benjamin Bolling, born 20 Jun 1734 Petersburg,Henrico Co VA -d. 1832 Flat Gap, VA. (Am Rev - NC) md 1st wife, on 20 June 1753, Albermarle Co VA, Patsy PHELPS b. 8 March 1737 VA - died 1767 Rowan Co NC. Town of Petersburg is South of the (Fluvanna) James River, and Henrico Co was a huge land area, that became divided over & over until its present size. Powhatan Co, Fluvanna Co, Chesterfield Co, were all carved from Henrico County after 1727. Goochland came in 1728 and was divided quickly into Cumberland Co,VA, which in 1777 was divided into Powhatan County. Later Petersburg became inside the new formed Dinwidde County. 1st wife of Benjamin 1734-1832 was Patsy Phelps b. 8 March 1737 VA - died 1767 Rowan Co NC. BENJAMIN 1734 remarried to 2nd wife, in late 1768, Charity Larrimore. Then moving with children into Randolph County, NC in the Hillsborough District before 1790 and living there in 1790 he again moved after 1795, into lands of Tennessee until year 1809. Thereafter in rather old age because of his children he returned to his old lands in newly created Wise County,Virginia. Benjamin 1734 and Charity, settled at the Head of the Pound River and named his home 'Flat Gap", with his younger son Jeremiah and wife Sally Ward, together as family settled forever in Wise Co, Virginia on their Flat Gap land. Benjamin is buried in his Flat Gap Cem., Wise Co, Virginia. Buried by his son "Jeremiah", who also lies nearby. Charity Larrimore Bolling is buried beside Benjamin 1734-1832, as is buried another infant boy named "Wesley". His "modern" installed monument is inscribed - with noticed ERROR indicated as follows: BENJAMIN 1734-1832 FIRST SETTLER IN AREA = Flat Gap Area BORN WILKES COUNTY, N. C. = error = Born Petersburg, Henrico Co. VA SON OF MAJOR JOHN BOLLING AND ELIZABETH BLAIR = error = Birth Mother is Elizabeth Lewis Bolling WED FIRST TO PATSY PHELPS AND THEN TO CHARITY LARRIMORE BOLLING >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> CONCLUSION: *The modern monument above with inscription of Eliz. BLAIR as mother is in ERROR twice: 1st : Benjamin I (1734) was born on 20 June in Petersburg, Henrico Co,VA 2nd: Benjamin was son of (Elizabeth Lewis -1st wife of (Maj.)John Bolling Jr.) and Benjamin was a twin to his sister "Dorthea Bolling 1734 born Petersburg,Henrico Co,VA" daughter of Elizabeth Lewis Bolling. AUTHOR’s - GENEALOGICAL NOTATION: There is a "book" published which disputes that Rev. Jesse Bowling 1758VA-1841KY was a son of (Major) John Bolling 1700-1768 VA, and that same "Book" makes claims in its publication that disputes that BENJAMIN 1734VA-1832VA is a son of "(Major) John Bolling Jr.1700VA-1768VA", all those claims based upon the writer’s interpretation version of a "will" recorded in Richmond,VA. Another source for that same error claimed is the statement of denial by Robert Bolling 1738-1775, of living children. The "Major" did not name all his children in that "will". It was families custom NOT to name all children as a matter of Colonial law. When many children had grown and left the home, had families, prospered during the 1700's, many men made "wills" years before their individual deaths, but in this matter Benjamin 1734 and 1st wife or 2nd wife did NOT have a child named Jesse Bolling 1758VA who was only 10 years old when (Major) John Bolling died 1768. There was a Jessee named in the 1790 census where BENJAMIN 1734 relative Benjamin II lived. Others claim in their writings that Jesse 1758VA was only several months old, as their claims are (Major)John died in year 1758, not year 1768. Again no actual proof. The known researched facts dispute these other book claims. Surnames: BOLIN/BOLEN/BOLIN/BOLLING/BOWING confuse many researchers - DNA settles most confusion! Let us see about Rev. Jesse Bolin born 1758 VA - it was he who came to spell his surname as BOWLING which carried to present day among descents. Among other claims of denial of Benjamin 1734-1832 we find still others who failed to research that in 1793 REV. JESSE 1758 VA family: Son #1 - John E. Bowlin 1777 were living as a household in Morgan District, Wilkes County lands of, North Carolina. Benjamin Bolling 1734-1832 in 1790 was living in Hillsborough District, RANDOLPH County, NC. This 1790 Federal Census NEVER indicated that Rev. Jesse 1758VA is a son of Benjamin 1734-1832, only indicated that they both maintained separate households in North Carolina, and that another male person named Jessee lived also in 1790 in Randolph Co, North Carolina, before Benjamin 1734 moved to TN. JESSE BOLIN / BOLING / BOWLING 1758VA-1841KY Thereafter in 1795, Jesse 1758VA had become the Pastor of the Stoney Creek Church at Fort Blackmore in Lee County, Virginia. Jesse had in 1784 married his 2nd wife Mary Pennington 1765NC-1843KY and had total of (5) five children by 1793 and a sixth in 1794. His 7th , 8th , 9th, 10th, 11th children came in Lee County, Virginia . Then his 12th George was born in 1810 in Clay Co, KY (now land of Perry County, KY since 1820). Some published researchers did claim the Rev.War records of Jesse claimed his parent father was named in the records as Benjamin 1734-1832VA. This is NOT fact.....only more fiction. His parents were not named in those records. BENJAMIN 1734-1832 lost his 1st wife Patsy Phelps in year 1767 when she died after giving full birth to daughter Elizabeth while living in Rowan County, North Carolina. He then remarried in year 1768 his 2nd wife Charity Larrimore and they lived in Randolph County, North Carolina. By year 1796 Benjamin had moved back into Rowan County, VA. In 1801 Benjamin was living in Anderson County, TN. Researchers should make note of "Legal" practice of that era, which was under "English Law" and were only required to name the "first born son" in a family, unless that son was to be disinherited. Parent (Major) John Bolling 1700VA is known to have fathered 26 siblings of which 22 are known to have lived. He liked women ! (Major) John Bolling 1700VA a "House of Burgess" member, as was his parent Dad - (Col.) John Bolling 1676 & Mary Kennon 1676. There is no written surviving document or any written surviving church evidence of any alleged early year 1728 marriage of (Major) John Bolling 1700 and Elizabeth Blair, whom was born 1709 or 1712 VA, or any documented proof that their actual marriage occurred before 1 August 1757. There is credible evidence he married #1 Elizabeth Lewis in 1726 and had her children 1727. (Major) John Bolling 1700VA, is the only SON of (Col.) John Bolling 1676 & Mary Kennon 1676: Elizabeth Lewis was the 1st wife in June or July 1726 and there were members of "The House of Burgess" whom attended both weddings. The month has been historical distorted through the following years as : May, June, July, and August 1726. Fiction has claimed a 2nd marriage in 1728 by many because of LEGEND conversations passed down. Wife #2 : Elizabeth Blair is a daughter of Dr. Archibald Blair and #2 wife Sarah Archer-Fowler a widow. Dr. Blair whom himself has 22 documented children (3)wives. Elizabeth Blair is first born daughter of 2nd wife Sarah Archer Blair. Some credible evidence is available that Elizabeth Blair married 1 August 1757 in Henrico County, Virginia, (Major) John Bolling 1700VA ,and that her 1st born child in the marriage was Jesse Bolling 22 May 1758, at Hillsboro, Orange Co, VA Other evidence indicates maybe that James Bolling 1756 or 1757 was borne by Elizabeth Blair, and on FALSE claims birth on a theory that James born out-of-wedlock to (Major) John Bolling 1700 to dispute his lineage claims. DNA of descents again settles most theory. Some family BOLLING family bibles and documents do indicate birth of BENJAMIN on 20 June 1734 Henrico County, VA - d. 1832 Flat Gap, Wise County, VA as a twin to DORTHEA 20 June 1734 VA, and both were children of Elizabeth Lewis BOLLING who was born 1700 or 1702 VA. as the first born daughter of (Col.) John Lewis & Elizabeth Warner of Colonial Virginia. Elizabeth Lewis married (Major) John Bolling in year 1726 as 1st wife, as the wedding was attended by members of the House of Burgess of Virginia. There is no evidence of a wedding in 1728, nor any divorce, nor of any death of wife Elizabeth Lewis Bolling before year 1756 VA, nor any 2nd wedding of (Major) John Bolling until 1 August 1757 in Henrico Co,VA to his 2nd wife Elizabeth Blair. They lived their married life primarily in the old Henrico Co. lands & thereafter Elizabeth Blair Bolling died in Chesterfield Co. Published books and submittals to organizations about the birth of children of (Major) John Bolling 1700-1768 are cloned from his written "will" and first published in 1886 over 118 years after his death in 1768.. Others have cloned their manuscripts from a memoir by his blood son Robert Bolling 1738-1775 who concluded the names of surviving children "he believed were alive" before he died in 1775. He failed - reasons unknown - to name his older brother Benjamin 1734 then still alive and living in North Carolina. No research has proven the dates of any alleged divorce or death of Elizabeth LEWIS BOLLING who was born 1700 or 1702 in VA. Fiction abounds in USA genealogy. Univ. of William and Mary College and Virginia Historical Society have collected much of the Bolin/Bolling lists that are tainted documentary data relied upon by many new researchers in the United States of America. Some of this tainted data has even been published by "The Volta Bureau for the Deaf" in Washington, DC collected after year 1899 & 1900. *** ADDITIONAL AUTHOR C O M M E N T A R Y *** The "BOWLING/BOLLING" Association in America has used some disputed data to promote the non-factual myth of Genealogy of descents of the siblings of (Major) John Bolling born 1700 VA whom actually died 1768 Hillsboro,Orange Co, VA. His wife died Chesterfield Co,VA 1775. That Honorable genealogy Association does ask for input from its members. It informs its members by a newsletter. It also promotes the DNA testing of all Bolen/Bolin/Bolling/Bowling descents or claimed ancestors starting with Immigrant ROBERT BOLING from England. In Genealogy there will always be those people who refuse to accept and those who deny existence of real born people of the early 1600’s thru the 1700 ’s and into the 1800’s, because of no surviving documented or written government issued, or written surviving Church records of Colonial days in 16th and 17th century United States Of America. 18th century has same problems in many early years and unsettled areas! In the Christian Bible’s - those people are referred to as "doubting Thomas". Thank goodness these people are the minority of everyday citizens. Others, very capable researchers do find names of Bolen/Bolin/Bolling/Bowling in various locations of the 1800’s recorded in their old ages, but some may fail to follow-up on research of who those blood parents were, and then just assume the same surname is the person they seek. We are all just mortal human beings! =================================================================== FACT: BENJAMIN BOLLING 1734VA-1832VA, never lived in KENTUCKY. It’s doubtful he ever visited Kentucky lands other than in passing to Tennessee. Deeds and Tax lists are from his blood children who owned land in Kentucky, formerly known as VIRGINIA. CHILDREN of BENJAMIN BOLLING 1734VA-1832VA & his GRAND CHILDREN did live in KENTUCKY. These Bolling children and Grandchildren whom some had moved up from Tennessee lands. Benjamin Bolling 1734-1832 blood line Descents are known to exist all over the USA. See DNA tests. The Known data of descents are published online in the computer age. Continued research is required by you. BENJAMIN BOLLING 1734VA-1832VA Children of Benjamin Bolling 1734 Petersburg, Dinwiddie County, VA -died 1832 Flat Gap, VA: A. Benjamin Bolling, Jr. 1754VA -1819Russell County, KY md in 1775, in Spottsylvania Co, VA, Sarah Tilitha/Tabby Hancock c1759PA-1805 Randolph Co,VA B. John Bolling 1755VA - He was in Montgomery Co, VA in 1790 - later he went to East TN , into Anderson Co & Grainger Co, with brother William. C. Barnett Bolling I - b.1757VA - TWIN of William - No proved data researched as of year 1997- Barnett believed to have died at Flat Gap home. D. William Bolling b. 1757VA (Am. Rev.War Vet - in NC) md Sarah ‘Sally’ Fugate c1760VA, d/o "Castlewood" John Fugate. (They had a very large family & are listed later.) * William 1757 is TWIN of Barnett. **See Separate Chapter / booklet for William. E. Robert Bolling 1758VA (Randolph Co.) F. Hannah Bolling 1763VA (Randolph Co.) md Soloman Osborn b. Dec.1765, Dungannon,Scott Co.,VA -d.1851 KY (Osborn & Osborne spellings in this family exist) G. Elizabeth Bolling 1767NC(Rowan Co.) -1819 Cooper Co., MO md Brittain ‘ Britton’ Williams Jr. ‘Britton’ who died after 1842 in Cooper Co, MO ====================================================================== Mr. Jessee Bolling - (UNPROVEN as blood Child of Benjamin 1734, but lived in 1790 Randolph Co, NC, near Benjamin Bolling II - at 1790 census.) BENJAMIN BOLLING 1734VA-1832VA NOTE: Wife # 1 - Patsy Phelps DIED after giving birth to daughter Elizabeth 1767 Rowan Co, NC (land later divided to Randolph Co. and Benjamin Bolling 1734 then he md #2 wife in late 1768, Ms. Charity Larrimore ** Children of Benjamin Bolling(1734) and 2nd wife, Charity Larrimore Bolling: Children: I. Delaney Bolling 1768VA Randolph Co) lived Rutherford Co,NC, Barren Co. KY, Cooper Co., MO, Platte Co., MO. Delaney 1768NC-1853MO went from Rutherford Co, NC to St. Charles Co., Missouri in 1810 then he went into Howard County in 1811 which was divided into Cooper Co, MO - UNmarried when he entered Missouri lands. J. Levi Bolling 1770NC - from 1799 he had located in Hawkins Co, TN by 1830 (formerly this large TN land was Green Co, TN) K. Charity Bolling 1772 L. Justice Bolling 1774 M. Baxter Bolling 1776 N. Barnett Bolling II - 1778 O. Jeremiah Bolling 1782 VA-1852 VA md Sally Ward c1783-184? (Jeremiah born in Randolph Co,VA) (Jeremiah last settled in Wise Co, VA near his father Benjamin 1734 & died 1832 Flat Gap, VA ) (Jeremiah buried his father at Flat gap) (Jeremiah now lies nearby) P. ISAAC BOLLING 1786 VA md a ? BAKER 1788 VA (See Capt. John Rentie Baker descents in Kentucky) In year 1809 or 1810 Benjamin 1734 in old age decided to return to Virginia from Tennessee with wife Charity Larrimore. Leaving Anderson County, TN, he resettled on land he named Flat Gap in Wise Co, VA., located near present day Esserville,VA. His son Jeremiah b.1782 helped Benjamin to build the first Watermill to grind corn on the site before death 1832. Jeremiah buried his father & mother, then in 1852 was himself buried near them. Before 1809 Randolph Co,VA had been divided to become Wise Co. that contained land owned by Benjamin Bolling 1734-1832VA whereas he named his land Flat Gap, Virginia. It was a very remote site in 1809. Still hard to find in current USA. ======================= ======================= **BENJAMIN BOLLING Ist, born 30 June 1734 Henrico Co VA - died 1832 Flat Gap, VA. Petersburg of Henrico Co, then became "Dinwidde Co, VA" in 1780’s HIS CHILDREN PROVEN : Do NOT include Rev. Jesse Bowling 1758VA-1841KY Original published claims of proof in 1790 NC census, are FALSE, of those who claimed that he was a son of Benjamin Bolling 1734. Rev. Jesse Bowling 1758VA-1841KY whom married #1 Hettie Polly Green & #2 Mary Pennington and migrated in 1810 to KY from Lee Co,VA to CLAY County, KY lands (now Perry Co., Ky) CHILDREN of BENJAMIN BOLLING 1734VA-1832VA & his GRAND CHILDREN did live in KENTUCKY. These children and Grandchildren moved up from Tennessee lands. Benjamin Bolling 1734-1832 blood line Descents are known to exist all over the USA. The Known data of descents are published. Continued research is required by you. ========================================================== ========================================================== ****Benjamin Bolling Jr 1754VA-c1819KY *** A. Benjamin Bolling Jr 1754VA-c1819KY md in 1775, in Spottsylvania Co, VA, Sarah Tilitha /Tabby/ Hancock 1759PA -1805 Randolph Co, VA Children: 1. Rev. Benjamin Bolling (III) 1776 Randolph Co, VA -d.1839 Russell Co, KY md Prudence Jane Callicoat 1780VA-1860 KY d/o Wm. Harrison Callicoat died 1824, Russell Co, Ky *Rev. Benjamin (III) 1776 came to then Clay County, KY in year 1807 following the year Clay Co was created from Floyd. *Rev. Benjamin (III) 1776 himself is buried in Russell County, Kentucky on the farm land of his son: John Crittenden Bolin 1819-1879 KY, located on Bernard Ridge near a lane called "Half-Acre Road" Children & Families : a. Isham Bolin 1801 VA md #1 on 29 Sept 1824, Lydia Wilson (KY) md # 2 Julia ? b. John Crittenden Bolin 1819KY (lived Jamestown-Russell Co.,Ky) died 1 July 1879 Jamestown,Ky. He md Ann Elizabeth Forrest (S.C.) They lived in Georgia for several years before KY & in Iowa. Wife Ann Elizabeth Forrest b. 1826 S.C. - d. 18 Nov.1900 Russell Co, Ky * John Crittenden Bolin served as a Capt. in Georgia Volunteers in 1838. * John Crittenden Bolin, served in KY Union Volunteers Army until 1862. * John Crittenden Bolin served as Lt. & a Capt. under Col.Thomas E. Bramlett. (later Bramlett became KY Governor) * John Crittenden Bolin then was elected to KY House of REP from 1863 thru 1865. In 1846, serving in Iowa, John C. Bolin & "Ann Eliza" had a daughter "Maryeta Ann Bolin". ================================================================= Benjamin Bolling Jr 1754VA-c1819KY md in 1775, in Spottsylvania Co, VA, Sarah Tilitha /Tabby/ Hancock 1759PA -1805 Randolph Co, VA Total Children (11) are claimed in genealogy: ================================================================= This Author a blood descent proven down from REV. Jessee Bowling of Kentucky.
OBIT: Gary T. Boling, 74, of Mansfield, Ohio, went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus early Friday morning, October 3, 2014 at home. He passed surrounded by his family and dog Oscar from congestive heart failure. Born August 17, 1940 in Portsmouth, Ohio, he was the son of Gordon and Phyllis (Thomas) Henderson. Gary was a 1959 graduate of Mansfield Senior High and retired from Stone Container Corp. after 42 years of service. A born again Christian, Gary was a private gentleman and a loyal friend. He was a very proud man who was very wise and intelligent. He loved cars and trucks and knew the good from the bad. He is survived by his wife, Laura (Swetlic) Boling; a son, Thomas (Gayleana) Boling; a step son, Mathew Davis; a brother, Lee (Joyce) Boling; a sister, Lucille (Don) Beard; nieces and nephews, Tye Boling, Christopher Boling, Gerard Ward and Wendy (Tye) Christy. He was preceded in death by his parents. Friends may call from 4-7 p.m. Tuesday, October 7, 2014 at the Ontario Home of Wappner Funeral Directors, 100 S. Lexington-Springmill Road, Ontario. Graveside services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, October 8, 2014 at Mansfield Memorial Park conducted by Pastor Mike Wilson. An additional hour of visitation, from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m., will be held at the funeral home prior to the graveside service. Online guest registry at _www.wappner.com_ (http://www.wappner.com) Note: The obit does not show any parents with the surname of Boling, or explain how he got the surname Boling. See his survivors.
----- Forwarded Message ---- From: Jim Barrett <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: ETGS <TX-ETGS@rootsweb.com> Sent: Fri, September 14, 2012 1:29:07 PM Subject: [TX-ETGS] Petition to prevent clossure of the Georgia Archives Currently the Georgia Archives are scheduled to be closed to the public starting November 1, 2012 and will only be open by appointment. I have verified this through several sources. Here is one source http://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/news/2012/09/13/georgia-archives-closing-due-to-budget.html Please take the time to sign this petition. We can’t allow this rich heritage to be removed from the public’s view. Not only will it cause job loss to those caring for the archives, but many genealogists make a living doing family research. It is very important, so take a few minutes and don’t be afraid to share your email and snail mail addr for the petition. https://www.change.org/petitions/the-governor-of-ga-leave-our-state-archives-open-to-the-public?utm_campaign=friend_inviter_modal&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=share_petition&utm_term=5000391 Tiny URL http://tinyurl.com/8ewzy79 I would hope that the Office of the Governor, the Georgia House Budget Chairman, Terry England (email@example.com), and the Georgia Senate Budget Appropriations Committee Chairman, Jack Hill, firstname.lastname@example.org are inundated with a public outcry against this draconian measure. Jim Barrett - Timpson, TX ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to TX-ETGSemail@example.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message
Hello Bolin Researchers! I am working on a DAR app and need to proof that Leatha A. Bolin (1820-1899) was the daughter of Christopher Bolin and Nancy Baker. I see that numerous folks have posted information online naming all the children of Christopher and Nancy, but I have not been able to locate any documentation. There have been several DAR applications accepted, but not through Leatha. Leatha married Absalom Bales Fulford 25 November 1839 in Morgan Co., IN. Any assistance on locating documentation would be greatly appreciated! Karen
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I am trying to help someone with her family tree. She is looking for the real name of John/Lewis ANDREWS/ANDERS, who married Ellen BOLIN in Fayette Co., OH in 1847. Also interested in his ancestral line. They had a child, Calvin Jeremiah ANDREWS/ANDERS, b. in Fayette Co., OH in 1850. Hi died in 1912. John/Lewis ANDREWS/ANDERS was born in Fayette ~ 1825-1828. He died after 1850 and before 1852, when Ellen married a WILLIAMS. Thanks for any help one can give. Regards, Tim Spradling **************Stay connected and tighten your budget with a great mobile device for under $50. Take a Peek! (http://pr.atwola.com/promoclk/100122638x1221845911x1201401556/aol?redir=http://www.getpeek.com/aol)
Hi - My gg-aunt, Laura H. Carsten married Samuel J. Bolin on 12 October 1893 in Christian Co., Missouri.? Samuel was b. July 1864, Franklin Co. Kansas.? to parents Samuel W. & Susannah Landers Bolin.? They had 9 children:? C. Niley H. Bolin, Vernie Jasper Bolin, Nora V. Bolin; Elray/Elroy Bolin, Pleasant "Ples" Bolin, Wilmot Bolin, Ralph Bolin, Earl Bolin and Quinnie Bolin.? Samuel d. 19 April 1918? in Porter Twp., Christian Co., Missouri and is buried in the Glenn Cemetery, Nixa, Christian Co., Missouri. Laura's parents - Frederick William (Frederick Wilhelm Carsten) and Neoma Manus are my gg-grandarents. If anyone has info on this family, would love to hear from you.? I don't have alot on these folks and would love to find more on them. Thanks, ~gina~ ~gina thomas patterson~ please visit my homepage at http://www.burningskyenterprises.com, click on "family album" for family history research. want an update on NAIW? check out our new website at www.southbaynaiw.org -----Original Message----- From: Larry Bolin <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; Mmj1945@aol.com; PRosley@aol.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; ILFRANKL-L@rootsweb.com; email@example.com; Ginaburningsky@aol.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; RAC3577@aol.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; Radiant@wcgnet.us; firstname.lastname@example.org; Romur2@aol.com; email@example.com; LJDGenieNut@aol.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; Ddbolin32@aol.com; email@example.com; FreedmenProject@aol.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; debi0! firstname.lastname@example.org; LizDonLiz@aol.com; RB981644@MSXSEPC.shell.com; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; RDark571@aol.com; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; TONI1B@aol.com; email@example.com; Carp1024@aol.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com Sent: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 6:25 pm Subject: Bolin Family My name is Larry j. Bolin born 1966 from Tallulah, La and my father is Willie Bolin, Sr born 1944 in N.W Louisiana His Father was white and was named Albert Bolin, Sr and his wife was Catherine Wilson unsure where he was born but lived in Roxie, Mississippi. Albert Bolin, Sr had brothers named Leon and Will Bolin and a sister named Elizabeth Bolin Their father's name was William Bolin and his wife was Elizabeth but don't know her maiden name.William Bolin had a brother named Jim Bolin who had a son named Luther Bolin, Sr. This picture was taking about 1942. If you have any info about these Bolin please let me know. Please feel free to check out my famliy tree below Thank You for your Time Larry J. Bolin Cell: 318-762-3619Home: 504.298.2715 Personal Website: http://sabaoth.cjb.net Family Website: http://www.myheritage.com/site-39142341/bolin-web-site
Larry, I just found this email way down in my InBox, while I was sorting thru & deleting other emails. Not sure why it didn't pop up sooner (or if it did, I'm not sure why I didn't read it till now). Sorry to say, I can't help you on your Bolin line. I don't have any Bolins (any spelling) that were in Louisiana, as far as I can tell. I don't have any Bolins in any state that would fit those names in the same family. Hope you have better luck with the other folks you asked. ~Linda McNiel --- On Sat, 11/29/08, Larry Bolin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: From: Larry Bolin <email@example.com> Subject: [BOLIN] Bolin Family To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, Mmj1945@aol.com, PRosley@aol.com, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, ILFRANKL-L@rootsweb.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, Ginaburningsky@aol.com, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, RAC3577@aol.com, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, Radiant@wcgnet.us, email@example.com, Romur2@aol.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, LJDGenieNut@aol.com, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, Ddbolin32@aol.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, FreedmenProject@aol.com, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, LizDonLiz@aol.com, RB981644@MSXSEPC.shell.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, RDark571@aol.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, TONI1B@aol.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, Carp1024@aol.com, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Saturday, November 29, 2008, 8:25 PM My name is Larry j. Bolin born 1966 from Tallulah, La and my father is Willie Bolin, Sr born 1944 in N.W Louisiana His Father was white and was named Albert Bolin, Sr and his wife was Catherine Wilson unsure where he was born but lived in Roxie, Mississippi. Albert Bolin, Sr had brothers named Leon and Will Bolin and a sister named Elizabeth Bolin Their father's name was William Bolin and his wife was Elizabeth but don't know her maiden name.William Bolin had a brother named Jim Bolin who had a son named Luther Bolin, Sr. This picture was taking about 1942. If you have any info about these Bolin please let me know. Please feel free to check out my famliy tree below Thank You for your Time Larry J. Bolin Cell: 318-762-3619 Home: 504.298.2715 Personal Website: http://sabaoth.cjb.net Family Website: http://www.myheritage.com/site-39142341/bolin-web-site ______________________________________ PLEASE WATCH ALL OF YOUR SUBJECT LINES! ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to BOLINemail@example.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message
My name is Larry j. Bolin born 1966 from Tallulah, La and my father is Willie Bolin, Sr born 1944 in N.W Louisiana His Father was white and was named Albert Bolin, Sr and his wife was Catherine Wilson unsure where he was born but lived in Roxie, Mississippi. Albert Bolin, Sr had brothers named Leon and Will Bolin and a sister named Elizabeth Bolin Their father's name was William Bolin and his wife was Elizabeth but don't know her maiden name.William Bolin had a brother named Jim Bolin who had a son named Luther Bolin, Sr. This picture was taking about 1942. If you have any info about these Bolin please let me know. Please feel free to check out my famliy tree below Thank You for your Time Larry J. Bolin Cell: 318-762-3619 Home: 504.298.2715 Personal Website: http://sabaoth.cjb.net Family Website: http://www.myheritage.com/site-39142341/bolin-web-site
I'm not sure. Myggrandmother was Georgia Ann Moser who married George Bolin. I'm not on my computer so I have to look up specifics. Debi Kush ----- Original Message ----- From: "Mary Mathis" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <email@example.com> Sent: Saturday, November 08, 2008 8:25 PM Subject: [BOLIN] hi > It has showed on the Indianna Census that Mary Jane Bolin was married to a > Stevens and had two sons William and Plez She later married James William > Turpin and lived in Indianna ,Kentucky .Missiouri.Arkansas and Jenna > .Louisanna where she is burried Do you conect to this Family > ______________________________________ > PLEASE WATCH ALL OF YOUR SUBJECT LINES! > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > BOLINfirstname.lastname@example.org with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes > in the subject and the body of the message >
In a message dated 11/8/08 9:26:17 PM Eastern Standard Time, email@example.com writes: > It has showed on the Indianna Census that Mary Jane Bolin was married to a > Stevens and had two sons William and Plez She later married James William > Turpin and lived in Indianna ,Kentucky .Missiouri.Arkansas and Jenna .Louisanna > where she is burried Do you conect to this Family > No, Our Mary Jane Conant married a William Bolin in Ohio. ************** AOL Search: Your one stop for directions, recipes and all other Holiday needs. Search Now. (http://pr.atwola.com/promoclk/100000075x1212792382x1200798498/aol?redir=http://searchblog.aol.com/2008/11/04/happy-holidays-from-aol-search/?ncid=eml cntussear00000001)
It has showed on the Indianna Census that Mary Jane Bolin was married to a Stevens and had two sons William and Plez She later married James William Turpin and lived in Indianna ,Kentucky .Missiouri.Arkansas and Jenna .Louisanna where she is burried Do you conect to this Family