Descendants of John Rolfe

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1. JOHN3 ROLFE (JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born May 06, 1585. He married (1) SARAH HACKER. She was born 1608 in England. He married (2) JANE PIERCE. He married (3) POCHAHONTAS (MATOAKA AMONUTE P. POWHATAN) April 05, 1614 in Anglican Church, Jamestown, Virginia Colony, daughter of WAHUNSUNACOCK CHIEF POWHATAN. She was born 1595.

 

Notes for JOHN ROLFE:

Pocahontas (born Matoaka, known as Amonute, and later known as Rebecca Rolfe, c. 1595 March 1617) was a Virginia Indian[1][2][3] notable for her association with the colonial settlement at Jamestown, Virginia. Pocahontas was the daughter of Powhatan, the paramount chief[1] of a network of tributary tribal nations in the Tsenacommacah, encompassing the Tidewater region of Virginia. In a well-known historical anecdote, she is said to have saved the life of an Indian captive, Englishman John Smith, in 1607 by placing her head upon his own when her father raised his war club to execute him.

Pocahontas was captured by the English during Anglo-Indian hostilities in 1613, and held for ransom. During her captivity, she converted to Christianity and took the name Rebecca. When the opportunity arose for her to return to her people, she chose to remain with the English. In April 1614, she married tobacco planter John Rolfe, and in January 1615, bore him a son, Thomas Rolfe. Pocahontas's marriage to Rolfe was the first recorded interracial marriage in American history.[4]

In 1616, the Rolfes traveled to London. Pocahontas was presented to English society as an example of the civilized "savage" in hopes of stimulating investment in the Jamestown settlement. She became something of a celebrity, was elegantly fted, and attended a masque at Whitehall Palace. In 1617, the Rolfes set sail for Virginia, but Pocahontas died at Gravesend of unknown causes. She was buried in a church in Gravesend, but the exact location of her grave is unknown.

Numerous places, landmarks, and products in the United States have been named after Pocahontas. Her story has been romanticized over the years, and she is a subject of art, literature, and film. Her descendants through her son Thomas include members of the First Families of Virginia, First Ladies Edith Wilson and Nancy Reagan, and astronomer Percival Lowell.

 

 

Pocahontas's birth year is unknown, but some historians estimate it to have been around 1595 based on the accounts of Captain John Smith. In A True Relation of Virginia (1608), Smith described the Pocahontas he met in the spring of 1608 as being "a child of tenne years old".[5] In a letter written in 1616, he again described her as she was in 1608, but this time she had grown slightly to "a child of twelve or thirteen years of age".[6]

Pocahontas was the daughter of Powhatan, the paramount chief of Tsenacommacah, an alliance of about thirty Algonquian-speaking groups and petty chiefdoms in Tidewater Virginia.[7] Her mother, whose name and specific group of origin are unknown, was one of dozens of wives taken by Powhatan; each wife gave him a single child and then was sent back to her village to be supported by the paramount chief until she found another husband.[8]

Pocahontas's childhood was probably little different from that of most girls who lived in Tsenacommacah. She learned how to perform what was considered to be women's work, which included foraging for food and firewood, farming, and searching for the plant materials used in building thatched houses.[9] As she grew older, she probably helped other members of Powhatan's household with preparations for large feasts.[8] Serving feasts such as the one presented to John Smith after his capture was a regular obligation of the mamanatowick, or paramount chief.[10]

Names[edit]

At the time Pocahontas was born, it was common for Powhatan Indians to be given several personal names, to have more than one name at the same time, to have secret names that only a select few knew, and to change their names on important occasions. Bestowed at different times, the names carried different meanings and might be used in different contexts.[11] Pocahontas was no different. Early in her life she was given a secret name, Matoaka, but later she was also known as Amonute. None of these names can be translated.[12]

The name Pocahontas was a childhood nickname that probably referred to her frolicsome nature; according to the colonist William Strachey, it meant "little wanton".[13] The 18th-century historian William Stith claimed that "her real name, it seems, was originally Matoax, which the Indians carefully concealed from the English and changed it to Pocahontas, out of a superstitious fear, lest they, by the knowledge of her true name, should be enabled to do her some hurt."[14] According to the anthropologist Helen C. Rountree, Pocahontas "revealed [her secret name] to the English only after she had taken another religiousbaptismalname, Rebecca".[15]

Pocahontas's Christian name, Rebecca, may have been a symbolic gesture to Rebecca of the Book of Genesis who, as the mother of Jacob and Esau, was the mother of two "nations", or distinct peoples. Pocahontas, as a Powhatan marrying an Englishman, may have been seen by herself and by her contemporaries as being also, potentially, the mother of two nations.[16]

 

Children of JOHN ROLFE and POCHAHONTAS POWHATAN) are:

2. i. LIEUTENANT LT. THOMAS4 ROLFE, b. January 30, 1614/15, Smith S Plantation, VA; d. 1675, James City Co Va.

ii. BERMUDA ROLFE.

iii. ELIZABETH ROLFE.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2. LIEUTENANT LT. THOMAS4 ROLFE (JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born January 30, 1614/15 in Smith S Plantation, VA, and died 1675 in James City Co Va. He married (1) JANE PAYTHUSS in Richmond, Henrico, Virginia. He married (2) ELIZABETH WASHINGTON 1632 in London, England.

Children of LT. ROLFE and JANE PAYTHUSS are:

3. i. JANE5 ROLFE, b. October 10, 1650, Varina Plantation, Henrico, VA; d. 1676, Charles City VA.

ii. WILLIAM ROLFE.

iii. THOMAS ROLFE.

iv. ANNA ROLFE.

v. ANTHONY ROLFE.

vi. MOSES ROLFE.

vii. JOSHUA MAJ WYNNE ROLFE.

viii. GEORGE ROLFE.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

3. JANE5 ROLFE (LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born October 10, 1650 in Varina Plantation, Henrico, VA, and died 1676 in Charles City VA. She married COL. ROBERT BOLLING, son of COLONEL COL JOHN BOLLING. He was born 1646, and died July 17, 1709 in Kippax ST, Hopewell, Hopewell VA.

Children of JANE ROLFE and COL. BOLLING are:

4. i. ROBERT JR6 BOLLING, MAJOR, b. 1682; d. 1749.

ii. REBECCA BOLLING.

iii. JOHN BOLLING, b. 1615.

iv. COLONEL COL JOHN BOLLING.

v. ELIZABETH MINER BOLLING.

vi. MOLLIE BOLLING.

vii. JOHN F BOLLING.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

4. ROBERT JR6 BOLLING, MAJOR (JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born 1682, and died 1749. He married MARY ANNE COCKE. She was born 1686, and died 1749.

Child of ROBERT BOLLING and MARY COCKE is:

5. i. MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, b. 1700, Lunenburg, Lunenburg Co VA.; d. 1794.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

5. MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING (ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born 1700 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg Co VA., and died 1794. She married THOMAS HALL, son of JOHN HALL and ELIZABETH BALL. He was born 1700 in Lunenburg, VA, and died May 10, 1794 in Killed By Cherokee Indians at age 92.

Children of MARTHA BOLLING and THOMAS HALL are:

i. ALSEY8 HALL.

ii. THOMAS HALL.

iii. WILLLIAM HALL.

iv. SAMUEL HALL, b. 1735.

v. JESSE HALL.

vi. LANDSFORD HALL.

6. vii. ISHAM HALL, b. 1746, Franklin Co,VA; d. 1856, Va; Stepchild.

viii. HEZEKIAH HALL.

ix. ELISHA HALL.

x. JOHN HALL.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

6. ISHAM8 HALL (MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born 1746 in Franklin Co,VA, and died 1856 in Va. He married MARY MULLINS 1766, daughter of JOHN MULLINS and VIRGINIA BAILEY. She was born 1746 in Franklin Co,VA..

Children of ISHAM HALL and MARY MULLINS are:

7. i. ISHAM9 HALL, b. 1785, Russell Co Va; d. 1856, Wise Co, Va.

ii. MARY POLLY HALL, b. 1794.

iii. LUCY HALL, b. 1770.

iv. SUSANNAH HALL, b. 1770.

v. ALEXANDER HALL, b. 1787.

vi. JOHN HALL, b. 1780.

vii. MARY HALL, b. 1794.

8. viii. ALSEY HALL, b. 1770; d. Bef. 1850.

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

7. ISHAM9 HALL (ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born 1785 in Russell Co Va, and died 1856 in Wise Co, Va. He married JANE MULLINS 1818, daughter of JOHN MULLINS and VIRGINIA BAILEY. She was born 1792 in in Franklin C0. VA or NC 1880 listed VA 1860 listed NC as birth place.

Children of ISHAM HALL and JANE MULLINS are:

9. i. ANNA "ANNIE" G.10 HALL, b. 1840, Russel or Scott County, Va; d. 1903, Blaine Ky (Lawrence Co Ky).

ii. ALEXANDER HALL, b. 1816.

iii. NANCY ELIZABETH HALL, b. 1819.

iv. JOHN A. HALL, b. 1819.

v. SQUIRE HALL, b. 1830.

vi. GREENWAY HALL, b. 1832.

vii. MARY HALL, b. 1835.

viii. JAMES PRESTON HALL, b. 1836.

ix. DIDEMA HALL.

x. NANCY LOUELLA HALL.

 

 

8. ALSEY9 HALL (ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born 1770, and died Bef. 1850. She married EDWARD EDMOND HUBBARD, son of THOMAS HUBBARD and FRANCES HOLLINGSWORTH. He was born 1788 in pittsylvania co, va, and died Bef. 1850 in Russel or Scott County, Va.

Children of ALSEY HALL and EDWARD HUBBARD are:

10. i. JESSE10 HUBBARD, b. April 20, 1810, Ashe Co, North Carolina; d. March 24, 1888, Wise Co , Va.

11. ii. ROBERT SHANKLIN HUBBARD, b. 1821, Scott County, Va; d. June 29, 1889, Wise Co Va.

12. iii. RANDOLPH HUBBARD, b. 1815, Virginia; d. Bef. 1880, poung gap , wise co. va.

iv. MILLIE HUBBARD, m. BEN ALLEY.

v. RUTH HUBBARD, b. 1827; m. MIKE HARPER.

vi. ELIJAH HUBBARD, b. Abt. 1815, Ashes co. SC; m. MARY STURGEON.

vii. AILSEY HUBBARD, b. 1804, NC; d. 1884, Floyd Township, Scott Co., va; m. THOMAS ALLEY JR..

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

9. ANNA "ANNIE" G.10 HALL (ISHAM9, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born 1840 in Russel or Scott County, Va, and died 1903 in Blaine Ky (Lawrence Co Ky). She married EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD" HUBBARD, son of JESSE HUBBARD and MALINDA SALYERS. He was born January 20, 1840 in Virginia, and died November 03, 1929 in Blaine, KY Death cert. cause of death euremic poison.

 

Notes for ANNA "ANNIE" G. HALL:

Anne had read an inscription on a tombstone and wanted written on her stone. When Anne died in 1903 Louella had it put on Anne tombstone "Beware kind friend as you passby , as you are now, so once was I, As I am now, you too must be, Prepare for death, and follow me. In 1970 some of the tombstone thathad been damaged were repaired. Theverse from Anne stone was cut out and place at the entrance of the cemetery.

 

Notes for EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD" HUBBARD:

Edd served with the conferate Cav. during the war between the states. He enlisted in 1861 in Capt. Menifee's Bn. He states that "after Col. Menifee left the command I was under Col. Prentiss until the war closed"

.Company B 7th Confederate Cavalry Enl in 8/61. Was absent from command collecting deserters at the time of surrender. Previously served in Co C 5th VSL and in Company A French's Batt. VA inf PWR of James Harvey Long, p 210 PRSWVA B. 1/20/1842 in Scott Co Va Age 15 farm laborer, 1860 wise Co census Bro of Jesse (I believe he is 1st cousin) .Filed pension application in Lawrence co Ky In 1913

 

7th Edd tombstone has a confederated mark that states Co B 7th confedrated Cavalry.Edd's name appeared ins a book entiled Bushwhackers Paradise by Jeffrey Weaver. The 7th Cavalry was comprised od both Va and Ky citizens. They were said to be pretty rough characters. Co 7 was attached to Gen John Hunt Morgan and participated in the last raid of Ky.

 

Children of ANNA HALL and EDD HUBBARD are:

i. ROBERT11 HUBBARD.

13. ii. PALMIRA "AUNT PAL" HUBBARD, b. March 1863, Va; d. December 10, 1925, Boyd Co Ky.

14. iii. JOHN PRESTON BURDINE HUBBARD, b. February 27, 1866, Wise Co. Virginia; d. May 03, 1940, Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky.

iv. WILLIAM MONTERVILLE HUBBARD, b. 1869.

v. TAZEWELL HUBBARD, b. 1871.

vi. NANCY HUBBARD, b. 1873.

vii. AMBROSE HUBBARD, b. 1875.

viii. ELIZABETH HUBBARD, b. 1877.

ix. EDWARD HUBBARD, b. 1879.

15. x. VENIA HUBBARD, b. November 16, 1882.

16. xi. LOUELLA HUBBARD, b. November 16, 1882, Pound, Wise Co Va; d. March 28, 1967, Louisa Ky.

 

 

10. JESSE10 HUBBARD (ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born April 20, 1810 in Ashe Co, North Carolina, and died March 24, 1888 in Wise Co , Va. He married MALINDA JENNIE SALYERS, daughter of JONATHAN SALYERS and LYDIA CASTLE. She was born 1815 in Russel County, Va, and died 1883.

 

Notes for JESSE HUBBARD:

Jesse Hubbard is shown in1880 Wise county Census as widowed , age 70 and living with him are his daughter, Susan C age 22(birth Place Ohio) his granddaughter, Elizabeth age 4 and grand son william J age 2 Both children listed birth place as Ohio. Susanah is shown in the 1870 census of Wise County as age 11. Jennie Salyers is listed on death certificate of Edd Hubbard as his mother Jennie is probably a nick name for Malinda. Also in the house of Jesse and Malinda in 1850 is Lydia Salyers, age 20, probably Malinda sister. Edd is listed as age 10

Children of JESSE HUBBARD and MALINDA SALYERS are:

i. BENJAMIN11 HUBBARD, b. 1833.

ii. JOHN W.B. HUBBARD, b. 1838, Russel County, Va; m. MARTHA J. STALLARD, January 26, 1863, Wise county Va.

 

Notes for JOHN W.B. HUBBARD:

a John W. Sgt Co. ? 7th Bn CSA Cav Dstd in wise co VA Took oath at Louisa Ky in 5/64 light hair, dark comp, gray eyes, 6'1' Previously served in the VSL

 

Also listed is Burdine Hubbard servedin company A previously served in Co C, 5th CSL and in Co. A. French Battn.

 

17. iii. EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD" HUBBARD, b. January 20, 1840, Virginia; d. November 03, 1929, Blaine, KY Death cert. cause of death euremic poison.

iv. MARTHA HUBBARD, b. 1842.

v. MARY HUBBARD, b. 1843.

vi. MALINDA HUBBARD, b. 1846.

18. vii. DAVID JESSE HUBBARD, b. 1848, Russell Co Va.

viii. WILLIAM HUBBARD, b. 1849.

19. ix. SARAH HUBBARD, b. 1854, Russell Co Va.

20. x. NOAH HUBBARD, b. 1856, Wise Co Va.

21. xi. SUSANAH HUBBARD, b. 1858, Ohio.

xii. CATHERINE HUBBARD, b. 1857.

 

 

11. ROBERT SHANKLIN10 HUBBARD (ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born 1821 in Scott County, Va, and died June 29, 1889 in Wise Co Va. He married (1) SARAH "SARY" BOLLING April 13, 1843 in Letcher Co KY, daughter of JEREMIAH BOLLING and SARAH WARD. She was born June 08, 1823 in Russell Co VA, and died 1862 in Wise Co Va. He married (2) DELILAH MULLINS November 28, 1864 in Wise county Va, daughter of JOSHUA MULLINS and MARY CAUDILL.

 

Notes for ROBERT SHANKLIN HUBBARD:

Wise county Virginia marriage indicate R.S. Hubbard performed the Marriage of his son William B. Hubbard ro both 1st and 2nd wives.

Went by Shanklin

Children of ROBERT HUBBARD and SARAH BOLLING are:

22. i. EDMOND11 HUBBARD, b. February 08, 1845, Letcher Co Ky; d. 1928, Wise Co , Va.

23. ii. JESSE HUBBARD, b. 1844, Letcher Co Ky; d. 1928.

iii. AILEY HUBBARD, b. 1849, Wise Co Va; m. JOHN H. SNODGRASS, February 23, 1867, Letcher Co Ky.

24. iv. JEREMIAH HUBBARD, b. 1851, Lee Co Va.

v. MARY HUBBARD, b. 1854; m. ANDREW COX, April 21, 1872, Wise county Va.

vi. JOHN HUBBARD, b. 1857, Wise Co Va; m. M.V.SNODGRASS, January 14, 1877, Wise county Va.

vii. JAMES HUBBARD, b. 1859; m. MARY ANN MAXWELL, June 12, 1882, Wise county Va.

viii. WILLIAM B HUBBARD, b. 1862, Wise Co Va; m. (1) POLLY ANN ROBERTS, June 25, 1881, Wise county Va; m. (2) NANCY E. MAXWELL, July 30, 1884, Wise county Va.

ix. LOUDEMA HUBBARD, b. August 06, 1846; d. January 23, 1923; m. JASON WEBB; b. March 03, 1820, Floyd County, Ky; d. December 23, 1903, Letcher Co. KY.

x. JOSEPH A. HUBBARD, b. November 29, 1857.

xi. ROBERT S. HUBBARD, b. January 05, 1858.

 

Children of ROBERT HUBBARD and DELILAH MULLINS are:

xii. LEANAH11 HUBBARD, b. 1866.

xiii. LOUISA HUBBARD, b. 1869.

xiv. JOSEPH B HUBBARD, b. June 09, 1871.

xv. ARMANDA HUBBARD, b. 1876.

 

 

12. RANDOLPH10 HUBBARD (ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born 1815 in Virginia, and died Bef. 1880 in poung gap , wise co. va. He married (1) MARY ROBERTS in Virgina. He married (2) SARAH SALYERS Bef. 1846 in Virginia, daughter of JONATHAN SALYERS and LYDIA CASTLE. She was born 1820, and died December 22, 1853 in Scott Co Va, Child Bed Fever.

Children of RANDOLPH HUBBARD and MARY ROBERTS are:

i. LUEMMA11 HUBBARD, b. 1856; m. WILLIAM G ADAMS, December 08, 1874, Wise County Virginia.

ii. ISAAC M. HUBBARD, b. 1858.

 

Child of RANDOLPH HUBBARD and SARAH SALYERS is:

iii. JACOB11 HUBBARD, b. Abt. 1847, Russell Co Virginia; m. MARY BAKER, January 02, 1873, Wise County Virginia.

 

 

Generation No. 9

 

13. PALMIRA "AUNT PAL"11 HUBBARD (ANNA "ANNIE" G.10 HALL, ISHAM9, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born March 1863 in Va, and died December 10, 1925 in Boyd Co Ky. She married HENRY MARION POLLEY September 08, 1884 in Knott Co Ky, son of RANDOLPH POLLEY and DIANAH ADAMS. He was born May 19, 1860 in Letcher Co Ky, and died May 17, 1924 in Oklahoma.

 

Notes for PALMIRA "AUNT PAL" HUBBARD:

Palmira is buried in Sanders Cem in Blaine Ky. she is the second wife of Henry Polley whose sister, Sara ann "Sallie" is the mother of Levi Miles. Levi married Palmira's sister, Louella Hubbard, Henry and Sallie sister Nancy married Louella brother, John Preston Burdine Hubbard.

 

Notes for HENRY MARION POLLEY:

She is the second wife of Henry Polley whose sister Sarah Ann "Sallie" Polley is the mother of Levi Miles. Levi Married Palmira's sister

Louella Hubbard. Henry and Sallie's sister, Nancy Rosencrane Polley married Louella's brother John Preston Burdine Hubbard.

Children of PALMIRA HUBBARD and HENRY POLLEY are:

i. IDA12 POLLEY, b. June 16, 1885, Letcher Co Ky; d. July 01, 1885, Letcher Co Ky.

25. ii. MARY ANN POLLEY, b. September 05, 1886, Letcher Co Ky; d. Knot co.

iii. NANCY VICTORIA POLLEY, b. August 05, 1888, Letcher Co Ky; d. February 10, 1889, Letcher Co Ky.

iv. STEVE POLLEY.

v. LORA PALMIRA POLLEY, b. August 15, 1890; d. December 10, 1991, Hugo Oklahoma.

vi. ROBERT G BLAIR POLLEY, b. 1910, Swink, Choctaw Co Oklahoma.

vii. ALLEN KENTON POLLEY, b. November 28, 1898; d. December 24, 1932.

viii. BESSIE POLLEY, b. October 31, 1900; d. August 16, 1916, Oklahoma.

ix. JEWEL POLLEY, b. 1905; d. June 1986.

 

 

14. JOHN PRESTON BURDINE11 HUBBARD (ANNA "ANNIE" G.10 HALL, ISHAM9, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born February 27, 1866 in Wise Co. Virginia, and died May 03, 1940 in Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky. He married (1) ? BASTIN. He married (2) NANCY ROSENCRANE POLLEY September 21, 1886, daughter of RANDOLPH POLLEY and DIANA ADAMS. She was born November 22, 1867 in Letcher Co KY, and died May 03, 1928 in Pulaski County Somerset. KY Hubbard Cem.

 

Notes for JOHN PRESTON BURDINE HUBBARD:

John always wore a suit when working even in the garten. Married a second time following Nancy death. To a much younger girl

maybe 15 or 16. Divorce her after she suggested that they sell the house. Nancy was called Nannie and she is buried in the Hubbard cemetery in Pulaski County Ky near place called Estesburg. When John died the man who owned the property that had to be cross to get to the cemetery would not allow them to cross over to the Cem. Monteville Hubbard offer him $500 for access but he refused. Another site had to be found. John was buried in the Pleasant point cem. This cemetery was directly across from home and farm that Monteville owned in Kingts Mtn , Ky. Lincoln County Ky

Children of JOHN HUBBARD and NANCY POLLEY are:

26. i. FRANK12 HUBBARD, b. March 19, 1888; d. November 10, 1950.

27. ii. HENRY MONTERVILLE HUBBARD, b. July 26, 1889; d. January 21, 1943, Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky.

iii. CECIL HUBBARD, b. May 04, 1891; d. August 13, 1892.

28. iv. MOLLIE VICTORIA HUBBARD, b. September 30, 1893; d. September 06, 1934.

29. v. JOHN ARVIL HUBBARD, b. December 04, 1895; d. January 19, 1976.

vi. LOLIAN HUBBARD, b. December 06, 1897; d. November 17, 1900.

30. vii. MYRTLE HUBBARD, b. February 14, 1903.

31. viii. LOCKIE ALICE HUBBARD, b. April 18, 1905.

 

 

15. VENIA11 HUBBARD (ANNA "ANNIE" G.10 HALL, ISHAM9, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born November 16, 1882. She married R.L. ARRINGTON.

Children of VENIA HUBBARD and R.L. ARRINGTON are:

i. ARLENA12 ARRINGTON.

ii. SUSIE ARRINGTON.

iii. ROBERTS ARRINGTON.

 

 

16. LOUELLA11 HUBBARD (ANNA "ANNIE" G.10 HALL, ISHAM9, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born November 16, 1882 in Pound, Wise Co Va, and died March 28, 1967 in Louisa Ky. She married LEVI MILES January 23, 1898 in Lawrence Co Ky, son of BENJAMIN MILES and SARAH POLLEY. He was born December 1875 in Ellen Ky, and died December 18, 1939 in Louisa, KY.

 

Notes for LOUELLA HUBBARD:

Louell was a tall lady, she was much talle than her husband. She was self taught authority on Abraham Lincoln. She had a twin sister

Venia "Luvenia" Louella paly banjo. she also had Palsy her granddaughter had palsy several cousin had palsy. John Preston Burdine Hubbard had Palsy too. Think of of her brother comitted suicide, but don't nknow where the information came from. Buried in Sanders Cemetery in Blaine Ky

Children of LOUELLA HUBBARD and LEVI MILES are:

32. i. SARAH ETHEL12 MILES, b. March 1900; d. August 25, 1936, Blaine Ky (Lawrence Co Ky).

ii. ICIE ANN MILES, b. September 25, 1903, Wise Co Va; d. August 14, 1973, Huntington W Va; m. IRELAND DREW COLLIER, April 15, 1919, Blaine Ky.

iii. EGIE MILES, b. November 30, 1905, Wise Co Va; d. January 07, 1968, Downey Calif; m. (1) LON LEMONS; m. (2) JOHN POWELL.

iv. MADGE MILES, b. November 18, 1906; d. December 10, 1993, Downey Calif.

v. WANDA MILES, b. 1908; d. 1993, Smokey Valley Ky.

33. vi. ROBERT MAYO MILES, b. 1914; d. July 09, 1949, columbus Ohio.

vii. ORPHA BEATRICE MILES, b. July 30, 1917; m. (1) CLARENCE "HICK" LYCAN; m. (2) FONZO WILLIAMS, Lawrence Co Ky.

viii. GERTRUDE MILES, b. May 07, 1920; d. June 10, 1920; m. (1) MACK TODD; m. (2) JOHN WILSON.

 

 

17. EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11 HUBBARD (JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born January 20, 1840 in Virginia, and died November 03, 1929 in Blaine, KY Death cert. cause of death euremic poison. He married ANNA "ANNIE" G. HALL, daughter of ISHAM HALL and JANE MULLINS. She was born 1840 in Russel or Scott County, Va, and died 1903 in Blaine Ky (Lawrence Co Ky).

 

Notes for EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD" HUBBARD:

Edd served with the conferate Cav. during the war between the states. He enlisted in 1861 in Capt. Menifee's Bn. He states that "after Col. Menifee left the command I was under Col. Prentiss until the war closed"

.Company B 7th Confederate Cavalry Enl in 8/61. Was absent from command collecting deserters at the time of surrender. Previously served in Co C 5th VSL and in Company A French's Batt. VA inf PWR of James Harvey Long, p 210 PRSWVA B. 1/20/1842 in Scott Co Va Age 15 farm laborer, 1860 wise Co census Bro of Jesse (I believe he is 1st cousin) .Filed pension application in Lawrence co Ky In 1913

 

7th Edd tombstone has a confederated mark that states Co B 7th confedrated Cavalry.Edd's name appeared ins a book entiled Bushwhackers Paradise by Jeffrey Weaver. The 7th Cavalry was comprised od both Va and Ky citizens. They were said to be pretty rough characters. Co 7 was attached to Gen John Hunt Morgan and participated in the last raid of Ky.

 

 

Notes for ANNA "ANNIE" G. HALL:

Anne had read an inscription on a tombstone and wanted written on her stone. When Anne died in 1903 Louella had it put on Anne tombstone "Beware kind friend as you passby , as you are now, so once was I, As I am now, you too must be, Prepare for death, and follow me. In 1970 some of the tombstone thathad been damaged were repaired. Theverse from Anne stone was cut out and place at the entrance of the cemetery.

Children are listed above under (9) Anna "Annie" G. Hall.

 

18. DAVID JESSE11 HUBBARD (JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born 1848 in Russell Co Va. He married JUDA PERKY August 16, 1870 in Russell Co Va, daughter of F. PERKY and KATIE ?.

Children of DAVID HUBBARD and JUDA PERKY are:

i. ALBERT W12 HUBBARD, b. 1872.

ii. LOUISA HUBBARD, b. 1873.

iii. GEORGE HUBBARD, b. 1874.

iv. ROBERT N. HUBBARD, b. 1875.

 

 

19. SARAH11 HUBBARD (JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born 1854 in Russell Co Va. She married JOHN MULLINS January 26, 1873 in Wise county Va, son of ELIJAH MULLINS and ELIZABETH UNKNOWN.

Children of SARAH HUBBARD and JOHN MULLINS are:

i. MADONA12 HUBBARD, b. 1873.

ii. MANERVA HUBBARD, b. 1874.

iii. JAMES N. HUBBARD, b. 1878.

 

 

20. NOAH11 HUBBARD (JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born 1856 in Wise Co Va. He married (1) ISABELLE MULLINS December 26, 1872 in Wise county Va, daughter of D. MULLINS and ESTHER ?. He married (2) MARY J.COLLINS March 27, 1878 in Wise county Va, daughter of LEWIS COLLINS and TILDY ?.

Child of NOAH HUBBARD and MARY J.COLLINS is:

i. MARY A.12 HUBBARD, b. 1880.

 

 

21. SUSANAH11 HUBBARD (JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born 1858 in Ohio. She married UNKNOWN September 17, 1873 in Wise county Va.

Children of SUSANAH HUBBARD and UNKNOWN are:

i. ELIZABETH12 HUBBARD, b. 1876, Ohio.

ii. WILLIAM J HUBBARD, b. 1878, Ohio.

 

 

22. EDMOND11 HUBBARD (ROBERT SHANKLIN10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born February 08, 1845 in Letcher Co Ky, and died 1928 in Wise Co , Va. He married MARY STURGILL July 15, 1866 in Letcher Co Ky, daughter of FRANCIS STURGILL and DELILAH MULLINS. She was born October 02, 1851 in Letcher Co Ky.

Children of EDMOND HUBBARD and MARY STURGILL are:

i. OLLIE12 HUBBARD, m. ? RUTHERFORD, Va.

ii. SARAH JANE HUBBARD.

iii. DELILAH HUBBARD.

iv. HENRY T. HUBBARD.

v. LOUDEMA HUBBARD.

vi. LEAH HUBBARD.

vii. MONROE HUBBARD.

viii. WILLARD F. HUBBARD.

 

 

23. JESSE11 HUBBARD (ROBERT SHANKLIN10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born 1844 in Letcher Co Ky, and died 1928. He married NANCY BOGGS September 17, 1865 in Wise county Va, daughter of JOHN BOGGS and KESSIAH MILLER.

 

Notes for JESSE HUBBARD:

Taken POW at Gladeville VA on 7-7-63 sent to Camp Chase in Ohio, the to Camp Douglas, Ill on 8-24-63

He was tranferred to Pt Lookout Maryland and exchanged March 2, 1865. Prior to transfer he is listed as "claims to have been loyal"

was conscripted-was captured and desires to take oth of allegiance to the US and become a legal citizen.

 

He served in company A of the 7th Battalion Confederate Calvalry- also called "Prentice Batt'n". The archives record of his service listed him as a private and a corporal. He was captured in wise county. Age 16, farm hand, 1860 wise Co census.

 

Children of JESSE HUBBARD and NANCY BOGGS are:

i. KISIAH12 HUBBARD, b. 1867.

ii. JOHN M HUBBARD, b. 1868.

iii. MARTHA J HUBBARD, b. 1870.

iv. JAMES G HUBBARD, b. 1872.

v. MARY HUBBARD, b. 1874.

vi. JEREMIAH HUBBARD, b. 1876.

vii. HENRY W HUBBARD, b. 1878.

 

 

24. JEREMIAH11 HUBBARD (ROBERT SHANKLIN10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born 1851 in Lee Co Va. He married LUCINDA STURGILL February 12, 1875 in Wise county Va, daughter of FRANCIS STURGIL and DELILA MULLINS.

Children of JEREMIAH HUBBARD and LUCINDA STURGILL are:

i. MARY L12 HUBBARD, b. 1878.

ii. PATRICK W HUBBARD, b. 1880, Wise Co Va.

 

 

Generation No. 10

 

25. MARY ANN12 POLLEY (PALMIRA "AUNT PAL"12 HUBBARD, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born September 05, 1886 in Letcher Co Ky, and died in Knot co. She married CHARLES KAZEE, son of GEORGE KAZEE.

Children of MARY POLLEY and CHARLES KAZEE are:

i. KENTON13 KAZEE, b. July 02, 1913, Boyd Co Ky.

ii. FRANK KAZEE, b. May 31, 1916, LawrenceCo KY.

iii. PALLMIRA KAZEE, b. July 14, 1920, Boyd Co Ky.

iv. SALLIE KAZEE, b. August 22, 1923, Boyd Co Ky.

v. DANIEL B KAZEE, b. December 12, 1925, Boyd Co Ky; d. January 19, 1926, Boyd Co Ky.

 

 

26. FRANK12 HUBBARD (JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born March 19, 1888, and died November 10, 1950. He married MARY DAILY HASH January 04, 1906.

Children of FRANK HUBBARD and MARY HASH are:

i. NANNIE LOU13 HUBBARD, m. UNK MILLER.

ii. ETHEL HUBBARD, b. January 07, 1907, Rockswitch, Wise Co; d. June 18, 1977; m. UNK KILGORE.

iii. EDITH HUBBARD, b. 1908; d. 1990.

iv. HAZEL HUBBARD, b. May 20, 1912; d. February 15, 1994.

v. MATTIE HUBBARD.

vi. BUDDY HUBBARD, b. June 12, 1915; d. July 17, 1928.

 

 

27. HENRY MONTERVILLE12 HUBBARD (JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born July 26, 1889, and died January 21, 1943 in Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky. He married (1) MARY LEE BRUMETT December 12, 1912, daughter of GEORGE BUMMETT and MARTHA STURGEON. She was born March 26, 1895 in Va, and died October 23, 1918 in Pulaski Co, KY. He married (2) DOLLY MAE HICKS 1920, daughter of GENERAL HICKS and MARTHA MCMULLIN. She was born September 21, 1895, and died May 15, 1973 in Stanford, Ky.

Children of HENRY HUBBARD and MARY BRUMETT are:

34. i. WILLIAM FESTUS(BUDDIE)13 HUBBARD, b. June 06, 1915.

35. ii. COLONEL HUBBARD, b. September 12, 1916.

 

Children of HENRY HUBBARD and DOLLY HICKS are:

36. iii. CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"13 HUBBARD, b. May 25, 1922, Pulaski County; d. May 25, 2008, Lincoln co ky.

37. iv. ANNA MONROE "SIS" HUBBARD, b. February 13, 1925.

38. v. DOLLY LEE "DOODLE" HUBBARD, b. March 21, 1931.

39. vi. DAVID MONTERVILLE "DEE" HUBBARD, b. February 03, 1938, Lincoln Co; d. January 25, 2000, Lincoln Co.

vii. WILLIAM BUDDY HUBBARD.

viii. ALICE MARION HUBBARD, b. December 22, 1927; m. (1) VICTOR ROGERS; m. (2) VICTOR HAROLD ROGERS, April 02, 1945; b. December 06, 1927.

 

Notes for VICTOR HAROLD ROGERS:

ROGERS, Victor d. 22 May 1998

WAYNESBURG - Victor Rogers, 70, of Greenbriar Road, Waynesburg, died Friday at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center.

He was a supervisor for L.E. Myers in Chicago and an Army veteran of the Korean War. He was a member of Pleasant Point Baptist Church.

Born Dec. 6, 1927, he was the son of the late Claude Rogers and the late Peachie Terry Rogers.

Survivors include his wife, Alice Hubbard Rogers; two brothers, Scottie Rogers and Gene Rogers, both of Cincinnati; five sisters, Frances Ledford of Golden, Colo., Katherine West, Patricia Knechtly and Frieda Wall, all of Cincinnati, and Dorothy Rogers of Waynesburg

Services will be held 2 p.m. Monday at Barnett & Demrow Funeral Home by the Rev. Bill Rhodus. Burial will be at Pleasant Point Cemetery.

 

 

28. MOLLIE VICTORIA12 HUBBARD (JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born September 30, 1893, and died September 06, 1934. She married (1) WALTER PEAK August 04, 1909. She married (2) JACOB ERNEST PIKE November 10, 1919.

Children of MOLLIE HUBBARD and WALTER PEAK are:

i. ROBERT13 PEAK, b. April 25, 1910; d. 1970.

ii. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE PEAK, b. April 28, 1912; d. 1970.

 

Children of MOLLIE HUBBARD and JACOB PIKE are:

40. iii. VIRGINA13 PIKE, b. 1920.

iv. GEORGE E PIKE, b. 1922.

v. VILAS RHEA PIKE, b. 1924.

vi. DAVID M PIKE, b. 1928.

vii. JOHN A. PIKE, b. 1928.

viii. JEANNINE PIKE, b. 1933.

 

 

29. JOHN ARVIL12 HUBBARD (JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born December 04, 1895, and died January 19, 1976. He married GOLDIE BRYANT May 13, 1917, daughter of LEMONT BRYANT and MARY HINES.

Children of JOHN HUBBARD and GOLDIE BRYANT are:

i. DOROTHY MARIE13 HUBBARD, b. March 10, 1918, Pulaski County Somerset. KY.

ii. LOLA RUTH HUBBARD, b. February 15, 1921, Pulaski County Somerset. KY.

iii. LEOLA HUBBARD, b. November 04, 1922, Wise Co Va.

iv. LOCKIE HUBBARD, b. October 16, 1924, Wise Co Va; m. ALFRED SALYERS.

v. DARRELL HUBBARD, b. September 07, 1926, Wise Co Va; m. VIRGINIA HALL.

vi. DONALD BOYD HUBBARD, b. January 02, 1939, Lincoln Co.

 

 

30. MYRTLE12 HUBBARD (JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born February 14, 1903. She married EVERETT YORK May 01, 1923.

Child of MYRTLE HUBBARD and EVERETT YORK is:

i. FREDDIE MONROE13 YORK, b. February 10, 1925.

 

 

31. LOCKIE ALICE12 HUBBARD (JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born April 18, 1905. She married WALTE HANNA October 13, 1928.

Child of LOCKIE HUBBARD and WALTE HANNA is:

i. WALTER RICHARD13 HANNA.

 

 

32. SARAH ETHEL12 MILES (LOUELLA12 HUBBARD, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born March 1900, and died August 25, 1936 in Blaine Ky (Lawrence Co Ky). She married MILTON COLLIER, son of WILLIS COLLIER and ELIZEBEH VANOVER.

Children of SARAH MILES and MILTON COLLIER are:

i. LILLIAN ARLENA13 COLLIER, b. 1927.

ii. CHARLES EVERETT COLLIER, b. 1929.

iii. VERA MAE COLLIER, b. 1926, Blaine Ky (Lawrence Co Ky).

iv. HAROLD WADE FRALEY, b. July 31, 1921; d. February 15, 1978; m. GENEVA ELKINS.

 

Notes for HAROLD WADE FRALEY:

Harold father was Clyde Fraley. Clyde was not married to Sarah. But he helped support Harold with money.

 

 

33. ROBERT MAYO12 MILES (LOUELLA12 HUBBARD, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born 1914, and died July 09, 1949 in columbus Ohio. He married ZELDA FLOYD, daughter of GEORGE JACOBS and LULA FLOYD.

Child of ROBERT MILES and ZELDA FLOYD is:

41. i. RICHARD13 MILES.

 

 

Generation No. 11

 

34. WILLIAM FESTUS(BUDDIE)13 HUBBARD (HENRY MONTERVILLE13, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born June 06, 1915. He married BELLE FARMER.

Children of WILLIAM HUBBARD and BELLE FARMER are:

i. JACKIE14 HUBBARD.

ii. NORA HUBBARD.

iii. EARNIE HUBBARD.

iv. LEE ANN HUBBARD.

v. LOUISE HUBBARD.

 

 

35. COLONEL13 HUBBARD (HENRY MONTERVILLE13, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born September 12, 1916. He married (1) MARY EVA CARIER. He married (2) MARY EVA CARRIER. He married (3) MARY EVA CARRIER, daughter of MILTON CARRIER and HANNAH HUTCHISON. She was born June 10, 1921 in Lincoln County KY.

Child of COLONEL HUBBARD and MARY CARIER is:

i. HENRY14 HUBBARD.

 

Child of COLONEL HUBBARD and MARY CARRIER is:

ii. HENRY14 HUBBARD.

 

Child of COLONEL HUBBARD and MARY CARRIER is:

iii. HENRY MILTON14 HUBBARD.

 

 

36. CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"13 HUBBARD (HENRY MONTERVILLE13, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born May 25, 1922 in Pulaski County, and died May 25, 2008 in Lincoln co ky. He married LOLA JANE JENKINS 1942 in Kings Mtn, daughter of JAMES JENKINS and LAURA FLOYD. She was born July 29, 1924 in Lincoln County.

Children of CHARLES HUBBARD and LOLA JENKINS are:

42. i. WILLIAM ROBERT14 HUBBARD, b. July 28, 1943, Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky.

43. ii. DEANNA HUBBARD, b. January 22, 1945.

iii. CHARLES DUANE HUBBARD, b. January 19, 1947, Kings Mtn ky; d. June 22, 1947, Kings Mtn ky.

 

Notes for CHARLES DUANE HUBBARD:

Born at the Davenport farm at Kings Mtn on the Duncan Road, delivered by

Dr. Williams and another Dr. Born with cord around his neck. Duane died by fallen between the

bed and wal and choke to death.

 

44. iv. LANNY ROY HUBBARD, b. March 18, 1949, Kings Mtn Ky.

45. v. RITA MAE HUBBARD, b. January 07, 1951, Hall Gap.

 

 

37. ANNA MONROE "SIS"13 HUBBARD (HENRY MONTERVILLE13, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born February 13, 1925. She married LEWIS ESTES.

Children of ANNA HUBBARD and LEWIS ESTES are:

i. MONNIE14 ESTES.

46. ii. RONNIE ESTES.

iii. LOU ANN ESTES, m. MARLON CLARKSON.

 

 

38. DOLLY LEE "DOODLE"13 HUBBARD (HENRY MONTERVILLE13, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born March 21, 1931. She married MANUEL PULLIAM.

Children of DOLLY HUBBARD and MANUEL PULLIAM are:

i. MANUEL LEE14 PULLIAM.

ii. LARRY PULLIAM.

iii. VICTOR LYNN PULLIAM.

iv. GARY PULLIAM.

v. MELISSA PULLIAM.

 

 

39. DAVID MONTERVILLE "DEE"13 HUBBARD (HENRY MONTERVILLE13, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born February 03, 1938 in Lincoln Co, and died January 25, 2000 in Lincoln Co. He married LUCY HOWARD.

Children of DAVID HUBBARD and LUCY HOWARD are:

i. SHELLY14 HUBBARD, m. BOYD HARRIS.

ii. ELIZABETH HUBBARD.

 

 

40. VIRGINA13 PIKE (MOLLIE VICTORIA13 HUBBARD, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born 1920. She married ESTILL JENKINS December 12, 1936, son of JAMES JENKINS and LAURA FLOYD. He was born May 28, 1915, and died April 19, 1999 in Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem.

Child of VIRGINA PIKE and ESTILL JENKINS is:

i. BABY14 JENKINS, b. June 22, 1937; d. June 22, 1937, Lincoln Co.

 

 

41. RICHARD13 MILES (ROBERT MAYO13, LOUELLA12 HUBBARD, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) He married RUTH HUBBARD.

Child of RICHARD MILES and RUTH HUBBARD is:

i. RICHARD "BUBBY"14 MILES.

 

 

Generation No. 12

 

42. WILLIAM ROBERT14 HUBBARD (CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"14, HENRY MONTERVILLE13, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born July 28, 1943 in Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky. He married FEONA JANE CARIEL July 03, 1965 in Elgin Ill. She was born in Elgin Ill.

Children of WILLIAM HUBBARD and FEONA CARIEL are:

47. i. BRIAN ROBERT15 HUBBARD, b. October 03, 1966.

48. ii. CRAIG ROY HUBBARD, b. February 17, 1971.

 

 

43. DEANNA14 HUBBARD (CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"14, HENRY MONTERVILLE13, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born January 22, 1945. She married (1) VERNON LEROY YOUNG in Tenn, son of VERNON YOUNG and GLADYS YOUNG. He was born October 23, 1939, and died October 02, 1993 in Stanford KY. She married (2) JAMES FLOYD April 26, 1984 in Tenn. He was born August 16, 1940.

Children of DEANNA HUBBARD and VERNON YOUNG are:

49. i. MARTIN LEROY15 YOUNG.

ii. MARLA JOY YOUNG, b. May 17, 1973; m. FOSTER COOK, May 15, 1999, Pleasant Point Kings Mtn; b. December 15, 1969.

iii. MELINDA ANN YOUNG, b. May 17, 1973; m. TIMMY JONES, August 03, 1996, Pleasant Point Kings Mtn.

iv. MEGAN YOUNG, b. July 10, 1978; m. CAMERON SAYLOR, October 23, 1999.

 

 

44. LANNY ROY14 HUBBARD (CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"14, HENRY MONTERVILLE13, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born March 18, 1949 in Kings Mtn Ky. He married SANDRA JEAN CARRIER April 05, 1969 in Highland, Ky Mt Moriah, daughter of EUGENE CARRIER and LOIS DAUGHERTY. She was born August 09, 1951 in Danville, Ky.

Children of LANNY HUBBARD and SANDRA CARRIER are:

i. DUANE ROBERT "ROBBIE"15 HUBBARD, b. September 10, 1970, Danville Ky.

ii. MICHAEL RYAN HUBBARD, b. March 27, 1974, Danville Ky.

 

 

45. RITA MAE14 HUBBARD (CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"14, HENRY MONTERVILLE13, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born January 07, 1951 in Hall Gap. She married JOHN HAZLETT in Kings Mtn Pleasant Point Baptist, son of BOB HAZLETT and EDNA HAZLETT.

Children of RITA HUBBARD and JOHN HAZLETT are:

50. i. TRAY RENEE15 HAZLETT, b. South Coralina.

51. ii. RHONDA MICHELLE HAZLETT.

iii. KAREN HAZLETT.

iv. DAVID HAZLETT.

 

 

46. RONNIE14 ESTES (ANNA MONROE "SIS"14 HUBBARD, HENRY MONTERVILLE13, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) He married KATHY YOUNG, daughter of VERNON YOUNG and GLADYS YOUNG.

Child of RONNIE ESTES and KATHY YOUNG is:

i. JAKE15 ESTES.

 

 

Generation No. 13

 

47. BRIAN ROBERT15 HUBBARD (WILLIAM ROBERT15, CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"14, HENRY MONTERVILLE13, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born October 03, 1966. He married KIM.

Child of BRIAN HUBBARD and KIM is:

i. HALLEY16 HUBBARD.

 

 

48. CRAIG ROY15 HUBBARD (WILLIAM ROBERT15, CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"14, HENRY MONTERVILLE13, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born February 17, 1971. He married (1) JENNIFER SIMPSON. He married (2) TRACY DOSS.

Child of CRAIG HUBBARD and JENNIFER SIMPSON is:

i. TYLER RYAN16 HUBBARD.

 

Child of CRAIG HUBBARD and TRACY DOSS is:

ii. BRALEY16 HUBBARD.

 

 

49. MARTIN LEROY15 YOUNG (DEANNA15 HUBBARD, CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"14, HENRY MONTERVILLE13, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) He married SISSY.

Children of MARTIN YOUNG and SISSY are:

i. GENTRY16 YOUNG.

ii. CHASTEN YOUNG.

 

 

50. TRAY RENEE15 HAZLETT (RITA MAE15 HUBBARD, CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"14, HENRY MONTERVILLE13, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) was born in South Coralina. She married DENNIS WEISKIRCHER in Germany.

Children of TRAY HAZLETT and DENNIS WEISKIRCHER are:

i. REAGEN16 WEISKIRCHER.

ii. LEYNA WEISKIRCHER.

 

 

51. RHONDA MICHELLE15 HAZLETT (RITA MAE15 HUBBARD, CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"14, HENRY MONTERVILLE13, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE12, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"11, JESSE10, ALSEY9 HALL, ISHAM8, MARTHA SCOTT7 BOLLING, ROBERT JR6, JANE5 ROLFE, LT. THOMAS4, JOHN3, JOHN2 ROFLE, HENRY1 RODLE) She married JACK GALLAWAY.

Child of RHONDA HAZLETT and JACK GALLAWAY is:

i. FAITH JACKSON16 GALLAWAY.

THE ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS
OF
JOHN ROLFE
WITH NOTICES OF SOME CONNECTED FAMILIES


The following material was provided by Donna Eldridge. It is hoped that this information will make some connection to the Bolling Family of Butler County a little clearer. It is broken down into two parts.


[This is part of an unpublished and unfinished section of a projected book which was to treat of "The Colonial Councillors of Virginia and Their Descendants." The biographical portion was nearly completed; but the account of the descendants of John Rolfe, the earliest councillor whose descendants can be traced, showed, even though this is not complete, that the preparation of the genealogies would be a work which would require more time than the compilers could possible spare. It was not proposed to reprint the later geneations treated of in well-known and reliable works, such, for instance, as those in Robertson's Descendents of Pocahontas; but to give references to them. The plan also was that where one branch of a family was descended, through female lines, from one councillor, while another branch could trace, also through females, to another, to give the whole family under the earliest councillor who appeared. This explains some of the Flemings and their descendants, the Webbs, appearing here. Some of the Flemings descended from John Rolfe, while others traced through the Randolphs to the Pages, who were councillors. In addition there were to be notes and addenda in regard to connected families not directly descended from any member of the Council]

ROLFE OF HEACHAM

The family of Rolfe was resident from an early date in the County of Norfolk, England. The immediate ancestors of John Rolfe lived at Hecahm near King's Lynn in that County, and the earliest record of the direct line is of two brothers, Robert and Eustace Rolfe, who were born at Heacham about 1539. Robert married Margaret Crowe and was ancestor of a prominent family at Lynn, and Eustace Rolfe married at Heacham, May 27, 1560, Joanna Jenner. Eustace and Joanna had a son John Rolfe, of Heacham, who was born October 17, 1562, married Dorothea Mason, Sept. 24, 1582, died in 1594, and was buried at Heacham Church, December 1st of that year.
In the Church is a brass with a Latin inscription to this John Rolfe. The following is a translation which has been furnished us:
"John Rolfe, gentleman, of Hitcham died on the twenty-nineth day of November, in the year of our Lord, 1594, in the thirty-second year of his age. While he lived he was of much service to his fellows; his wish to enrich all his neighbors and kinsfolk by assisting the poor with his wealth; nothing could be kinder than he was; he bore the insults of many men quietly without offence; by exporting and importing such things as England abounded in or needed, he was of the greatest service, inasmuch as he spent both pains and labor upon it. Thus he seemed to die as the force of fire is quenched by excess of water. For his strength was unimpaired, nor had he completed many years when he died. His death brought grief to many, but he had done nobly upon the consciousness of a well spent life, and the record of many benefits not allowed to die utterly:"
John Rolfe had, no doubt, been a successful merchant at Lynn. Rolfe had, with other issue, 1. Eustace, and 2. John (twins) baptized May 6, 1585; 3. Edward, baptized Feb, 22, 1591. There was another son, Henry, afterwards a merchant in London and a member of the Virginia Company, who is included in a manuscript pedigree mentioned by Mrs. Jones in her Old Sandringham.
The Rolfes of Heacham Hall long remained among the gentry of Norfolk. One of them was sheriff of the county about 1760. In 1837 to the property. The well-known portrait of Pocahontas descended to the present time through the Rolfes and their relations in Norfolk.
Heacham Hall has been in part rebuilt and enlarged, but a considerable portion of the old house remains and is shown in the accompanying illustration.
Two English books Old Sandringham, by Mrs. Herbert Jones and The King's Homeland contain interesting notices of Heacham and the Rolfes.
[Since this account was prepared the compiler has been informed that Mr. Wilson Miles Cary of Baltimore, the distinguished genealogist, who spent some time in England, thinks that he has discovered that John Rolfe, of Virginia, was not a son of John and Dorothea Rolfe, but belonged to another branch of the same family. The proof is not yet positive, but Mr. Cary is still having the matter investigated and has promised to give this Magazine the result of his researches]

JOHN ROLFE

John Rolfe the son of John and Dorothea Rolfe married in England and sailed for Virginia in May 1609. The ship in which he came was wrecked on the Bermudas and here a daughter was born, who was named Bermuda and christened Feb. 11, 1609-10. They reached Virginia in May 1610 and Rolfe's wife and child had either died at the Bermudas or only lived a short time after reaching Virginia.
He became a prominent member of the Colony and is said to have been the first person to sugest the cultivation of tobacco. Early in April 1614 his celebrated marriage with Pocahontas took place. Though evidently greatly attached to her, he had wrestling in spirit (he had much of the Puritanism so prevalent in the eastern counties of England) before he could make up his mind to marry one of the heathen birth.
He wrote to Governor Dale: "Nor am I out of hope but one day to see my countrie, nor so void of friends, nor mean of birth, but there to obtain a match to my great content", but love was stronger than his fears. The curious and interesting letter referred to is most accessible in Meade's "Old Churches & Families of Virginia", I. 126-129.
In 1616 Rolfe and Pocahontas went to England and her reception there and the interest she excited are well known.
They were about to set sail for Virgnia, on their return, when Pocahontas died at Gravesend and was buried in the Church there March 21, 1616-17. Some confusion has been caused by John Rolfe's name appearing on the register as "Thomas Wrolfe;" but this is no doubt to be accounted for by the fact that he was a stranger only at Gravesend to embark, and that the clerk or rector made a mistake in the name. The Virginia Society of Colonal dames will at an early date erect a memorial to Pocahontas in Gravesend Church.
He tried to bring his infant son Thomas with him to Virginnia; but when the ship touched at Plymouth it was obvious that the child could not stand the voyage, and he was left there with Sir Lewis Stukeley, until he could be transferred to the care of his uncle Henry Rolfe of London.
On his return to Virginia Rolfe wrote a letter to Sir Edwin Sandys dated Jamestown, June 8, 1617 in which he speaks of his grief at the death of Pocahontas and explains why he had to leave his son. This letter was printed in this Magazie X 134-138.
In the year 1617 Rolfe was appointed Recorder and Secretary General of the Colony, and in 1619 was a member of the Council. As a member of this body he sat in the first Amerian legislature, the Virginia Assembly of 1619, and is the only member of that Assembly who is known to have descendants living at the present day. He married in or before 1620 Jane, daughter of Captain William Pierce (also of the Virginia Council) and had a daughter Elizabeth born 1620. John Rolfe died in 1622 and it is probable that he was killed in the great Indian Massacre of that year. In addition to the letters referred to Rolfe was the author of a "relation" of events in Virginia. Smith, Hamor and all of the early writers speak of him as an honest and worthy gentleman.
His will has been published (in abstract) in Waters' "Gleanings" and is as follows:
John Rolfe, of James City in Virginnia, Esq., dated 10 March 1621, proved May 21, 1630 [in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury] by William Pyers [Pierce], Father-in-law William Pyers, gentleman, to have charge of the two small children of very tender age. A parcel of land in the Country or Continent of Virginia, to son Thomas Rolfe and his heirs, failing his issue to my daughter Elizabeth; [The land here bequeathed was no doubt the "Smiths Fort" tract], next to my right heirs. Land on Mulberry Island Virginia, to my wife Jane, during her natural life then to daughter Elizabeth. To my servant Robert Davies twenty pounds. Witnesses: Temperance Yeardley, Richard Buck, John Cartwright, Robert Davys and John Milwarde.

THOMAS ROLFE

Thomas Rolfe, the son of John Rolfe and Pocahontas was born in Virginia in 1615 and was taken to England by his parents. When his mother died and his father returned to Virginia, im March 1616-17 he was left at Plymouth under the care of sir Lewis stukeley, who became so notoroious and generally detested for his treachery to Sir Walter Raleigh. Thomas Rolfe was afterwards removed to the care of his uncle Henry Rolfe, of London, who was a member of the Virginia Company. The boy remained with him for a number of years. On August 23rd 1618 the Virginia Company wrote to Governor Argall in Virginia. "We cannot imagine why you should give us warning that Opechankano and the natives have given the country to Mr. Rolfle's child and that they reserve it from all others until he comes of years." It would appear from this that the Indians were supposed to have intended that Thomas Rolfe should succeed to the chieftanship of the Powhattans.
In October 1622 Mr. Henry Rolfe petitioned the Virginia Company requesting that he be paid out of the estate of his brother John Rolfe for having brought up the son of his brother and Pocahontas. In a grant of land in 1635 to Captain William Pierce the name of Thomas Rolfe appears among the head rights. This probably indicates the time that he came to Virginia. He was then about twenty years old.
"He afterwards," says Stith, "became a person of fortune and distinction in the Colony." In 1641 he petitioned the Governor for permission to visit his aunt "Cleopatre and his Kinsman Opecancanough." In 1646 as "Lieutenant Thomas Rolfe" he was granted Fort Chickahominy and 600 acres adjoining on condition of keeping a guard there. Between that date and 1663 he patented a number of other tracts of land. There is recorded in Surry Country, in 1673, a deed dated June 20, 1654, from Thomas Rolfe to William Corker, conveying 120 acres in Surry, lying between "Smiths fort old field" and "the Devils' Woodyard," which was the property of Thomas Rolfe "by gift from the Indian King." It appears from various depositions recorded in surry that he at one owned the plantation called "Smiths fort," 1200 acres, at the mouth of Gray's Creek which he sold to Thomas Warren. One of the deponents states that he was present in 1654 with Mr. Thomas Rolfe in Mr. Warren's "fifty foot brick house" on "Smiths Fort" plantation soon after it was completed.
Warren's "Fifty foot brick house" is still standing, the oldest brick dwelling in Virginia to which a date can be assigned. The farm still called "Smiths Fort" now belongs to a prosperous negro farmer. In addition to the old house there is much of interest in the neighborhood. On John Smith's map of Virginia may be seen at the mouth of Gray's Creek opposite Jamestown, the inscription "The New Fort", Smith states that on 1608 or 1609 he built a fort as a place of refuge in case of being compelled to retreat from Jamestown "on a convenient river upon a high commanding eminence." It has been suggested foolishly, that this fort was the "Old Stone House" on Ware Creek in the upper part of James City County; but any retreat to this place would have been through dense forests which afforded ample cover for the Indians. It seems there can be no doubt that the fort Smith refers to was the "New Fort" on Gray's Creek, and that this was on the "Smith's Fort" tract. About a half mile from the brick house referred to is a high bluff, about the middle of a long bend in Gray's Creek. On the opposite side are wide marshes, and ravines at the sides of the bluff make it something of a promontory. Across the rear of the bluf traces of trenches can be distinctly seen, though the covering of leaves makes them, in the photograph, less distinct than they really are. There can be little doubt that we have here the remains of Smiths "New Fort."
Thomas Rolfe's wife is said (though there is no proof of the correctness of the statement) to have been a Miss Poythress, and he had an only child, Jane, who married in 1675 Col. Robert Bolling and died in 1676. Among the James City records (now destroyed) was the following deed, communicated to the "Southern Literary Messenger" by the once well-known Virginia antiquary, Richard Randolph: "This Indenture made 1st October 1698 between John Bolling of the County of Henrico and parish of Varina, Gent, son and heir of Jane late wife of Robert Bolling, of Charles City County, Gent, which Jane was the only child of Thomas Rolfe, dec'd, conveying to William Brown, of the parish of Wilmington, in the County of James City, one thousand acres of land commonly called the Fort on Chickahonimy River, as per patent granted to Thomas Rolfe (this was fort Chickahominy granted him in 1646).
Thomas Rolfe probably died in James City County, so the records in regard to his will death &c. have been destroyed along with all of the records of that County.

BOLLING OF YORKSHIRE AND LONDON

Cudworth's "History of Bolton and Bowling" (Bradford, 1891) contains a considerable amount of information in regard to the early history of the Bolling family, which was long resident in the vincinity of Bradford and Bolton. The author states that the spelling "Bowling" is a modernisation. The first mention he gives of the Bolling family is in a poll or head tax list of the inhabitants of the township of Bolling, in the year 1379. First in the list appears Johannes de Bollyng, Esquier, & uxor [wife] Vjs VIIjh (6sh-8d.)
"The principal contributor, who in fact paid more than all the remainder of the inhabitants of the township, was John de Bolling. He is therefore styled 'esqire.' The Bollings wre not only the first family of any importance which took its name from the township, but it was of considerable repute in this part of Yorkshire generally. The proofs of this fact are numerous. From evidences collected by Mr. Empsall, and presented to the Bradford Antiquarian Society, illustrating the entire history of this family, we learn that towards the close of the twelth century one Tristram Bolling was in the service of King John, and was largely concerned in his interests, and as reward he received property in Bolling. To this circumstance is ascribed the rise of the family.
In Kirby's Inquest (1296) William de Bolling is described as holding three carucates of land in Bolling, and shortly afterwards he was described as lord of the manor, which his descendants held for several centuries, and two of them gave common of pasture and a grant of land in Bolling to Kirtstall Abbey. Part of this land is supposed to be the site of Burnett Field. There is also evidence of land in Bolling having been granted to Kirtkstall Abbey as early as the reign of King John.
In a copy of Parliamentary writs we find the following entires: 'William de Bolling certified, pursuant to writ tested at Clepstone, 5th March, 1316, as lord of the township of Bollling, in the county of York.'
'Johannes de Bolling, one of the Commissioners of Array, in the Wapentake of Morley, in the county of York. Commission tested at York 25th September, 1318.'

By the marriage of Robert Bolling to Elizabeth, daughter of Roger Thornton, in 1349, the Bolling estate was increased by the addition of the manors of Thornton, Allerton and Denholme. In the survey of the manor of Bradford taken in 1342, the Bolling family appears somewhat prominently in connection with the barter and sale of property in Bradford.
Passing over a century, we come upon an interesting episode in the past history of Bolling, namely, the attainder for high treason of one Robert Bolling and the confiscation of his estates. In the Wars of the Roses many of the landowners of this neighbourhood were implicated, and none more deeply than Robert Bolling of Bolling Hall. Like many others of Yorkshire he espoused the cause of the Lancastrians, under the banner of Lord Clifford of Skipton Castle, and was at the battle of Towton on Palm Sunday, March 29th, 1461. In that sanguinary encouter 36,000 men were slain, and the Lancastrians were uterrly defeated. The result was very disastrous to the Bollings. For the part taken in it by Robert Bolling, he was convicted of high treason, attainted by order of Parliament, and deprived of his estates, the manor of Bolling being made over to a partisan of the King named Thomas Radclyfe. John James, in his 'History of Bradford,' gives an interesting account of this event, and quotes the following extract from a petition of Robert Bolling to King Edward IV. in 1475: "Humbly beseeching your Highness, your true liegeman, Robert Bolling, in the Shire of York, gentilman, sheweth, that in the Parliament holden at Westminister, the 4th November, in the first year of your Highnesss's reign, the said Robert was attainted of high treason, and that his lands were forfeited from the 4th March preceding; that suppliant was never against your Highness in any field or journey, except on Palme Sunday, in the first year of your most noble reigne, whereto he was dryven, not of his oune proper wille, nor of malice towards your Grace, but oonly by compulsion, and by the most drad proclamations of John, then Lord Clyfford, under whose daunger and distresse the lyvelode of your suppliant lay."
Notwithstanding that letters of pardon were granted him, Robert Bolling and his family of ten children were reduced to great straits from the loss of his estates, but these he subsequently recovered and added much to them.
Robert Bolling made his will at Bolling Hall, October, 1485, desiring to be buried before the high altar of Bradford Church, to which he left benefactions. to Amica his daughter he left 10. The residue of his personalty, in three parts, one to James, William, Umphrey, Raynbron, and Troilus, his sons; one for masses for his soul; and a third to Isabel, his wife. The testator thus disposes of his lands: --
'I have enfeoffed Edward Goldsborough, one of the barons of our Lord the Kyng, of his escheaur; Ed. Redmanye, one of the esquiers of his body: Ed. Cresacre, parson, of Arksey; and James Bolling, my son, in the manors of Bolling, Thornton, and Denholme, and of all the halfendole of my manor of Haynesworth--to myself for my life. In suffrance, Isabel, my wyfe, to have all the yerely issue of the halfendole of the landes at Mikill Bolling, and to have her dower of Haynesworth. I do order a gyft to Jamys, William, Umfre, Raynbron, and Troilus Bolling, my sons of 40s., by the yere out of thornton, Hethlee, and Sowden; after their decease to remayne to Trystram Bolling, my son and heir, and the heires males of his bodie.'
Of the two of the sons of Robert Bolling - Tristram and Raynbron-interesting evidence exist. Raynbron, the younger brother, was bailiff of the manorial property at Bradford vested in the Duchy of Lancaster, and held a lease of the manorial mills, &c, which in the 'Rolls Chronicles' is set forth in the following terms: - "1448, 8 March. - Lease to farm by the advice of the Council of the Duchy of Lancaster, for 7 years from Michaelmas last past before date of present letters, to Raynbron Boleling, yeoman of the King's Crown, of the cloth fulling and corn mill, toll, stallage, and agistment of cattle in Bradford Bank, with the perquisites and shops beneath the Halls of Pleas of the town and Lordship of Bradford, Co. York, at an annual rent of ixl. viijd."
In making the most of his bailiwick, Raynbron incurred considerable odium among the inhabitants of Bradford, and a suit was instituted in the Duchy Court for extortion and wrongoing of which the following is the substance, extracted froom the Duchy of Lancaster Pleadings in the Record Office:--
'18, Hen. VII.--Richard Tempest and others, freeholders and King's tenants of Bradford township, and plaintiffs. Raynbron Bolling, the King's bailiff, and others defendants. Deputed titles to lands, tolls of markets, partiality of kin, &c.

Contra, Pleading --

"Raynbron Bolling, bailiff of Bradford, and Godfrey Foljambe, Feodary of Tickill Honor, plaintifs. Rich. Tempest, defendant, and others.

To the right worshipful Chancellor Duchy of Lancaster.
"We, Richard Tempest and Robert Leventhorp, esquires; Thos. Thornton, Wm. Rookes, John Rookes, Thos. Ellys, John Rawson, John Feld, James Webster, Thomas Bower, Wm. Bancke, Robt. Ledgard, Richd. Bancke, and others, freeholders and the King's tenants of the township of Bradford; John Threapland, John Ellingsworth, Rich. Hollins, John Whitacre, Thos. Aldersley, &c., freeholders and Kings tenants of Allerton; John Wilkinson, Thos. Roper, Wm. Byrkenshaw &c., tenants and freeholders of Thornton; Robt. Midgeley, William Mortymer, of Clayton; Richard Broadly, Thos. Stead, of Bowling; Christopher Sharp, James Sharp, Christopher Sharp, James Sharp, Christopher Thornton, &c., of Horton; Joseph Thornton, Roger Thornton, &c., of Heaton; William Northrop, Laurence Ellynworth, William Jowett, Thos. Mortymer, Richard Rodes, &c., of Manningham, deposed that whereas three faires have been held and kept within the lordship which were a great resort of merchants, chapmen, and others of the king's lieges of divers parts for the purpose of selling their wares to the great weal of the King's tenants of the said lordship and to the country adjoining. That Raynbron Bolling, the bailiff of the said lordship, wrongfully, by him and his deputies, taking excessive and unreasonable tolls of your said orators and others the King's tenants and others the King's lieges resorting to the said faires, the said merchants and chapmen have withdrawn themselves and their merchandise from the said faires, and that thereby the said faires are greatly decreased, to the great hurt of all the King's tenants and fermers and freeholders of the said lordship; and also that the said Raynbron Bolling, by reason of levying excessive mulcture at the King's mylnes to the great hurt of your orators and taking the cattel of your orators and keeping them in secret places, so that your said orators cannot gain knowledge of them, and after keeping them a certain time claiming the said cattel as waifs and strays to his own uses; that in the 16th year of Hen. VII. he caused certain women to shear twenty sheep of the King's tenants so that they were not known again by their owners; that he will not suffer any sheep of your orators to be unclipped after Whit-Sunday, but if there are the said bailiff will take them and cause them to be clipped, claiming and taking the wool to his own uses and to the great hurt of the King's tenants; that on the 5th of June, in the 17 of Hen. VII, he took from Ellen, late wife of Tristram Bolling, five ewes; from Elizabeth Bristowe, two key; and from Wiliam Wright one cow; that one William Gordon, a Scotch chapman, who was coming from Halifax with three packs of wool, wasy waylaid by the said bailiffs upon Manningham Moor, because the said chapman ought to have come through Bradford and paid toll, and cast him down and beat him, and caused him to pay 6s. 8d. and above in money.'
Raybron's answer, which is filed in the Duchy records, states:--'That there were two very great faires every year at Bradford, on the day of the Feast of St. Andrew, and the day of St. Peter in Cathedra, three days every fair--that he had to attend upon the King's daughter, the Queen of Scots, into Scotland, and in his absence Sir Richard Tempest went into the Tolbooth of Bradford and threatended his servants (the servants of the King's bailiff) if they took toll. That the inhabitants of Clayton, at the instigation of Sir Richard Tempest, waylaid John Aldworth, whom the said bailiff had sent to gather toll, and beat him unmercifully. So that he had been little able to do any work since; that the said Tempest had ordered all his servants and retainers, and had encouraged all others, to beat down the bailif's servants when they gathered toll, and declared that no man should bear rule in Bradford but himself.'
This interesting episode is illustrative of the exactions resorted to by the emissaries of King Henry VII., who made use of them to extort money and to heap up wealth for his own ends, which was the ruling object of his existence.

Tristram Bolling, the eldest son of Robert Bolling, the attainted possessor of Bolling Hall, married Beatrix, daughter of Sir Walter Calverley, of Calverley. He was a man of great courage, and was most loyal to the Lancastrina party, so much so that he appears to have idolized Henry VI. In his behalf he fought alongside his father at Towton, but, being young, escaped further consequences than the disastrous defeat of his party. He died at Chellow, near Manningham, leaving an heiress, Rosamund, who had become the wife of Sir Richard Tempest, of Bracewell. We give a copy of his will on account of its quaintness of spelling and the information it contains:--
Will of Tristram Bolling, of Chellow
April 7, 1502. Proved August 2.
'I, Tristram Bolling, of Chellow, to be buryd in the high quere of my parish church of Bradforth, and I bequeath in honour of my mortuary my best horse wt. sadyll & brydll, jake, salet, bowe and harnes, sword and bockler, as I went to the warr. I bequeath unto the aulter of Synt Kateryn afore the image of King Henry the vj. one vestment with albe preist iijs. iiijd. To one priest for saying for my saule xxs. and li. wax to be brend upon my sepulture, and iiijd. for the wast of every torch brynnyng about my body the day of my buryall. To every man beyryng me to the church iiijd. I will yet all my manners, lands &c., being my inheritance after the decease of Robert Bolling my fader or any other tytll of right here-after remayne after my decease unto Richard Tempest and Rosamunde my doghter and wyff unto the said Richard and to ther heyrs forever mor. I will that my wyff Elyne during her lyve have a yearly rent for her thirds out of my said manners, &c. To my son Edward Bolling all my lands purchased in the toun of Bradford except a messe, and one tenement lying beside the parich chirch, which I will remayn unto Thos. Tempest, son of Richard Tempest aforesaid. to the said Thos. Tempest one messe soom tyme in the holdynge of Allison Dyn-Gurd. To John Tempest, son unto ye said Richard Tempest, one tenement called Rowley and one tenement in Thornton beside Bradford newly bylded. I wyll that Edwd. Robertshaw take half a coile pytt at Clayton dewring one yere, and my wyff the other half, and then the said coile pytt to remayne to the foresaid Rich. Tempest and hys wyff. I order as executors Nicholas Tempest, Edward Bollynge, and Cudberd Lenthrope, my son Richard Tempest being superviseare.
Giffen at Chellow. Pro. 3 June, 1502'
The estates of Tristram Bolling comprised the manors of Bolling and Thornton, and lands in Little Bolling, Bradford, Clayton, Allerton, Wilsden, Hainworth, Horton, and Denholme. He thus left the bulk of is property to his daughter Rosemund, wife of Sir Richard Tempest, although he had a son, Edward, by his second wife, who suceeded him in the Chellow estates, which comprised the manor of Chellow, and a substantial residence.

THE BOLLINGS OF CHELLOW

Although by the marriage of Rosamund, the daughter and heiress of Tristram Bolling, to Sir Richard Tempest, the ancient family estates left the main branch of the Bolling family, it is evident that the line was carried on at Chellow. Chellow is a hamlet of the township of Heaton, and was a separate manor at the time of the Domesday Survey. The Bollings continued at chellow for a very long period; Edward Bolling, the son of Tristram (father of Rosamond), succeeding his father there, he in turn being succeeded by his son Tristram.
The last of this branch of the Bollings in the male line was William Bolling, to whose memory a monument ws erected in the Bradford Parish Church. He was living at Chellow in 1698, but appears to have removed to a little farmstead called the "Temple", at the top of Crow Tree Lane, Manningham, which was also his property, leaving Chellow Grange to his son John. William Bolling married in 1688, Mary Lister, of Frizinghall, and died in 1730, leaving a brother Edward and a sister Mary. His own son, John, died in 1729, a year before his father. He rebuilt the old house at Chellow, and inserted on a stone the record--I.B. 1720. Another stone contained the initials W. B. and the date 1689."
It appears from a list made in the time of Henry VIII, that "Dame Rosamund Tempest, late Wiffe of Sir Ric. Tempest, Knyght," had in her household Edward, and Godfray Bollyng, who came both equipped with "horse and harnes" (armor)
Dame Rosamund's relations with her half-brother Edward Bolling, of Chellow, are somewhat ob'scure. From a deed pole dated one year after the death of her husband, Rosamund makes over to him propety in Wilsden, as follows:
"31 Henry VIII, June 20
Rosamund Tempest, relict of Sir Rich. Tempest, Kt. gives to Edward Bollyng, of chellowe, one messuage, with buildings and appurtenances, in Wylsden; and lands &c, called Wytham, in the township of Allerton, abutting on the Hardyng Becke or Hardes Broke on the South and North, on Cottingley Park on the east, and on the high road from Bradford to Keighley on the west. To pay one red rose in the time of roses should it be demanded.
Witness - Thos Bollynge,
Randolph Wilman,
Laurence Royds"

This property was afterwards confirmed to Tristram, son of Edward Bolling.
One member of the Bolling family mentioned by Cudworth may be noted. On November 12, 1494, William Bolling one of the Barons of the Exchequer granted to Sir Richard Tempest, the remainder of a lease of the corn and fulling mills at Bradford.
Bolling Hall is the most inteesting relic of a past age in the immediate vicinity of Bradford. Dr. Whitaker thus describes it. "The Hall is a large majestic looking building with a centre and two deep wings to the North, and has been built at different periods. The South front opening to the garden is terminated by two square towers of considerable but uncertain antiquity. The rest, I think, may be safely assigned to the Tempests, in the reign of Elizabeth. Within the towers are two deeply emb windows, and between them the hall, which has one vast window of many square headed lights. It is about thirty feet long and has a plain plaster ceiling which probably covers a fine oaken roof." Ascending the oak stair case, admission is gained to the "Ghost Chamber" which occupies the Western bay, and here, it is said, the redoubtable ghost appeared which struck terror into the heart of the Earl of New Castle the royaliust commander during the siege of Bradford and caused him to forego his intention of putting the town to the sack. * * * The chief feature of interst in the room, however, is the mantle piece, which is of carved oak reaching to the full height of the room. It is supported by two fluted columns, which support a canopy ornamented with oak & vine leaves, and contains two portraits painted on panels, said to be those of Lady Rosamond the last of the Bollings of Bolling and her husband Sir Richard Tempest. In the work which has been quoted at such length are views of Bolling Hall and of the mantelpiece and portraits.
Mr. Cudworth speaks of the Virgina Bollings, who descend from a branch of the family, which had settled in London, as being now the representatives of the ancient family of Bolling, of Bolling Hall.
The "Vistation of London," 1633-34, contains the following pedigree of Bolling.

Tristram Bollyng of Bradford in Com. Yorke
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Edward Bollyng of Bradford in = Magdelene da. of Gabriell Greene
Com. Yorke, sonne and heir I in Horsforth Com. Yorke
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Robert Bollyng of London, Sadler = Anne da. Tho. Clarke of
and Silk Throwster, now living 1633 I London
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2. Edward 1 John Bollyng eldest sonne 3. Thomas Annis

The arms which accompany the pedigree are the same of those of the Virginia Bollings.
Following is a copy of the will of the Robert Bolling, of London, who was living in 1633 and signed the pedigree. We are indebted to Mr. Lothrop Withington for the copy. There can be no doubt that Robert Bolling, the emigrant to Virginia was a son of John Bolling, "eldest sonne." An examination of the registers of all Hallows Barking would doubtless confirm this. And a thorough examination of Yorkshire records might furnish proof as to the exact place in the pedigree of the Bollings of Bolling Hall, of the Tristram Bolling of the visitation pedigree.
In the name of god Amen, the Fift day of September Anno Domini One thousand six hundred thirtie nyne and in the Fifteenth yeare of the raigne of our soveraigne Lord Charles by the grace of Gode Kings of England Scotlande France and Ireland defender of the Faith I Robert Bowlinge of the parish of Alhallowes Barking Cittizen and Throwster of London, being att the present sicke and weake in body, but of good and perfect minde and memorie praised bee Allmightie god therefore Doe make and declare this my present Testament conteyning therein my last will in manner and forme following (that is to say) First and principally I recommend my soule into the handes of Almightie God my mercifull Father and Jesus Christ his onely sonne my blessed Saviour and Mediator by whose pretious death, merittes and intercession alone I trust and firmely beleeve to receave a full and free pardon and forgiveness of all my sinnes, and life everlasting, my body I commit to the earth from whence it came, to be buried in desent and christian manner in the parish Church of Allhallows aforesaid. And my will and minde is that all such debts that I shall owe att the tyme of my death to any person or persons whatsoever whether of right or conscience shalbe iustle and truelie paid by my Executrix hereafter named with the most convenient speede that may bee And after my Debts and funerall charges paid and deducted that small estate that the lorde in mercie hath lent vnto me. I doe devide order and dispose according to the ancient and laudable Custome of the said Cittie of London whereof I am a Freeman Into three iust and equall partes whereof one full thirde parte I give leave and bequeath vnto my deare and loveing wife Anne Bowling as of right and according to the saide Custome belonging to her' one other thirde parte thereof I leave and bequeath vnto and amongst my children John, Edward, Thomas, and Anne Bowlinge, to be equallie and indifferentlie parted and devided amongst them. The other thirde parte commonlie called and by the said custome reputed the testators parte I doe give, bequeath, order and dispose in manner and forme following (that is to say) First I will and devise that my said wife Anne Bowlinge shall have and enjoy her owne proper vse forever Twoe of my five throwing milles with all instrumentes and implemtes therevnto respectively belonging And allsoe the other three Milles during the tyme that my said sonn Edward shall have to serve mee by his Indentures of Apprenticehood And the said three Milles with all ymplementes tooles and apurten'nces to them respectively belonging I doe give and bequeath vnto the said Edward Bolling willing my said wife to deliver the same unto him att the end of the said apprenticehood. Item I give and bequeath vnto the said Edward as a special legacie in regarde to his paines and indistrie in my affairs the some of fiftie poundes of lawfull money of England. Item I give and bequeath vnto my eldest sonne John Bowling and vnto my sonne Thomas Bowling Five and Twentie pounds apeece of like money. Item I give and bequeath vnto my loving daughter Anne Bowling the some of one Hundred pounds of like money Item I give and bequeath vnto my sister Beatrix Creswell Fortie shillinges as legacies in remembrances of me. Item I give and bequeath vnto the poore people of the said parish of Allhallows Barking Fortie shillinges Item I give and bequeath vnto either of my friends and kynsmen Charles Harris and John Lee, and to my good friends Mr. William Hart, Throwster, and Mris Elizabeth Pollarde, to every of them Twentie shillings apeece remembrance of mee. The rest and residue of all and singular my goods, chattels, household stuffe, plate, debts, rights, and creditts whatsoever and wheresoever (after my said debts, funerall charges and legacies paid and decuted) I doe give and bequeat vnto my said loveing and carefull wife Ann Bowling whome I make, appointe, and declare the full and sole Executrix of this my present testament and last will And I do enominate appointe and allsoe intreate my said good freinds Charles Harris and John Lee to be Overseers and assistantes vnto my said Executrix in the due performance of my present testament and last will And I doe hereby vtterlee revoke renounce and make voide all former wills legacies and bequests at any tyme heretofore be me made and bequeath. And doe hereby pronouse and dlecare this my present to be my last will and none other nor otherwise. In witness whereof to this my present testament consisting of three sheetes of paper, the twoe former subscribed with my hands. And to this third I have sett mt hand and seale Dated the day, and yeare first wthn written per me Robert Bolling, Read, signed, sealed, published and declared by the saide Robert Bolling to be his last will and testament in the pn'nce of Abell Lucoum, Gregorie Smith, and Ch'r Townsend, Scr. Proved before the Veneralb William Sames, L.L.D. surrogate for Sir Henry Marten, LL.D. the master Keeper or Commissary of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury 13 November 1639 by the oath of Anne Bowling, relict of the defunct and executrix.
190 Harvey.

BOLLING OF VIRGINIA

Until a few years ago when the fragments were removed to a family burial vault in Petersburg, the broken tomb of Col. Robert Bolling, the immigrant, remained at
"Kippax," Prince George County. It bore the Bolling arms and the following epitaph:
"Here lyeth interred in hope of a joyful resurrection, the body of Robert Bolling, the son of John and Mary Bolling, of Allhallows, Barkin Parish, Tower Street, London. He was born the 26th of December in the year 1646, and came to Virginia October the 2d, 1660, and departed this life the 17th day of July, 1709, aged sixty-two years, six months and twenty-one days."
As these dates show, Robert Bolling was only fourteen years of age when he came to the colony and was doubtless, in the care of some friend. In early manhood he engaged in trade as a merchant, and the firm of "Robert Bolling and Company" is referred to in the records of several counties, showing that their business was extensive. He was also a planter and acquired large tracts of land. His residence was in Charles City County, on the south side of James River in what is now Prince George County. The name of the plantation where he lived, "Kippax," did not probably originate with him, as he had, so far as is known, no reason for given the name.
The first public office which he held was, doubtless, that of justice of Charles City County, and he was sheriff of that county in 1692 and 1699 (Va. Mag. Hist. and Biog. i, 234). In 1702 he was still a justice. He was member of the House of burgesses for Charles City at the sessions of April 1688, april 1692, and April 1699 and for Prince George, April 1704 (Va. Mag. Hist. and Biog. XV, 332, 438, 441, and Colonial Va. Register). In 1705 he is styled, in a land patent, Col. Robert Bolling," which indicates that he was then Colonel of the Prince George militia.
Col. Bolling probably acquired much land by purchase, as his grants were not extensive. There is on record in Henrico County a deed dated March 1700-1701, from Stephen Cocke to Robert Bolling, merchant, of Bristol parish, Charles City Co., conveying 240 acres north of the Appomattox River, part of a plantation called Old Town. His grants comprised about 1760 acres in Bristol Parish, 50 acres in Henrico Co., and 1973 acres in Prince George on Moccasoneck Creek and Nottoway River. The last grant, dated May 7, 1706 was to "Collo. Robert Bolling." His first grant was in 1682 to "Robert Bolling, Gent."
there is in the Virginia State Library an old volume of the laws of Virginia known as "Purvise's Collection," which once belonged to Robert. A fly leaft contaiins an entry which gives the dates of his birth and arrival in Virginia as they appear on his tomb, and continues, "& in the year 75 married Jane the daughter of Thomas Rolfe, gent, by whom he had one son, John Bolling, born ye 26th day of Jan'y 1676. She dying [in 1676-Bolling Memoirs] he married a second venture Anne ye daughter of Major John Stith in ye year 1681, by whom he hath Robt Bolling born Jan ye 25th 1686, ditto Stith Bolling Borne March ye 28th 1686, ditto Edward Bolling borne ye first day of October 1687, ditto Ann Bolling borne ye 22d of July 1690, ditto Drury Bolling borne ye 21st day of June 1695, ditto Thomas Bolling borne ye 30th day of March 1697-8 & Agnes Bolling borne ye 30th November 1700, and that god almighty may bless these blessings shall be the continuall prayer of their father Robt Bolling."
A genealogy of the descendants of Robert Bolling, eldest son of the second marriage is given Slaughter's History of Bristol Parish. This branch, though always prominent, does not come within the scope of the present account. A carefully prepared and complete account of the descendants of the second marriage of Col. Bolling, would be a valuable addition to Virginia genealogy, especially if illustrated by the splendid collection of family portraits. The Petersburg branch, like their cousins of the other line, have a portrait of the emigrant, and it is believed of every generation from him to the present time.
As Dr. Slaughter did not give any of the offices held by the younger branches of the family it may be well to add them here. Robert Bolling, Burgess for Prince George at the sessions of May 1723, May 1723, May 1726, and May 1730. Alexander Bolling Burgess for Prince George at the sessions of March 1756, Sept. 1756, April 1757, March 1758, March 1758, Sept. 1758, Nov. 1758, Feb. 1759, Nov. 1759, March, May and October 1760, March 1761, Nov. 1766, and March 1767. Robert Bolling Burgess for Dinwiddie at the sessions of March 1756, Sept. 1756, April 1757, March 1758, Nov. 1761, Jan. 1762, March 1762, Nov. 1762, May 1763, Jan 1764, Oct 1764, May 1765, Nov. 1766, March 1767, May 1769, Nov. 1769, Feb. 1772, March 1773, and May 1774.
Col. Robert and Jane 3 (Rolfe) Bolling had issue:
I. - John 4, born Jan. 27, 1676, died April 20, 1729, married Dec. 1697, Mary Kennon.
I. - Major John 4 Bolling of "Cobbs," Henrico Co. (now Chesterfield; born Jan. 27, 1676, died at "Cobbs" April 20, 1729; married, December 1697 (License dated Dec. 29th - Henrico Records), Mary, daughter of Richard Kennon, of "Conjurer's Neck," Henrico Co. (now Chesterfield).
John Bolling, who from his rank in the Henrico militia was sytled Major John Bolling, "devoted himself," says the Bolling Memoirs,* "to commerce. He had a gay, lively, penetrating spirit. He lived at Cobbs, on Appomattox River, where he received all the profits of an immense trade with the Indians, and enjoyed at the same time all the pleasures of Society; for which never was there a person better formed."
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Robert Bolling of "Chellowe", Buckingham County, wrote in French, about 1764, "A Memoir of a Portion of the Bolling Family, of England and Virginia". It remained in manuscript until 1868, when a handsome edition, a translrtion, was published by the well kuown Virginia Antiquary, the late Thomas H. Wynne. Mr. Wynne added many notes and obtained the permission of Mr. Thomas Bolling, ower of a long series of Bolling portraits to have them photographed for reporduction. The book contains the following portraits" (1) Col. Robert Bolling, the emigrant; (2) John Bolling, the son; (3) Mary Kennon wife of John Bolling; (4) John Bolling, Jr.; (5) Elizabeth Blair, wife of John Bolling, Jr.; (6) Thomas Bolling, son of John Jr.; (7) Betty Gay, wife of Thomas Bolling; (8) Richard Randolph, of "Curls"; (9) Jane Bolling, his wife; (10) Richard Randolph, Jr., of "Curls"; (11) Ann Meade, his wife; (12) William Bolling of "Bolling Hall"; (13) Mary Randolph, his wife; (14) Anne Meade Bolling, daughter of William Bolling; (15) Portrait of a minister called "Rev. Hugh Blair"; as there was no such person in Virginia, the subject of this portrait is no doubt Rev. James Blair, President of William and Mary College, and uncle of the wife of John Bolling, Jr.; (16) Judge John Robertson. The originals of all these portraits, except the last, are now owned by Mr. Richard Bolling, who also has another portrait of Betty (Gay) Bolling, with two children; of a "Captain Bolling", of U.S. Senate or Thomas Bolling Robertson, of Louisiana, and of Richard and John Morris, of Hanover Co., VA. All of Mr. Bollings portraits have for a number of years been loaned to the Virginia Historical Society. When Mr. Wynne, obtained permission to reproduce the portraits for publication, it is stated that he has very fine water-color copies made and these were photographed for his book. A comparison shows that these portrais were admirably copied. The photographic negatives of all of these portraits are now the property of Mr. H. P. Cooke, photographer, Richmond, Va. Other portraits of members of this branch of the Bolling family are in existance.
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Besides his business as a merchant Major Bolling was an extensive planter, and also took an active part in public affairs. He was a justice of Henrico in 1699, and in 1707, when he is styled Captain. He appears to have lived in Charles City County in early life, as there is recorded in Henrico, a deed, dated August 1697, from Bartholomew Fowler, gent., of James City Co., to John Bolling, gent., of Charles City Co., conveying 100 acres in Henrico called Varina. It is believed that John Bolling was already in possession of land here inherited from his ancestor John Rolfe.
Major John Bolling was a member of the House of Burgesses for Henrico County at the sessions of October 1710, Nov. 1711, Jan. 1712, Oct 1712, Nov. 1713, Nov. 1714, April 1718, May 1723, and may 1726 (Col. Va. Register).
"Cobbs" is on the left bank of the Appomattox in the County of Chesterfield. It is on quite a high bluff just below a bend in the river. Several wooded islands in front, the hills of Prince George across the river and the distant steeples of Petersburg show an extent of view which explains why John Bolling chose it as a plalce to build his home. The house at "Cobbs," a large frame building was destroyed by fire years ago. A rather crude drawing of it has been preserved.
In the fields near the house site fragments of wine bottles lettered "J. Bolling Cobbs," and "T. Bolling Cobbs" have been ploughed up. All the old tombs have been destroyed.
The will of John Bolling was dated April 29, 1727, and proved in Henrico October 1729. He gives his wife Mary the plantation called Cobbs, (600 acres) which he lived on, for her life; also his household stuff stock of horses, cattle, & c. & c. To "Mr. John Fleming who lately married my daughter Mary," 1207 acres over against Licking [Licking Hole Creek, now in Goochland], five acres, and a sum of money. States that he promised a portion of 430 (english pounds) to his daughter Mary. To his daughter Elizabeth Bolling 1200 acres adjoining the land given to John Fleming, and 200 (english pounds) in money. Gives land at Flat Creek, and certain slaves to be divided between his daughters Martha and Ann. To his grandson Richard Randolph 100 (english pounds). All remainder of estate to his son John. Major John and and Mary Bolling had issue:
+2. I. - John 5, b. Jan. 20, 1700; d. Sept. 6, 1757; married (I) Elizabeth, Lewis, Gloucester Co. she d. s. p., marrried (II) Aug. 1, 1728, Elizabeth Blair.
+3. II. - Jane 5, born 1703, died 1766; married Col. Richard Randolph, of "Curles," Henrico County.
+4. III. - Mar 5 born 1711, died Aug. 10, 1744; married Jan. 20, 1747, Col. John Fleming, of Goochland County. See "Fleming Family," p. II. (She is called "2d daughter" in Fleming Bible).
+5. IV. - Elizabeth 5, born 1709 ( ), died -; married Dr. William Gay, of Henrico and Chesterfield counties.
+6. V. - Martha 5, born 1713, died October 23d, 1749, married in 1727 ( ) Thomas Eldridge, of Henrico and Sussex Counties.
+7. VI. - Anne 5, born __, died 1800 married James Murray of "Athol Braes,' Amelia County.
2. JOHN 5 BOLLING, of "Cobbs", was born Jan. 20, 1700 and died September 6, 1757. He married (1) Elizabeth, daughter of John Lewis, of "Warner Hall", Gloucester County, who died shortly afterwards without issue; and (2) on Aug. 1, 1728, Elizabeth, daughter of Dr. Archibald Blair, of Williamsburg, and niece of Rev. James Blair, D. D., President of William and Mary College. She is stated in the Bolling Bible record to have married secondly _____ Bland, and died April 22, 1775.
Col. John Bolling (his rank in the Chesterfield militia) inherited a large property from his father and himself, added greatly to the estate. His son states in the Bolling Memoirs that he was for thiry years a Burgess, and for a long time before his death Commander of the Chesterfield militia and a Justice of the County Court.
During his father's life-time John Bolling lived on some of the family lands in Goochland County, and was a member of the House of Burgesses for that County at the session of February 1727-28. He was Burgess for Henrico at the sessions of May 1742, November 1744, Feb. 1745, July 1746, March 1747, October 1748, and April 1754, and for Chesterfield County Feburary 1752, November 1753, February 1754, August 1754, October 1754, May 1755, August 1755, October 1755, March 1756, September 1756, and April 1757.
The will of "John Bolling of the parish of Dale and County of Chesterfield, gentleman", was dated Sept. 4, 1749 and proved in 1757. He gave his wife Elizabeth, for her life, all his lands in Chesterfield and Henrico, except the land at the Point, where"John Bollling's warehouses" (tobacco warehouses) were situated, also the use of all negroes on said plantations, also his plantation in Goochland called Bolling's Island, over against Rock Castle low grounds; also six other negroes; also the use of all his plate with full power to bequeath said plate to such of his children as she might choose, also all his household stuff, stocks of horses, cattle, etc., on said plantations.
To his son Thomas that part of his land in Goochland called Licking Hole, lying above Licking Hole Creek.
To his son John the rest of the Licking Hole tract, also the mill on Beaver Dam Creek in Goochland, also all the land he (the testator) had on said creek, also the reversion (after his wife's death) of all his lands and houses in Henrico County on James River.
To son Robert all his lands on Willlis's Creek, and at Totere, or near the Seven Islands; also a small tract called Duguid's, and all his surveys, orders and entries of land above the same, and also all his entries on Rock Island Creek in Albemarle County.
To his son Edward all his lands in Lunenburg County on the branches of Falling River, 5000 acres, also his lands on roanoke River or Butcher Creek, also the reversion of his lands south of James River and north of Appamottox River, also his lands called Buffalo Lick on both sides of James River, and his entries, not patented, above Possum Creek.
To his daughter Anne Bolling so much money as will make the legacy given her by her aunt Ann Whiting amount to 500 (english pounds). To daughter Sarah Bolling so much money as will make her legacy from the same person amount to 500 (english pounds). The slaves given to his wife are after her death to be euqlly divided between his sons. States that as his son Thomas may claim a legacy given him by his (Thomas') Aunt Whiting, declares that whatever is given Thomas by this will is in lieu of said legacy. Friend Peter Randolph and son Thomas Bolling executors. Codicil dated Sept. 4, 1757. Gives his son Archibald 1200 acres in Bedford County on the brances of Rock Island Creek; to nephew Bolling Eldridge 400 acres at the same place, and also gives to son Archibald all the land called buffalo Lick formerly devised to Edward. Reduces legacies to daughters Anne and Sarah to 400 (english pounds) each.
The Bolling Memoris gives some farther details in regard to the will. It states that Thomas was given three-fourths of the Licking Hole plantation and Bolling's Island [which John Randolph of Roanoke said was as rich as any land on earth]; to John the other part of Licking Hole, a plantation in Goochland called Moulin, the Varina and Henrico tracts in Henrico County, and also a small tract in Chesterfield (where John, the legatee, lived at the time of his death); to Robert, a plantation ("Chellowe") near Willis's Mountain, another on James River near the Seven Islands and a small tract called Totere's, a league from the last towards the source of Willis's River; to Edward the plantations at Falling River, Butcher's River and Roanoke River, the house at "Cobbs" a tract on Swift Creek, the tobacco warehouses in Pocahontas (opposite Petersburg), a tract called the Old Town, also in Chesterfield, and all the land Col. Bolling possessed in Amherst County (which might amount to 6000 acres); to Archibald the part of Buffalo Lick tract which was in Bedford County, together with the Rock Island tract, 40,000 acres in all, and to his widow, during her life, Cobbs, Old Town, Varina, Swift Creek, Bolling's Island and about 40 slaves, the rest of the salves, about 150 in number being legally divided between his sons,
Col. John 5 and Elizabeth (Blair) Bolling had issue;
+8. I. Thomas 6, born July 7, 1735, died August 7, 1804; married Elizabeth Gay.
+9. II. John 6, born June 24, 1737, died 179_, married Martha Jefferson.
+10. III. Robert 6, born August 17, 1738, died 1769, married (1) Mary Burton; (2) Susan Watson.
11. IV. Mary 6, born July 6, 1744, died __, married 1761, Richard Bland, Jr., of "Jordans," Prince George County. It is singular that she is not named in her father's will.
12. V. Edward 6, born Sept. 9, 1746, died Aug. 10, 1770, unmarried. His will, in which he styles himself "of Chesterfield County", was dated July 13, 1769 and proved in Amherst Co., Oct. 1st 1770. He gave his brothers Thomas and John Bolling his plantation called Falling River; to his brother Robert Bolling his plantation called Buffalo Lick on the north side of James River, and also 7 negroes; to brother Archibald Bolling his plantation called Old Town and also his warehouses at Pocahontas and lots at Bermuda Hundred; to his sister Mary Bland, a negro woman Joan and all her children except Louisa; to sister Tazewell 100 (english pounds); to sister Anne Bolling his negro woman Louisa; to Cousin Bolling Eldridge, a negro man; to friend Richard Kidder Meade his man Jack and rest of estate to brother Archibald.
13. VI. Sarah 6, born June 16, 1748, died __; married Judge John Tazewell (for descendants, see Robertson's "Pocahontas and Her Descendants".
14. VII. Archiblad 6, born March 20, 1749-50, died __; married (1) in 1770, Sarah Cary; (2) Feb. 1774, Jane Randolph; (3) Mrs. Clark, a widow.
15. VIII. Anne 6, born Feb. 7, 1752, died __; married William Dandridge. For descendants, see Robertson's "Pocahontas and Her Descendants".


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