Rulers of Jerusalem- Boulogne Family (Bolling Family).

I cannot recall the original source of this information, but I have attached all that I had in hopes that interested parties can research further on this subject matter. The Bolling/ Bowling and various spellings have thought to have had their surname changed many times. The original spelling is thought to have been Boulogne, De …

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Getting Started in Genealogy Research

Getting starting in genealogy research is a very exciting "journey" that you will take in getting to know your family from years past! When I research, I am "getting to know my family members" that I did not have the opportunity to know in years past. To me, it is way more than just looking …

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Excellant Websites for Your Research

Here are a few of my favorite websites that I have used during my research. Clay County Genealogical Society https://www.facebook.com/groups/CLAYKY/   Kentucky Old Cooking Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/142791985898412/378086039035671   Technology for Genealogy https://www.facebook.com/groups/techgen/748413731917932/   The Mayflower Societies https://www.themayflowersociety.org/about-the-pilgrims20/pilgrim-family-societies   Francis Cooke Society (PilCumgrim) http://www.franciscookesociety.org/   Pilgrim Hall Museum http://www.pilgrimhallmuseum.org/index.html   Orleans Indiana Facebook Group- If you …

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Sixteenth Generation Stiths

SIXTEENTH GENERATION.    (Article copied as it was written, may contain some grammatical errors.)         COL. JOHN STITH, of Charles City Co., the first of the name in Virginia, was granted 500 acres of land in 1663. He revolted with Bacon in 1676, and was High Sheriff of his county in 1691. He had issue:I, WILLIAM STITH, of Charles …

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Robert Bolling and Jane Rothe

Robert Bolling and Jane Rolfe( Please note, story is written with some grammatical errors to keep the authenticity of the article.)Robert Bolling (b. 1646) of All Hollows, Barkin Parish, London, arrived in Virginia in 1660 or 1661 at the age of 14.27 Although details are sketchy, Bolling apparently prospered through trade and land speculation. In …

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Cousins, and more cousins….

Researching the Bowling's is turning out to be very interesting. Benjamin Bolling had several children. One of his sons James Bolling Bowling married Sarah "Sally" Blevins whose son Christopher was the father to Catherine "Kettie" Bowling. Kettie Bowling married Jason Walker Bowling, who was the son of Jesse Boyd Bowling whose grandfather Rev. Jessie Bowling …

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Bowlings of Southeast Kentucky including Clay, Jackson, Breathitt and surrounding areas.

We are descendants of the early Bollings/ Bowlings (along with misc. spellings) of Virginia and Kentucky.Benjamin Bolling was born June 30, 1734 and died January 10,1832 in Flat Gap, Wise County, Virginia. He married Patty Phelps on June 20,1753 in Albermarle County, Virginia. Patty was born in 1736 in Albermarle County. Patty died on March …

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