[Bolling5] Amis and Bowling/Bolling Connection
mmoffitt at austin.rr.com
Tue Dec 21 00:50:55 EST 2010
I noticed your reference to William and Christopher "at Thomas Amis' store in Rogersville."
I thought you all might be interested in seeing this Bowling/Amis link :
Also, from: http://www.genealogy.com/users/s/o/u/Mary-E-South/BOOK-0001/0006-0005.html
22. John AMIS, born April 05, 1773 in Duplin Co., NC142; died August 05, 1807 in Manchester, Clay Co., KY143. He was the son of 44.Thomas AMIS and 45. Mary Alice GALE. He married 23. Catherine "Katy" BOLLING 1794 in Hawkins, Hawkins Co., TN.
23. Catherine "Katy" BOLLING, born May 20, 1777 in Hawkin Co., TN144; died Abt. 1850 in Clay Co., KY. She was the daughter of 46.James BOLLING and 47. Sarah "Sally" BLEVINS.
Children of John AMIS and Catherine BOLLING are:
11 i. Lucinda AMIS, born January 19, 1805 in Redbird, Knox/Lincoln Co., KY; died March 20, 1876 in Owsley Co., KY; marriedJohn "Mucker Jack" Hammons BAKER April 21, 1825 in Clay Co., KY.
ii. Thomas Bolling AMIS, born December 06, 1796 in Rodgersville, Hawkins Co., TN145; died August 23, 1833 in Clay Co., KY146; married Mary " Polly" ASHER March 19, 1825 in Clay Co., KY; born 1808147; died in Y.
iii. Lincoln AMIS, born 1798 in Goose Creek, Clay Co., KY; died in Y; married Anne NICHOLSON June 02, 1810 in Clay Co., KY.
iv. Alice Gale AMIS, born December 15, 1800 in Goose Creek, Clay Co., KY148; died 1877149; married Thomas AMIS; born Abt. 1795 in TN150; died in Y.
v. Wilburn AMIS, born December 03, 1802 in Goose Creek, Clay Co., KY151; died July 13, 1874 in Clinton, Vermillion Co., IN151; married (1) Francis Ann DAVIS in TN; born August 04, 1804 in Hawkin Co., TN151; died November 05, 1840 in Clinton, Vermillion Co., IN151; married (2) Elizabeth SOUTHARD 1840.
vi. William AMIS, born 1803 in Redbird, Lincoln Co. KY; died in Y.
vii. Leathie AMIS, born 1807 in Perry Co., KY; died August 14, 1855 in Perry Co., KY; married James OLIVER; born 1809 in NC; died in Y.
viii. Bolin AMIS, born March 15, 1808; died Bef. 1810 in Clay Co., KY152
It looks like the Thomas Amis of the Rogersville (Hawkins Co., TN) store is likely the same as the above father of John Amis who married Catherine Bolling in 1794.
On Dec 20, 2010, at 2:44 PM, eperry4616 at aol.com wrote:
> Joyce --
> I'm not sure about the Woodson connection, but they intermarried with the Hughes. Here's John Bullington in Henrico/Goochland with the Hughes. As you all remember the earliest James Bowling of Goochland/Cumberland was somehow connected to these Hughes and to Christopher Clark who loaned him a considerable amounts of money.
> "Colonial Wills of Henrico County, Virginia Part Two 1737-1781 with Addenda (revised)," Abstracted and Compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger, III
> Court 7 January 1722
> Will of Charles Hudlesey presented by Susanna Hudlesey, his executrix and proved by oath of Elizabeth Bibe and solemn affirmation of Stephen Hughes, a Quaker, two of the witnesses; John Gun and Robert Hughes, security. Roger Carol, Fran's Eppison, Thomas Biby and Peter Baise to appraise estate.
> On petition of Robert Hughes (George, son of Ralph Briggs, dec'd, relinquishing his right thereto) he is granted administration of said Ralph Brig's estate; Stephen Hughes and John Webb, security, Robert Carter, John Bullington, Jacob Michaux and Thos. Edwards to appraise the estate.
> On another note, I'm surprised that Ann Bowling born July 1749 [married William] had children as late as 1796. Could Nancy Bowling who married Francis Woods be her grandaughter instead? By elimination, wouldn't this William bca 1740 have to the William listed with Christopher on the 1767 tax list in Pittsylvania since James bca 1756 was there with Christopher in Lee Co.., VA 1801-1803 and quite likely the same William who was with Christopher at Thomas Amis' store in Rogersville?
> For Carol, the Roberts who connect to Phillip Roberts and Jesse Roberts came from Roberts Cove [wherever that is] and the DNA matches. Perhaps we can find William Bowling lurking around these Roberts earlier.
> Your thoughts, please.
> Ernie, isn't there a Bullington married into the Woodson family somewhere? Seems like there is some controversy about it and and the Archer family involved someway?
> --Joyce P.--
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