[Bolling5] Joseph Bolden, Greenville SC
haztay at swbell.net
haztay at swbell.net
Tue Mar 9 12:51:43 CST 2010
I don't know for sure, but suspect it might be Joe & Valentine Bolling. I do want to point out that Brushy Creek of the Reedy is not the same as where my James Bolling was located on or near....Brushy Creek of the Saluda.
The Collins Bolling who is found in Franklin Co. Ala. I think she said was not this same Collins....but I cannot remember exactly how they are related. He is there in 1840 or 50 census. I think she told me once he was Mack Collins Bolding.
--- On Tue, 3/9/10, EPERRY4616 at aol.com <EPERRY4616 at aol.com> wrote:
From: EPERRY4616 at aol.com <EPERRY4616 at aol.com>
Subject: [Bolling5] Joseph Bolden, Greenville SC
To: BollingResearch at bolling5.com
Date: Tuesday, March 9, 2010, 10:48 AM
Yvonne sent this and it appears on A.D.'s website. Who is this Joseph Bolden???
Greenville County, South Carolina
Deed Book M, Page 228-230
LDS Film 24017
This Indenture made this twelth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Sixteen and in the fortieth year of the independence of the United States of North America between Collins Bowling of the one part and William Blakely of the other part both of the State of South Carolina and County of Greenville, witnesseth that that[sic] the said William Blakely for and in consideration of the Sum of Twenty Six dollars and twenty five cents current money of the State aforesaid to him the said William Blakely in hand paid By the Said Collins Bowling the recipt where of he doth hereby acknowledge to be fully satisfied and paid hath given granted bargained and sold and by these presents doth give grant bargain and sell un[sic] the said Collins Bowling his heirs & assigns forever all that tract or parcel of Land containing forty five acres more or less Situate lying and being in Greenville County and State aforesaid on both sides a small
branch of Brushy Creek waters of Reedy River. Boundeth to the South and East on Collins and JOSEPH BOLDEN'S Land to the west on said Blakelys land and to the So west on lands laid out not known having such shape form and marks as are represented by a plat annexed to the grant for saai Land which was granted to said Blakely the fifth day of February eighteen hundred and ten.
Together with all and Singular the premises Hereditaments & appurtenances; whatsoever thereunto beloning or in any wise appertaining and the reversion & reversions, remainder & remainders, Pints(?), issues, & profits, thereof & of Every parts & parcels thereof; To have and to hold the said Tract of parcel of forty five acres more or less and all and singular the premises above mentioned and with their and every of their appurtenances unto the said Collins Bolden his heirs Exors admrs & assigns forever free & clear of any kind of Incumbrances whatsoever & the said William Blakely doth hereby for himself his heirs Exrs admrs and assigns forever warrant & defend the above decribed premises from all and every other person or persons whatsoever laying any claim or title there unto. In witness whereof the said William Blakely and Esther his wife hath hereunto set their hands and affixed their Seales the day and year first above written.
Wm Blakely (seal)
Signed Sealed and delivered in presents of
William L. Bolding
Personally appeared John Crawford before me the Subscriber and made oath that he saw William Blakely sign the within deed to Collins Bolding for the use and purposes therein mentioned and that William L Bowling was a subscribing Witness with himself to the same. Sworn to this 29 Oct 1822. before me.
J. H. Goodlett
c.c.p. & J.Q.} John Crawford
Recorded for the 29 day October 1822.
Collin Bolding is found in the 1830 census of McMinn County, TN, page 195.
1830 Census, McNinn County, TN, Image 129
1 male 5 to10
1 male 10 to15
1 male 15 to 20
3 males 20 to 30
1 male 50 to 60
1 female 15 to 20
1 female 40 to 50
The 50-60 male and female are Collin and wife. My John M. is already married and in Alabama with children. These numbers represent anyone that may be in the house at the time the census-taker was calling. Therefore, some could be grandchildren, in-laws, or unmarried children.
1840 Census Polk County, Tennessee, page 12 (Polk County, Tennessee formed from McMinn County, Tennessee)
1 male under 5
1 male 5-10
1 male 15-20
2 males 20-30
1 male 60-70
1 female under 5
1 female 15-20
2 female 30-40
The male 60-70 is Collin Bowling. His wife is not there so she has died since 1830. The other males and females shown are probably grandchildren and a daughter or daughter-in-law who is looking after him. Collin is not shown on the census after this. He probably died between 1840 and 1850.
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