[Bolling5] Joseph Bolden, Greenville SC
Doris A.W. Oakes
dawoakes at att.net
Tue Mar 9 14:45:35 CST 2010
9 March 2010
Ernie - Hazael - Guess my comments are my two cents worth!
I see here that Collins is the s/o John/Rebecca, and as this shows the
difference enough in ages that my John Tarpley and Hazael's James could
not be s/o John/Rebecca. That being said, just who this Joseph is a
toss up. What age would we judge him to be, at least 21 purchasing
Collins s/o John/Rebecca
John M s/o Collins
Mark Collins s/o John M
Is Yvonne's family line.
The William L signing the indenture is s/o Obediah - William Langley.
This time frame is too late to be Jos/Val. Jos/Val are in TN before
Who is the John Boldin found in Laurens Co SC for 1810 p.55 im 65 of 76?
I don't know that we have truly identified all the John's in Greenville
Co. SC 1810. I've studied the various "B" listings for the first years
of censuses and can't say that I have identified them all. But I do
believe once we start nailing the identity of these listings we will get
closer to the truth of our families.
EPERRY4616 at aol.com wrote:
> Yvonne sent this and it appears on A.D.'s website. Who is this Joseph
> 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
> John Crawford
> South Carolina
> Greenville District}
> 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
> 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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