|Death: ||Jul. 17, 1709|
Prince George County
Born about 1660, in Charles Cittie Shire (sic), Colonial Virginia, the daughter of English immigrants, Major John and Jane (Mosby, Gregory, Parsons) Stith Sr.; a family of much notoriety and wealth in the flourishing James River tobacco plantations of seventeenth century Virginia.
At the age of twenty one, Anne met and married the elder English gentryman, Colonel Robert Bolling, Sr. and made her home at the opulent Kippax Plantation. Over looking the south bank of the Appomattox River, this plantation house was not unlike the royal estates of England. It was in these old mansions a generation lived in lordly manner, and entertained with lavish hospitality.
It was here, at Kippax Plantation, that Anne and the Colonel raised their nine children; Jane Bolling (b. 1682), Robert Bolling Jr. (1682–1749), married Anne Mary Cocke; (Robert was the grandfather of Beverley Randolph, the eighth Governor of Virginia); Stith Bolling (1686–1727), married Elizabeth Hartwell; Edward Bolling (1687–1720), married Ms. Slaughter; Anne Bolling (1690–1750), married Robert Wynne; Drury Bolling (1695–1726), married Elizabeth Meriwether (NOTE: it is the daughter of Drury and Eliz. that is [the only] Ann Meriwether); Thomas Bolling (1697–1734); Agnes Bolling (1700–1762), married Richard Kennon; Mary "Molly" Bolling (b. 1702), married Andrew Baker.
Her death came at an early age and in 1709, only 49 years of age, Anne was buried at her beloved Kippax Plantation, the final resting place of many Bolling and Rolfe descendants.
The foregoing biographical information is a compilation of historical data as found in various writings of the era and not one particular source. § By C. Hileman
John Stith (1631 - 1693)
Jane Mosby Stith (1624 - 1686)
Robert Bolling (1646 - 1709)
Robert Bolling (1682 - 1747)*
Stith Bolling (1686 - 1727)*
Edward Bolling (1687 - ____)*
Elizabeth Anne Bolling (1690 - ____)*
Drury Bolling (1696 - 1726)*
Agnes Bolling Kennon (1700 - ____)*
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