West Virginia, USA
|Death: ||May 7, 1838|
James Thomas Boling b 1773 Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia was first married to Anne Nancy Ellicock on 29 Oct 1794 Mercer County, Kentucky, she died 18 Mar 1812 Mercer County, Kentucky, he married 2nd Ester Seals Voiles on 22 Aug 1814 Washington County, Kentucky, Ester/Hester is the first wife of Benjamin Voiles
James left a will and names his step granddaughter Nancy Points. Esther is on the 1814 Washington Co., Kentucky tax list, living next to her father-in-law Thomas Voiles/Voyles These two entries are under Voils
James Thomas Boling and Anne Nancy Ellicock or Nancy Anne Ellicock (I have seen her name both ways).
United States Census, 1830
Name James Boling
Event Place Not Stated, Rush, Indiana
Page Number 281
Affiliate Publication Number M19
Affiliate Film Number 26
GS Film number 0007715
Digital Folder Number 004410614
1. John Boling b: 1794 in Mercer County, Kentucky
married Achsia Mathery
2. William C. Boling b: 17 MAR 1796 in Mercer County, Kentucky married Elizabeth Sullivan
3. James Boling b: 9 MAR 1799 in Mercer County, Kentucky
married Joyse Morrison
4. Betsey (Elizabeth) Boling b: ABT 1800 in Mercer County, Kentucky Elizabeth married Thomas Voyles, the brother of
Benjamin Voiles, Ester Seals Voiles Boling was her step-mother and sister-in-law.
5.George Boling b: 8 DEC 1802 in Mercer County, Kentucky
married Charlotte Colley
6. Benjamin Boling b: Nov. 8, 1807 in Mercer County, Kentucky married Sarah Jarrard
7.Jessie Hiram Boling b: 29 MAR 1809 in Mercer County, Kentucky Jessie married Malinda Hedrick 25 Oct 1832, Rush County, Indiana he also moved to Iowa for a while.
8. Henry Boling b:1810 Mercer County, Kentucky went to Iowa
9. Nancy Alcot Boling b: 17 JAN 1812 in Mercer County, Kentucky married Delany Sanders 07 Jul 1831 Hancock County, Kentucky
Children of James Thomas Boling and Ester Seals Voiles Boling
1. Letisha Boling b: 21 Nov 1815 in Washington County, Kentucky
2. Elijah Boling b: 20 Dec 1815 in Washington County,Kentucky
3. Hester Boling b: 8 Jul 1817 in Washington County,Kentucky
4. Melissa Boling b: 11 Sep 1821 in Washington County,Kentucky
SEž, Sec.20, T12N, R11E, 2nd P.M.
Richland Township, Rush County, Indiana
Boling, James-- Died & May 1838, Age 65 yrs.
Boling, Hester-- Died 20 Jan 1859, Age 86 yrs.
Bolling, Hester-- Daug. of James & Hester Bolling
Born 8 Jul 1817 - Died 3 Jun 1834
Boling, James H.-- Died 21 Nov 1862, Age 22 yrs, 1 mo., 24 days
Bolin, Estella-- Daug. of the Rev. A. J. and S. C. Bolin
Died 4 Nov 1882, Age 8 mos.
Boling, Infant son of G. & C. Boling, Died 30 Nov 1832
Boling, Elizabeth-- Died 24 Feb 1838, Age 10 yrs., 3 mos.
Bowling, Infant son of G. & C. Bowling Died 30 Nov 1839
Bowling, Infant Daug. of G. & C. Bowling Died 4 Feb 1838
Age 10 yrs. and 3 mos.
Bowling, William-- Died 29 Aug 1828, Age 32 yrs, 5 mos, &
Boling, George-- Born 8 Dec 1802 - Died 24 feb 1857
Boling, Charlotte, His wife-- Born 10 Dec 1802 -
Died 11 Jan 1888
James Thomas BOLING is NOT the son of Thomas BOLLIŅG and Elizabeth GAY Thomas Bolling the son of Thomas Boling the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Gay Bolling was deaf he also had two more siblings that were also deaf. Thomas Bolling son of Thomas and Elizabeth Gay Bolling, was educated in Scotland as was his brother John and and sister Mary. John Bolling died three months after arriving home from Scotland. Their father Thomas Boling opened up the first deaf school in America, Thomas Bolling, Jr. died in 1836.Virginia. Only one line of Bolings in Washington County, Indiana has been proven to come from the Pocahontas lines. Thomas, John and Mary Bolling never married.
Obituary for Thomas Boling son of Thomas Boling and Elizabeth Gay.
John, Thomas and Mary Bolling children of Thomas and Elizabeth Gay, were all deaf mutes, and were educated in Edinburgh Scotland, by Dr. Thomas Braidwood. A celebrated deaf mutes preceptor. They were sent to his care in 1775 and remained with him until the end of the Revolutionary War. Judge Robertson wrote an obituary of Thomas Bolling in the Richmond Enquirer. Thomas wrote in a peculiar graphic style and obtained an artificial faculty of speech, almost natural. His grace of manners vivacity and power of imitation, made him the wonder and admiration of strangers and the delight of his friends. He died at Gaymont, Caroline County, in the seventy sixth year of his age. His father Major Thomas Bolling, in 1812 established at "Cobbs" on the Appomattox River, the first institution for teaching deaf mutes in this country. It's first superintendent was John Braidwood, the son of Thomas Braidwood, who trained his son Thomas Bolling so successfully.
Source: Some Prominent Virginia Families. Volume 4.
John Bolling died in 1783 three months after he arrived home from Scotland. Also found out Thomas died February 1836 born in 1766.
Our James Thomas Boling parents are James Thomas BOLING and Mary OVERALL.
Anne Nancy Ellicock Boling (1778 - 1813)*
Hester Seals Voiles Boling (1773 - 1859)*
James John Boling (1799 - 1879)*
Elizabeth Boling Voyles (1800 - 1847)*
Benjamin Boling (1807 - 1837)*
Jesse Hiram Boling (1809 - 1897)*
Nancy Alcott Boling Sanders (1812 - 1891)*
Letisha Boling Cloud (1815 - 1876)*
Hester Boling (1817 - 1834)*
Melissa Boling (1821 - 1836)*
Plot: SEž, Sec.20, T12N, R11E, 2nd P.M.
Created by: Juanita Arnold
Record added: Mar 04, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18147693