Ancestry Daily News lets folks peruse a "database of the day" for
free. Today's database is Northern Kentucky Marriages, 1795 to 1850.
When I went there to have a look, I found:
Nancy Boles m. Jospeh Acklin
Fulton Boles m. Caroline Wilson
Nancy Bowles m. Robert Clark
Jane Bowles m. John C. Newton
James Bowles was the bondholder to two of these marriages.
To examine these more closely, go to:
For our newcomers, we now have 32 ways that have been proven to be
one of our Boles/Bowles ancestors, as written by a scribe who was sounding
out the surname:
Bales, Baus, Bawles, Boal, Boales, Boas, Boase, Boaz, Boel, Bohles, Bolds,
Bole, Boles, Bolles, Bolls, Booles, Booll, Boueels, Bouhl, Boules, Bouls,
Bow, Bowels, Bowle, Bowlds, Bowles, Bowls, Bowlus, Bows, Boyl, Boyle, Boyll
If anyone wants to run all those spellings through Ancestry, go