Here are some previous posts to the Bowles List that may connect to Thomas
Bowles of Orange Co. who served in Rev. War from NC:
>Posted 12/17/98 By John Fox:
>Below is the Bowles names inventoried from the Stoney Creek
Church in AlamanceCounty, North Carolina:
H-6 Bowles, James T. Oct.9,1894; Nov. 11,1961
P-17 Bowles, James W. Born Sept. 15, 1860; Died Aug. 31, 1886
P-20 Bowles, John A. Born June 15, 1856; Died Sept. 4, 1878
H-8 Bowles, Katie Brannock. (Wife of P. Y. Bowles) Feb. 5, 1869;
Feb 1, 1920
Q-12 Bowles, Mary. Born June 17, 1827; and departed this life Dec. 15,
Age 64y 5m and 28d
H-7 Bowles, Pickard Y. June 13, 1858; Aug 15, 1917. Age 59y 2m
P-21 Bowles, Robert P. Born Sept, 15, 1860; Died Sept. 29, 1886
P-14 Bowles, Thomas/ (In Memory of Thomas Bowles) who was born July 24th
A. D. 1762. Departed this Life Jan'y 22nd, 1847
P-13 Bowles, Thomas (In Memory of THoas Bowles) who was born Aug 19, 1799.
Deceas. August 28, 1829.
P-18 Bowles, Thomas. Born Feb. 15, 1826; Died Feb 22, 1897
P-19 Bowles, Susan Y. (Wife of Thomas Bowles) Born Dec. 11, 1824; Died
Mar 21, 1865.
>Posted 12/28/97. Forwarded to list by Linne Gravestock:
b. abt 1792, Orange County, NC
d. bef? 1860, Weakley County, TN
m. to James Baldridge
Anna and James are my 4th great grandparent. I have data on James, but Anna
is a mystery. Is any of this familiar? I would appreciate any help you
might be able to offer.
The Thomas buried in Alamance who died Jan 22, 1847 is very probably Thomas
Bowles who served in Rev. War from Orange Co. Anna Bowls who m. James
Baldridge may be his daughter Anne whose birth date is given in pension file
as June 7, 1799.
Hope this helps some people link up to this Orange Co. NC family.