Hi Betty and thanks for your insights,
Is it your understanding that the Memoirs-
"Memoirs of Bolling Family and Bolling Family Descendants of Pocohontas.
Both had tons of information and I believe both had information on Randolf
and Blair lines. Very helpful." -
have been transcribed to digital format and are avail online? I'm very
interested in seeing them, as, I would expect, are most of our Poca-L list,
and the Bolling descendants. Can you suggest how we could get those Memoirs
posted on Poca-L?
On another important issue, RootsWeb is undergoing major revisions -
hopefully, most of the disruptions are behind us, altho not all are yet.
One change was the location and access to our very extensive Archives.
The Archives can now be accessed at:
I just tried them and they are fully functioning! Sometimes, the old
Archives Links still work,
which can be helpful when you are actually IN the archives and want to use
an older Link address from an older msg in the Archives, but generally,
stick w/the new, which became effective in Nov 2006:
----- Original Message -----
From: "Betty Henry" <ehenry(a)verizon.net>
Sent: Saturday, November 11, 2006 12:14 AM
Subject: Re: [POCAHONTAS] Jamestown's 400th anniversary planned
I am looking for information on Benjamin Bolling b 30 Jun1734, d 20 Jan
1832. His blood line is one that is being questioned. Blue line and Red
line. I would like to know if he belongs to (Major John Bolling, Col.
Bolling, son of Col. Robert Bolling and Jane Rolfe, dau of Thomas and
Jane.son of John Rolfe and Pocohontas).
I found two good microfilms with the LDS: Memoirs of Bolling Family and
Bolling Family Descendants of Pocohontas. Both had tons of information
I believe both had information on Randolf and Blair lines. Very helpful.
If anyone has any comments on my Benjamin, I would appreciate any